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Hello, I have been caring for Seniors with various conditions for 32 years. I have extensive hands on experience with Dementia/ Alzheimer's care. I enjoy caring for seniors and have admiration and respect for them. I also have experience with Hospice care, Stroke, Diebetes. I have also completed 2 complex medication training courses and have 10 years experience with hands on medication passing and management. I obtained my CNA/HHA certification in 1987 and Completed an updated course for CNA/HHA in 2017 in order to update my knowledge regarding current changes and laws in the healthcare field. No job is too big or small from complete care to companionship. Thank you for reading my profile.
Hoyer lift (automatic or hydraulic), incontinence care, personal hygiene, exercise support, quality companionship, errands (personal car), accompany to Dr. appointments, light housekeeping, excellent cooking, etc... Outgoing and personable. Multitasking and efficient with time and resources.Background in physiology through classical ballet and dance, interested in human energy systems and topics on health and fitness. Past active life in professional theater as a visual and performing artist. Love cats and dogs.Excellent driving record.
I love what I'm doing, I love working with people helping them caring for them and showing them compassion I am very passionate about my job I see the and they need a lot of love and understanding for all that they are going through and it brings so much joy to my heart to do that I try every day second of every minute of every day to help them so that their life goes easy to have a job like this is to love what you do and have the patience and that's what I have and give all the time to those who need it ,also I have experience working with Alzhamier, Dementia and Parkinson
Patients, Empathy, Compassion, Respect, Loyalty, Dependability, Trustworthiness, Body Language always pay attention when talking to residents, observant, Caring. I always wanted to be a caregiver/ nurse, because i always love to help people in any type way, mentally physically, emotionally, and spiritually, also i use to take care of my little twin cousin who was born with cerebral palsy and brain damage for 8 years.
I've done direct care for 15 years. I've done private care, hospice care, and senior assisted living care I love doing what I do Work independently great Communication, Good listener, observant, caring I treat my resident's as if they are my own family members. organizational skills, compassion.
I believe what makes me a great caregiver is that I always go the extra not just one mile but two miles just to make any client happy meaning making sure they're needs are always being met from the smallest task to a task that's challenging for them to do that they used to do. I am a happy person, have a genuine heart, trustworthy, punctual, honest, great listener, responsible, reliable, and I am a maximize. I am a self-starter if I know what's expected. I will always do things that the clients tell me I don't have to. I have the compassion, understanding; having the patience make a difference in your interaction with the client because they can feel a caregivers energy, and I personally always put out positive energy despite what mood the client may be in. You can always turn a negative interaction into a positive one just by being understanding and empathetic towards their situation. I would also make an awesome caregiver because I always put myself in their situation. I became a caregiver because I love helping the elderly and I have a compassionate heart towards them. Giving back to the elderly community due to understanding that as people age things become more challenging when it comes to getting things done, I want to make it easier on the clients that may not always have someone to assist them and make it a little easier for them to accomplish a task. Also, clients have may not someone to talk to and or eat with, etc.. and they just want a companionship, and I can be that companion for them. What I like about being a caregiver is that the clients are sweet, funny, have a sense of humor, the clients families are supportive and helpful, I like building that report with them. A personal achievement I am proud of is when a client request me and misses me when I am not there; this tells me I have built that report and I've made a positive impact on that client.
I am a great caregiver, honest, reliable dependable experienced and smart person, i am certified nurse assistant, certified home health aide, restorative nurse assistant, certified of passing medications, i am a good cook, very caring person, trust worthy, i am experienced at the hospitals, Tri City Medical Hosp, Cedars Sinai Medical Center and a private duty one on one
I have been a caregiver 18 years and completely love my job. I have worked in a few facilities as a(cna) but I love to provide care in home working one on one with my client. I take pride in going that extra mile to make my client and there family happy. I have a very flexible schedule which opens me to varies shifts . I'm filled with great joy when taking care of others, we can never imagine what life may bring or when we may need to be cared for ourselves. Providing loving care with a smile and a joyful heart [?] !
I am proud to say that being a caregiver, i became a very very understanding person dealing with clients. I developed a close bond to my clients, spending time with them listening to their stories. I give them respect and dignity. To be able to bring some sunshine and smiles and laughter to my clients is already a big achievement to me. I worked with clients with dementia, COPD. My job includes help with medication, bathing/grooming, meal preparation, light housekeeping, run errands. I am registered with HomeCare Aide of California, CPR registered and a CNA.
I first learned that I enjoyed patient-care back when I was a medical assistant in a private practice. I enjoyed learning and caring for others. I became a personal caregiver in 2005, and since then I have been able to assist many individuals and their families. I have found that my love for patient care today is done at a more personal level because every individual that I have assisted has their own personal needs; some need help with recovery, while others just need comforting and care through their aging process. By assisting patients in their home, to keep their routines, help them with medications, or just the in the simple act of being a good listener, I have found makes the world of difference to them--I am happy to have made a difference in someone's life. I am very proud of being a professional caregiver. Care-giving is an occupation which I have chosen and in many ways it has chosen me. My life has been influence by the many fine people of which I have had the privilege of knowing and providing care. Many of these individuals gave me the greatest gift that one can receive- their knowledge and experiences. I have a little more understanding of life and history as seen through their eyes. It has been a privileged to care and provide comfort.