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Hello thanks for viewing my profile my name is Sajhresa Hill. I became a C.N.A. because I have a passion for caring for people I love making a difference in my clients life. When I see improvements in their daily activities I know that I have achieved my goal in providing the best care that I can provide. I treat my clients as I would want to be treated. I take my job ever serious I am reliable, caring, honest, respectful, and understanding, I have good communication skills and always go above and beyond what is required of me. Thanks for taking the time to review my profile and I look forward to hearing from you soon.
I became a caregiver to share my heartfelt support and lend that helping hand that my clients may need. I have been in the health care field for over 20 years I started when i was 18 yrs. old so it's definitely in my DNA! What I love about caregiving is the feeling i get knowing I have put a smile on a face and lent a helping hand. It just warms my heart to know that I have been instrumental in a persons day to day care and healthcare needs. A proud moment for me was when I walked across the stage to accept my CNA license and my Medical Assistant license. It was at those moments that i knew i can now pursue what I love to do and do it professionally! I'm a very outgoing person who loves God and Life and Family. Being honest, reliable and patient is what i stand on. I love to read books , take long walks and go fishing. I attend church on Sundays and I love to talk and share knowledge. Health and wellness is also a passion of mine and anything Organic! I love being outdoors traveling, museums and just learning anything new! I'm here to serve and help others all while doing it with a smile..
I have been involved in healthcare for over forty years. I believe everyone should be treated with respect and dignity and TLC. I am patient, compassionate, and cheerful and outgoing. I have worked along side hospice nurses and know how important it is to work with the families as well. My philosophy is that my clients, as well as their families, are treated as loved members of my family. I have been blessed by all that I have worked with and they have inspired me as well. I advocate for my clients and their families so that they can seek the best solutions and get help for any issues they are having. We all need to have someone in our corner. At the end of the day, I am humbled and grateful for everything in my life.
1.I enjoy working with the senior before I went private,that how i became a caregiver. what I like being a caregiver is when I see that my patient is so please with my job. my beingcaregiver,and doing the extra miles that I put on the client or patient. that put a smile on thier faces. I'm quiet,hard working, love to cook, bake, dressing up my patient and making them look pretty fixing up thier hair,and enjoy gardening.
A health care professional with previous nursing license overseas. Currently trained as a CNA, Medical Assistant with many years of experience. I have been privileged to work with diverse patients/clients with Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Diabetic, Postsurgical patients and many more. , helping them to live a more independent life with dignity while assisting them with all activities of daily living.
I am a mobile caregiver in the Austin & Forth Worth Area...I'm a very caring,loving person..I started getting more involved as a caregiver for 20 yrs. When my mother was in a nursing home and she wasn't properly taken care of with her daily living which included her grooming,bathing ,toileting which she needed help with since she had several strokes that parylize her whole left side. I look into nursing became a C.N.A. In 2003 work with hospice 2 years and then started private care in homes to take care of families elderly parents until they passed away..I love and have the passion of others feelings and well being..I have sense of humors that always put smiles and laughter on people's faces..I love my work ,I love when families appreciate me caring and helping their love ones with their daily needs.I love cleaning their homes,play any games they love to do,I love listening to their stories .It makes me feel good about myself knowing I can make a positive difference in other lives. I am from Pflugerville area..& i work in Dallas area s. I am willing to travel/relocate .I have been a mobile caregiver for the past year.
I am a caring, loyal, reliable, patient, positive & trustworthy person. I love & enjoy care-giving, spending time serving & helping --working with families to care for their loved ones. I have had many experiences with my own family members dating back to 1994 as well, so I can completely understand & relate to what other families are going through. Those experiences & my long & extensive years working with many other families over time is what makes me an excellent caregiver. I have excellent work / personal references available immediately upon request.
I love making people smile, I enjoy doing things for people to enrich a persons life. I take pride and give great attention to detail (I'm a retired photographer so attention to detail was extremely important). I don't want a desk job, I want to be physical in my job using my mind and body.
I love to help others and the elderly community, Love to learn from each one and their experiences they have lived thru their lifes. I have met very interesting people at my job, learned a lot from them. I am very down to earth and humble person, I was raised by my grandparents so i learned a lot from them as a kid, love to cook and walks in the park with my dogs. I have two dogs and a bird
In 1981, when I was a five-year-old child, my mother became gravely sick with an illness her doctors could not diagnose. She often spent four to five months at a time in the hospital, recover enough to come home, but would fall ill again and again with no explanations. This went on for approximately seven years. During the time my mom was home my two sisters, brother, and I did everything we could to make her comfortable that we were capable of doing as children. Yet, seeing my mom in pain and so much discomfort instilled within me a tremendous sense of empathy and compassion. Despite the short periods of time she spent at home between hospitalizations, I developed a deep sense of appreciation for my mother because I missed her terribly. Thankfully, she finally came home and the relief was immense. My grandmother lived with us for 15 years due to her deteriorating health as a result of diabetes, cataracts, loss of hearing, and the loss of the ability to clothe and prepare her own food. I helped to dress her in the morning, attend to her left foot which she almost lost to gangrene. But we managed to heal it and she only lost her left big toe. She was still able to walk albeit with a walking chair. I loved to bake so I would make special desserts for her which she was allowed small portions. It was a great activity for us to bond together. She could watch me make it and give me tips. In college, I became a Caregiver for a quadriplegic man. Although, I didn't have experience caring for a paralyzed man, Michael told me he would explain what he needed on the job. My morning shift started at 7AM and I bathed his nude body, medicated his bedsores, emptied his catheter, performed physical therapy, and fed him his breakfast. If he had chores to complete during my shift, I'd dress him then move him from his bed to his wheelchair and into in his van. Once we finished his chores, I would put him back in his bed, remove his clothing, and clean his apartment.
As a caregiver is important to meet the need of all my clients. To make sure they are comfortable and receiving the instructions giving to me they also need (TLC) Tender Loving Care you need to overlook at them as your own family members. This is important to make them feel very comfortable with me it makes it much easier for me to work with them so as a caregiver my job is in my heart, not my money my money is in my bills, not my clients. I have over 17 years in the medical field I work with three major hospital work in ICU, ER, OUT PATIENT, MED/SURG CANCER HOME CARE, HOSPICES AND ETC. Thank you, Yvette Campbell
After being a recipient of outstanding caregiving services for a terminally ill relative, I, myself developed a an interest in providing home healthcare services as a career. As a result, I became Certified as a Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide in 1996. Over the years, I have met many wonderful clients and developed an extensive skill-set providing all levels of care, bathing, dressing, meals, medication reminders/monitoring, shopping and transportation. I am also skilled in acute bedside care, including palliative / hospice care. I have gained additional training working in several hospitals in the Austin area, but ultimately returned to my passion, which is providing outstanding care in the a person's own home, thereby relieving the stress families feel when looking for competent care of their loved ones. I truly believe that care provided in the home can note only promote a much better quality of but can actually extend their life, compared to care provided in an institutionalized setting. I remain strongly committed to that mission, and believe I can be a great asset to your family.
I just retired from the military on 31 October 2015 after 29.5 years of service. During my time of service I had many elderly family members that died and I was unable to be there for them due to my service obligations. Now that I'm retired....I want to give someone the care that I was unable to give to my family. I have much love, care, listening and talking skills to give alone with whatever else that's needed for the person that I'm providing care for. I am willing to go for walks with the client, cook for them, take them grocery shopping, help them with whatever else they need help with except cleaning poop. I will treat the person that I'm caring for the way I want to be treated when I am in the need of assistance. Before I joined the military in 1986, I worked in a Nursing Home for 6 months.