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I make a great care giver because I enjoy what I do and I put my heart into caring for others. I've done this kind of work most of my life. I treat others as I would want to be treated, with kindness, patience and love. I have achieved my CNA license and I have been employee of the month twice where I am currently working at.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
What makes me a great caregiver is that i go above and beyond to make sure the client is satisfied.I been doing this kind of work for over ten plus years and i love what i do my heart is all in that's why i love doing it.I'm a heartfelt person with a kind heart
Skills & Certifications: Home Health Aide (HHA)
I'm a very outgoing energetic person. I have to have fun as well as get the job done. I love being around and getting to interact with others. I've always been the type of person to want to help others ever since my uncle and grandpa had cancer. I just want to see and make people happy.
I have over 12 years of working experience directly helping people. Throughout my career I have always been empathetic to a person needs. I am currently enrolled to obtain my masters in social work and take care of my elderly mother. I am very caring and enjoy helping others. I have volunteered to help others in need throughout my life and it brings a good fulfilling purpose in my life. I have good manners and respect for all ages. Caring for others is something I enjoy in life. Don Spillman
I am a caring and compassionate person. I am patient and kind. I grew up volunteering at the nursing home my mother worked at. I enjoyed getting to know people and hearing their histories. Taking care of my grandmother with Alzheimer's disease taught me patience and sparked an interest in how the mind works. It is vital to know that clients are people trying to have the best quality of life possible. It is a privilege to be the person helping someone to maintain their dignity. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver would be the ability to make the person I take care of feel as independent and happy as possible. To help someone maintain as much function as possible or even improve their daily functioning is an uplifting experience. A personal achievement that I am proud of would be when working with hospice patients, I was able to make their transition comfortable and peaceful. To me, to take care of someone at the end of their life is the greatest privilege of all.
Well I'll start by saying I've been doing what I do since I was a child. My grandparents were my favorite place to be so as they got older I began to care for them in ways a CNA does like checking blood pressure and blood sugar glucose levels medication reminders and distribution to them. Me seeing how much I helped them and they enjoyed it and as much as many may say they don't I enjoy it too. They life lessons and stories you can and will hear and learn from older people is amazing so when I graduated from high school I later further my education and now have a full on passion for my job and wants to broaden my horizons because of a recent move and just looking for a better job in a closer spot
I am a college graduate from Southeastern Louisiana University. I have 3 years of healthcare experience and will eventually go back to school to become an Occupational Therapist. I am looking to find work that will allow me to have a flexible schedule while also allowing me to assist those in my community. I look forward to working with you and your family, you're in good hands !
I am very patient, understanding, caring, loving, and outgoing. I love being able to help and take care of other when they need it the most. I love the connections you get to make as a caregiver with your clients and getting to know them on a personal level so that I can better help them with their everyday tasks