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I enjoy listening to people and caring for them. I want them to be comfortable and as happy as they can be for the situation. I want to give them the attention, care and dignity they deserve. Spending time listening and sharing conversations - while also doing my job of making sure they are eating, drinking, exercising. Etc. I never thought about being a caregiver - it just happened and I am glad it did because I enjoy it. I work to increase their state of mind (happy, smile and laugh)- I know this time of their life is tough and I want to help them find some enjoyment and comfort to embrace each day.
I am a very patient, caring, nurturing person. I am also very honest, dependable, and a fast learning hard worker. I am pretty flexible just need 24 to 48 hours notice usually. I have my own car and I speak English and am currently learning sign language. I am also a certified medical assistant with a CPR certification. I also have some experience with ALS and Alzheimer's.
I became a caregiver because I love helping anyone in need. I have approximately 20 years experience working with almost every medical diagnosis you can imagine. I do this because my clients love being in my company. I reassure the clients by my experience they are in great hands. I always put smiles on my clients faces also I believe in giving gifts to brighten the day. I love being a caregiver because I know I make a difference in the clients lives. I pride myself on making each one of my clients happy with my service. I am a very dependable, on time and go above and beyond, structured, and professional but fun caretaker who loves what I do. Please allow me to make life easier for you. I look forward to assisting.
I became a CNA/HHA at age 17.I have always wanted to work in the medical field to help others.I have worked in several facilities as a caregiver working my way to become a med.tech,supervisor and cottage manager.I have worked for a number of families as well.Most recently, i cared for my mother for a period of 5 years+, untill her death at age 95 on 11/11/15. I am looking forward to going back to work to care for and love someone who needs assistance.
I have worked as a CNA for over 9 years and as an HHA for over 5 years. I enjoy what I do. My goal is to become a nurse and being a CNA and a Caregiver is a good first step. Whenever I work with my clients, my aim is to find creative ways to encourage them to do something more than they have done before. Though working with various clients has its ups and downs, it is especially exciting for me to see someone get better while in my care. Even a little progress is better than no progress at all.
My professional experience with different employers has provided me with a strong expertise in: * Personal care assistance; bathing, dressing and grooming - ADL * Meal preparation and eating assistance * Companionship and discussion * Medication management * Light housekeeping * General help to elderly and disabled * Running household tasks * Engaging clients in activates such as games, books reading, and light exercise I enjoy working with the clients of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds and have a demonstrated ability to develop great relationship with them and their families. Moreover, I am trustworthy and responsible person who take great pleasure in all kinds of caregiving tasks. Besides, I am dedicated to work hard and always accept challenges to produce winning outcomes. Over and above, I am an active team player who is able to work effectively with family members.
What made me become a care giver was when I was younger I used to be a candy striper I did that for several years and once I got older I started working as a nurse's aide Once I started helping and caring for people I realize that this is what I love to do And that I was put on this Earth to Care for people
I am a very caring and compassionate caregiver who provides quality care while insuring everyone is in a safe environment. I became a caregiver in 1995 when I went to work for an elderly woman who had hip replacement surgery. It was to be a six week job. However, it lasted six years. I very much enjoyed all aspects of my experience with her and I felt that her keeping me on all those years until she passed was a great achievement.
1) I love the Lord he comes first in my life. I strongly believe in loving your neighbors like you love yourself. That's how I live my life. I'm Loving and I care about people just like they're my own family. 2)No matter what you going through. I will make you feel good and have you laughing. 3) I became a caregiver so I can make a difference in people's life. 4) Touching people's hearts Wherever I go. Loving and helping people is my passion it's what I was born to do. 🌷💖😀