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Nurturing Caregiver - Helping people live full, independent and dignified lives within the comfort of their own homes since 2004. - Dedicated to providing comprehensive in-home care that enriches patient lives. - Committed to helping patients maintain the highest possible level of independent living. - Highly dependable and reliable caregiver who loves taking care of the elderly.
I love the fulfillment I receive by being a care giver. My first job, off the farm, was as a CNA in a retirement home. There I cared for one of several wings full of elderly people all with various levels of need. I have found that working with the elderly and being able to bring stability and comfort to their daily lives, the most rewarding job I've ever had. I take care of elderly couples in their 90's to ensure their life quality at home. Love my references.... Today, my grandma is still living independently in a very large home; at the age of 99; that she has maintained for many years. With some outside help, such as myself, she is able to go on living there instead of a retirement home. I look forward to working with my clients and see how I can make things safe and capable for them. I've also come to realize, that even a person, my own age, can have so many needs too and with just the right person to assist with the activities of daily living, makes all the difference in the world to so many people.
Skills & Certifications: Home Health Aide (HHA)
Being from the Philippines, I come from a culture that cares for their elderly as a natural part of life. I have been a caregiver, here in the US, for 23+ years. I have managed, and worked in Adult Family Homes, and also cared for my beloved patients in my home and theirs. I have found that I am intuitive about subtle changes they display that mark health problems early. Most importantly, I have loved every one of my people. I am registered NAR in the State of WA.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I have been a care provider for over 20 years. I started in this feild taking care of my Quadriplegic brother , 25 years ago. I have my HCA and worked in behavioral health with many diverse client's needs. I am a people person and work hard at all i do. I have and am on call for Eastern Wa/DSHS. For personal care providers. I have all my credentials up to date and can verify.
Skills & Certifications: Nursing Assistant Registered (NAR)
Compassion and ability to understand clients needs focusing on his physical restrictions, mental disorders, age, could be great skills for caregiver and to make him professionally great. Not just job opportunity but is also some details in this career which are relevant to my talents and my skills, that is area where I see myself efficient and useful for that specific population of human beings. Learning process from clients something new how to deal with certain difficult situations when people appeared to be less susceptible by regular community. Ability to be empathetic to elderly clients and communicate with them especially when at the end of life period.
Skills & Certifications: Home Care Aide (HCA), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
I have been a cna in idaho and Washington for about 8 years total. I like helping the elderly so they can stay in there home. The elderly are so interesting to talk too. I enjoy helping people it makes me feel important when i have helped someone and made them happy. Im proudof myself for wanting to stay in this career even though there are some difficult illnesses that people have and trying to figure out how to help them to the best of my abilities.
Hi, my name is Franklin. I am currently a Junior at Whitworth University in the Premed Track. I currently have the following certifications/ training. Nursing Assistant Registered July 2018. Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA/NAC) expected August 2018. Mental Health Specialty Training Certificate July 2018. Capable Caregiver, Level 1 Dementia Specialty Certificate July 2018. Nurse Delegation Core Training August 2018. Nurse Delegation Special Focus on Diabetes Training August 2018. Washington State DOH HIV/AIDS 7-Hour Certification July 2018. Basic Life Support (American Heart Association) July 2018. Heartsaver First Aid/CPR/AED (American Heart Association) July 2018. Washington State food worker Card July 2018. I am passionate about caring about the elderly because my grandparents experienced good quality senior care which improved and elongated their lives and I hope to reciprocate the holistic kind of care my grandparents, received to my clients.
I have been doing caregiving for quiet some time now and I have come to realize working with the elderly is really where I'm most happy working. I get along great with them , I enjoy there company and there wisdom they have and the many stories they share from the past. They all make me want to be a better caregiver everyday. It's been very rewarding and I'm proud of the caregiver I've become. I'm very caring very reliable and I'm laid back, I like to joke around with them , love seeing the smiles on there faces. I enjoy getting them all cleaned up and dressed for the day looking very nice. I also love it when they remember me and thank me for doing a good job . It reminds me why I do what I do. Caregiving is not for the weak. I do it because I can and because I love taking care of these people. They have all held a special place in my heart.
Because I believe in giving back to the community. I get such satisfaction for enriching the lives of others. My favorite personal achievement was when helping a DD client to graduate High School. I have worked in home care and also in a state run facility for over 18 years. I have always preferred home care as it's more fulfilling to help someone 1 to 1 than having multiple clients.
I became a caregiver because I love helping others. My favorite part about being a caregiver is giving the elders someone to talk to. I once had a widower who was an elder neighbor which I visited frequently. I would help her with her yard work, grocery shopping, play games, and one time she was doing yard work when she tripped over her hoe and broke her nose and the antibiotic they gave her made her drowsy so she was afraid to sleep at her house by herself so I spent the night.
I am a care giver for intellectually disabled adults. I have about 3 years experience in this field between 2 different companies. I administer medications including diabetic support. I take care of meal prep, showers, toileting and daily living tasks. I have my NAR and am nurse delegated. I am a very patient and loving person and would love to care for your loved ones :)