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I am passionate helping others and comfort residents and provide them with reassurance and encouragement and always there for emotional support, exhibit compassionate care and communication. I have a positive, can-do mindset. I am organized and have a passion for improvement and excellence. I love to learn and am always up to a challenge.
39yrs of age originaly from California, I am a great listener, very caring good hearted and understanding individual. I always treat people as if they were my parents or just how id like someone to be with me one day in my life as I age. I love helping people and it's definately an amazing feeling to know I'm helping someone do things they can no longer do on their own. I enjoy caring for people i always try to motivate them in anyway possible. Through out my entire years in the medical and nursing field i have been very fortunate in learning many different cases. I have worked in hospitals and in rehabilitation centers as well as convalescent homes and currently been doing home health care for 2 years now. Being able to help others in any way possible is my passion. Just knowing that my patients get attached to me and want no others is a wonderful feeling :)
I really enjoy the experience I have as a caregiver. I take care my mom for 7 years been sick COPD Asthma, and until she become really ill for Breast cancer. then after that I take good care of my husband for almost 13 years been sick. hypertension, diabetes, kidney failure and died in heart attack in 2013. those days I 've enjoy helping people make them laugh, reading or making conversation about reality. I am proud for what I'm doing now and I went to school as a phlebotomy got my transcript. I'm a honest person and God fearing.
I have already had a background check that I can provide. I was raised with my grandparents and just loved them. I was basically around elders which were my grandparent's friends and relatives. My grandmother became I'll and I took care of her in the hospital until she passed on. I always felt that I related more with elders than I did with anyone else enjoying listening to stories and about their lives. Myself and my 2 daughters volunteered at an assisted living facility in Glendale. When I go on vacations to Idaho I stay at an assisted living facility visiting a dear friend. I always hang out in the front lobby enjoying everyone's company and would help with their dogs taking them out to go to the bathroom and for walks. I really enjoy dogs and cats.
I believe a caregiver should be compassionate and always have patience. I truly believe a good caregiver does not consider taking care of others as a job but a passion. I took care of my grandfather for 7 years and I worked for a wonderful couple for 16 months. I plan on completing nursing school but right now I am really enjoying being a caregiver. I love being around people and I think you can learn so much from others. Being a caregiver is a gift!!
My name is Stacy Hutchinson, I am a recent graduate of Pima Medical Institute, Mesa Az. I have earned an associates degree from the Occupational Therapy Assistant program. I am looking for a weekend position in the health care industry as a caregiver. My education has given me all the necessary skills to care for elderly or disabled patients needing at home care. I have been well educated in patient safety, transfers, bathing and toileting. In addition, I have a current CPR card. Your patients will find me kind, patient and engaging.
1. To help people who need assistance, and gain their independence again. 2. I get to meet people of all ages, and learn from them how to take care of myself, as well as communicate better to individuals from all walks of life. 3. A personal achievement I am proud of is never give up on projects that are challenging or overwhelming to me. 4. I have been a Certified Nurse Assistant for over 20-years. I am a very caring, devoted, hard worker, that will reach and drive the distance to extend my help to everyone that call, or meet me in our daily life.