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Being able to empathize allows me to put myself in patient shoes, and identify and ease the patients fears and discomfort. Having passion for what I do allows me to be the best caregiver that I can possibly be. I love my job. I genuinely care for my patients and people who are in need. I'm constantly looking for ways to improve my job performance ultimately, to make the lives of each patient the best it can possibly be. Having traits such as honesty and trustworthiness are are indispensable qualities everyone should have. Especially when in the homes of others. There will be many hurdles along the way when caring for different patients. Having patience's and being flexible will allow me plenty of opportunities in the field of nursing.
Hi, I'm Ashley , and love working with elders.. it is my passion , and it all started when I was asked to help care for my grandma with Parkinson's , I worked with her for 4 years full time and she encouraged me to do nursing school, but between having 2 kids , ages 9 and 6 nursing school is not in the cards , I am very outgoing , and love to listen. I am caring and patient. I love doing the CNA side of the work , I also got my certification for phelbotomy and medication aide.
I'm 55 years old always loved to help elderly people I Hav done private caregiver for 10 years my first resident was a 90 years old male that had Parkinson's me and him got along well I walked with him for 3 years.my most recently resident was 91 when I first started working with him he had dementia he was in a retirement home he loved to play bingo and loved to go out to eat we went out and did something every day I worked with him until September 11,2018 he passed I really enjoy helping elderly people I feels it's a gift from god
I am very caring and outgoing. I will go above and beyond my job duties. I cared for my grandma at a very you age, and develop a passion for health care. I love being able to make a difference, and put a smile on some ones face. I very proud to have graduated from nursing school this summer.