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I grew up in a small town in MA with four siblings, and pursued a career in nursing as I felt this best fit my personality and wanted the challenge that nursing provided. I easily connect with people and am an optimistic person, always trying to find the positive in any situation, able to be realistic and honest with others. I find great pleasure caring for others and making their life easier. I am proud and thankful that I was able to provide care for our immediate family and now find, with a new move to Vermont, that I have the time and energy to continue this with friends and neighbors in our southern area of Vermont.
I became a care giver at a very young age i used to go to work with my mother and help out with what ever i could, i became a cna at the age of 12, and have been around the elderly my whole life,I like being a care giver because i enjoy helping people, and listening to there storys from when they were young, My achievement is helping people that need it the most and some of the eldrely have no family so i try to become there family and put a smile on there face thats my achievement making someone happy. i am a recent widow and i have 2 grow children and 3 grandchildren,i live alone and enjoy life.
I am a natural care giver at heart. Its in my nature to always being careing for others. I have always wanted to be a nurse so i can help others .caregiving is the most rewarding career. I have gained so much from my clients. I love people and exspecially my elders. I have always been refereed to as an old soul. Im extremely patient .a very good listener and of coarse compassionate exspecially for my clients. Caregiving has truly given me a purpose and thats been to make someones weeks, months or last years of there life the best they can be . There is nothing more rewarding then watching that happen.
Hi there! I have 25 plus years experience as a caregiver and first responder. My area of expertise is in caring for seniors living with dementia and adults with developmental disabilities. I'm a retired LPN of 15 years active status. I possess excellent references, own a reliable vehicle and am in great health at 55. I am joyful, dependable, positive and communicate well with family members and medical professionals.
I am a compassionate and caring individual. I have cared for elderly people in the past including my grandmother who had heart failure and my Father who battled cancer and passed in 2010. I understand the importance of companionship for everyone but especially for those who are ill or in recovery. I enjoy helping those in need and make it a point to help put a smile on their face as often as possible. As far as my background, For ten years I worked in a group home with individuals with various disabilities. My day consisted of taking them on day trips, dispensing medication, housekeeping, and meal preparation. I also have a bachelors degree in psychology with a minor in human services. I would describe myself as energetic, down to earth, reliable and ethical. I treat all individuals with the dignity and respect they deserve.
I have been a caregiver since 1992, beginning with family and friends. I have experience with veterans, and cancer, hospice, geriatric, rehabilitation, and stroke patients. I am a patient/resident advocate and have worked with the VA, private facilities, and families to ensure the patient receives the care they want.
to tell you the truth i was 17 years old and neede a job, there was an add in the paper for cna training(free), and i signed up< i took the class and passed< here i am 35 and still a cna. i feel that is my calling, ive delt with many residents from sych. patients to just elderly patients that needed help with daily activities. i sometimes feel that i can be apart of there life just because im around them and there situations every day. when i go to work, and hear, "hi,were you been?" it realy makes me feel that i have an impact on there life. thats a good feeling. im a fast learner, very outgoing and love to laugh, and make people laugh around me.
I became a caregiver after graduating highschool because I wanted to get a job that actually meant something and I thought I'd make a big difference in this field. One thing I like about being a caregiver is I really like helping people who are in need it makes me feel good about myself that I can be there for someone who really appreciates what I am doing for them. One personal achievement that I am proud of is actually getting through the CNA class I decided to take because I wouldn't be where I am if it wasn't for that. One thing I can say about myself from what other people have told me is I am a diligent worker always considering others and that I can always make someone smile even when they are feeling really down
I have been a Caregiver/Med tech for 4 years. I really find working with Elderly enjoyable. I'm also a Certified Medical Asst. I'm very experienced with cooking and create healthy meals. In addition, I started a garden at my last job for the 6 ladies I was honored to spend time with. I think we all could learn from our elders, they have so much to give to us. Thank you for your time and consideration.Gina
1. I became a care giver, because I wanted a career that would make a difference in the lives of other. I find no greater joy then helping those in need. 2. What I like most about being a caregiver is the satisfaction of caring for others. Knowing that you have helped someone, is enough to make me love what I do. 3. A personal achievement I am proud of is having a child at a young age, while attending college for a nursing degree. I didn't give up going to school and working towards a degree. Having my child was my biggest motivation to continue towards my degree. 4. I currently work at an elementary school as a paraprofessional. I work with a 4 year old disabled boy, it is a tough job but very rewarding!