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I was raised around seniors all my life visiting nursing homes my mom worked at and volunteering. After closing my personal care business I wanted to do work to make a difference. I became a caregiver and can truly say I love what I do. My clients are like family to me and it gives me great joy to help them with all of their needs. I go above and beyond at all times providing support, kindness and excellent care. In addition to my work as a caregiver I often volunteer at my mothers senior community helping her neighbors with whatever they may need. I consider them family and love to give back to the community.
I raised three beautiful kids who have done very well and who I love very deeply I am also very proud grandma, I think being there for people with disabilities or taking care of children is such a rewarding experience that I love, I honestly feel that is a gift of mine to be compassionate and loving towards children and less fortunate people with disabilities and I truly love working with both, it honestly makes me feel fulfilled and I know when I walk through that door I like to see that smile on their face when they see me I have great reference and I always say Do What You Love
Passionate about quality and caring home care for those in need and desiring to remain in familiar surroundings during their golden years. I currently care for two patients. One with physical and neurological disorders and the other a post surgical care patient. These positions will be ending soon. My start date with a new client is flexible. I am an avid amateur chef. My interests include first and foremost family, then genealogy, history, reading, writing short stories, journaling, gardening and non-political current events. I cared for my mother in home during the last six of her 94 years. She suffered with dementia, diabetes (insulin dependent), arthritis, incontinence and mobility issues. She wanted to spend her last days in her own home for which I am very thankful I was able to be instrumental in granting her wish. I have spent 30+ years, off and on, in the health care industry in positions of nurse aide and home health care aide. I value life and respect end of life wishes. I hope that as I age that I will be have the respect, care, empathy and loving commitment to my care as I provide to my patients.
I am a hard-working, attentive, compassionate, and conscientious caregiver, and have found helping seniors to be very rewarding. I was privileged to work for a family for the past 8+ years, providing care and support to my employer's wife as she battled Alzheimer's Disease. I provided supervision and companionship, assisted with all ADL's and as the disease advanced, provided end of life care when she became bedridden. It was a very slow, sad journey for her (and her family and caregivers), but I consider myself blessed to have been a part of her caregiving team!
I have been a nurse for 10 years. I am currently working in an administrative position within a doctor's office. I love my job but I miss being a "hands-on" nurse. I began my career as a nurse aid in an assisted living facility and I immediately knew that I had found my calling. I have a true passion for helping others. Providing hands-on assistance is rewarding, but getting to know my clients and work to improve their situation or outlook is what I strive to do. Whether it's through preparing meals, cleaning house, assisting with bathing and grooming, running errands, or just spending time bonding with my client I strive to make my visit something that they look forward to. Those that know me say that I have a servant's heart. I spend my time at my full time job looking for ways to improve care. I spend my time off with my family or volunteering/ fundraising for nonprofits. I pride myself on my love for others and treat everyone as if they are my family.
I care for others as if they are my own family. My way of thinking is treat them as I'd want someone caring for my grandparent/parent to be treated. I became a caregiver after watching my grandfather being cared for. I love being a caregiver. Since childhood I wanted to be a nurse but since becoming an stna I prefer the one on one vs just giving them their medication. I completed my two year medical assistant degree.
I'm not Just a Caregiver it is my Passion and Calling I Love Ppl and will do whatever it takes to make sure they have the proper care. I believe in going beyond the call of Duty to make sure the clients and families are Satisfied, I started when I was 12 yrs old taking care of my neighbor that had surgery, she had know family and I would go everyday after school to make sure she was ok. I always found myself reaching out to help someone I Love children I had a baby that was left in my store and I adopted him. He was 6 mos old and Now 30 a very find Young Man, I have raised many of children..
My passion has always been for the care of elderly. I have worked in Doctor's offices and Homehealth care.. I have found that my heart remains in Homehealth care taking care of your loved ones always treating them like they are my very own loved ones. The joy I get out of seeing a smile on my clients is priceless. I live my life to ensure my clients have the best of care and are happy.
I have worked in heath care for 25 years, in many different aspects of care. I also have worked for FDA testing food products to assure safety, but always find myself back in heath care because I truly believe this is just what I was suppose to do with my life, I have a brother I take care of who I love with all my heart, I have taken care of high profile people and regular people like myself and I care for everybody the same, love and companion, I have three grandbabies that are as I tell them my sun shines, I believe everyone should be treated with kindness and dignity, often it's said stay detached for myself I find this hard because their family becomes your family and the client becomes your friend and also a part of your family. I just know I'm right where I need to be. Thank you.
I BECAME A CAREGIVER, TO BRING LOVE AND SMILE TO OTHERS. I AM PROUD OF WHAT I DO AND I LOVE WHAT I DO. I LOVE SEEING THE JOY THAT COMES WITH GIVEN GOOD EXCELLENT CARE. I CARED FOR MY DAD WHO WAS SICK FOR FOUR YEARS BEFORE HIS PASSING, AND IT GIVES ME GREAT JOY, TO SHARE THE SAME COMPASSION WITH SOMEONE ELSE.