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I AM HONEST AND TRUST WORTHY, VERY RELIABLE AND CAN PROVIDE A REFERENCE IF IS NEEDED. HAVE MY OWN CAR TO GET TO WORK ON TIME. HAVE EXPERIENCE OVER 13 YEARS, I AM A CNA, BUT HAVEN'T RETURN TO SCHOOL FOR MY RENEWAL. BECAME A CNA TO WORK AT THE NURSING HOMES, BUT END UP ENJOYING THE ONE ON ONE CARE IN THE HOMES.
Hello, my name is Lamona I am 28 years of age and lives in San Leandro. I have 7 plus years of caregiving experience and is very dedicated in everything I do. I have been caregiving since 2006 and have been doing it ever since. I have great reference and I am a honest and reliable individual who tries her very best to fulfill the needs of her client and family. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
I love working with people who are mature in nature. They are knowledgeable and well versed. I treat the people that I care for not as a patient but as a family. I felt indebted to our elders so I am finding ways to support their daily activities and encouraging them to get their independence back. My personal achievement on this job is self-fulfillment, security and experiences to be shared to younger generation. Got an Associates Degree in Medical Assisting /2011, aspiring to be a pre-natal nurse. Recently I am working as a Certified Nursing Assisting here in East Bay. Hopefully to work with you all and giving me a new adventures.
I have lot's of experience. I am very professional. I am caring and compassionate. Patient and kind. Looking for a live in or 8 hours plus shift(s). Currently working for a Stanford professors wife w/ Parkinson's disease and severe arthritis in both knees. Medication, transfers, toilet/disposable briefs, cooking, feeding, light house work, showers. My last caregiving duties before the professors wife, was in Southern California. 2 years with this client before her daughter quit everything to take care of her. She had the later stages of dementia.
I have been a caregiver for almost 6 years and in that period of time I have learned to love, respect and understand the challenges of aging. Their special needs that requires care with so much understanding is my outmost concern. I want to help and guide them to have quality and meaningful life as much as possible.
1. I became a caregiver because I wanted to step foot into jobs that fit my career. I recently just graduated nursing school as an lvn so I'm just now waiting on my state board test. 2. I like everything that comes with a caregiver. From taking care of the person, to being there for them at their lowest point. 3. A personal achievement I'm proud of is graduating nursing school. 4. I've wanted to become a nurse ever since I was a little girl! I'm making my dreams come true.