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Hello, if you're taking the time to read this I want to let you know you're looking in the right place ! my name is Denise, I'm 24 and I've been a cna for 4 years now. I'm experienced and love what I do. There's not something you could bring to my attention that i probably havent already encountered. Between working at premier nursing and wellcare home health ive learned a lot. I've met many great people and I am so thankful for the experiences. When I was employed at wellcare I was promoted to Lead CNA of the jacksonville location. I'm a very happy person and I pay close attention to everyone and everything I do. I realize that I'm entering other people's homes and I respect them. I dont judge and I understand everyone lives differently. I come with an open mind and an open heart ready to do my job.
1. I love to help and care for people. 2. I am so proud when at the end of the working day, everyone is safe and happy and they tell you you've done a great job! 3. I am honest and always on time. I love to work and I am a good listener. 4. I always do my best to achieve my best work!
I am a 22 year-old, Certified Nursing Assistant looking to help, love and care for others who cannot to do so, entirely, on their own. Aside from my outgoing and selfless personality, I am a very hardworking, honest and trustworthy individual trying to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse. To say the very least, I love people! I enjoy talking with and learning about others, their history and experience as a human being. Nonetheless, I take great pride in helping others to reach their full potential despite the presence of any self-benefit or lack there of. Since the moment my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was certain that I would work in the medical field. At the age of 10 when I learned about my mom's diagnosis, both my mind and body were taken over by this burning passion to enter the field of oncology. However, I discovered through personal experience that the nurses, who cared for my mom day in and day out, were really the people who made the biggest impression and ultimately, made all the difference. Had it not been for those considerate, loving and beautiful souls who cared for her, my mom's battle against cancer may have been MUCH more heart wrenching and devastating to our family. Among other things, their comfort and support motivated my mother to keep pushing even on her worst, most brutal days. With that, It would be an honor and my absolute dream come true to have the opportunity to provide such sincere love and generosity to other people, with hopes of making the same difference that those nurses once did.
I became a caregiver to provide myself with a foundation to be a nurse. I achieved my CNA and nursing certificate in psychiatric nursing specialty, with pharmacology. I went on to care for HIV /Aids patients and hospice. I have a wonderful calming and caring effect on people and have worked many outstanding cases. I was planning to get my PhD in psychology for psychologist, but I stuck with nursing as I loved it very much. I have worked from NY to San Diego and have been with one company for 20+ years. I went back to school for my BA in education, as I teach special education as well. I am always updating my psychiatric background and love learning. I have many wonderful success stories, including my patient who I was with for 4 years, as his private nurse, care manager and trainer for his caregivers. I work well independently and have great skills. I love to write and my English/Education background has helped me get published. I still write and plan to publish more work. I presently am a music reviewer and article writer for different publications. I am very diversified in skills, education and interests, but I am above all a people person who is dependable, professional, well skilled and well liked.
I have been a caregiver for more than 20 years for children and 12years for adults. I am a that enjoys helping people and respect all. Being a caregiver is something I take serious I guess that's why I see it more as a gift than a job. I love to help people and hopeful in my future help to heal people naturally one person at a time. I am a wife and a mother of two boys (13 & 5). I enjoy drawing, reading, traveling, spending time with family. I am a student and enjoy to learn. Something I am proud of is when I cured myself of type 2 diabetes when I was told that I would have it forever.
Im a great people person. I have a very caring and attentive personality. I enjoy doing things for others as well as making them feel good. I have done this work before and it truly brings enrichment into my life just caring and doing for others. I don't just love to do things for others, I truly enjoy the conversation and smiles I receive for becoming a friend and not just a care giver. I try to always understand how my patient is feeling as well as being as tender and as emotionally supportive as possible. I would love to help your loved one as well as your family.
My name is Kennedy. I am 21 years old. I love to care for people. I try to give love and help. I meal prep, cook, clean, do laundry, go to doctors appointments, help with the bathroom and baths. I also just like to sit and just be a companion because everyone needs someone. I enjoy seeing smiles an hearing stores about the patients life. I am a people pleaser all the way. I love to make people happy. I have a Great Aunt with dementia, a grandma with one kidney and a very weak cardiovascular system and both great grandparents who have had multiple strokes. All I want I is to help and bring smiles to people I care for.
I started caring for my grandmother. When she passed I went into childcare. I became a preschool teacher. I did that for 5 years. I moved to Ohio to care for family member. I am a very caring, compassionate person. I went to school and became a Certified Home Health Aide. 3 years later I went back to school and became a State Certified Nursing Assistant. I am now taking Medical Billing and Coding classes. I really love my professio, taking care of people.
I have always being around older people ever since I can remember.they always being appreciatie of what you do for them.being a care giver is very rewarding.I always being proud of the fact that I can relate with alzheimers patients or dementia patients.They are like children in a sort of way .I have been a care giver since 1991. Worked with all kinds of patients.HAVE ALOT OF PATIENCE.
I have been in the health field for over 20 years. I have worked with Developmentally Disabled Children as well as Adults. Very challenging but yet very rewarding "best part of the job" I have had over 5 different classes in behavioral management, I have worked with several hearing impaired individuals, I am fluent with asl. Home health I did a lot in Hawaii where I went to college and received my cna certification "5 credits" I truly enjoy working in a home environment I always have said, home is the place to be! I worked in three different hospitals as well as nursing facilities, home health is been the best. Currently I am looking for a companionship position, home health position as well as working with individuals that have a disability to where they need assistance. I do know asl and will be going back to school next year to get my credentials in asl. I love pets actually have some experience with dogs as well as cats. Love kids. I do have a lot of references. Guess that's all for now, :)
I love helping the elderly and being their for people to see a smile on their face brightens my day I go up and above and beyond for all my patients what attracted me to be a caregiver was when my grandma was in a nursing Hone and I seen she wasn't being treated good it really upset me to see her treated the way she was so I had a thought in my head if I could become a caregiver how would I make a difference all my clients love me I took care of my dad when he was sick I feel god has put me on this earth to help those in need would love to work for you