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Hello! My name is Brigid, I am a recent college graduate. I received a degree in Kinesiology from Cal Poly and am excited to start working with individuals in my community. I am patient, positive, and consistent. I love working with others and seeing them progress throughout sessions as they continue to work hard.
I worked as a Civil Engineer from 1994 to 2010. During the recession there were almost no engineering jobs. I responded to an ad that required no experience and training was offered. Taking care of a quadriplegic. IHSS was my school, and I felt good about myself serving others. Now I have 5 years of caregiving experience with IHSS and 2 years with Provident Care.
I've been a caregiver for 20 plus years. I love what I do for those who can't help their self or just need assisting with daily life. I've provided care for mentally challenged children and adults. I've also been a companion for many. I love my career and what I do. I look forward to servicing those in need.
Being a caregiver is a rewarding experience. I enjoy being able to help someone in need. Throughout my caregiving career I have had the privilege of caring for wonderful individuals with different diagnosis and needs. I place myself in the position of the client allowing myself to see situations from the clients viewpoint for the best possible outcome.
I am a very compassionate and understanding caregiver. I listen to the needs of my clients and can give reference on the two clients I faithfully cared for for long term. I have worked for over twenty years as a caregiver, before I was paid to do it. I cared for my disabled sister who had and have seizures and still does rely completely on others for everything. I cared for my mothers infected wounds from diabetes and also her arthritis plus checked her blood sugar and keept her from going into diabetic shock. I can deduce diabetic shock and can recognize an infected wound. I know how to work a g-t-tube and change depends for adults. Plus I have experience log rolling and using a Hoyt lift. I have cared for a quadriplegic through Maxim Health Care as a respite care worker when I first turned eighteen years old. This care allowed me to learn the lift training, feeding tube usage, log rolling and also administering breathing treatments. I am also IHSS certified.
I currently work as an instructor for a disabled-adult's day program in Stockton Ca. It has been an absolute joy to provide care and company for others. I have always enjoyed extending a helping hand to others whenever possible in both my personal and professional life. I always enjoy the company of others and I find it refreshing to have the opportunity to build relationships with such a diverse web of individuals. My greatest enjoyment about care-giving is the impact I am allowed to have on the lives of others. Aside from my professional life, I've always had the opportunity to provide care even in my personal life. My mother has a plethora of health conditions from sever arthritis to being Bi-Polar. My sister and nephew are also also autistic and my spouse also manages Ehlors- Danlos Syndrome. I assist him with daily activities and mobility restraints. I hope to provide excellent care for as many individuals as I can.
Hi, my name is Deshawntyra I've been a caregiver for about five years now and i enjoy keeping my clients company and being of great help. I provided extracurricular activities for my patients and made sure all their necessities, and needs were being taken care of. I am well trusted and i always complete my responsibilities on the job on time.
I am very compassionate, my friends and family would say I'm too caring. I love to help out as much as I can with people in need. Becoming a caregiver has always been my interest because I am very family oriented and I always wanted to take care of my family, and as my grandparents got older it gave me the opportunity to help them with their every day life and make them feel better about things they are not able to do anymore. By doing things like that it gives me a sense of accomplishment and really is rewarding to me. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is being able to give someone that quality of life back and seeing them happy, I am really loveable and friendly so I make them my family. My most personal achievement in life so far, would probably becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant at 17 then being the first one of my siblings to graduate high school (I am the 3rd born). I am also in school getting my associates in biology to then transfer to nursing school.
I have been a Caregiver for about 10 years. I graduated from the CNA program at, Merced College in 2014. I enjoy helping and taking care of others I, find it to be very rewarding and, very much a part of who I am. I am a faithful church member. I love singing and seeing others smile. I am a very compassionate and, caring Cna I, love people and conversating with seniors.
X My mother was an R.N. And came home with wonderful stories of the people she cared for. She told me that everyone deserves great and Compassionate Care. I have come to know that there are some people who are naturally compassionate and nurturing. I think it runs in families DNA. My family is one such family. I have always loved listening to older people since I was a child. I derive so much knowledge of life from these people.Nothing feeds my soul and makes me happier than to be able to give compassion and caring help and give a better quality of life to people in need of care. They all have their own stories and so much wisdom is gained from just listening. In turn this gives the patient company and the knowledge that someone cares and is interested in them and that they are valuable and interesting and deserve so much. That's why I became a caregiver If I should be so blessed as to be considered as your caregiver I promise to carefully and compassionately do all that is possible to make life easier for you and your loved one.I have many years of every kind of senior care. From Stroke Heart,Alzheimer's Blindness,Parkinson's ,Diabetes etc.I have many references and a current background report given at interview.Thank you for your consideration.
my saying is treat others the way you would like to be treaded be respectful at all times have compassions for others especially for the need one do your best at all times give love [?] be always productive what attracted me to be a caregiver is knowing that someone needs me and that's a big satisfaction at the end of the day knowing you did something good for someone also , what I enjoy the most seen a smile every day and a thankfully fave im proud of my self every family I work for they are thankful about the way I care for their love ones hope to work with you .
I am 62 years old. I have been married to the same man for 35 years. We have 11 children and 5 grandchildren. I love to listen to and love on people of any age. My husband and I have homeschooled, run a business, bought and sold real estate, adopted 6 of our children, cared for both of our parents til death, and traveled. We have done it together and are best friends still today. I tell you all of that to demonstrate my commitment, reliability, and love for others. My mother had a stroke around 2007. In 2010 she broke her hip at which point she came to live with us. By July 2013 she 100% bedridden. We cared for her around the clock until her death in December of that year. She was 93. I love my life!