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Helping others was always a big part of my life at a very early age. Being able to help seniors was a gift inside of me. I just wanted to help them so their life could be easier. Working as a caregiver, I enjoyed hearing all their stories and the wisdom they have. Helping them accomplish their goals was rewarding. Being able to connect with people & help others is what life is all about. I have worked with seniors twenty-five years. I have had my CNA certificate since 1994. Most of my experience have been working as a nurse tech. in the homes of my patients. The job duties are: Meal prep.& feeding, Personal care, Exercise program with patient, Toilet assistance, Med assistance, Dr. visits, Transfer & walking assistance, Daily vitals, Light housekeeping, Worked with patients with dementia, stroke, diabetes, wound care, blood pressure, cancer recovery, broken bones. I have enjoyed working with children with special needs. A little boy with down syndrome had a feeding tube, severe heart condition, seizers. I was there over three years in McKinney Texas.
I am a loving wife and mother. I depend on God for my needs and they are met daily abundantly and even more! Thanks to God almighty! I deliver compassionate and loving Care to my clients. I figure I not only work to get paid but to please my lord! Please hire me so I can prove all this. God bless! ???? Enslie!
I have 21 years of caregiving experience. I had worked in skilled nursing facilities, currently working at a university teaching hospital and home health agency. In the hospital I work on different units such as mental health, rehabilitation, ICU and med surge units. I have certified nurses assistant and respiratory therapy certificates. It gives me joy when I have the opportunity to help care for a person who is in need of care. Cecilia
I am honest, hardworking, and have a heart for taking care of people. I have been with the same lady since 2003 and she has become family. She passed away this month. I plan on finishing nursing school as soon as my kids are all in school. I feel like my calling is to take care of people.
I am a humble proud woman who is constantly in need of something to do or someway to help those around me in my community. I found a calling in Care giving because it gives me an immense feeling that can only be described as true happiness and, I can only hope that in the future some one else will do the same for me.
I took care of my grandmother and my mother in law . when my family wanted to put my granny in a nursing home i moved in with her to make sure she had the proper care,the same applied with my motherin law which she cancer . i found joy and love in what i did and i would do the same for other. fixing meals three times a day ,snack, and making sure they had their bath and meds on time. later on after their passing my mom had two strokes and i took care of her and made sure she had her meds and making sure she had around the clock care
When I retired from the United States Navy I got my first caregiving job with an Assisted Living community. There I was given the opportunity to help with the memory care residents. I received my dementia training and realized my calling was to be of service to the elderly. I am a very dedicated and reliable caregiver. Nothing is more important to me than providing professional care to families who need a little assistance with their loved one.
I have been a caregiver 5+ years and enjoy what I do. I love interacting with geriatrics, they brighten my day as well as I brighten theirs. I'm a compassionate person who always seems to put others before myself. I became a caregiver because I enjoy making a impact on others lives for their well being. I grew up mostly helping my grandparents after school and weekends do daily activities. I'm currently working on my nursing degree to better myself and making a better living for my family of 8. I'm proud I got back in school, now the gold is shortly awaiting at the end of the rainbow. Thank God.
Patience when it comes to my clients understanding their particular needs and the needs of the family being prompt scheduling time management Thinking Out of the Box not every client is a cookie-cutter situation clients and family needs first and foremost being a liaison between some family members and doctors all around Healthcare being a private caregiver as its own Rewards
I am a compassionate and empathetic nursing assistance who has excellent communication and problem-solving skills. I started my career as a caregiver in nursing home and rehabilitation center where I polished my personal care skills my profession and also have eight years of experience. I am passionate about providing individuals with exceptional healthcare services. I feel that nursing assistance profession suits me the best. Right from my childhood have being wanted to take care of people, especially those that are seriously ill. So working as a care giver is one of my great achievement because I followed my dream.
Kind, caring, reliable, go above and beyond the clients needs, families loves me for the way I love and give great care to their love one. I am an excellent cook. I do not smoke, I love pets, I have a reliable car. I have 14 years caregiving experience, worked with traumatic brain injuries, Alzimers, multiple sclerosis, dementia, hospice, was trained by RN, worked alongside physical therapist, one client who was wheelchair bound, I helped her to walk and use walker, I am very proud of myself for doing line of work I choose, I am extremely good at what I do