I have been in home health for the last 26 years, I take my work very serious ive worked with many types of people with just about any type of disability , Alzheimer's, dementia, paraplegic, brain injury , bed bound, I've done live in the past 10 years, my main goal is to give the patient the best quality of life they deserve. To redirect from being sad to happy, to interact with them , take the. Out into the community, or even for a nice walk outside, or a park. I always stay up to date on all my i services pertaining to my job.
I'm very passionate about my working with people. From all walks of life...
I am a 36 year old female , I have been a CNA from 2005 , I relocated from Connecticut in September 2017 . I am a very reliable ,caring and honest person ... I take pride in my job ,I will always be professional and on time , and very dependable . Clients are to be treated like family members because you are personally caring for them .I have superb references and a very clean background .I am willing to start ASAP . I have reliable transportation .
Assist clients with personal care, including dressing, mobility, administering medication, personal hygiene, eating and transporting to doctor's appointments
Monitor patient medications and update health charts
Maintain open communication between families and health care professionals regarding client's medical and emotional condition
Document and report any changes in client's health status
Ensure highest client safety and well-being A great caregiver is someone who is kind, compassionate, and loving by nature. A generous, sensitive spirit can't be taught only given by the Creator Himself. Caregiving found me. The elderly, children, and animals bring joy to my heart. If I can bring a little peace and comfort into the life of another person I feel I've done what the Master called me to do.
My career as a caregiver began by working in a nursing home facility over a year ago. I worked with respiratory patients, wound care patients, dementia patients, HIV patients, hospice patients, Alzheimer patients, and handicapped patients who had all of their faculties but because of missing limbs were unable to stay at home. I learned to give very basic to advanced care. While the level of care changed the one thing that remained constant was the need for a kind word.
I was often asked to go into a room and communicate with a difficult patient because there was something about my calm voice and gentle nature that turned every tide into smooth sailing.
I left the facility because it was heartbreaking. It should have been a place where every worker enjoyed working there. Instead finding someone who enjoyed their work was a rarity. I believe private duty will be much more fulfilling.