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I am empathetic, compassionate, nurturing, attentive, dependable, committed, organized, happy, patient, honest, industrious, quiet, energetic, conscientious, clean and kind. As a child, I was always in the company of older folks in my community - so much so, that when I was 17 years old I took care of a 76 years old family friend on the weekends for 3 months while still in high school. I was always running to assist them when the need arises. The elderly comes first for me all the times. I was a volunteer at my church's Assisted Living Facility for 5 years, helping the residents with grooming, dressing, feeding, exercises and just general companionship - chatting and making them happy and joyful. I just have this natural passion and respect for them and humanity in general. I enjoy the satisfaction that engulfs me when I perform a task that they might feel a little embarrassed about but, because of the manner in which it was done, (privacy, respect) they just looked at me and say thank you so much, Joan or just smile confirming satisfaction. I also feel ecstatic and encouraged when family members and friends use words like - "Joan, you are the best" "you are a God-send", "you are special", "Joan, I could never do what you do". and you do your work with such professionalism. I am very proud that, through hard work and commitment to serve , I have gained the trust and respect of all seniors I have met and cared for.
Im a caregiver because I enjoy helping others, helping others is rewarding to me. Home health is a way for the elderly to continue to live in their home and still feel comfortable in their aging years. I've been doing home health since 1994. I have a background check and CPR. I have my own car.
Hello, My name is Marisa Vieira and I've been a caregiver for 13 years already. I have great experience with people who need special care in difficult conditions. I am very friendly, responsible, caring, and my goal is provide the best care with respect and dignity for my clients. I have great references and I hope talk to you and meet you in person. Thank you!
I am a license CNA.with 17yrs experience . years ago i took care of an elderly lady for a friend and my heart felt bad that she wasnt being care for so I gave her the best care i could and ever since then its what i have done . I like to spend time with the elderly they have wonderful heart and have the best wisdom ever. I have become family to some of my patients family and they are very happy that they choose me to care for their parents.
I have 27 years experience as a caregiver. It started with my needing a job but I quickly realized it was my calling. I have a wide variety of experience ranging from acute care to critical care to the physically/mentally challenged to geriatrics. I take pride in giving the care if want to recieve.
I have been in the medical field for 20 years working in doctor's offices. My passion is to be a caregiver now. I realize that patients with dementia and Alzheimer's need special care and patience. I have also work with Parkinson's patients. I am medically knowledgeable such as medication and conditions of the patient and when my other patient was in the hospital they wanted me there so that I could speak with the doctor and relay all the information to the family. I am very detail-oriented and punctual.
I am a caring compassionate CNA. I have been a CNA for 9 years. The thing I value most about my job is that, I get to help someone in their time of need. I appreciate the fact that I am making a positive difference in some ones life. I have worked in ALFs, Sub Acute Rehab facilities and Long Term Care, I have seen patients at varying levels of need for assistance. I am here to assist both you and your loved one on this life changing journey and hope to also help brighten your days.
I became a caregiver to bring hope back into patients lives. I helping those that can no longer do for themselves or remember to do. A personal achievement I am proud of is starting my journey in the medical field towards becoming a Registered Nurse. I always have a smile on my face.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping others and making them feel important. I like when I can help a client achieve a goal and the stories that are sometimes told about the life they lived. I am proud of becoming certified as a medical assistant. I am a 25 year young lady that enjoy seeing other people smile. I love being outside at the park, doing arts and craft projects, reading and learning new things.
( 1 ) I love people, I feel great when I can put a smile on their face, and a hug has this healing power we all need. (2) While caring for my husband, I felt this warmth, a fulfillment in making him comfortable. While working in a nursing home, the patients there needed to feel as if they still mattered.. and to assure them they did, still makes me smile. (3) Caring for and loving my husband until God called his name, and being most honored to have shared in his peace as he took his last breath.
First, I love serving people. I am compassionate, patient, kind, trustworthy, punctual, energetic, happy, healthy, clean and responsible. From I was a child I was always assisting the elderly and I just love people in general. I receive great satisfaction when I see those big smiles on their faces. I am proud that my patients love me and miss me when I am off.
My love for the elderly probably started because I was raised by by dearly beloved aunt who had Parkinson from an early age. For over 25 years, I've chosen to take on this role as a caregiver after seeing the need for caring people. My joy in doing so is to help those that are in need ,live their best life for as long as they possible can!
I am patient, understanding, and dependable. I was in college when my grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's, and I became more involved with her care. I realized how natural it came to me, only after I graduated, and continued to work with youth with disabilities and the elderly. One achievement I am proud of, is when I became a supervisor over other direct care professionals within 3 months of me starting. I felt my passion and hardwork was noticed, because I took my job seriously.
My heart is to help others who can't do things for themselves. My nephew inspired me to become a caregiver. He has had medical issues that have kept him from learning and walking like a normal person. I love helping him and wanted to help others as well. I like to be a caregiver because I can make people's lives easier and make them smile. The personal achievement I am proud of is that I can give back to disabled and elderly people.
Hello, I am a 47 year old widow looking to supplement my income with caregiver/companion jobs. I am a certified medical assistant and my CPR and First Aid is current. I cared for my mother in law until she passed then my husband and I moved to FL because of his failing health. I have years of personal experience and 4 years of experience helping the elderly here in FL. I am licensed and bonded. A very caring and honest person that takes great pride in my work.