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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 am a personable, educated and experienced caregiver. I have 30 years of dedicated service to families and their loved ones. A previous CNA and educated in the nursing sciences I strive to bring the best care and most importantly, the respect and love for the patient and family that is needed during trying times.
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 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 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 .
Hello, my name is Gina Matthews. I am very much interested in applying for this position. I am looking to work as a Care Giver in the Reno area. I have worked in home care as a Care Giver as well as an LVN. I have also worked in nursing homes as a CNA and an LVN. I have always enjoyed caring for people. This first position that I took was when I was in High School. I can do light house work, run errands, laundry, including bed making, prepare meals, medications and or medication reminders, do the grocery shopping, provide companion ship, etc. My mother has dementia. I have plenty of patience as well. My last position was with a couple who were both 97yrs. I was with them for two years. I did just about everything and I enjoyed it!! I have excellent references as well.
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 .
When I was a teenager, my grandmother needed extra care and my mother didn't always have time to do everything necessary, so I stepped in and shared in the care of my grandmother. She always told me that I would make a great care giver and that I could bring joy to alot of people due to my compassionate personality. Also, when my late husband had Leukemia, I cared for him in all facets of the care, including bathing, feeding, helping in the bathroom, etc., until he died 2 years ago. I also cared for my best friend, til she died from heart failure a few years ago. I believe that these experiences have solidified my ability and desire to help others, even if it is simply in the capacity of companion. **About my fee; my fee ranges any where between 13.00 per hour to 15.00 per hour depending on the case, the work involved and the time of day. For over nites and live-ins, I am willing to quote a flat fee to save you money.
I have always loved people. when I got my first job at a skilled facility, it helped me to also understand how others depend on those who is there to care for them. I like being a caregiver not only because of the pay but u become someone's friend. my achievement was in a hospital when a gentleman was bought to our facility and he did not want to live. I would pass by his room and say hi even though I didn't get a hi back. one day I decided to go in and start conversation. he did want to talk or eat at that matter. but I let him know I was there as a friend not just a nurse. long story short, he only wanted me to care for him and he ate and got better, but he had cancer mind you. he ended up going home and he passed at home later on down the road....I am privileged to have had an opportunity in life like that one..i am a mother of 6 children. one daughter who is serving in U.S Navy. my others r married proud of them, and I have a son looking into Navy. I have 2 at home with my Husband and I. I am a grandma of 8. I luv my family. I am a Christian and believe for others who doubt themselves. I have counseled a few younger people who now call me mom...I am a very prompt person and I do learn fast if given the chance..