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I feel like I am caring, loving and patient individual, I like to care for others that need care, I have an hear to listen when someone needs someone to talk to, I don't mind helping others, it's a part of my trait. I once was going to school for nursing, but didn't finish, so I worked in the acute hospital and convalescent home, plus in-home care for quite a while. I love caring for the sick and disable. I like to try and help and encourage others to get better and not to quit. I saw a friend of mine hold on after she was diagnosed with breast cancer, when the doctor's had given up on her, that I was there to encourage her to not give up and she lived a healthy life for a little of two more years, when the the breast cancer attacked her again, and she was tired and gave up and died.
I am a Certified Medical Assistant who is extremely compassionate, friendly and outgoing. I have over ten years of experience as an In-Home Senior Caregiver with home care agencies as well as privately. My experience includes care planning, medication management and reminders, incontinence care, safe transfer assistance, meal planning and preparation, and much more. I am proficient in communications(even with clients resistant to care), time management, and assistance with Physical and Occupational Therapies. Extensive experience with Alzheimer's and Dimentia, Renal patients, Hospice, MS, Home Health, special diets, etc. I have Current CPR Certification, knowledge of Health, Safety and Professional Standards, Strong References, and a passion for Helping others to enjoy life to the fullest capacity. Hourly rates are negotiable and dependent on services needed.
I became a caregiver because I love to help others. I like caregiving because I love to help people , love to hear stories from their past and talk with them. Becoming a cargiver that is what I'm proud of. I'm very helpful I have compassion, always happy ,loving, caring ,will help others with nothing in return.
I'm a people person .I genuinely care. I'm very compassionate, I have a great personality. I'm a fast learner. Wonderful attention to detail. I've worked with people with memory impairments physical impairments. I've worked with so many different people with so many different Health elements that I'm confident that if you hire me you will not be disappointed thank you so much for giving me this opportunity
I believe I am a great caregiver because I treat each person I am caring for as if they are my own family member. I give them the care I would want my mother or father to receive. I have been a caregiver for almost 5 years and in the last 6 months have received my CNA certification.
I started in home care at the age of 20 and have been a caregiver for 3+ years now. I love working in the community and getting to know others. It's very rewarding to know that I made a difference in someone's life. I have a family of my own and am very family oriented. I'm warm, open, and flexible.
I've spent my whole adult life caring for others, both in mental health and physical disabilities. I retired from Napa state hospital 2010, but continued to work part-time at Creekside Rehabilitation in Santa Rosa till October 2017. I intended to fully retire but I have a hard time being fully retired. I have 3 dogs and one cat. I used to have chickens, but neighbors complained they made noise and I gave them to my son. I've lived in Lake County for 25 years. I'm stable and reliable and I have long term friendships lasting over 40 years.
I became a full time paid caregiver six years ago. However, back in my home country, caregiving is part of almost every family life. We look after our parents and grandparents till they pass on to the other life. Since becoming a caregiver in California, I began to love the job and began to connect closely with all my clients. I love to listen to clients stories and what they were before they need assistance with daily living. I really love to listen and share these life stories and it feels so satisfying to know that we are taking care of people who had given their services to this great nation. I love keeping my clients happy and sharing stories of their past lives and also sharing mine. I have handled some critical hospice cases and someone who was diagnosed to live for only 6 months. I took care of the person, taking care of his wounds until they clear, and keeping the person alive for over 2 years to the amazement of hospice and the family themself. Caregiving is in our blood. I think of the love and care that our parents shared with us and I feel it a duty that we return this love and care to our seniors and loved ones.