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I am loving caring outgoing always willing to learn something new willing to go above and beyond I have patients I listen to my patients I respect your decisions and just give them a lot of companionship .What attracts me to being a caregiver is just helping someone that can help their self and know that they appreciate that letting them know that there still are good people out there that don't take a vanish of them and that's willing to make the days better and brighter
I identified myself as a great caregiver after caring for both my father and grandmother until they departed. I have a calm temperament and I do not no get easily frustrated, I am more understanding. I enjoy taking care of and helping others, it gives me a since of purpose and it makes me feel like I am doing good with my time on this earth. I treat everyone professionally, warm and with respect, the same as I would want for myself.
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.
I am a loyal individual and I treat each elder as I would desire to be treated. In the past I have taught multiple individuals identified with special needs. Teaching in this field has taught me to be comfortable and accepting of people in a diverse world. I am most competent in my abilities to care for Elders with varying challenges. I am also creative in the ways I assist Elders, so that they enjoy doing activities that they might otherwise choose not to do. I like to converse with the people I am with, to engage them in activities that challenge their minds and bodies while having fun.
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 9 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. As a Christian CNA, your loved ones peace of mind, comfort and health is my priority.
I became a Certified Nurse Assistant my senior year of high school and started working in the nursing home the month i turned 18. I have had my CNA license for a year and have enjoyed working with my residents. I no longer work at the nursing home because i have had to relocate and haven't found anything closer. I would love to get the chance to meet new people and work on a one on one basis with someone and help make their life a little easier. I became a care giver because I have a big heart and i have been told that by many of my former residents. I go above and beyond and will bend backwards to make sure that you or your loved one is PROPERLY taken care of. I have worked with so many people that have taken short cuts and don't care cause at the end of the day its just a job to them. But as for me i know that i am taking care of someone that is trying to live everyday a little more comfortable even though they cant do as much anymore, its not just a job for me. I admit i get attached but thats expected when you spend everyday with someone and know what they like to do and how they like things done. They become family . I look forward to meeting and helping make someones life a little easier and being a part of your family!
I am a compassionate STNA of 19 years, dedicated to assuring safety for your loved one. I am an Independent Provider through Hamilton County DODD, and Dept of Job and Family Services. I also have a BLS certificate and Medication Administration. In my 19 years of caregiving, I was honored to care for my grandmother and great grandmother in a home based setting. I take pride in the care I give, and can assure that each client will receive the care needed patiently and compassionately.
Taking care of others has always been a passion of mine, from family to friends. Becoming a nurse 14 years ago, gave me the fuel to be able to bring quality care, companionship, and helping patients become great advocate for their health any many ways. I dedicated myself to private duty several years ago, after my clients passed on, I thought I wanted to be back in the field again. I miss it, I want to be able to know that my one on one care is not being taken for granted and that the ones that I care for know that their concerns, mental, emotional, and physical status is priority, along with giving their family a sense of knowing that they made the right decision allowing me to care for their loved one.
I am a happily married 37 years old mother of 5 and I have been a certified nurse assistant for 17 years. I have worked in a number of settings throughout the years such as long term care, home health care, MRDD and more. I became a caregiver because I love to help people and I have a passion for the elderly and disabled. What makes me a great caregiver is that I'm very patient, understanding, caring and trustworthy and i will do my job to the best of my ability!
To help people , helping people with their personnel needs and listen to the stor ies that they like to share.When I finished college, I been a caregiver for a long time I love helping and taking care of peoples I worked. in hospital , with hospice clients and in nursing home, privated home and worked with alls type of medical condition.
Hello, my name is Annette and I am grateful to be among the list of great care givers you are considering. I am a CNA (Certified Nursing Assistant) with certifictions in CPR and First Aid. My skill set includes, (but is not limited to) companionship with activities, running errands, bathing, oral care (including dentures), grooming, light house keeping, meal prep (including diet restrictions), medication reminders, toileting (with bsc-bedside commode, bed pan, urinal), incontinence care, pressure sores, transfer (with gait belt), hoyer lift, and stand up lift. Proficient with such conditions like COPD, Alzhiemers, Dementia, Diabetes, Heart Disease, and Hearing Disorders. I am flexible and can cover various shifts such as 12 hours, (day or evening), 24 hours, live in, and cases needing a few hours of care per day and I am okay with pets. I love doing what I do because it allows me to come into the lives of interesting people. Good luck in your search . Annette
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:)
I have been a caregiver for 8 years.I chose this proffesion because i enjoy working with elderly people and being an advocate for them. I enjoy getting to know them and hearing the stories of their lives.I was a med assist for 17 years and have alot of medical training including alzheimers and dementia training.I. have great refrences that were clients that can verify my work skills, honesty ,and integrity. I am available for first shift mon- friday, as early as 6 am until 6 pm. I am punctual and have a good attendance record. my driving/ background check are both clear. i am looking for approx 30-40 hours a week with one or two special clients I can spoil and get to know. thank you, Leah
I got into caregiving on accident. I was looking for employment and a friends suggested I apply at her job which was Alzheimer's assistant living. I got the job and realized I loved it! I became state tested and have been in this line of business for 14 years. I love taking care of people who can't fully take care of themselves. There is pride in helping others and I am humble that God chose me to be the voice and care taker for some who can't express their needs and others who just need help along the way. I am proudest of accomplishing my PCA II which is a promotion from PCA acknowledging I am proficient in my level of expertise and care. I am also a safety coach and a proud member of the safe patient handling committee at my current employer that looks at proper ergonomics and equipment that keep both the patient and caregivers safe and free from injury. I do not have a car but I do use Lyft and Uber to travel if that's okay.
I am currently a master of social work student with a concentration in healthcare. I have over 10 years experience in healthcare in hospitals, rehabs, long term care , and in home care. I am CPR BLS and First Aid Trained. I have experience working with complex disorders such as alzhiemers, dementia, epilepsy and autism.