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I became a caregiver because it's always been my nature to take care of people, I like to see the smiles on the face when they see me coming because it make me feel good that I'm able to do something for someone. I have the patience and the heart it takes for taking care of people.I'm moving to Charlotte nc. And looking for work there
I've been a Registered Nurse since 2013. I have worked many areas including; OB, women's health, orthopedics, oncology, medical/surgical, wound care, IV management, medication management, all activities of daily living (feeding, bathing, toileting, dressing, etc) physician scheduling and management. I have been a travel nurse for the last year and I've handled and experienced a lot of really amazing medical works. Being an RN limits my time with my patients. I want a more personal relationship with the people I care for. Before looking at wages, look at skill set: that can be the difference between life and death for your loved one.
Hi my Name is Anita. I have 2 daughters and 5 grandchildren that are my world. I spend all my free time with them. I have been providing in home assistance since my retirement at Kmart 2 years ago. I currently help a lady who has Parkinson's. I love to hike, cook and spend time outdoors. I also love to help people.
I am Christian woman. I am 45 years old. I enjoy being able to help make someone have a better quality of life. I have compassion for people who can no longer take care of things they used to.I became a caregiver because I believe that I am able to help a person who is in need of a loving and caring person who helps with anything they need. It brings me satisfaction to help people and take care of their basic needs.
I've always been interested in providing Care for those who are not able to either of a disease disibility or age. I love and care for others exactly the way not only myself but my loved ones too. I have learned a lot in the dying experience it has never been the same exact way but one thing I know for certain that has remained the same that is and will be the care love understanding and a great deal of time love respect and deginty that I've always given to all of my clients/family and friends
It takes someone who is caring and compassionate as well as knowledgeable and professional to be a successful caregiver. Help manage patient schedules and ensure all doctor's appointments are kept. Perform light housekeeping duties and meal preparation. Administer medications following doctor's instructions. Help patients complete prescribed therapy and exercise routines. Remove safety hazards and report issues to management and/or family.
I'm an experience female caregiver with lots of love, caring and compassion. I am reliable, punctual and available 24/7. I'm also CPR certified with nursing background and excellent references. I'm pet friendly, smoke friendly and specialize on patients with Dementia/Alzheimer's. I do house chores, meals, errands, doctor's appts, have knowledge of medications, bathing, oral care and whatever your needs would be. Personal care is different for every individual, so please let me know how I can help you. Willing to work on different cities or states.
I am 20 years old. I graduated from Gate City High School in 2014. I attended Scott County Technical School and took a course to become a CNA. I passed the class but never got my certification for CNA. I am CPR certified. I have a passion for taking care of people! I love being outdoors, crafting, and cooking.
I am currently enrolled to be an LPN by August. I was a hard working and compassionate cna for 4 years. I've missed being in the field while roofing, and ready to get reincorporated until graduation. There are many benefits about caregiving, but the best is the feelings you give yourself helping someone who may never be able to return the favor. My biggest achievement in a long time will be finishing this LPN program and changing and sustaining my life for the better.
I enjoy being a caregiver because I enjoy helping people and helping them to try to achieve their goals. I have patience,a loving and caring heart but also sometimes you got to have the will to try to motivate a patient to do more than they think they are able to do. I enjoy most about being a caregiver is I can just be myself and care for my patient. My personal achievement I am most proud of is raising my daughter after a terrible divorce and working two jobs while in nursing school and graduating before my mother passed with cancer.Praise God
Hey! My name is Makayla. I am 24 and currently reside in Kingsport, TN. I have been a caregiver for about a year. But I had been volunteering at my local nursing home and helping the CNA's for about 4 years. I wanted to become a caregiver since I was a teenager. Ive always loves taking care of people. The main reason I became a caregiver is because I saw the difference it made in my grandfathers life when he had dementia. The caregivers who came into our homes made a huge difference and were such a blessing. Which I hope is how families feel when I am taking care of thier loved ones. I personally think I make a great caregiver because I am a very loving, empathetic, sympathetic, caring and trust worthy. I treat my clients how I would want my family treated if the roles were reversed.