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First of all I love working with the eldery. My mother use to be a cna and my sister is almost done with nursing school. I really enjoy learning about people and there lives. My best achievement in live are my 3 wondering children. Also taking care of people I think thats what i was born to do.
I am a very caring and compassionate caregiver. I enjoy getting to know my clients and forming a bond with them. I had very strong relationships with my past clients and I always look forward to meeting new people and getting to know them and their story. I decided to become a caregiver because I enjoy helping others and making someone else's life a little bit better.
When you can identify that the person has these common traits you will know that your loved one is in pretty good hands.Caring for someone who needs it Being Needed, Feeling Accomplished , Finding personal strength and increasing confidence. It can be tricky to pick out a real personal or professional achievement when most of your life has been spent in education. Yet everyone has had some kind of accomplishment in their life that they're proud of.
I love what I do. That one my blessing that god give me to take care of people. I make a difference in their life. I have gave a lot of my patient hope and other made the rest of there life joyful or comfortable. I love to see a smile on my patient face. That let me know I done a good job at the end of the day.
The reason I decided to become a CNA is because I enjoy helping others. It started with me taking care of my grandmother and mom. Once they past I decided I can help others and bring some joy into their lives. I have worked with the elderly, youth, and middle age from Alzheimer to the mental disabled. Helping others bring a sense of joy to me and makes my life complete.
I became a caregiver because I love working with people and helping them out... What I like about being a caregiveris that u can meet ddifferent people. The achievement that am proud of is the smiles on there face. Am caring,loving and love to work with people am also understanding and I good listener
I am a compassionate person,taking care of people has always been in my soul.Giving my time and a big smile is the best.When just a few words with that smile is more comforting than any medicine can provide ,to someone who for what ever their problems maybe.My achievement is just to know that a few minutes of my time meant the world to one person..Knowing when I leave someone,they know i am coming back!I know that is not what your meaning,however,that is mine!!I have 2 boys,both grown up & married.I have 3 grand-daughters now..I am available for any hours.I have been a CNA since 1986..Its all I know to do,is to just take care of people..Thank you for reading my why's and what's
I became a caregiver to have the opportunity to help someone in need and to make a difference in someones life.I enjoy seeing the smiles on my clients faces at the end of the day. Making life better for someone gives me great pleasure.A personal achievement that I'm proud of is returning to school to obtain my GED.I was motivated by refusal of a job in a hospital as a cna.I was given the job and it was taken away at the end of the interview,that was my turning point.To share something about myself,I would say that I'm honest,hard working and reliable.I don't take the health of people lives lightly.I try to give 100% dedication in order to provide them with primary quality care.I have also had very personal experiences in caring for family members and friends.Helping others is not just a job for me,it's part of who I am.
Hi! I am a college student Originally from Long Island, NY. I moved to Atlanta Georgia In 2005. I was raised in a Christian household in which I Inherited, growing my own Christian path. I work efficiently and with compassion. I am CPR certified, ( and yes I have experience using CPR). I am also a Multilingual. I am fluent in English, French, & Haitian-Creole. I believe I can be the best caregiver possible because I can take care of others as if they were my own family. I would want someone I can trust not to mistreat my loved one but accurately perform to the best of their ability.