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I have 30 years experience as a LNA/PCT working mostly in the hospitals. My mother actually got me started in healthcare. I have also done in home throughout the years on and off. I'm looking now to jump back into home care full time. I am also a 2 yr cancer survivor. Resume, Level 1 Fingerprint Clearance Card, CPR, and references available on request.
I became a care giver when my mom passed away in 2007. She had a client that I knew, and her family asked me if I would take over. I then got a job with another company through a friend. I enjoy older people. Taking care or them and being a companion to help them out. I have transported clients to the dr, store or even out to eat and movies. Getting out seems to help people with depression. They enjoy it.
Reliable Caregiver who is very knowledgeable, attentive and compassionate. Adept at memory care, hygiene, meal preparation, assisting in the maintenance of a household, run errands, bathing, sitting with patients in the hospital and developing a strong rapport with the client. Specializes in senior care, dementia and special needs clients.
1.When I first applied for working as a caregiver I really didn't know how much of a rewarding career it was going to be. 2. I like to help people and see their faces light up when I make them happy. 3. I was given the distinction of being Employee of the Month by the staff of my present place of employment in 2013. I am looking to change my employment situation by adding one of Carelinx's wonderful clients to my schedule. 4. I am a creative, energetic and happy person that loves to cook. I have a good sense of humor. I like to take clients out on excursions if they are able to. I do not consume any form of alcohol, do not smoke and take only prescribed medcations. I am looking for about 30 hours a week m-f mornings. Because of the distance, split shifts are not feasible. I love pets. I have several of my own. I am an honest, hard working, and caring person. I rarely need time off. I take directions well and I want to do things the way the person I am caring for wants them done. I have a reliable vehicle, insurance and a good driving record. I have had training with alzheimer's disease and dementia disorders. I am current on Tb clearance and have a finger print card. I have references, both personal and professional that I can bring to my interview. I eagerly await having the pleasure of assisting you/ yours.
Reliable compassionate knowledgeable are my expertise that help me be better to my patients. My mission is preserving and improving the quality of life of the people I serve. I decided to become a caregiver to make a difference in people's life. I enjoy the most being a helping hand to the most vulnerable and getting to know their stories. I am proud to say I have the privilege to take care of prestige clients.
Years of experience taking care of others with various disabilities or disorders. I believe that as you get older you should be respected and cared for appropriately, and I am here to fill that role and ensure your happiness. I am proud to facilitate requests for my clients and make sure they are well cared for.
My name is Beatrice Chadwick, people call me Bea. I'm 40 and have 8 years of caregiving experience with agencies and independent care. I like to develop relationships with my clients and always make sure that they know I'm there for them. I'm friendly, open, happy, talented, positive, creative, and a little ball of energy. Along with making sure my clients have the best care, they need from me, I also make sure that they are in a clean environment. With me, you get it all.
I am an energetic, fun loving woman whose nursing and taking care of people has been my passion since I was just 19 yrs old. I love the feeling of going home knowing I was able to help my client and their family with the best care possible. I'm known to be extremely responsible and punctual. I'm a quick learner and adaptable to many situations and family needs.
1. Because it's so fulfilling. 2. All people are interesting and they shape our life, the more people we meet, we become a better person within our self. 3. I have learned to deal with my clients and their different personalities along with their unique needs. 4. I am empathetic to my clients situation but act professionally when doing my job. I don't go to work just because it's a job I go to work because I love what I do.
I love helping people. I am very compassionate to those I serve. I have been a caregiver for over 30 years. I completed my Nurse Assistant Training in 1989. It takes a special person to be a Caregiver. It is essential to be patient and kind, dependable, knowledgeable and SKILLED. It is also necessary to be creative when issues arrive. CPR and First Aid must be required; I have both the skills and certification. I handle emergencies calmly, efficiently, and professionally. Having a sense of humor is also a plus! I also enjoy learning about my clients ie, where they were born, where they spent their childhood or went to school, their first job, etc. It gives me great joy to be a Caregiver, my true calling! In my spare time, I enjoy hiking, fly fishing, camping, and exploring. I love to read and visit my local county libraries often. I own a cat and have owned dogs. Growing up in Oregon, I was involved in 4H and FFA and Girl Scouts. I love animals, growing flowers, rock hounding, buying art, attending plays and concerts, and visiting museums.
Over 10+ years of experience in the Home Health Care & In Home Service and Beahaviorsl Health field. My major responsibilities had included; Administrative management support, data entry,patient discharge& admission and drug screen, vital signs, patient evaluations,monitoring medication intake and distribution of medication and medicstion reminder. I have cared for individuals living with functional limited , developmental disabilities, mental disabilities and Alzheimer's disease and Dementia. I will say my expertise is Alzheimer's & Dementia patients but, I also enjoy working with children and adults with development disabilities. I find been a Caregiver allows me to give back to society and honor my grandmother who cared for me as a child when I myself couldn't care for myself. She had started developing The early stages of Alzheimer's before she pass away. What I enjoy most about being a Caregiver is spending time with these wonderful people I am always amazed at their strength and love for life I find strength in just being around these great human beings . One of my personal achievements I am proud of be awarded for my community involvement with working with at risk youths. I just love my job!
Ambitious and hard worker who is open to new challenges and opportunities. Gained invaluable interpersonal skills while working at a retirement home including the importance of team work, people skills, and organization in a short period of time. Later worked as a personal caregiver for a family of four five days of week where I established and demonstrated the importance of being timely and focused when caring for children.