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When my father was in his last stages of life, I realized that I was the only one who could take care of him as I wanted. Afterwards I learnt that being a care giver was my path in life, I wanted to be in a position where I could assist others just like I did with my dad. I would like to be in a position to give you and your other family members a piece of mind knowing that your loved one is in good hands, well taken care of and loved. To me being a care giver is not just another job, it's a noble calling that needs one to give their 100%. A good care giver should be patient, compassionate and empathetic, reliable, trustworthy and professional, this are qualities that I have acquired during my 5year experience in this field. I am a certified home health aid, I have experience working with seniors at the comfort of their homes(even in facilities? with various medical conditions like diabetes, cancer, stroke, dementia, Alzheimers and etc. Given opportunity, I will take care of your loved beyond your expectations.
Hello! I hope that your day is going well. I would love to have the opportunity to help provide care for your loved one. I have years of experience with all ages of clients; especially the elderly & I love it. I offer assistance with daily needs including personal hygiene, dressing, position turns and transferring. Also meal preparation, feeding, transportation to & from doctors appointments, medications reminders and light house keeping. Companionship is also included as it is my favorite part of being a care provider. I am available asap and I am looking forward to meeting both you & my new family member.
I enjoy working with people. I love the idea of putting a smile on my patient's face whether it be bringing them a small surprise, a flower, their favorite snack, or plant; things or activities that uplift my patients. I'm very trustworthy and reliable. I have reliable transportation. I will be CPR Certified February 12, 2019 NOTE: Semi-retired. I prefer to have weekends off.
Am patient kind lovable dependable trustworthy. To secure a position in residential,environmental services and health care environment, and obtain knowledge while building learned skills and Experienced professional seeking to fill an entry-level position at an organization where I can develop my skills.I have 9 years experience To pursue a career that will enhance my skills professionally and personally. * Team player, hard worker, reliable individual who is determined to get the job done. * People person, outgoing, determined, hard work self- motivated. * Friendly, always willing to learn new things. * Self-motivated and well organized
I've always had a great love for helping others even as a child. I'm very patient. I've been a licensed caregiver over twenty-six years. I love to make people happy and just to see a smile on their face knowing that I gave 110% caring for them. I always make sure that they're safe and comfortable while in my care. This is what I love doing.
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant in home health care and hospice care settings. I established record of reliability and creating positive rapport with patients, family and staff. I am a hardworking CNA skilled at wound care, mobility assistance and charting. I am also highly flexible. I have experience serving chronically ill patients, including assisting with daily living activities and household tasks. I am patient, caring, and highly compassionate
I treat each client like family members with communication and a understanding approach my goal is to help provide the best care I can and to keep my clients informed of what is being done it helps them yo understand and prepare;ie(instead of lifting them up in the bed with quickness I tell them so that they know what is going on.) I became a caregiver by caring for my dieying step father they a few years later I did the same for my mother soon afterwards I started doing free lance caregiving I meet a woman who's aunt had ALS after she passed I was introduced to the woman's niece to her friend who's mother in law needed home care and therapy help as she was in early stages of dementia I cared for her For a few years until her family decided she needed assisted living in a nursing home because of her declining state. At the present I have been caring for a bed bound gentleman who is in a declining state. What I enjoy most is helping care and talking with them sharing there personal stories about there lives and adventures I also enjoy there company being a caregiver is not just coming in and caring for there personal needs and leaving it's also about conversing with them sharing things making them laugh or telling them stories that I have seen or done . My achievement that I am most proud of is helping two of my clients to become strong enough to move better through therapy one elderly client had a broken hip with time and a lot of strength exercises she was able to take a walk with a walker again and the gentleman I cared for his leg had no strength in it now he's able to move it not a lot but it got to the point he is gaining muscle back in it.
Hi my name is Sylwia Kusinska. I have 6 or more years experience taking care of elderly people. I did most home care jobs. I took care of someone with dementia, Parkinson disease , and someone with diabetes. My regular tasks are ; helping get dressed and undressed, prepare meals, drive to doctors appointments, giving medicine, helping getting washed, and last and least play board games or card games.
Being a caregiver is one of the good decisions of my life, since I cared for my mom till she passed, I found compassion in caring for people to feel better, which then again gives me certain type of happiness. The fact that I put smiles on the faces of people makes being a caregiver a pleasant one to be. The most greatest achievement I have obtained during my service is trust, and I am proud to say so, because without trust what is the purpose of being a caregiver. I am a 34yrs with kids , and lots of experience as a caregiver. I can say so because I have been in this business for 12 yrs, and I have numerous reference to provide if needed.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy taken care of others. My personal achievement I'm most proud of besides my children and finally having (A very successful) brain surgery to get rid of seizures that I've had since I was 15 is helping others walk again and get to go home. I am a 47 yr old female with 4 children and a wonderful husband, who supports me in all my endeavors. Im adventurous, love animals, and love life in general.
Caring for others has being my priority since my tender age and my passionate, my empathy and my zeal for others has been my motivation. One of my major reasons of being a caregiver is that...you should treat others the way you want others to treat you and I realized that care for others seems like sowing and you shall reap it when you grow old...Since the last four years that I had been working as a Caregiver, I realized that those that I am giving a care are not choosing to be in that situation but the sickness, the disease and the circumstances prone them to what they are now. These really make me to be more empathy and fear of God because where there's nobody watching you God is watching you...I am 36 years of age, dark in complexion, I had being working as a caregiver sine 2010,i had worked with different facility like Lankenau Hospital, Kindred Hospital, Care Pavilion Nursing & Rehab and Home Health Aid with Total Health Home Care... I live in 1036 pine street, Darby PA 19023 since 2010 up to date, just married with a God sent wife and life has being a wonderful place to live depends on how you handle it...it is a pleasure for the opportunity you gave me to talk little about myself and it will be a great joy for me if I can be schedule for an interview ...Yours Sincerely Austin Adeyemi