I feel I am a great caregiver because, I absolutely love making people happy, well, and alive.
I am a very honest, trustworthy person, and I except nothing less from others. I have great respect for others, and their privacy.
I have had my CNA license for 6 years, and I did home health for 10 years, with a few extra training courses including, Dementia & Alzheimer's training, wound care, medicine and 1 year internship for Mortuary School.
I am a quick learner and follow instructions given. I keep a daily log of all events, meds given, and give full daily reports when requested. I am aware of all HIPPA laws and abide by them. I am reachable at all times on or off the work schedule provided. I am willing to work extra hours/shifts in all situations.
Thank you for your interest in considering my request of being a care provider. i become a caregiver after taking care my husband recover from a stroke 13 years ago, he went to a comma after 5 days of stoke, brain surgery end up breathing on a tracheostomy until now, I like being a caregiver because I learn more and more as I go. I love making difference in my clients life. I'm trustworthy and very dedicated caregiver, What's need to be done I do it. I'm caring, fun, outgoing, and always have a good attitude no matter what. I'm friendly, kind, gentle, compassionate, dependable and have a good sense of humor. I will always provide quality for your loved one so you can have a piece of mind. Rate are negotiable 13/hr - 16/hr depending on clients needs. bill s.
Grass Valley, CA
I started as a caregiver when my father needed one (2016). I quickly discovered I was very good at all the different responsibilities and skills required. I dealt well with Kaiser doctors and eliminated more than 1/2 of their prescriptions, which were either duplications or unnecessary (as agreed by a med specialist @ Kaiser).
I greatly enjoyed seeing my dad respond to my suggested few additional supplements and some mild exercises, which quickly returned him to his much improved condition of more than 10 years previous (he could walk easily, complete crossword puzzles and read books, remember and think more clearly - none of which he could do when I started - this took around 2 months). He died last year after his 95th birthday.
I found another live-in caretaker job with a 79 year old guy with stage 4 prostate cancer and Parkinson's symptoms. He is adamant about not working with "Western" medicine. I have been helping him by designing and administering supplements while working with an acupuncturist and a Naturopathic doctor. We also interface with UCD Medical center for some testing and advice from their urology department.
I am well versed in medical research and terminology, treatment, and testing. I am a computer professional of more than 40 years with associated technological skills and have a number of professional level skills including: most construction, gas engine mechanics (motorcycle, auto and larger, small engines too), home and yard maintenance, cooking, exercise for many levels and needs, ability to provide great ideas for fun and enjoyable activities and short trips (same day local) for interesting activities or events.
I enjoy providing appreciated help to those in need - it gives me a personal sense of worth and good by helping others in need.