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I have worked as a in home caregiver for four years. I'm experienced in helping with the elderly as well as those with disabilities. I'm experienced in all areas, from medication, housework, laundry, food prep, bathing, transferring, exercise, Reading and most important... Communication. I would treat your loved one, as I would my own.
Hello my name is Evelyn Perez, I have been a Certified Nursing Assistant since 2007 and been loving what I do ever since! My passion in life is to help others in need and make a difference in their life by helping them with a meal prep to listing to their stories. I would love to make a difference in your life one day at a time.
I love being a caregiver. it is you learn something new everday. I like to have my clients do fun things if possible. expressing feelings and laughing. I have great references and still friends with family members of previous clients. safety is the biggest issue for caring for a senior.
A little about myself. I was a stay at home mom until my kids entered into middle school. I got into caregiving because growing up my parents worked as caregivers for the Developmental Disabled. When I turned 18 I got into that same line of work. I love being a caregiver. I enjoy all the different life stories personalities and I love to help others. I know I get paid to do a job but honestly I love what I do and I am in it for the help and care I can give to another person. At the end of the day I feel so much satisfaction knowing I have a job that matters that I can bring some joy love hope to someone who may not have that other wise.
13 years experience in the healthcare field, specializing in neurological care with neonates to seniors. Worked at Kennedy K. Institute for 6 years as a Neurodiagnostic Technologist where I worked one on one with patients with, Autism ( level 1-3), Down Syndrome, Stoke, Sleep Apnea, ADHD, etc. Worked at GBMC Hospital caring and running studies on newborns to seniors. Providing support, care, understanding for not just the patient but family as well. I have experience with patients diagnosed with the following: dementia, Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, epilepsy, sleep disorders, TBI ( traumatic brain injury), Alzheimer's, Cerebral Palsy, memory problems, Falls, Autism, ADHD, Down Syndrome, Stroke, arthritis, diabetes, depression, and other conditions. I'm prepared to provide the highest quality of care and the kind of care we would want for our own parents, spouse or grandparents. All services customizable to your personal need.
My name is Dayton I am 18 years old, i have two kids i take care for have a beautiful fiance. And know how to take care of elderly. My great grandma was taken care of by me since i was 14 years old and she had alzheimers I changed her diaper and gave her medication on time everytime i know personally how it feels to take care of elderly and its very important to me. I lost my grandma a year ago and i just want to continue on helping the elder and learn from them as well
Hello, I am kind and loving individual who loves caring for others. It's my life's work! Some people hike, I care for people. With 13 years of working as a certified Nursing Assistant I've work in several different setting. My most recent being hospice care. I am open minded and hard working.
I am currently training to become a registered nurse within the US and I am looking for a job that can compliment this. I have worked in the medical field since 2005 and have worked my way through various roles to ensure I can provide the best care to my patients. During the course of my employment I have completed various courses that have increased my awareness of varying medical conditions, the effects on the human body and the current clinical practice for treatment. My drive to learn also led me working at a GP surgery working alongside competent nurse and general practitioners dealing with minor injuries or illnesses, including long standing health conditions. From the development and expansion of new and existing skills I still desired to learn and develop further which led me to my most recent employment as an urgent care practitioner, within the emergency and urgent care departments. The skills I have developed since starting are highly transferable to the field of medicine as my pre- existing knowledge in ambulatory, emergency and general medical care has allowed me to encounter a wide diversity of people from various ethnic origins, often in heightened emotional states. These encounters have helped me to develop a calm, professional approach to most situations and allowed a logical and analytical thought process to be used in decision making which should prove invaluable when delivering patient care. I have also developed fantastic organisational and time- management skills evident through my ability to complete degree whilst working full- time and providing a loving, stable environment for my son. Essentially, I have gained a realistic appreciation to the challenges, both physical and emotional, involved in working in the medical sector. I believe these experiences have given me the motivation and commitment required to enable me to succeed in the ever evolving world of medicine.
I became a caregiver 10 years ago when I saw the lack of care my great-grandmother was receiving at a nursing home. I set off and became a certified nursing assistant, certified caregiver and first aid along with CPR training. We brought my great-grandmother home and I took care of her for several months before she passed away. I know first hand how hard it is to care for a family member and how important it is for the caregiver of the family to take some time to themselves. I have worked in many different settings over the years, for a company, in a nursing home, hospice care, and privately. I have also worked with a wide range of different levels of care over the years. I am comfortable in most situations, bathing,brief changes, feeding, cooking, dressing, filling weekly pill reminders, transportation, companionship, casual outings to keep things different and fresh. I try and encourage people to do as much for themselves as they can, keeps them thinking and gives them a since of independence, a lot of the times they can do a lot for themselves and they just need a little encouragement and a feeling of security that someone is there to help if they need it. I have an interest in alzheimer's and dementia, I have taken several courses and classes of the years to help take care of people who are suffering from these diseases.I also have several years experience with both alzheimer's and dementia.
I LOVE THIS FIELD BECAUSE IT IS SELF SUFFICIENT YOU HAVE A WARM FEELING IN YOUR HEART WHEN YOU ACTUALLY SEE THAT WHAT YOUR ADDING TO A PERSONS LIFE. WHEN YOU SEE HOW PLEASED AND GRATEFUL AS WELL AS APPRECIATED YOU ARE BY THEM. THAT IS WHAT I LOVE THE MOST ABOUT BEEN A CAREGIVER [?][?]
I have been working with seniors for many years as I raised my kids who are now grown. I have 6 grandchildren so I can relate and engage with seniors about their families and of their concerns. I get along very well, I'm patient, understanding but have a lot of positive energy I heard that I am funny and engaging. My own parents are both gone now so I understand and can be supportive with adult children as well. I have learned so much in my career working with seniors they have been a gift for me.
I like working as a caregiver helping others making their day feel better doing and helping there day. I like making there life easier and not so stressful. I'm very fun loving person I wear my heart on my sleeve and care about people. I love the taking care of others that need it. I love making those I'm taking care of feel happy and feel safe.
A bit about myself,I have been a caregiver for several years I find that there is nothing more rewarding than to be able to help others,especially the elderly. My desire to become a caregiver came to me when I had to assist with my grandfather's care as he fell ill, I decided to pursue my CNA license and help others. The most rewarding thing in caregiving is knowing you are making a difference in someone life and recieving gratitude for it,even if it is just a smile.