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I am a highly qualified senior caregiver looking to assist and care for you and/or your loved ones. Memory care, Alzheimer's/Dementia, is an area most handled but I also offer companionship, light housekeeping, managing and medication reminders, incontinence care, feeding, bathing and grooming assistance plus a whole lot more. I am familiar with in home, skilled nursing, memory, assisted and independent living cares. I became a caregiver because I love helping people. I was raised to respect and cherish the sick and elderly at all times. I wanted and studied to be a doctor, but sometimes life gets in the way of our goals so care giving is my way of still helping in the healthcare field. I like seeing relief and satisfaction on client's faces when they are clean, their home is clean, they have a great meal and great company in their presence regularly. A personal achievement I am proud of is graduating high school with honors and making my parents proud. I attended business school, college and a university. Please take the time to contact me for all of your and/or your loved ones needs.
Hello I consider myself a great caregiver because I'm passionate about the needs and responsibility in caring for others. My ability as a strong caregiver goes beyond the call of duty as a dependable and trustworthy person that always thinks about how can I go further into improving myself educationally into what I need to become a better me in the healthcare field. Even though I am greatly experienced in healthcare, I know that I always have potential for growth. I am knowledgeable, punctual, and attentive to detail in whatever I do. I am a fast thinker and I am good at being a team player as well as a single player to every aspect of my job.
I was 13 years old when i was my god mothers care giver i took care of her for 2 to 3 years i was her only nurse i get to clean her area, feed, bath organize her daily pills take her to her doctors appointments communicate with her every time , take her to do her shopping , she passed away do to her medical terms and from that time i never want to stop doing what i was doing because i was blessed with what i was doing , till now i still wanna go on with the blessing i have is to help out with patients, Nothing more that i love to do than to do what I'm doing right now is to be a care giver i enjoy doing this because i love being around with old age cause they are sweet and what i only need from them is blessing . Thank You
What makes me a great caregiver is that I am able to relate to the needs of my clients base on individuality. I am very compassionate towards my clients. I try my very best to understand their needs and find a solution to it. I became a caregiver not only to help people who are at a disadvantage but rather because I care about people and enjoy being a part of their lives. For many years I've lived away from my father, but the moment I received a phone call that he had a stroke I dropped everything and went to care for him until he recovered. That alone shows how caring and concern I am about people who are unable to care for themselves. What I like about being a caregiver is the fact that I am able to bring a smile on the faces of my clients no matter what moods they are in for that particular day. I go to an extended mile to make sure that their needs are met and that they are taken good care of and happy. One personal achievement I am proud of is being able to graduate college. Both my parents are illiterate and for me to be the first out of four siblings to go to college and graduate was a very good accomplishment for me. And with what I have learned and experience I will continue to strive in what I love the most; that is helping people.
I would be a great caregiver for your family I'm very passionate loving and patient. With that being said I have worked in many assisted livings/memory's and as well in my clients own private homes. I love what I do! Nothing is better then me walking in and my client happy with a big smile on there face to see me knowing I'm there to take care of them! I have a lot of experience from, transferring, bathing/changing,feeding, feeding tubes, meal prep, cleaning, errands, medication and much more. Please let me know of what I can assist you with!!!
I think what makes me a care giver is ,if good gives me a long life I am going to meed help ,and I will like for someone to treat me whit the same TLC rhat i try to give to each person that was unther my care. I became a CNA to make a difrence is someone's life rhere sre so msny things whe take for granted if whe are healthy. My biggest acomplisment ,I went back to the facility were I was a supervisor a couple of days ago , I never expected the welcoming the resident's gave me,i never realized what a difrence I made in each one of our clients and residents thst were not our clients.
I am a very compassionate , patient, reliable, empathetic person. I feel empathy for my clients , I believe in treating people the way you love to be treated. I also love to put a smile on my patients faces. I also give support to my clients and family when they need it. I am open to learn things as long as it is within the scope of my job and my license permits it am good to go.
I enjoy working with people and am at my peek of contentment when I can make a nice difference in their life. I am a compassionate, honest, and qualified woman who has, by choice, spent a fulfilling lifetime in servanthood positions with both geriatrics and children. I look for the positive in every situation and my eager enthusiasm comes across as joyfulness. I have cared for and have received training in a variety of geriatric special needs. I have worked in the field since 2010, for agencies, as well as private individuals. When looking for someone to care for yourself or your loved one seek integrity, kindness and skill. If you find those qualities in someone who is eager and willing to give their time and energy be wise, and don't loose her over a few dollars.
What makes you great caregiver? Being loving,caring and able to help the people that needs your love and support. Why did you become a caregiver? I became a caregiver because my mother was sick pretty much my whole so when I got old enough to decide what career I wanted I choose CNA and because of my choices I was able to help take care of her before she pasted away. I two good years with her making sure she was good and comfortable with themselves and giving them the love and care they need. What do you like about being a caregiver? What I like about being a caregiver is knowing that I am able to help and show the love and support they need to get by. What is a personal achievement you are proud of? My most personal achievement that I am proud of is setting a goal to be a caregiver and knowing the knowledge to help someone and making them smile everyday is a job well done for me.
I'm caring and compassionate, I have a huge heart and honestly enjoy helping others. Which is why being a caregiver isn't just about receiving a pay check to me. To me its about making a difference in someone's life, although it may be a small difference. My main goal as a caregiver is to assist you (the family) in keeping your loved one in their home and happy as long as I can, to be there when you can't and bring you peace of mind knowing your loved one is being cared for. I love that I get to know the people I take care of, hearing the stories, being the person they look forward to seeing each day. Like I said, yes its my job, but its a job I'm very passionate about and take pride in.
I am a loving and caring individual that loves to help others. The fact that my brother is a handicap and I grew up helping him as much as I could gave me that passion and motivation to care for others. The satisfaction that it gives me been able to care for those that are sick and be their helping hand, and see how much they appreciate what I do for them. The fact that I have been able to be a caregiver for 24 years working in hospitals is one of my greatest accomplishments.
I have always loved taking care of elderly and disabled people. I live and breath it and it is where my heart is. my direct number is two five four three six eight three six two seven. I am a 40-year-old female that has had over 13 years experience. I have had live-ins as well as me going to their homes. I have rehabilitated ones that suffered from strokes. I am willing to travel 60 miles to the home if needed. I am very loving, detailed, patient and kind. I am looking for full time work. I hope I get to take care of your loved one! I am available Monday through Friday any hours u can can call me at 254-368-3627