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I'am a accomplished and energetic cna with a solid history of achievement in home heath. Iam a caring, loving, kind, honest, and generous person. Motivated leader with strong organizational and prioritization abilities. My areas of expertise include home health care, private duty care, hospitals care and companionship. Expertise with patient that have, Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Cancer and a companion.
I am a newly Registered Nurse who has solid communication skills for a variety of patients. I am extremely flexible, express empathy, compassion and attention to detail in many different situations. I have four years of CNA experience, CPR certified and PEARS certified (pediatric life support). I was attracted to being a caregiver after caring for my own family members and felt the need to help more people in my community. I finished my schooling in Peoria IL, at Methodist College and completed my internship in the ICU at Methodist Hospital.
I am a very upbeat and positive person. I feel I was put on this earth to help others whenever I can. I always go out of my way to be kind and assist others however I can. If someone needs to just vent, I will listen while giving them all my attention. I want them to feel they are my top priority, because they are. I have worked with people with mental illness and addiction issue, bipolar and then there are the medical issues....these people need love and someone to be there for them, to spend time with them...sometimes just to be "present" for them. Give them the integrity they deserve and if they are on their way out of this place, let them know they matter and can move on if that be the case.
I am an easy going, patient loving person! I pay attention to everyone's needs and put their needs before myself! I always wanted to become an elderly caregiver since I have been little! I enjoy helping people and making sure they are well taken care of and happy! I had a grandfather who was very sick when I was younger I have a lot of experience caring for him till the very end! I enjoy caring for elderly whether it's with everyday living tasks or just sitting in total silent holding their hands! Also working as an CNA at a nursing home a lot of residents told me stories back in the day and I enjoy listening to them! One personal achievement I am proud of was passing CNA school and earning that certificate to become a caregiver! I also love working with dementia patients and can learn a lot from them!!
I became a caregiver after caring for my grandmother after she fell ill. I love being able to help people. I love making others happy and making a difference in the lives of others. This is what I enjoy doing. I am proud of the fact I change peoples lives everyday. I have been a CNA for 7 years and have worked in skilled nursing facilities, assisted living, and now corrections. I have worked with residents with dementia and alzheimers. I absolutely loved it!
I'm an Licensed Practical Nurse. I've been a nurse for almost 4 years now. I was a CNA who cared for the elderly for 6 years before that. I have many years of experience caring for the elderly. I currently work at a nursing home PRN. This means I pick the days and hours I work. I'm available to work up to 40 hours a week. Any questions feel free to ask. Hopefully I can be a good fit for your family.
I have taken care of my father with his ADLs, as well as others in need. I am caring and hardworking. I have always taken care of people since I was little and acting like my father's nurse when he broke his arm. Being a caregiver is a rewarding job for myself, it helps me with my anxiety and I love taking care of others. I go over and beyond the call of duty at times when needed. Being a caregiver gives me a sense of accomplishment, because I know I am helping those that need it.
I love taking care of others, I believe you do on to others as you want done to you. I love knowing that the patient is getting the best care possible because I give 100 %. I'm proud that I have learned many new things in this last 16years of being a cna. I'm very dedicated to my patients and clients, I'm outgoing and willing to learn new things.
My name is Angelina Rodriguez I'm 30 years old a mother of 6 and a wife. My youngest son felix is considered disabled as well as my husband so as a caretaker at home I find it so much more relevant for me to help other for work as it's in my natural lifestyle my son has had 2 major brain surgeries and during the 1st suffered 3little strokes so I'm very educated in alot due to my surroundings and life experiences my grandfather had alzheimers and passed away as I was in high school I helped with his care