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Hello my name is Maxine. I have been in the helping field for over 10 years. I love working with seniors also clients with intellectual disabilities. I also enjoy serving homeless and mentoring youths. My mother was diagnosis with Dementia/ Alzheimer's in 2014. Comfortable with small children. Please feel free to contact me if needed. I do have references. Thank you for your hiring considerations. Sincerely, Maxine
What makes me a great caregiver? I love people and just knowing am able to give back to my elders is amazing. I am a caregiver to everyone my own children, others children, elders and people on the street by feeding them and just assisting them where its needed , giving words of encouragement. Around the community people call me mama/ mama nay-nay or grandma. I feel God put me on this earth to care for others besides myself. I have always put others needs before my own. I will go without just so someone else is able to be okay. Am humble, funny, lovable and caring. Am very proud of all my accomplishments but most of all Receiving my Masters in Human Services was one I was most proud of. Loving others is what I do best.
What I think makes me a good caregiver is that i am loyal, patient, compassionate to whom i work with becasuse I know people that need the help have it hard. So to have a trustworthy hand to help with ever day need is why i feel this was made for me. I became a caregiver because of my sister whom have been in a group home all her life an also because of my grandmother whom passed in 2010. What I like about being a caregiver is the people you met an the life lessons you learn while doing you work.
I always make my client my #1 priority & show Empathy & Compassion Patience Reliable Trustworthy Flexible Humble respectful Nurturing. At a young age I naturally had an urge to help others seeing them happy I enjoy working taking care of people. I like doing work that has potential to make a difference in someone's life I like doing a variety of task in a day making someone smile & doing little things to make an persons day.I like being physical in the job & using my body & brain. I'm willing to learn new skills and continuing my education . Personal Achievement I am proud of are the fact that I am fulfilling my goals & aims. Staying humble despite my 12 years of adoption & also that I focus more on my top priorities rather than other things. & also adjusting & mingle, instead of feeling sad that no one is including me.
I became a caregiver as a young child. Helping my cousin, Brian, who had Downs Syndrome, overcome fears and succeed made me deeply happy. I worked my way through college as a live-in caregiver, and relived the joy I had as a young girl helping Brian love life. If I had to give one reason that sets me apart as a caregiver, it is this -- love making others feel safe, content, happy, and challenged. By that, I mean motivated to overcome problems and feel hopeful once again. Overall, I have been caregiving for 15+ years (except for the 20 years I taught school), and I give God the credit for placing the love and compassion in my heart for those who are suffering. When I help others, then I am happy.
I have 4 beautiful children whom I take care of everyday with not one complaint. I love being a mom and caring for them so I decided being a caregiver was a great job for me. I have worked in this field for over 10yrs Private pay and through companies and I have managed to still be in love with what I do.
I chose to become a Certified Nursing Assistant because I enjoy working in the healthcare field and I enjoy working with older adults. I wanted to be in a career that allows me to treat someone's loved one as my own. I know that with my great personality and friendly smile, I will be the best care giver that a person could ask for.
I became a Caregiver because I hope to be a nurse in the future. I thought becoming a Caregiver was also a good fit for me, is something I can do well, and is a great way for me to help others live well. I have been a Caregiver for over 4 years now in multiple settings and am proud of that. In my time being a Caregiver thus far, I most like the fact that it is so rewarding and that I truly can make a difference in the lives of the people I care for. Not only am I touching their lives, but they touch mine as well, as cliche as it sounds it is 100% true, and that is what I truly love about being a Caregiver. I am an honest, trustworthy, and caring person who strives to do her best and serve others to the best of my ability with strong values of integrity and respect. A core belief I have and incorporate into my life is to always treat others as I would want to be treated, which is how I approach caring for patients I come across as well. I believe every person is deserving of the best possible care and I enjoy being a person to assist in that. I am very passionate about this and intend to continue to make my life and career of it.
I am a very reliable, dependable and professional caregiver . I have been a CNA since 1991 and have many certificates which make my job more of a variety . I have an up to date CNA, I am also CPR certified . I have worked with a variety of population of people from just assisted care to diabetics to Alzheimer's . I have done pretty much experience with all areas. I love what I do and I am a very compassionate person , with lots of patience and love to work