I'm a very open and honest person, and I always do my very best at anything I am tasked with. I look at everything from outside of the box, and I always try to make sure that I listen to concerns, and brainstorm different ideas for obstacles of everyday life. I do have children with different medical conditions, so multitasking, being patient, researching, and keeping calm during stressful situations is a strong point for me. My goal is to make sure that I have completed my work and also make my clients happy.
I am certified in First Aid, CPR/AED, Basic Life Support, Bloodborne pathogens. I am also a certified STNA (State Tested Nurse Aide). I have about 6 years or more experience under my belt as a caregiver. Do you need transportation to appointments or to run errands? Do you need loving care for your loved one? Approximately 12 years ago, I became my mother's Caregiver after she came home from Rehab for a major stroke. I realized how rewarding it was to feel the satisfaction of really helping someone. In the past 10+ years, I have worked as a Home Health Aide and CNA, providing many services to families and their loved ones, including (but not limited to) companionship, transportation, meals, light housekeeping, pericare, input/output, taking and recording vitals, catheter care, colostomy care, medication reminders, assistance with bathing, showers, getting dressed, and oxygen maintenance. My special focus has been with Alzheimer's and Dementia care. I am a CNA and certified in CPR and First Aid. Your loved ones peace of mind, comfort and health is my priority. I am available Thursday thru Sunday. Taking care of others has always been a passion of mine, from family to friends. Becoming a nurse 14 years ago, gave me the fuel to be able to bring quality care, companionship, and helping patients become great advocate for their health any many ways. I dedicated myself to private duty several years ago, after my clients passed on, I thought I wanted to be back in the field again. I miss it, I want to be able to know that my one on one care is not being taken for granted and that the ones that I care for know that their concerns, mental, emotional, and physical status is priority, along with giving their family a sense of knowing that they made the right decision allowing me to care for their loved one.