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I think I'm good caregiver because I love what I do. I am patient and respectful of my clients, I like for them to feel comfortable and that they can trust me. The thing I enjoy most about this job is making them feel safe. I became a caregiver when my Grams got sick and I didn't know how to care for her so I went a and learned how and that was about 20 years ago. I am a very reliable Christian. I have very good references. I am willing to travel 50 miles for 3-5 days live-in positions. My availability is Sun am - Fri 4pm.
I am a great caregiver because I first learned how to be one by helping my parents and my brother. They had certain disabilities, both physical and mental/psychological, that touched my heart and helped me realize the importance of quality of life to everyone, not just to those who are healthy. Then, I achieved 89 credits towards my BSN (bachelors degree in nursing) and graduated with honors in Surgical Technolgy from Tennessee Technology Center, First Aid at MTSU, and am a licensed CNA and am CPR/BLS certified, and have a Leadership Award from St. Thomas Hospital. I currently work at a hospital as a CNA/PCA and am looking to work part-time to possibly full-time for someone who has the need for home health and/or caregiver needs. I have excellent references and take my work seriously!
Nursing has been such a reward in my life. I became a nurse because I had family members that became chronically ill and I wanted to be able to care for them. This is my mentality when I care for others; I approach health as a whole person mind body and soul. My goal is to improve someone's daily life whether it be a keen ability to treat medical needs or by lending a hand, being a trusting companion, a compassionate ear or a shoulder to cry on. I have practiced nursing in critical care, memory care & health maintenance. My experiences & relationships are what allow me to continue to receive so many rewards and wins in my career.
Caregiving is my passion, I love being able to take care of someone that's in need or disable! Connecting with them on a personal level, talking to them, listening and learning as well. My grandmother, mother, aunt, and sister are all caregivers so since I was young I've always been around to learn how to become one. I've been caregiving for four years now. I would love to take care of your loved one.
I enjoy taking care of people because I had to take care of my mom before she died and my daughter before she that and I take care of everyone in the family when it gets sick ill or need some kind of assistant when they get out of the hospital so that's why I love taking care of people I also like taking care of kids too I enjoyed that that's what God have me to do
I used to take care of my grandparents when they was sick and I.began to live it and ive been doing it all my life now.I love caring for others on a daily basis.I care from the heart not for a paycheck.I am.proud of myself for having 11 yrs experience as a cna and will continue to achieve higher goals in the medical field.I may need some one to.care for me one day so I try my best and give my all when caring for others.I love working and caring for others.I have a good personality good sense of humor and making sure my care is donre
I have precious experience in caregiving, and have had grandparents who had Alzhiemers that I helped take care of. I am currently in nursing school and have one more year until I graduate. I love caregiving and establishing a relationship with my patients. I have a passion for geriatric care and helping others.
Hi! I have a passion for working with the elderly because each person has unique characteristics to learn. I enjoy assisting each person any way I can and spreading my positive attitude. My favorite part of caregiving is providing companionship. My strengths are great customer service, strong work ethic, ( on time, alert for time off, complete all work) and professional. I have experience working with persons with dementia, cancer, and depression. I know how to take vitals. I am currently persuing my Associate's degree in Medical Assisting. One wow fact about myself is that I have developed three community programs one of which is called Lost, But God Found. It is a mentoring program through my church to assist grieving widows of either gender. To learn more about me or if you are interested in my services please see my profile.
In my past I have had many jobs in the industrial field and realized that through performing routine tasks there is a larger scale product involved. Each task must be done with quality in order to serve the company as a whole. All of the parts come together in order to make a whole. I see this when I serve a patient as well. Even though I may just be a tech, I realize that my job is just as important as everyone on the nursing team. If I don’t perform efficiently or diligently it effects not only my patients, but the team as a whole suffers. During my CNA classes I learned that providing quality care was a vital part of improving and maintaining optimal health. I have had some private care jobs where I worked as a unlicensed tech and during my time doing this I realized the joy I can bring to others as well as the joy it gives me to serve those whom have provided a path for me to embrace my goals.
Hello. My name is Jay Clark. I have 16 years experience in the health care field including convalescence centers, geriatric and skilled care units, and home health. More importantly I am a father and a husband and family is very important to me. I always treat the person that I am working with as though they were my family. I hope you consider me.