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Hello, Im Christina, I am a great caregiver because I am compassionate and have a very good amount of patience. I understand what most people are going through and have the ability to be very sympathetic towards each individual and their own unique situation. Everyone needs a little assistance every now and then and helping others in something I take pride in. I treat my clients with much respect and make sure they are happy and comfortable. It makes me feel better about myself knowing that I can help make someone's life a little easier and put a smile on their face.
Hey I'm Jazymne I am a very loving and kind person. I move at my patient pace but I still get everything done on a timely manner. I honesty just like helping others and I feel like home health care is the best way to do so. What attracted me to wanting to become a caregiver was how I took care of my nephew who is severely speech delayed he taught me how to love differently and gain patience. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is just the feeling of you helping someone else to the best of your ability, knowing they greatly appreciate you. My personal achievement was buying myself a new car.
I am 31 years old and have been a CNA since 2010. I also starting doing home care on top of nursing home care and absolutely love it. I love making people smile and helping them with daily task they need assistance with to make their day go a lot easier and happier. I look at my clients as family. I treat them as i would want my family memeber to be treated.
I am a caring trustworthy hard working 44 years young single mother of one. I've been a caregiver since April 2016. I feel in love with helping the elderly when both my grandparents got ill and I became theirmain caregiver. I enjoy the stories of each individual life, and it gives me a piece of my grandparents back. I am proud very proud of the person I've become. I once was a high school drop out. I not only completed my GED I also graduated in 2014 with a associates degree in HR while pregnant with my first and only child at 39 years old.
I was introduced to care giving at a young age. My mother was a CNA and worked in a skilled care facility. She helped me get a job in the kitchen and when i seen how much she ment to the people she cared for i wanted to do the same. I worked in the health care field for over 20 yrs. I have experience working in group homes for the mentality ill to skilled facilities. At the present time i am a Senior aide where i make sure my patients are cared for to the best.
I am a very caring person. I enjoy the smiles on the faces of whom every i care for it bring joy to my life . I am very patient and respectful to all needs. My goal is to one day become a nurse. I graduated froma very respected school which taught me to have self discipline and control and to also have integrity at all times. I hold these pillars very valuable in my own personal life.
I will listen to my PT and try my best to comply to thier request. I have The passion to advocate for people who can't advocate for themselves. I love the fact that I can give a person without a voice a voice and make sure thier well taken care of. Helping a artistic person reach out and fill comfortable with the surroundings and able to communicate with others.
Hi there! My name is Gabrielle, and I have over a year of full time work with elderly in-home care. I am a highly energetic and motivated 22-year-old who loves to bring companionship to all of my clients. I enjoy conversations and motivating patients. I am proud of my passion for learning and for continuing my education into my master's degree.
I have been a Registered Nurse for over 30 years, working in both the acute care hospital and long term care facilities. I've always enjoyed getting to know patients and their family members from varied cultures and have learned that our senior population is to be treasured for their life experiences and wisdom. I feel very strongly that it is important to keep our seniors in their private homes as long as possible so as to maximize their independence, overall health and satisfaction with their life.
In 2017 I won the NYS Association of Health Care Providers Award for dedication, dependability, and exceptional job performance in recognition of November 2017 as National Home Care Month. I strongly believe in home care as an effective tool to enable clients to remain in their homes and enjoy a degree of independence and quality of life rather than entering a facility. I am a warm, compassionate, non-smoking nurse who cares for the whole person - physically, socially, emotionally .