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Empathy - Great caregivers are able to cultivate closer bonds by sharing in the happiness or the sadness of the senior they care for. Patient - Caregivers understand that slowing down is a process of aging. A great caregiver allows the elderly to move at their own pace and not make them feel rushed. Dependable & Honest - Caregivers work with a great deal of independence. A great caregiver must be counted on to be where he or she is required to be on time and prepared as well as to perform required duties in the absence of continuous supervision Compassionate - Great caregivers possess a powerful desire to help others, especially seniors. They are inviting and available even if all they do is listen and provide companionship.
I try my best to make sure my patients are 100% happy and healthy. What attracted me to caregiving was that my grandmother was diagnosed with copd and I took care of her. I was really disgusted at the way her home health nurse treated her, and from that I decided that I would become a CNA. I don't want anyone being neglected or abused like my grandmother was. What I enjoy most about caregiving is seeing my patients smile. A personal achievement of mine that I am proud of was getting my CNA license.
I always wanted to be a caregiver. Taking care of people has always been a major thing in my life! My mother and grandmother took care of people since I was small. I grew up seeing new people. Seeing the smile on their face is priceless. Some have no family and I just want to be that caregiver where I want to treat them like their family. It doesn't matter about your race,color,none of that. I enjoy listening to their stories and I enjoy making them feel good and making them smile.
Family is everything, and one of the most important aspects in life. I believe as we age, we need just a little help to make our life just a little bit easier. Getting to live at home with a caregiver as you age is one thing I wish everyone was able to do. While caring for someone, you begin to form a bond with that person, and that is something you can only get from being a caretaker. I love helping people and would love the opportunity to help you and your family. In the past, I have spent some time in nursing homes and helped elderly. I am able to help with daily living activities (cooking, tidying up, driving, etc.) and am certified in CPR and first-aid, but I hope to never have to use these skills.