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I am a great caregiver/provider because I have compassion and patience for what I do. I love helping everyone out the best way I can. I am a team player and very social. I have been a Caregiver for the past 4 years and a Medication Technician for 2 years. I am also CPR certified. I just finished school for Medical Assisting and plan on going back to school for Practical Nursing. I came into this field because I felt like this was my calling. Helping others combined with the amazing world of healthcare/medicine.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
I have been a cna since my ninth grade in highschool I am 35 now I love taking care of people an being there helping hand maybe even just the joy of someone trusting me an knowing they don't have to worry because I'm there to help them with everything I love that feeling.I also know how it feels to love or lose a dear loved one I lost my mom to cancer when she was only 54 god has put me on this path to use me an I love every min of it I plan to go back to school for my rn license as well but I'm am always willing an able to help one of gods children in need of a helping hand may god bless you an your dear mother. Thank you
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
Hi, my name is Kayla. I'm 24. I'm married with a beautiful little girl who is 11months old. I recently moved to North Carolina from Pennsylvania so my husband could teach. I used to work for Caritas Christi at their mother house taking care of the retired Sisters. I loved working there and caring for the sisters. They were near and dear to my heart and I had a really great relationship with them but I quit to move and start a family. I am a kind, caring, nurturing, patient, fun, loving, motivated hard working person. I feel as though my calling in life is to take care of people because that's what I'm best at. I care for people as if they are my own family.
I started working with the elderly when I was 17 years old. My first job was working in the retirement home I've also worked in nursing homes, group homes with special needs and with couples and individuals in their home and with Hospice. I've worked with companies and doing private duty throughout my years working in this field. I love my job and love doing what I do best and that's helping someone get though their days and I can put a smile on their face and they know that there in good hands and their safe at all times.
What makes me a great caregiver is the fact that I don't consider it just a job but a chance to become part of your family. Treating your loved one as if they were my loved one. Everyone deserves to have the up most care as they enter their last days on this earth until they get their eternal home. I truly believe it is a honor to be able to care for the elderly.
I became a caregiver to help patients feel comfortable in there own home and not go to a nurse home. And I love what i do. What i like about being a caregiver is I like to interact as a member. My achievement is to provide personal care and safety requirements by seeing my patients cared for while in my care. About my self i am a loving and caring person.
Skills & Certifications: Nursing Assistant Registered (NAR)
I love helping people and making it my main goal to making sure that my patient/resident is comfortable and have things they need and want. I like to make people happy and laugh the ability to help people I have learned so much from my previous job that I want to continue helping those in need
I am a compassionate person with a diverse a history of working in public and private sectors. I enjoy working one on one with people and I also bring along my experience in education, social work and patient care. I am knowledgeable in: * Vital Signs and ADLs * HIPPA Compliance * Patient and Environmental Safety * Psychology * Documentation * Patient Care & Observation * Coordinating Appointment Schedules These skills are all very important but from my own personal experience I think even though qualifications can look great on paper and on applications it's more important to actually meet the person and get a sense of who they are.
I actually became a caregiver September 2007 when I had my first son but I found joy in taking care of the elderly the year of 2011. In my opinion babies and the elderly have a lot in common and needs special attention at time. Its wasn't until my son fell sick that I knew that's what I wanted to do which is help the people who can no longer help themselves.I enjoy working with the elderly they're very easy to get attached to though and actually becomes just like family. I thought one time about changing my field but I'm now currently taking the medication aide class and I'm proud of that because at night when I lay in bed I'm happy to know that I was able to help someone and be a part of their life.