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I'm a great caregiver because I enjoy being patient with people that are not ambulatory or have difficulties in later age with their mobility. My mother was a nurse and I believe I was born for this career. I love taking care of clients and being able to help and be a listening ear to them. I treat people the way that I would someday want to be treated. I graduated PHI THETA KAPPA, and I received a Gold Letter Award in 1992 for my knowledge of 10,000 Medical Terms. I remained on the CNA certification list from 1989-2009 with no complaints on file. I attended AUGUSTA UNIVERSITY for my first 2 years and continued toward obtaining my Associate of Arts Degree from EAST GEORGIA STATE COLLEGE. I graduated May 2017 with a major in Psychology. Having this degree also qualifies me to work sufficiently in the Healthcare field.
I'm energetic self starter who is creative and can work hard and independent. I'm enthusiastic when it comes to work and having a positive attitude. I enjoy working with all walks of life and I love to serve. I have great work ethics and posses great decision making skills and I'm reliable. I strive to make a safe environment for my clients and myself.
When given a chance, my reputation will speaks for itself because l'm *compassionate, *reliable, *attentive to detail, *excellent written & oral communications *dependable, *works well under pressure, *flexible, * time, management, *self-discipline, and a *team player. I find it necessary to work as a caregiver because the rewards are immeasurable. I enjoy working with people who appreciate the help of a health care team as the two strives to make the necessary health improvement or to maintain some measure of balanced well roundedness within ones own health care. I am most proud of how my son carries the tourch of compassionate forward in helping others.
I became a caregiver to be able to help someone in need as well as putting a smile on their face at the end of the day. I started out with assisting the elderly at the age of twelve and the person I provided care for was my great grandmother. I like the sense of satisfaction, confidence, and accomplishment when caring for people in need along with building new relationships with the client and their families. A personal achievement that I am very proud of is being able to give back to other who are in need. On behalf of myself and my Criminal Justice Association members we did a clothing drive for the Salvation Army we held the drive from April 24-May 1, 2014 we were able to collect lots of clothing for all ages and for females and males along with other household items all for families in need. I am a Criminal Justice major at Strayer University, I belong to the American Criminal Justice Association and I am also the vice president. I am a very outgoing person, I pay very close attention to detail when caring for others. I have been in the nursing field off and on for about twelve years if not longer.
1.I'm Patient and Understanding,My Personality, My Experience, I have Accountability. I can take Criticism. 2.I been Caregiving for more than thirty years. And I still love what I do. Providing home caregiving service's, To those that wouldn't be able to do for them self. To put a smile on their faces.3. I love what I do. Helping each client I ever work with. Taking care of the individual.people that need my help gives me joy. 4.Is to know that I made the right decision in my life to become a caregiver. To encourage the client that they do have someone to care for them. That their life mean something to someone.
I have been a caregiver for 16 years from California to Georgia, the passion I give with my care can not be beat. I have skills and techniques that set me a part from other caregivers and I do things with my clients not for them and not forcefully. Giving each person a sense of assistance that make them feel good about themselves. Number 1 thing I hear the most... JOB WELL DONE. THANK YOU.
1 When I'm caring for my clients I show them respect, love and give them the best care I can. 2 When I was a little girl my great grandma was in a care home and I wanted to stay with her and take care of her. From that time on I wanted to take care of people and that I have done for 24 years 3 I enjoy knowing I have made some one happy and made them feel safe and cared for. 4I have been able to make some one happy . Given them a happy file by showing I care. When a client ask me when I'm coming back I know That i am needed and they want me because of my care.
I first became a caregiver when I started taking care of my aging parents. It was imperative to me that they were comfortable, healthy, and happy. I was educated in a lot of things but none of those things satisfied me as much as caring for people who couldn't properly care for themselves. I knew from that satisfaction that, being a caregiver and companion was a gift that I possessed. I feel a since of pride and accomplishment when my clients bond with me to the point that they only want me to care for them.
Hello my name is Sylvesha. I'm a Certified Nursing Assistant on Georgia, Florida, South Carolina and Virginia registry. Im also CPR and First Aide Certified. I have a Clean Criminal Background and Motor vehicle record. I have experience in Longterm care, Light house keeping, Preparing Meals, Running errands, Laundry, Sweeping and mopping, Medication reminder,ect. I'm very passionate about my job. I enjoy making the lives of other stress free.
Hi there! My name is Lexis McGee and I believe that care giving is my one true calling in life. I have worked most recently with being a caregiver for children and loved it however I believe that making our older years the best that can be is something I would excel at. I have patience, understanding, and most of all, compassion. I am a person who loves to make someones else's day the best that it can be and making sure that I am part of the process to getting in that way. I have a big heart and a love for people which, I feel, makes me a great caregiver. Life is the most precious gift we have and I am here to make sure it stays that way all the way through.
I treat people the way they want to be treated like family,try to make them comfortable in they home.I don't like seeing people being hurt by other people wouldn't want that to happen to nobody in my family ,so I try to treat people good .I like talking to my clients listening to the good old days on how they used to do this and that so that I can encourage them to let's do somethings that they like.Being a caregiver gave me the chance to be able to take care of my own mother in the time of needs and she deserves so that 's what I give to my clients.
I became a caregiver when I went back to college to get my BA in 2015. I had no idea how rewarding it would be or how well it would suit me! As a mother of a 1st grader and the daughter of elderly parents, I have more experience than my employment in the field would suggest. I am a naturally caring, trustworthy, and empathetic person. Being a caregiver means helping someone live their life to the fullest extent possible in a happy healthy environment. In my last year of college, I concentrated on social gerontology and my senior thesis was on age-segregation of the elderly. I am especially proud the genealogy researched for my last client. She was so pleased to have that record of her family's history and it was a project we could enjoy together.
great caregiver: Empathy and compassion...By showing both empathy and compassion caregivers person care about the person and want to do what they can to help them. Patience...Ability to follow set rules and protocol. ... Time management and organizational skills. ...Taking care of sick people that needs my help gives me joy in my heart and it let me know they need people to work with them that care.