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I love being a caregiver because it is a very rewarding job. It is dealing with people and it has always been a great experience of taking care and they make you feel important in their life. Sometimes they even make you a part of their family. I have been a caregiver for 5 years and i love every single of it. i am a certified cna and home health aid.
I love helping people and seeing them smile. Every senior requires their own level of assistance but also like to be independent as well, I have an appreciation for everyone's abilities and love giving help and support to assist with their disabilities. I was recently the caregiver for an elderly man named Jack for the past three years. Unfortunately he has passed. Jack was 90 when he passed. I worked with him for 3 years and it was my absolute pleasure. He had Parkinson's disease as well as onset dementia and needed extensive care with most aspects of ADL's but could perform certain tasks independently. This has taught me that not all peoples limitations are the same, we must work to figure out strengths and weaknesses so we can be of assistance and not take away ones independence.
I am interested in doing the best I can on a daily basis which means giving care fits me. I was in a serious accident and lost my voice. I was able to become a caregiver by helping out around the house and driving others to their appointments. While my voice healed the job requirements changed, I did more for Bernice and her family as she started declining in her health. I was with her and her husband for about two years. I helped establish a system in their house so that they both could age without worry. I was more than a worker I became part of their family. When Bernice became bed stricken I decided to go back to school. Now I am licensed and ready for an opportunity to become successful. :->
I'm a very caring and patient person. I've assisted my elderly grandparents since 9 years old. Although not knowing it was an actual job, I did it because it was for them. I treat my clients as if they were part of my own family. I started babysitting at 10 from newborn to 10 years old. I enjoy helping others in whatever I'm able to.
What made me be a caregiver . Is I started to taking care of my grandmother . And I just love helping people . What I love the most about being a caregiver is knowing ur helping and taking care of someone's mother grandfather . And they all need to loved and treated right . But the most thing I feel proud of my self is when the family members come up to me and tell me I'm doing a good just on taking care of there love ones .
I have always wanted to be a caregiver since I Was a child it has always grabbed my attention & as I got older I knew that I wanted to work & help people out . I have had a couple of jobs but I just didn't feel like I liked any of them once I got the job to be a caregiver I fell in love with the job . I love being company to others & helping them when they're in need . I'm very outgoing & attentive , caring & I'm pretty good at multitasking , I enjoy being a Caregiver because I like being good company to them & caring for them . Working around residents brings me joy I love seeing smiles on they're face & I Like letting them know that they're loved & not alone .
My ethics are inate. I expect to work with trustworthy, patient and compassionate teammates. . I believe clear communication is key. The prior and dependability are needed to have the best caregiving possible. I know that people like to be understood, as their lives are so everchanging. When a driving privledge is removed and eyesight and mobility declines, I have helped others feel better by giving them enough space be heard and validated. My experience has taught me to take care of my need's and when my needs are met that brings high quality to my work. When it comes to caregiving I have a lot of experience at being patient. I took care of twins. In a 24 hour period, besides the normal daily needs, one was on twelve different medications up to four times a day, two to four breathing treatments, dietary needs via feeding tube . I'm easily adaptable. I have good boundaries. I am flexible, and realize that each person is unique and I love to learn and take care of their needs. It is very rewarding helping those in need, I enjoy to give the best quality care I can give.
What helps me be a great caregiver is learning more & more each day on how to help individuals.. What attracted me me to being a caregiver is that i love to help people and helping individuals that need the help makes me happy.. What i enjoy most is seeing them smile .., seeing them laugh .., ect.. My personal achievement is coming out of my comfort zone & helping others as needed..
I am outgoing and pride myself on communication! I decided to become a caregiver when I helped take care of my grandmother when I was 10. I believe the more you help others, the better you see the world. I have a more than 9 years experience of professional health care either in home care or in a facility. I have taken care of two loved ones and made lasting relationships with some past patients also. I keep a tight schedule, get things done right the first time and I do not beat around the bush. Honesty is the only policy and I trust my patience are as honest as I am. I love being a caregiver because making other peoples day better in anyway is a wonderful feeling and I start everyday by setting a goal to make as many people as possible smile. I am a recent college graduate from CSU Channel Islands in Camarillo and looking for a job to get me on my feet again.