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I'm a responsible, dependable, dedicated professional caregiver who shows high levels on compassion to the clients and their families. I'm able to perform all job task and understand how to balance the personal needs in a responding gentle touch and caring attitude centered on treating all with dignity and respect and committed to improving overall clients well being and health through personal care, energetic engagement and skilled in assisting with daily living.
I have over 25 years of experience in the medical field. I'm a CNA/GNA, CMT, CPR & First Aid Certified. I attend CEU trainings throughout the year for Alzheimer's Disease. I enjoy providing services allowing individuals to remain in a safe home environment. Being a caregiver is something I've always wanted to do as a young child and I'm glad I'm still able to provide quality services years later.
I became a caregiver to help the elderly . I like most being a caregiver is putting a smile on a face. My personal achievement is making someone day worth looking forward to the next day.Having a client who didn't talk much all of a sudden become a talker. I am 43 years old. I have been working in the caregiver field working with adults and children over 10 years. Ensuring the patient's highest level of well being at all times while under your care Assisting with activities of daily living (ADLs) -- hygiene, dressing, eating, etc. Light housekeeping such as changing linens, laundry, dusting, vacuuming and taking out garbage Planning and/or preparing meals Running errands and transporting patients to appointments, etc. Monitoring vital signs Assisting with medication reminders, dispensation and documenting their use when updating health charts. Helping patients participate in moderate or light exercise as recommended by their physician Promoting mental engagement through companionship, brain games or memory books Keeping daily care notes to inform families, agencies and medical providers of any significant changes in behavior or condition.
To provide care for and or assist those that are less fortunate to be able to care for themselves. I ALWAYS put the needs of the patient first. I like being a caregiver because it gives me great gratification knowing that I made a difference in someone's life. I am the mother of three well rounded,articulate,successful children. I am a self statrting,highly skilled,motivated,individual whom's mission possible in life is to successfully provide skilled care and change the lives of others one person at a time. My qualifications are to include: Helping individuals maximize quality of life and ADL's conducive to reaching full potential by providing direct patient care. Able to provide hands-on care to patients by administering medications, managing intravenous lines, observing and monitoring patients' conditions, maintaining records and communicating with family as well as members of the healthcare team. Feed, bathe and dress patients. Take patient vital signs. Serve meals, make beds and keep rooms clean. Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedures. Answer calls for help and observe changes in a patient's condition or behavior.
I enjoy helping people. I am trained in how to help vision impaired people of all ages. I have experience helping the elderly. I have volunteered in nursing homes and helped spouses of patiences who were on hospice. My personal achievements are gaining a masters degree in vision impairment field and the joy of sharing my training and experiences of life with others. I enjoy listening and being there for people that need it.
I have work in the health field now for forty years. I have all ways work with the early because the love I have for them. When I was young I help take care of my Grandmother, it was then I knew I wanted to be able to help older people. I enjoy listening to there life to see there face light up when talk about the good old days. Giving my life to the LORD is my greatest achievement in my life and giving of myself to those who need me the most.
I am a very friendly, loving, dedicated, loyal and caring individual. I am one to treat one's family member as if they're apart of my family. What attracted me to become a caregiver is when I started helping my Grandma as a younger girl with the elderly in nursing homes. The thing I enjoy most about being a caregiver is showing my client that they matter and making sure they feel comfortable and listening to their life stories etc. A personal achievement I am proud of, would be ... making my last client feel comfortable, and literally being there for her until her last breath.
I was sick when i was younger and i wanted to give in return great care which was given to me. I also helped care for my grand parents and i enjoyed every moment of it. I just enjoy being able to help some achieve something that they are unable to do without help. Just to be able to ease someones stress or put a smile on someones. Face gives me great joy. I took care of a lady whom nobody else wanted to care for and she refused everybody care until she met me . I am a very caring loving patient person who absolutely loves patient care..I absolutely love being able to help people.....Caregivers are blessed to be able to care for the elderly...
I graduated high school in 2008 and received my Certified Nursing assistance license. I became a care giver because I have a passion for helping others and seeing them smile. I am a very outgoing person who is always smiling. I have a 14 month old daughter who is my world, so you can say i have lots of patients. I treat all of my clients as if they were family. I give them lots of respect and help them in any way that they may need. I do not treat them as if they were babies because most of them have lived a much longer life than I have. In my six years of experience I have worked with stroke patients, Alzheimer, dementia, g-tubes, mental disorders, fall risk patients, and more.
Growing up, every great grandparent, and grandparent on both sides of my family, suffered from the Alzheimer's gene. I watched and assisted with their care and witnessed their deterioration my entire childhood and adult life. Naturally, I sought genetic testing and learned I am a carrier of the gene. I am pursuing a career in medicine with a double major in Biology (for Pre-Med) and Neurosciences (studying regressive neurological diseases and mental disorders). I am also a mom of 2. I enjoy providing companionship care and have extensive experience (both personal and professional) and knowledge of senior care and dementia/Alzheimer's. I provide the same care to families that I would give to my own. I'm a driven, passionate person who enjoys reading, outdoor activities of any kind, and am an avid believer that anything is possible if we set out to achieve it. I hope that I can give your family peace of mind and comfort your loved ones in their time of need.
Greetings, I am LaShawn Lanham and I am interested in the Caregiver position. I have been in the field of Health and Human Services in a variety of positions for a span of eighteen years. I enjoy assisting those in need. It does my heart well to know that I am making a difference in the lives of others. I take pride in my work. My attraction to this work came naturally. I grew up watching my mother care for the elders of our family, and as my mother aged, I stepped in. I display many virtues that align with caring for others: patience, understanding, guidance, motivation, and a sense of humor. The personal achievement that I am most proud of is maintaining a balanced life of being a wife, adopting a child, returning to college, and working.
I was raised in a Christian home by my grandma, mom and dad. I attended a vocational tech school for High school where I studied nursing. I was a dental radiographer and expanded functions assistant for 18 years. I quit that to raise my sons during their teen years. I owned my own home day care business for 14 years. I went back to school and became a phlebotomist. After four years I was bored and went back to school to become a CNA. I have worked in hospitals and Hospice Houses. I have taken care of elderly in their homes because of cancer and/or hip replacements. I have worked in the ER on 12 hour shifts. I love taking care of people.
I love caregiving, I am a very fast learner. What attracted me to being a caregiver is admiring my mom always love what she has done. I really enjoy learning how to care for clients as well as making them as comforatable as possible. Today i am proud to say that I have accomplished getting my highschool diploma and my drivers license.