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I will be relocating to humble tx by November 2018 (late) My name is La Sondra Coleman I have years of experience of: Help clients take prescribed medication Assisting clients with ambulation and mobility around the house or outside (doctor's appointments, walks etc.) Assisting clients with personal care and hygiene Working in love, I wear my heart on my shelve when it comes to the elderly. My personality traits that help me become a caregiver/CNA are: openness, Extraversion, and last but not least; agreeableness. What I enjoy the most being a caregiver for over 5+ yrs is knowing that I'm able to be a second pair of eyes and ears and legs and ability to help the ones that aren't able to. I became a caregiver after taking care of my great aunt that I lost a yr ago she was my mom, I promised her I would continue to serve. Thank you for stopping by my page
I became a caregiver because my Grandmother was stricken with Alzheimer's disease and I stopped everything and took care of her till the end. I believe God gave me this gift through my Grandmother because once she passed I continued on with another client then another and before I knew it I was loving what I was doing and I was passionate about it. I eventually went back to school and became certified. I am a loving, loyal, honest, kind, and a caring person and I have a lot of patience.
Hello, my name is Carrie Wallace. I became a caregiver because I am passionate about taking care of people. I strongly believe everyone deserves trustworthy, dependable, and compassionate care and be treated as if they were a member of my own family. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is getting to know people from all ages, stages and walks of life. As a CNA, I continue to take the necessary college courses to work towards becoming a Registered Nurse. I consider caregiving to be an enriching profession where I am compassionate, patient, considerate, nurturing, responsible, reliable, honest and family oriented. I offer experience with medical management, mobility assistance, bathing, dressing, transferring, eating, walking, grooming, toileting, personal care, light housework, laundry, meal preparation, shopping, errands, and companionship. My proudest personal achievement has been raising of my two, now grown, sons, who have both become very good young men.
Hello, My name is Barbra Duku.I have worked for various assisted living facilities and privately with families. My job consisted in companionship, meal prep, administration of meds, ran errands, etc. I am also a qualified in CPR, First Aide, Med Aide, CPI. I have always had a love for caring for others. I have a resume that details my work history, experience, professional skills, and side jobs. I am more than happy to email it to you. So please feel free to request a resume.
I am a 51 yr old woman.i am divorced I have 3 grown children I have been in the medical field for 35 yrs ,I started in nursing homes then went to personhospital and them done some ISL work. In group homes then I went to private duty nursing.i love what I do .I have done private duty for the past 10 years I love it most of all .I have my own transportation I'm very dependable. Loving caring person.
The things make me a great caregiver are I'm very patient, I am also very understanding. What attracted me to being a caregiver is my brother has mental illness as well so I know good tactics about helping others. I enjoy most about being a caregiver is seeing the clients is to see them smile and laugh. One of my personal achievements is buying a new car
Hi, my name is Shannan. I am 19 years old. I have 2 half brother and 2 half sisters. I have been a CNA since Feb. 2017. I also graduated the year from high school. I am engaged, and soon moving back up to the Lake area. I love taking care of clients and just listen to them telling stories. I'm an outgoing, creative, fun person. I love to get my clients up and going when I can. I would love to come help you care for your loved one.
I became a caregiver because I like knowing that I can make a difference in someone's life or even just help better their day. I love meeting all the different people with this job. It's always a new adventure every day which makes it more enjoyable and I love all the different personalities. I am proud to say that I have managed to get my C.N.A and find a job that I have fallen in love with. I am a mother of four and proud to be. I knew i would love this type of job because I love caring for others and helping them with what I can!
I grew up with a grandma who had strokes. She eventually became paralyzed from a stroke. I would watch my family do everything for her. When I turned 14 I began volunteering to do something she needed and I would stay the weekends and be the only one there to care for her. It brought us closer together. The best thing about being a caregiver would have to be the elderly you meet and the bond you create with them. My biggest achievement so far in life would be getting married. I am easy to get along with but I take my job very serious. I began in nursing when I was 22. My mom worked in nursing for 28yrs. and now I understand why my mom was happy and sad at the same time. Taking care of another human being is the most exciting and heartbreaking job.
I became a caregiver because I have a passion to help people in need. I want to make a difference in someones life, to be able to lend a hand when needed, and an ear to listen. What I like about being a cargiver is just beibg able to be there for a person when they at times may feel like they are alone and don't have any one to talk to or seeing the smile on their face after I have done what they have asked of me. I like being that friend when they need it. The thing I can say I am proud of is the fact that I don't give up. When the father of my 3 son's passed away I did not give up on myself nor did I give up on them I pushed myself to be a better mother as well as example to them. My most resent achievement was relocating from Colorodo to Columbia with my boys and my soon to be husband to start over with just us for a new begining. I find joy in meeting new people and trying new things. I am a hard worker and I always keep a smile on my face.
I'm very compassionate, caring, loyal, trustworthy, patient, dependable, responsible and reliable. I'm very compassionate about my work and i really enjoy caring for others. I've always given my "all" in every client that i have worked with. I have a gift of patience, caring and understanding. I've always had a nurturing spirit and it is a rewarding experience to help others. I've been working as a Private Duty caregiver for approximately 40 years with Hospice , Alzheimer, Dementia &, Parkinson and elderly clients. My personal achievement is to be the very best at every opportunity God has blessed me with; and make my client feel as safe and secure while in my care. I've worked with terminally ill clients from the beginning until the end(administered medications, contacted hospice & family, etc). I would take care of feeding tubes(flushing, hook& unhook(Kangaroo pump). I've worked with clients as a Personal Care Asst, Direct Support Asst and an advanced personal aide with wound care, catheter care, bladder/bowel care, bathing, dressing, grooming, meal preparation, laundry, companionship, shopping, errands, etc. I took care of my husband that passed away suddenly 7 years ago, my ill mother-in-law and terminally ill father. I'm available evenings, overnights(preferably) and weekends. I have a full-time job, but am available as soon as possible.
Registered Nurse with Multi State Active Unrestricted License. I have over 15 years experience caring for geriatric/elderly population. I have worked in home health and also long term care/nursing home setting. Established and ran my own in home foot care business, which specialized in trimming toenails for those with medical conditions or difficult nails.