I love making a different in the lives of others.after taking care of my grand mother i developed the ability to care for people in need.When I came to the state in 1985 this was the job I acquired and I have being doing it ever since.I had worked in the nursing home setting,,hospital, and private homes. I have a positive impact on my client I smile a lot I like to communicate with my client, listen to them ,I am patients and I encourage my in making decisions if the can and to involve them in there care taking.i give ADL care, good hygiene,,cooked, do laundry, serve there meal but if client needs assistance with feeding I will do it. I do client shopping, take client out for recreation, make drs' appointment and take them to there appointment, medications remainder,or administered medications, reports any concerns to family member who is POA.It rewarding when you see your client condition is improving.Care giver job is rewording when you bond with your client and the built trust in you. Ive found at a very young age my calling in life, to make the best positive impact on the most possible people. Being of service to others, enhancing their lives and giving peace of mind to my patients and their families is an amazing reward. I care for my patients as I would for my own family and I believe my work shows it. I am a very patient, reliable, compassionate and caring person with a great sense of humor. Love to see my patients grow, overcome personal obstacles and achieve their highest potential. I have a background in psychology, child development and geriatrics. I have ten years of experience caring for special needs, elderly and disabled people. Ive worked in assisted living facilities, nursing homes and private care. Have experience with everything ranging from running errands and providing companionship to assisting stroke and fallen patients with recovery. Having a psychology background has allowed me to provide extensive care to patients diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer's, autism and Parkinson's, speech and motor delay. I have plenty of references. Please dont hesitate to ask for more information. I am an honest, reliable, respectable nursing student trying to use my certified nursing assistant skills to improve the lives of those around me. A person's quality of life is important to improve or maintain, as this serves as the basis for their mental health. I strive to provide proper care and provide emotional support to each and every individual that I encounter. I am familiar with the nursing environment as I was a C.N.A. for over a year on the Palliative/Renal/Oncology unit at Meritus Medical Center. I have knowledge and experience with caring for those with Parkinsons, ALS, Alzheimers/dementia, depression, substance use disorders, mobility limitations and paralysis, post-surgical needs, disorders of varying systems, and much more. Not only do I have knowledge and experience from being a C.N.A., I am also a junior in the Shepherd University Nursing program. I will graduate in May 2020 with my B.S.N. Although I cannot complete the actions of a nurse without the supervision of my instructor, I have the knowledge base to improve patient care further and to ensure tasks are being completed properly. Home health is my ultimate goal upon graduating nursing school so I know that I will do a phenomenal job caring for your individual. I truly enjoy the connection and satisfaction that comes with caring for those who need it. The money that is received is just a bonus to the job. Let me help reduce your caregiver strain today, I promise that you will not be disappointed.
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