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I am a great caregiver that cares about people because I have deep compassion for others. I have been helping people since I was 17 yrs. old, not knowing I would be doing this for the last 27 yrs. I enjoy helping people, and knowing that I have made a difference in someone life.Helping people feels my heart with joy.
I am a very diligent and compassionate caregiver. I am extremely dependable and trustworthy. I have taken care of many families in the two years that I have officially worked as a caregiver, however, I like to say I have been a care giver for most of my life. I took care of my grandmother who suffered from Alzheimers for eight years. Taking care of her helped me realize the importance of companionship, respect, compassion and patience to not only my patients but to everyone. These are the traits and values I use everyday to help the people I care for have a great quality of life. I have worked with many different patients ranging from patients who need full assistance to patients who need minimal assistance. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is the connection and the rapport I make with the patients and families I work with.
Kind, competent CNA. I received my CNA certification in Wisconsin in 1995. I take great pride in the level of care that I provide to my clients. I have been employed with a home care agency for the the last 6 years. I have extensive experience working with various types of clients, including, but not limited to, Alzheimer's and Dementia, MS, ALS, and spinal cord injuries. I have worked with both the EZ stand and Hoyer lifts, and place a great emphasis on safe transfers. I am easy to get along with and enjoy a good relationship with all my clients. I am trustworthy and reliable. References available upon request.
I am easy-going, reliable, ask questions when needed and have worked in the field since 1999. I have worked for Community Living Alliance since 1999. I worked for Catholic Charities for a number of years too. I have done sleepovers and awake work. I have also worked with clients with developmental disabilities too.
i am a 37 year old woman with 2 children in the age range of 12 and 17. i became a caregiver because of the fact i love helping people when they are in need. i like being able to just help. my grandmother has Alzheimer since 2002 she moved here with us when it got to much for her to be by herself in Chicago and i have been caring for her since i got to get alot of certificates in alot of different diseases
I love being given a chance to help people on a daily basis is so rewarding. Showing a person that you have their back, and they can put trust in you to do all the correct things. God want us to love, and help one another. I became a CNA to give more training so I can help others better. Scene changes in a person by helping a person on a daily basis that couldn't do it on their own it's rewarding by seeing how happy they are.
Hello! My name is Erica, I'm 23 years old and I'm currently attending nursing school. I have worked as a CNA for the past 3 years, but due to my conflicting school schedule hours, I had to leave that position. I am now looking for a side job that will hopefully work with my school schedule. I have a wide range of experiences due to working in a hospital, taking care of disabled family members, as well as experiences gained while attending nursing school.
Hello! My name is Julia, and I am 19 years old. I love my job as a caregiver, and here are so reasons why you should consider me as a care taker. I am very hard working and dedicated to my job! I have a very soft, out going personality. I am very understanding, and am very good at listening to the needs of those I am caring for. I have a high level or patience, and a really big heart! I take my job as a care giver seriously. I hope to help a family in need of assistance, as the later parts of life are not easy. I can provide emotional support to those I will care for as well as families. Please consider me as a caregiver, I will not let you down!