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Some years back, my late husband was diagnosed with ALS and I became his primary caregiver. Years later as I decided not to continue working in retail, I became a phlebotomist and realized how much I enjoyed Patient Care, and realized how much compassion I felt for patients and their families and realized how much I enjoyed that kind of work. I transferred to a training program to become a Patient Care Technician. I worked in that capacity for several months. I loved my job but found that I would prefer working in a home setting or somewhere where more individual attention can be paid to patients.Although hospitals provide excellent care, there is usually pressure to spend as little time as possible interacting with patients and their families. Sometimes there is a need for more individual attention and patients may benefit greatly from that attention. I currently work one on one as a caregiver and find greater satisfaction from this than I did when there was so much pressure to spend less time with each patient.
I am working for a company called ICM which is a caregiver company as well. My sister has autism and I used to take care of her. Iv had experience in many situations and I'm only 19. I'm very mature and have a child of my own. I'm looking for a better income that's why I'm applying here.
Hmm...about me? When I took the class to become certified, I had no idea the impact it would have on my life, much less, how it would impact the person I am today. I think being personable and empathetic are important qualities that have been enhanced throughout the last nine years. I never put much though into becoming a caregiver, it just kind of came about, but now I feel like its a way for me to step away from "self." Whatever may be going on in life gets left at the door or at the time clock, then I step into another "self." Its hard to describe the way this type of work makes me feel which, in turn, has a positive affect on my job performance and I like to think people can see this shine through in my personality. I can honestly say that I'm happy to have gained the friendships, knowledge and experience I wouldn't have otherwise had a chance to gain. My most recent personal achievement is being enrolled to start on online classes to take the next step in the healthcare feild.
I enjoy helping people. It makes me happy. My personality is outgoing and like to get out in community. I have been a direct support professional in a disability services for a year or so. It was enjoyable. I am proud of getting a degree, raising my daughter alone to become an adult. I feel it is a calling.
I believe I was put on this earth to be a Caregiver I treat clients like there my own family. I get close with there family and friends to learn all I can about them. I stick with them til the end and Love them dearly. I will do whatever I have to to put a smile on their face including dance around the living room. I have two other women that help me care for them when needed. I keep in touch with their families long after I'm no longer working for them. Just Love my job.
I have been a caregiver off and on for a couple years now. I have learned that most elderly stick to me often because I have an upbeat energy about me. I enjoy what I do and love caring for people. I have worked with hospice patients, dementia patients. I tend to go above and beyond as a caregiver and never had a complaint from most elderly. I enjoy working with people and being a caregiver because I know that not everyone can do some of these simple everyday tasks alone and it brightens my day to see them smile.
Having a Great Grandmother that suffered from a Stroke , and Alzheimer's Dementia To watching my Grandmother a woman that raised me be defeated by Cancer, is where my care and compassion began . At an early age I was forced to help take care of two of the most influential individuals in my life and although it was hard seeing them in that state of health and mind . I also felt it was my DUTY to repay them With the care , love , and compassion I was given as a child . In the latter years they passed away but the urge to help those in need Continued to tug at me .. so at the age of 19 while I was pregnant with my first son I decided I would take a cna course get my license and help other families in need. I did just that , I took a one month course in April of 2011 and by May of 2011 I took my State Board test and was certified ! I know for my family in general with my Great Grand and Grandmother. It was very complicated to find Good Genuine Help that we could trust with our loved ones .. now don't get me wrong I never said that we didnt eventually get the help needed but in the early stages it was HARD.. and trying to provide care, compassion , love and etc to my loved ones while trying to work full time and take care of my family was hard . I've been there soo I get it , and that's why I decided to take initiative to help make it a little less complicated and stressful to the next family . We were all placed upon this earth for a purpose , and those purposes vary from person to person ... My purpose is to help be a Blessing , Friend, and Caregiver to someone in need.
I have a passion to care for anyone that needs help, my son which has chronic lung disease, is what attracted me dearly on learning more about caring for others with disabilities, I enjoy insuring to the family I'm reliable to care for there loved ones, my personal achievement, is that I furthered my education with patient care and disabled patients.