Hello, I am a dependable, dedicated, hardworking Caregiver/Home-health Aid. My job as a caregiver started back in 2005 with my mother when she became ill and needed reliable dependable care, Shortly later my sister became ill and needed the same compassion, empathy and love. During that time I was inspired and motivate to continue to be a caregiver/Home-health aid both volunteer and work. I enjoy caring for others , a true passion of mines. I assist at various facilities and homes helping clients/ resident with companionship, sitter, Activities of daily living, vitals signs, medication reminder Dr appointments , house work, etc. I assist clients/residents who suffer from different types of disabilities or who recovering from medical care like hip replacement, cancer, muscle disease Alzheimer/ dementia and so on, I transfer with wheelchair to and from bed, walker and hoyer lift. If giving the opportunity I can utilize my skills and experience to show you and your love one that I am the available candidate for this position i'm seeking. I am also fingerprinted by the state of Illinois, open to drug test and able to provide personal and professional reference if requested.
Thank you kindly
Hi! My name is Malawi, I am 20 years old and I have been a certified caregiver for 5 years, I've had 2+ year clients that still reach out to me if they need anything. I am reliable in all aspects, I am respectful, and I love to help and encourage people. I love to laugh, I'm very kind and calm, and organized. I took French for 6 years. I love musical theatre and movies.
I was first encouraged to become a caregiver from always loving the feeling of helping my grandparents and being someone they know they can rely on. I became a babysitter when I was 13 and I babysat 3 different families for 2+ years. In March 2016, I became a caregiver for a family friend named Sandra, I stayed with her during chemo therapy appointments, help her heal wounds, exercise, talk and laugh, I recorded her blood sugar daily, e-mailed doctors for her, helped her with mail and any business she needed done such as paying bills, filled her pill box weekly - and I still communicate with her to this day.
I love being a caregiver because it reminds me that I am a genuine person and I care about others as much as myself esp. in this career. I love to talk or just simply help. I am always alert and ready to prevent bad situations because I have experience with helping someone with a broken foot and diabetes as well.
I am proud of always solving problems for my clients and keeping them comfortable and happy.