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I want to become a caregiver, because I love helping people putting a smile on their faces. Last year my father had a stroke. I took care of him. Washing his clothes, make sure he took his medication. Take him what every he need to go. I'll cook for him. Made sure he had a smile on his face. That's why I enjoyed helping him.. I'm fun outgoing person, nice and always respectful. Do what I am told. Do everything to my best abilities..
I kinda always was a caregiver and didn't know it. Both of my parents worked and I was much older than my step brother and sister, so I did all the house work and taking care of them from an early age. I also grew up with my aunt who was a spastic quadriplegic, so I learned how to do a lot there. I have had many patients, most were the ones everyone else had bad trouble with. I'm kinda the guy, that I can handle pretty much anything from full Dementia, to full quadriplegic. I have my state license in CNA, ACNA, and Phlebotomy. I have excellent experience and very good references. The last question that I am proud of is: My mother was passing in the hospital and couldn't have her placed in a home. So I brought her home with me and kept her alive for another month before she passed away with me. At the end she had full blown dementia, it was quite an ordeal to go through. So with that experience it has taught me a lot of what other families could be going through.
Im sierra! Im 23 years old and currently working my way towards nursing school. I have 10 years experience of babysitting and 6 years experience of elderly care sitting. I have been responsible for companionship, feeding, bathing, meals and medications. I am CPR and basic health certified. I have completed CNA and Phlebotomy certification classes as well.
Being able to empathize allows me to put myself in patient shoes, and identify and ease the patients fears and discomfort. Having passion for what I do allows me to be the best caregiver that I can possibly be. I love my job. I genuinely care for my patients and people who are in need. I'm constantly looking for ways to improve my job performance ultimately, to make the lives of each patient the best it can possibly be. Having traits such as honesty and trustworthiness are are indispensable qualities everyone should have. Especially when in the homes of others. There will be many hurdles along the way when caring for different patients. Having patience's and being flexible will allow me plenty of opportunities in the field of nursing.
Hi, I'm Ashley , and love working with elders.. it is my passion , and it all started when I was asked to help care for my grandma with Parkinson's , I worked with her for 4 years full time and she encouraged me to do nursing school, but between having 2 kids , ages 9 and 6 nursing school is not in the cards , I am very outgoing , and love to listen. I am caring and patient. I love doing the CNA side of the work , I also got my certification for phelbotomy and medication aide.
I became a caregiver about 6 years ago the reason why I took the positon because I have a good heart when it come to dealing with older people. I enjoy doing it I like to see the happines on there face when u take the time to sit down talkk to them make them feel good about themselves and they well being. My prrsonal achievement I would say god gave the heart to love and be a caring person. Im very outgoing very dependable love to work love making others feel good about there self.
I have been a caregiver for over 16 years now. I really enjoy the work that I do like working and helping individuals achieve their goals which they are trying to accomplish. Helping them with whatever their needs maybe. I feel that I would be good for this job because I have training in med Tech also first-aide CPR and defensive driving. I like my job I just need to make more money.l hope that you will give me a chance to work for your company.
My name is Jennifer Wenninger. I have done caregiver work on and off for the last 20 years or so. I started out as a CNA at a nursing home. I continued as a CNA for about 10 years. The last three years of my life I have worked with adults with disabilities at an ADS in Wisconsin. I have recently relocated to NC. I feel as though a caregiver is what I was meant to do in life. I have completed 2 years of college towards my dream of becoming and RN. I would love to continue being a caregiver and eventually continue my path of becoming an RN. I have a kind heart, and I am a fast learner. I have the ability to sense when something is going on with an individual even when they are unable to speak. I believe this is something that is necessary when being a caregiver. I love to make a difference in peoples lives, and make someone smile at least once a day. A smile is worth a thousand words. One of the things that sticks out in my mind the most as a somewhat personal achievement happened at my last job. I had a client that started at the ADS I was employed at. We were given a write up of some of the things that may work for her behaviors. Within a years time I was able to bond with this client and was able to make her more functional in daily living. She was able to go out into the community and not have a melt down, something she was never able to do her entire life. She learned to trust me and we became friends. We had mutual respect for one another and progressed every single day.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping others. I enjoy being a caregiver because there are so many people out there that I can help and helping others brings me joy. I am proud to have accomplished loosing weight and gaining control of my eating and dieting habits. It has been over five years and going strong with the new lifestyle that I have found. I am an empathetic, patient and compassionate person who through my 15 plus years experience as a caregiver and my 10 years as a mother have learned that there is nothing too extensive or out of reach that I would not try to do to help even the least of these. I love what I do!
I am very caring and outgoing. I will go above and beyond my job duties. I cared for my grandma at a very you age, and develop a passion for health care. I love being able to make a difference, and put a smile on some ones face. I very proud to have graduated from nursing school this summer.