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i love being a caregiver because I have elderly parents and I enjoy taking care of them to my greatest achievement is when im off work and a resident tells a supervisor to call me and ask me to come to work that means I have made a impact on they life I love being in the medical field and iam currently furthering my carrer in the medical field
I have trained and worked as a CNA for over 25 years, which includes hospice. My experience far out way my training because of my desire to continually expand my skills and training, which adds to my services rendered to clients. There is no illness or disease I have not worked with. I will be a welcome asset to any client who acquire my services.
Thank you for considering me! I am a mother, wife, and have been a housewife for many years. Your care is as important to me as my own family. I am trustworthy, loyal, nurturing, and I have some education. I feel like I am a compassionate person and my references would agree. I keep a clean house and I'm very organized. I cared for one of my great grandmother until she passed away in 2015-she was 87. I also helped and cared for my other great grandmother who passed away in December of 2018. She had Alzheimer's and was in a nursing home but I spent a lot of time there brushing her hair, talking to her, making her laugh and smile, feeding her, and helping with her grooming and anything she needed. So life experience has been the best experience! I really have a passion and respect for our elders and they deserve the best. I love learning from their wisdom and I love the companionship. I also love to cook and I absolutely love helping anyone in anyway I can.
I believe the qualities that make me a great caregiver are patience, compassion and attentiveness. These qualities are essential in assisting a patient at their bedside in their time of need. As stressful it can be for someone who no longer has the physical ability they once had, there needs to be someone who is understanding and empathetic to their desires to ensure comfort. My interest in becoming a caregiver comes from being the one my grandparents call on for help. I strongly believe in giving back to the community and equal effort for all ages of those in stand in the need of care. My enjoyment stems from seeing interacting and seeing my patients smile. I'm proud of the fact that step by step I'm making an impact on my patients as they always ask to see me again. Once I secure the peace of mind in my patients' families hearts and minds, my job is complete.
Hello! My name is Alicia. I am 30 years old with a wonderful family. I have been doing caregiving since I was 15 years old. I used to help take care of my grandparents and help them with baths. Being a caregiver is something that I am very compassionate about and I enjoy and absolutely love doing. I love the feeling of being able to help others.
I am originally from New York and am of Italian descent. I am married to a retired U. S. Navy man and therefore have some basic knowledge and appreciation of the military. I have been in the healthcare field for the last 21 years and switched over to Home Health in 2005. I really enjoy helping people with their health needs, especially those who cannot do for themselves, such as the disabled or elderly. Most of my patients have been the elderly suffering from dementia or Alzheimers. However, I have also cared for a couple of centenarians who simply needed companionship and occasional errands done for them. I am a very friendly and outgoing person who is also very neat and clean.
I have an outgoing personality. I smile a lot and like to get others to smile back. I like to talk to patients, get them to tell stories of happy times. I am attentive to a patients needs. I am patient, physically fit and can stay awake as long as needed. I have determination and a don't quit attitude. Two years ago for my 50th Birthday, I hiked 1100 miles on the Appalachian Trail.
I'm a kind and caring person who loves to help anyone that I can. I love life and being able to put a smile on someone face. I'm reliable and a hard worker. I have 17 year's of experience I have worked with patients with dementia,congestive heart failure, hospice care,stroke and much more.I'm a very trustworthy person. So I'm looking to give you a piece of mind while caring for your love one.
What makes me a great caregiver is because this is my God given Gift to care for His love ones. We each have a Gift that God has given us before we were born, and mines is to be able to care for the Elderly. At the end of the day, I get to go home knowing that I was given an opportunity, and the challenge and the blessing of being able to care for the Elderly. I think that's why I was put on this earth, and I think its' my calling like I said earlier in this statement. This is my purpose in life, and I am fulfilled by doing so. Below is a prayer I wrote. Our father, as I enter into the Homes of your love ones, I bring your presence with me. I speak your Peace, your Grace, your Mercy and your Perfect Order as I, the caregiver do your will. I acknowledge your power over all that will be spoken, though, decided, and done within these walls. Lord, I thank you for the Gifts that you have blessed me with. I commit to using them responsibly in your Honor. Give me a fresh supply of strength to do your will. Anoint my projects, and ideas, so that even my smallest accomplishment may bring you Glory. Our Heavenly Father, when I as your Servant am confused; guide, and lead me. When I am burned out, infuse me with the Light of the Holy Spirit. May the work that I do, and the way that I do it, bring Faith, Joy, and a Smile to all of your love ones that I come in contact with each and every day. Thank you Heavenly Father for given me, the Caregiver an opportunity, and the challenge, and the Blessings of being able to care for, and to help your love ones, the ELDERLY. In Jesus name, I pray, AMEN So you see, this is who I am, and my Character, and who God created me to be! Thank you!
I started taking care of the elderly when I was 17 and I am now 45. I have worked in the medical field my whole life. It is all I want to do. I love to take care of other people. Over the last 28 years I have dealt with many types of people and have never met a stranger or a problem that I could not deal with. I am a Certified Medication Aide as well as a Certified Nurse Aide. They say when you love what you do at work that you never really worked at all. That is me.