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Certified PCSP (Personal Care Service Provider) with 9 years experience working with disabled, rehabilitating, elderly, and terminally ill clientele. Work independently of/or collaboratively with medical professionals; providing assistance with ADL's, personal care, monitoring medications and vital signs. Observe and report physical and/or mental changes of client and attend to needs in a professional and timely manner. Will take initiative to discuss/improve situations of difficulty for clients. Committed to providing confident, respectful care to clients allowing them to maintain their independence with dignity throughout the difficult process of aging or recovery. Dependable, encouraging, confidential, emphatic, patient, honest, trustworthy, supportive, physically fit, and of course, "Humble"!
Ever since freshman year in high school, I have always wanted to do something that related to the medical field. First it was orthopedics and then pharmacy. I did not know that my mind would change to care giver until my junior year. I took a health science technology class starting my junior year. It was a two year class. Junior year was more focused on anatomy and physiology and Senior year we got to decide which path we wanted to go down. I chose the LNA path. I have always wanted to help people and going towards this path seemed like a sure-fire way to get there. I loved doing my clinicals at the two nursing homes near my school. It was an amazing experience. Knowing that I can help someone get through their day a little easier meant the world to me. Almost six years after graduating high school, I am still doing what I love and taking care of the people that need it the most.
Skills & Certifications: Licensed Nursing Assistant
........I became a caregiver in 1990 and have been caring for others every since, I truly love what I do and love the fact that I know I am Making a differences in others life. I have experience with Alzheimer's/dementia,stroke,Parkinson's,hospice etc have God references, I can help with Adls.rom...med reminders,vitals,cooking,cleaning etc
Becoming a Caregiver was out of necessity, to fulfill one woman's simple request of not being placed into a nursing home. She had had a challenging childhood: daily nourishment often was tea and bread; coats were used as blankets during the evening. She persevered during her marriage, raising a brood of children while being the dutiful wife. So, when called upon, it was an opportunity to give back. I have found that I have great resolve, have not floundered in my integrity, and have given care with compassion and kindness. In doing so, I have been greatly rewarded.
I love what I do, and I treat my clients with respect and honesty. I care for my elderly clients as if were my own family. I'm great at what I do, from experience with so many different aspects of my career. Started as Lna in 2008 and continued my education to Mna and phlebotomy. I wanted to learn more about certain diseases and what happens to our bodies with age. My curiosity pushed me to learn more and take classes in Alzheimer's research and Dementia. To further understand my clients so I could help them the best way possible. Also to meet there needs. Every person is different and with age is change..its not easy for them I'VE LEARNED TO JOIN THEIR JOURNEY!
I started by caring for my mom. she had a stroke and cancer. so i went to LNA school to care for her. I also had to move her from her home so i can care for her and my three kids. I like the smile on there face when they see me that alone make me feel like just showung up made there day.my personal gitf is taking care of my mom she have 12 kids out off nine me and one of my brothers took care of her for five years. that i am very proud of.I am a very heart felt person in my family.I help keep the family together by having alot of family get togethers.thats my job. in a family of 12
I became a care giver because I enjoy people and felt I had a lot to contribute to the lives of others and to society. Caregiving allows me to give of myself to help those who have a difficult time carrying out their activities of daily living. I am proud of serving as an LNA in the Geropsychiatric unit at the local hospital. I feel I contributed to giving dignity and respect to the patients that were there. I truly enjoyed facilitating the groups social activities hour. As much as the patients enjoyed contributing I also learned a lot.
I became an LNA/caregiver, last year, because helping those who need a little or a lot, is very rewarding. I feel great to go to work and my residents are happy to see me and always ask for me. This assures me I'm doing my job and doing it well. I am a mother of three, nana to five. It was always my grandmother's wish for me to become a nurse. She always said I had a very living, caring personality, and my calling was to care for others. Due to raising my family, I put it off until last year. I wish now, I had begun sooner.
1.) I became a caregiver because at a young age my grandmother was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. I watched her battle through and eventually she lost the war. On top of the cancer my nana also had a brain tumor, epilepsy, and high blood pressure that needed to be monitored daily. Helping her through her battle and watching her go through her ups and downs gave me the drive I needed to pursue a career in the health field. 2.) What I like mainly about being a caregiver is being able to help others and having success stories. Being able to help others and seeing them be happy even if its for a short period of time makes it well worth it. 3.) A personal achievement that i am proud of is applying and being accepted into a Medical Assistant program. I am proud that not only did I finish the program but i graduated with honors. 4.) Something about myself: I love what I do. The career that I have chosen for myself fulfills me in ways that are indescribable. I love people, I love being able to strike up a conversation about anything to anyone. I am a very family oriented person, my mom has 2 other sisters and my father is 1 of 10 children so family is very important to me. I am the oldest of 3 and have a half sister that is 4. My youngest brother also just had a baby so I have a 9 month old nephew that I couldn't picture life without. I set goals for myself and try my hardest to fulfill the goals i set, whether they're daily, weekly, monthly or yearly goals i try
Skills & Certifications: Medical Assistant