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Reliable, service-focused nursing professional with excellent patient-care and charting skills gained through five years of experience as a CNA. Compassionate and technically skilled in attending to patients in diverse healthcare settings. BLS and CPR certified (current). Nursing Skills Patient Care & Safety Diagnostic Testing Medical Terminology Electronic Medical Records Vital Signs & Patient Monitoring Medication Administration Privacy / HIPAA Regulations Patient Advocacy and Support
Because everyone deserves dignity in life they deserve love compassion cleanliness nutrition and companionship I love caring for the elderly and the disabled I am proud of many achievements everyday a person having a smile when she can not speak knowing another resident always comes out for breakfast knowing something was wrong calling 911 and he is still here and getting stronger everyday I have a disabled daughter and I ran a daycare for disabled children and took care of my terminally ill miss mom and decided to go into health care and became a Cna over 10 years ago and love making a difference in people lives.
I became a caregiver 20 plus years ago because I like working with people and I like making a difference in people's lives. it makes me really happy when I'm working with the elderly or just working with people in general when I know I make a difference in their life. I'm a very hard working out going person I love working I strive every day to come to work because I love doing what I do I'm very motivated very honest caring and loving
I became a caregiver because I believe what goes around comes around and I will be in their shoes some day and want to receive the care that I give to the elderly. I am always smiling and just a people person and give the elderly the time and care they deserve. I am an older woman that found my dream job. I was a stay at home mom for many years and just found that I had more to give once my children were out on their own. So I decided to go back to school in the medical field.
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 became a Caregiver after I took care of my loved ones. The most important thing in care giving is being part of a team that works around the clock to improve other people's lives. That way you become like family and create a network of friends. I am a proud Caregiver because I have been able to sustain myself and take care of my family. I am doing this work but my ultimate goal is to become an RN. After wards , I plan to do a BSN and will major in geriatrics.
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.