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I took care of my uncle that has special needs I have a good spirit and I'm a very caring person I have a Compassion heart towards others I enjoy taking care of Elderly's with disabilities I am a very good person you can get along with I enjoy taking care of Elderly people that can't take care of them self's
I become a caregiver to help the elderly in their home. I love being a caregiver just the joy and happiness in my Clients eyes to be able to stay in theirs homes and get help with their day to day life's is a wonderful feeling. I am in school to be a nurse and I am very proud of that.I am a mother of two teenagers and I want to show them it never to late to go back to school and become great.
I'm a compassonate caring person who likes to make others feel their best. I have been a caregiver for 25 plus years. During my years as a caregiver I've had all sorts of notable moments, caring for those who sometimes just need to know that they are not alone. Also I like cooking and other ventures, I mostly enjoy assisting others with the help they need to make their lives quality, also listening to their life stories and sharing stories of my children and grandchildren.
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Certified CNA. I have 9 years' experience caring for geriatric and disabled patients in healthcare/home health. Using my CNA and on the job training skills, I provide skilled maintenance, companionship and daily living support. I am very passionate about patient quality of life. CORE COMPETENCIES: Range of motion and walking skills; operating Covidien Kangaroo Joey Enteral Feeding Pump; applying Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO); grooming and bathing patients; documenting daily activities; trapeze bar assistance; G-J feeding tube; Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer, catheter care, transferring amputee patient; general housekeeping duties; medical terminology knowledge; valid Georgia driver's license; problem solver; decision making; critical thinking; communication skills; time management; organization skills, Relias Course Training, Kindred At Home, Kinnser.net CPR Certification: First Aid/CPR/AED, American Red Cross Georgia (April 2018) and Basic Life Support - American Heart Association (Jan 2019)
I have been a CNA for 20 years. I enjoy helping and working with our Seniors because they have taught me a lot over the years. I have experience working in homes, nursing homes, hospitals and I also have 5 years experience working for Hospice. I am Certified in CPR and First Aid. I am patience, dependable, neat and clean. I love to cook also. I am a non smoker, non drinker, I have a good driving record and I have a excellent background. I have experience working with Alzheimer's, Dementia, stroke, cancer patients, brain injuries, Parkinson, diabetes, ALS, patients with feeding tubes, Foley Catheters,, Tracheas, and vents. I am a very kind, patient caregiver. I am honest, trustworthy and dependable. I promise to care for your loved one as if she/he was one of mine.
I am a 34 year old CNA and mother of three,I became a caregiver because I love helping others and caring for those who can't perform or need assistance with their daily activities. When I was a young girl my mother was diagnosed with MS and my siblings and I were responsible for helping her with her daily activities and from that moment forward I knew that was my calling. In the past I have taken care of several loved ones and others until they're last moment here and thats what I feel like I am here to do, its my passion.
I am a certified nurse assistant with and extensive background in healthcare. I teach and provide workshops to families with topics including Dementia, Diabeties and Caregiver 101., to help families better understand the what and how in taking care of their loved ones. I operate my company and myself the same way as I govern myself when I was taking care of my grandmother with passion, concern and love. I love what I do!
I'm a great caregiver cause I enjoy what I do so it doesn't seem like work. Helping someone in need and making them laugh are smile is a good thing. Making what seems like a hard task a better one example putting on ones shoe when they are unable to do for themselves. I became a caregiver cause when my grandmother was sick and dying I help with her care alone with my mom and Aunts and I knew that that's what I wanted to do. Keeping my grandmother home was the best thing we could ever had done. My last client was a wonderful person, we became friends and not only did she need me I also needed her I'm so proud to say I was with her until the end.
I am caring,dependable,reliable and very patient person. I also keep time. what attractive me to caregiving is that I realized the need of helping someone to have a smiling face and I also realized my passion in life. what I enjoy most by being a caregiver is to see my client or resident happy and satisfied by my services. My personal achievement is in every place I've worked I've been awarded a gift for being employee of the month
I've been a CNA for 12 years. I have experience in Nursing home/rehab , hospital setting and also home health care. What bought me into this field is the compassion I have for helping others and making a difference in their life. I particularly enjoy home health care because the one on one time with the client builds a bond and a connection with the client as well as the family.
The elderly has a wealth of knowledge that they love to share about life and their experiences. I enjoy their appreciation for you being their caregiver and they seem so grateful. I treat them the same way I would like to be treated and the way I would like my mother to be treated if she needed care. Empathy and compassion. Working with people in a home care setting, it is essential that a caregiver feel the desire to want to help. By showing both empathy and compassion caregivers will let the person they are caring for know that they care about the person and want to do what they can to help them.