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Caregiving jobs can be extremely rewarding for the right type of person. I enjoy working with people and most enjoy jobs where I have one-on-one interaction with others. I enjoyed taking care of elder family members and would like to help others in this way. like older adults I can get along well with a variety of elders. I like doing work that has the potential to make a difference in someone's life. I like making someone smile and doing little things to make a person's day better. I take pride in my attention to details. Most importantly I feel that when I am older, I want someone like myself there to help me.
I became a caregiver because I love caring for people. I have been working has a caregiver since high school and I knew that that's what I wanted to the rest of my life. I love making people feel better, look better and have the best day. I love spending time with the eldery. Caregiving to me is very rewarding because I'm doing what I love to do.
Hello! My name is Brigid, I am a recent college graduate. I received a degree in Kinesiology from Cal Poly and am excited to start working with individuals in my community. I am patient, positive, and consistent. I love working with others and seeing them progress throughout sessions as they continue to work hard.
I always wanted to help elderly people. I love what I do in helping each client I've ever worked with. Taking care of elderly people that needs my help gives me joy in my heart and it let me know they need people to work with them that care. I just Passed my Medical assistant program. I'm Joana 24 yrs old, currently enrolled at Fresno city college my major is Nursing. I'm very hard working person and I like helping or assist elderly in their daily needs.
Goal oriented and customer service driven candidate looking for Entry Level Certified Nursing Assistant position. American Heart Association CPR certified, bilingual in english and hmong languages. Prepared to use strong work ethic and top patient care to enrich lives and enhance any fast paced medical environment. I have the ability to learn new concepts and skills quickly, and work well under pressure. Ultimately looking to expand current skills and experience.
I was drawn to caregiving as I watched others and helped out before it was my official job, I don't see it as a job and enjoy helping and interacting with the elderly and building a bond with my clients and on-going relationships with my client's families, I still keep in contact with some today. I am a natural at providing companionship because of how much I enjoy interaction with people and the importance of human relationships, the insight I get from the diverse individuals I get to work with helps me learn on the job and provides a fulfilling career filled with friendships I make along the way and clients that stuck with me long after I was no longer working for them. I care deeply for my clients and make it my priority to treat them, rightly, as a human, rather than just a job.
I became a caregiver because I am a firm believer in helping everyone. I have younger siblings and I have four children of my own. I am always mentoring and providing help with how to speak or behave in public. How to treat others or manage money. How to have hygiene control and prepping meals appropriate to their age. Honestly, the emotional reward when someone hits a breakthrough or generalizes lessons, independently, is why I stayed in this field. Every best recognition I ever got from parents or supervisors is when I am doing behavior/caregiving work.
I am very compassionate, my friends and family would say I'm too caring. I love to help out as much as I can with people in need. Becoming a caregiver has always been my interest because I am very family oriented and I always wanted to take care of my family, and as my grandparents got older it gave me the opportunity to help them with their every day life and make them feel better about things they are not able to do anymore. By doing things like that it gives me a sense of accomplishment and really is rewarding to me. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is being able to give someone that quality of life back and seeing them happy, I am really loveable and friendly so I make them my family. My most personal achievement in life so far, would probably becoming a Certified Nursing Assistant at 17 then being the first one of my siblings to graduate high school (I am the 3rd born). I am also in school getting my associates in biology to then transfer to nursing school.