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The reason i become a caregiver when i was a little girl my great grand mother was sick she need it help she nobody was there to help her i was the only one that was there to help i see the way her own kids did her at age 9 i learn to change her diapers,make her bed,ect What i like about is helping others that cant help them self.To me is not about a job its about help people you never know one day when i get old i will like to have a good person helping me i am very proud of my self and my job i have no regret being a CNA I have a very good heart i love helping people i consider them like my own family
I love to work with elderly ,i love everything i do with them i just my job from im a kid that is my wish to become a nurse .i was living in New York all my live so i work at Dumont masonic home for 12yrs and Glen Island care home 10yrs then i move to Connecticut that how i continue to work with comfort keeper for 2yrs.I accomplished so much by working in different areas and most of all i just love my job.
I became a Caregiver because I wanted to influence others in need. The best part about being a Caregiver is working with different types of people that you really have a good relationship with. A personal achievement that I'm proud of is having having more than 10 years of experience. One thing about me is I'm very caring and loving and honest to my patient.
Am a great caregiver because of the passion I have for my job,and growing up I always wanted to be a pediatric nurse or an veterinarian doctor because of my interest for human beings and animals, being around seniors I've garnered a reservoir of knowledge And life lessons from their past experiences, they also allowed me to have a broader outlook on life and which allows me to think more critically about the future.they also teach me the importance of patience and working hard to achieve my goals, am outgoing, caring, loving and responsible individual.
Hi. My name is Lauren Butler. I am currently a PCA, CNA, and Homemaker/Companion for TASK Homecare Services. I am very bright and responsible. I work very hard. I am well-educated. I go to Mercy College studying Speech Therapy for children. I am available from Friday-Sunday from 10am-7pm. Please feel free to contact me with any questions.
No body should have to question the safety and well being of their loved ones! My name is Zach I am currently a college student living in Fairfield,CT. It is my mission to care with an open heart, a sense of understanding and the need for quality in-home assistance. Please,feel free to contact me with any questions at all. My availability is as follows: Monday: 3:00pm-8:00pm Tuesday: 8am-1:00pm Wensday: 8am-10am Thursday: 8am-10am Friday: 8am-3pm Saturday: 10am-2pm Sunday: 2:00pm-4:00pm (Availability subject to change)
I've been an active caregiver for the past 15 years or so, both as a live-in and live-out caregiver. Most of my working experience comes from outside of the US. I started working as a caregiver because needed a job and earn money(do not let yourself fooled by anyone that says otherwise ) and as a single mom of three you can guess that i had no choice in choosing what i considered at that time that i would like. During the years i earned so much more than money. I started out with a job and ended up with having more and more family members as each and one of the patients that i assisted become in some way my mother/father, my daughter/son and a challenge to build up my empathic skills . Ended up understanding that caregiving is not a JOB although it's paid. You treat not just people but a very fragile class of people. They definitely need our assistance in daily chores but that is not enough , they need somebody that does not define them only trough their disability. Caregiving it's not just about taking care of a body it is a 360 degree assistance which consider the person in a holistic way (body,mind and spirit) As a caregiver i might fail in some chores(nobody is perfect) but one thing that i am proud of is that as much as i could i tried to bring joy. Hard but necessary was when I had to assist patients in an point where life comes to an end. In some cases I sing their favourite song, hold a hand, give a caress to the person in need and explain to family members that it is perfectly normal to be scared or to suffer and to assure them that they are not alone.
My name is Nicole, my experience ranges from companionship to severely handicapped, working in the field with both children and adults. My experiences includes but not limited to the following MS, Diabetes and Neurological issues. I have been an HHA/PCA for past 5 yrs in CT, continued from New York city . I am dependent , responsible, trustworthy and compassionate. My References Available upon request.
I believe what makes me a great caregiver is that I put my all into ones that need me, I believe that everyone deserves the same amount of care that you would want if it was yourself I became a caregiver because I like to care for others I'm a very caring person, and have been since I was a kid. I enjoy caring for others because it makes me happy to know that someone is happy that I am caring for them, my car has currently broken down and I am in the process of getting it fixed however I do have reliable transportation to and from work daily.