Find a Caregiver
11 caregivers with Arthritis experience found near Dougherty County
Showing 1-11 of 11 caregivers found
When you can identify that the person has these common traits you will know that your loved one is in pretty good hands.Caring for someone who needs it Being Needed, Feeling Accomplished , Finding personal strength and increasing confidence. It can be tricky to pick out a real personal or professional achievement when most of your life has been spent in education. Yet everyone has had some kind of accomplishment in their life that they're proud of.
My name is Dreanna. I am currently in school for nursing. This is my second semester. I have been a cna for 6 years and a phlebotomy tech for 2. All together I've been in the healthcare setting for 10 years. I'm 26. I work part time for New Beginnings Health and Career Training Center. I love being able to help people. My focus after nursing school will be rehabilitation. I love to see the progress. I'm a very bubbly person and I think my type of attitude is conducive to wellness as a whole. A positive attitude and a reassuring personality and also a smiling face.
I have been a caregiver for over four years with family, another four years with kids of my own and nieces and nephews. Furthermore, I have been an caregiver in the health care facility for two years. I have a humorous personality, but not more then an loving, giving, and caring heart for others. My passion for caregiving started when I was in middle school picking out my future job career, which is becoming a pediatric nurse. It has always been my set passion career goal and I am still pursuing and working towards its completion. Being able to care for others helps me and others in life of becoming a better person and realizing how to enjoy life while we can. A personal achievement that I am proud of is that I have been in college for 5 years on and off but still have not given up on completing my goal of becoming an RN/Pediatric Nurse.
The reason I decided to become a CNA is because I enjoy helping others. It started with me taking care of my grandmother and mom. Once they past I decided I can help others and bring some joy into their lives. I have worked with the elderly, youth, and middle age from Alzheimer to the mental disabled. Helping others bring a sense of joy to me and makes my life complete.
I love what I do. That one my blessing that god give me to take care of people. I make a difference in their life. I have gave a lot of my patient hope and other made the rest of there life joyful or comfortable. I love to see a smile on my patient face. That let me know I done a good job at the end of the day.