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Hi I want to take a little bit about me I'm am 38 year old a mother with one daughter she is 16 I'm a certified CNA also CBRF train been working in this field for 12 years Nursing Homes, Supported living, Assisted living, personal care I work went all type of people young and the Elder also with disability and behavior problems I got in this feel because I like helping people we all get older things happen to people we don't know why treat people the way you want to be treated with love kindness understand as a mother I understand how to be a parent allso as a sister and auntie love you have for your loved ones is so endearing also so important have a person would help take care of your loved ones who understand so if I'm saying I'm a good candidate yes have some years experience Ben in different situation. Do I know everything no do I know a lot yes is I'm still learning yes nice loving caring and tell the truth that's my model.
Hello my name is Maxine. I have been in the helping field for over 10 years. I love working with seniors also clients with intellectual disabilities. I also enjoy serving homeless and mentoring youths. My mother was diagnosis with Dementia/ Alzheimer's in 2014. Comfortable with small children. Please feel free to contact me if needed. I do have references. Thank you for your hiring considerations. Sincerely, Maxine
When my mother was ill, I was the one she would call to make her scrambled eggs. I took her to the swimming pool and hot tub to get exercise and relaxation. I cut her hair, took her to doctor's appointments and then lunch, and generally gave her some companionship. As I dusted her knickknacks, she told me where each was from. Mom died in 2002. When dad was ailing, some of my family tried to move him into assisted living, but he wanted to stay in his own home. I gave up my apartment and moved in with him, while working in publishing during the day. We had a great time together for a year and a half. Just after he died, I lost my job because I had spent too much time with dad. That evening, the daughter of a neighbor I'd assisted over the years called me, asking if I could help her mother. That began years of caregiving in which I have helped people stay in their homes, and enjoy life. I've brought my keyboard and played hymns and popular songs, singing with them and laughing. As a caregiver, I am simply happy to help my people stay in their own familiar setting. I believe the way I interact with them makes them happy. And my cooking makes them extremely happy! I built my cooking experience on my mom's, then learned to cook for fewer than 8 people! I edited three "Taste of the Country" cookbooks, working with a professional dietician who taught me many ways to fit dietary needs while providing tasty food.
I always make my client my #1 priority & show Empathy & Compassion Patience Reliable Trustworthy Flexible Humble respectful Nurturing. At a young age I naturally had an urge to help others seeing them happy I enjoy working taking care of people. I like doing work that has potential to make a difference in someone's life I like doing a variety of task in a day making someone smile & doing little things to make an persons day.I like being physical in the job & using my body & brain. I'm willing to learn new skills and continuing my education . Personal Achievement I am proud of are the fact that I am fulfilling my goals & aims. Staying humble despite my 12 years of adoption & also that I focus more on my top priorities rather than other things. & also adjusting & mingle, instead of feeling sad that no one is including me.
What makes me a great caregiver? I love people and just knowing am able to give back to my elders is amazing. I am a caregiver to everyone my own children, others children, elders and people on the street by feeding them and just assisting them where its needed , giving words of encouragement. Around the community people call me mama/ mama nay-nay or grandma. I feel God put me on this earth to care for others besides myself. I have always put others needs before my own. I will go without just so someone else is able to be okay. Am humble, funny, lovable and caring. Am very proud of all my accomplishments but most of all Receiving my Masters in Human Services was one I was most proud of. Loving others is what I do best.
I became a caregiver 15 years ago because I enjoy helping others. I started out as a CNA working in a nursing home. The most rewarding part of providing care is knowing that because of me someone's life is improving and that I make a difference. After my work as a CNA, I entered the public school system and became a handicapped children's assistant. I currently work as a paraprofessional providing assistance to children with special needs. I am a mother of 3 wonderful children ages 17, 7, and 2. I feel very fortunate to be able to offer my compassionate and patience to those that truly need my help.
I love being a caregiver because I love taking care of people. I became a caregiver to help others progress on there health care needs and succeed in there lives. One of my achievements I was proud if was getting a patient to open up with others and a smile out of this individual. A brief description of me I'm loving caring a very honest loyal and respective individual.
Through personal experience with both my grandmothers, we found it difficult to find good quality and reliable care. Starting in High school I took a medical terminology course , and from there my interest in the medical field grew. I took the CNA course through Blackhawk Technical College in Janesville and LOVED IT! I opted to take the additional Advance Nursing Assistant course. I have worked in many different environment such as nursing homes, hospital and Home Health. After 3 years I decided to open my own business become licensed and insured to provide Care for others in their Home and it's been the Best discission of my life!!
I am a passionate and dedicated caregiver with over two years of experience in assisted living and memory care facilities. I began caregiving after taking care of my grandparents for years and truly loved it. I enjoy making connections with people and getting the chance to help them or make their day.