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State Certified in May 2001 as a Certified Nurse Aide In a long term care setting. St. Elizabeth Hospice for 8 years providing Palliative, Respite and End of life care in the patients home and Inpatient settings. Followed by a committed record of reliability and strong ability to establish rapport with patients, family and staff. To Succeed, and always show continuous improvement are a few words that have always compelled me to become a caregiver, To ensure a compassionate, professional delivery of care to each patient. Currently working in a outpatient clinic as a Certified Hemodialysis Patient care Technician providing hemodialysis under the supervision of a RN.
Do you need transportation to appointments or to run errands? Do you need loving care for your loved one? Approximately 12 years ago, I became my mother's Caregiver after she came home from Rehab for a major stroke. I realized how rewarding it was to feel the satisfaction of really helping someone. In the past 10+ years, I have worked as a Home Health Aide and CNA, providing many services to families and their loved ones, including (but not limited to) companionship, transportation, meals, light housekeeping, pericare, input/output, taking and recording vitals, catheter care, colostomy care, medication reminders, assistance with bathing, showers, getting dressed, and oxygen maintenance. My special focus has been with Alzheimer's and Dementia care. I am a CNA and certified in CPR and First Aid. Your loved ones peace of mind, comfort and health is my priority. I am available Thursday thru Sunday.
We all have a purpose in life and unfortunately some search a life time trying to figure out what there purpose is. Thankfully I knew from an early age that my purpose was to be a care provider. With over 10 years under my belt I have the same if not more love for what I do. Hi my name is Brittaney and like I said I have been an STNA for over 10 years now. I am CPR certified and First aid certified as well. I have worked in nursing homes, hospitals, home health, hospice, private duty, worked with children with disabilities and even did verification and authorizations for home care services. I am eager and happy to help you or your loved one in any way possible. I look forward to hearing how I can help you.
Hi my name is Julie:) I became a caregiver after helping my own parents. I have been caregiving for over 10 years. I didn't realize there were so many people in need. I have learned so much and continue learning. I'm so passionate about caregiving for I also was in a wheelchair the first years of my life as a child. Now I'm healthy and strong, but I know what it feels like to be dependent on people and my best strength is to anticipate your needs before you have to ask. I lived in California all my life. I just moved to Kentucky. I took care of my beautiful mom and a wonderful lady for over 6 years. They both passed away within 6 months of each other, broke my heart to pieces. I have family in Kentucky and decided to move. I've been here 2 weeks and ready to start my life. When your caregiving, your a care provider, friend, advocate, and grow so close and love the people you take care of. This profession has enriched my life, and it's my calling. I look forward to meeting you:)
Patient, compassionate, and understanding are all words to describe my work ethic. I've had quite a bit of experience with many different patient types, and I believe it's my calling. I truly want to make a difference in peoples lives, and what a better way, than to pay forward with a safe and comfortable life for the patients/residents. I'm CPR-certified.
After taking care of my great grandmother and watching my grandmother be a nurse for 18 years I was hooked. I love to be the person who makes my pt lives better or just a smile on their face. I love meeting and caring for new individuals and being apart of their life, care and family.
As a caregiver, it is one of my core beliefs to serve those who need my help the most as a servant of God. I believe I was put on this Earth to help people and all living creatures, and while ultimately, I'm training to be a veterinarian, I know that when I work as a caregiver, I'm doing what I know in my heart to be the best thing I can do for the people in my community and my world.
I am very honest, patient, outgoing, compassionate, loyal and a hard wor I love helping people who really need me and appreciate my help and companionship. I decided I wanted to become a caregiver when I was 16 years old and watched hospice come in and take care of my grandmother. I just knew I would love to help take care of others who needed help so that is what I set out to do!
I am very compassionate about my job as being a caregiver. I always knew from the time when I was little I wanted to help others. I have extended my education and am a STNA and am gaining a lot of experience. Because I do home health care currently I am positive your loved one will get accurate personal care. I love reminiscing with my clients and making sure they are happy and getting top knotch care because they deserve it.
Iamy a compassionate, caring and loving personal enjoy taking care of those less disadvantaged physically, socially, emotionally and spiritually. I have achieved my associate degree and I am glad to be on a profession that I love. I have been volunteering at the hospital and this was a rewarding experience for me. I have a stable loving family and the joy I experience makes me share it with the people I care for so they too can experience it in a different way.
I am a junior Biology major at Northern Kentucky University. I am studying Biology in hopes to attend Physician Assistant school after graduation. I recently got certified as a Kentucky Nurse Aid, and have worked as an in home caregiver for an elderly couple. I really enjoyed staying with them, even though it was such a short amount of time. The wife had a compound wrist fracture, and the husband could not fully care for himself. I learned so much in the 5 short weeks working for them. I am truly passionate about patient care! Especially elderly patient care, I am planning on specializing in Geriatrics in PA school. Please let me know if you have any further questions! I look forward to hearing from you. ***Will get background check soon, waiting on paycheck.
I Feel like I am a great care giver because I go above and beyond to make patients/residents feel special. I like to help people feel independent while providing all the help they may need to get through their day successfully. I feel its important to take time to listen to their wants and needs and I don't look at my care as being " just a job". Its important to me to take well care of anyone, rather it be driving the students home from school, providing care in a dialysis facility, or just providing basic needs to someone . I genuinely care about other people young or old
I became a caregiver in 1999 when my father in law got very ill from diabetes I took care of him until he passed away in 2001. I love to help people that need me, I enjoy learning about illnesses that affect the human body. My personal achievement is the gratitude I get from making one person smile and feel like they are worth living. I love making people feel at ease and comfort with the illnesses they encounter. I let them know that they are not alone. I am 37 years old, I am a mother of 4 wonderful children. I just recently got remarried. I went back to school at 34 years old, got my G.E.D and continued into college, I am expected to graduate in December of 2014 with my Associates Degree. I also plan to return to school and get my R.N. degree. I am determined, trustworthy, hard working, dependable, and love to learn new things.