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I became a care provider at a young age. I have helped provide care to two members of my family. I enjoy being a care provide because being able to help someone and hopefuly put a smile on there face is what makes it worth it. We all need help sometimes. I feel that I am a good care provider beacuse I have a big heart and I enjoy helping other. * I will be starting my CNA training starting in Febuary to help better myself and to be able to provide better care.
Hello! My name is Tia. I have been in the caregiving, and healthcare industry for over 15 years. I got into the field by recognizing a need that I could bring to seniors, and it became a passion that I have enjoyed ever since. As the years passed, I wanted to take my skills to the next level. I enrolled in pre-requisites for nursing, and completed my AS with the goal of getting into the nursing program to become an RN/BSN. I am a Certified Nursing Assistant, have current CPR certification and TB clearance. I have extensive Alzheimer's and dementia care experience, as well as hospice and end of life palliative care experience. I have excellent communication skills and work well in utilizing various means of technology to document the care and status of my clients. I recognize the importance of maintaining the safest and most dignified environment possible for people as they enter a time in life when care is necessary, and feel honored to be able to be part of each person's story that I encounter.
Hello and thank you for wanting to learn more about me. I have been caring for those in need intermittently for over 20 years and find a joy in helping individuals while maintaining their dignity. I have cared for a diverse range of individuals with many different needs ranging from assisting with fall risks to hospice. I started care giving when I was 18. I worked with children and young adults who had severe brain damage or physical disabilities. I then started caring for disabled adults through IHSS and eventually left the industry for many different reasons. I always found my way back, though, to work with those who have special needs, either in the administrative aspect or mentoring. Now, after caring for a dear friend, I have found myself wanting to stay in the care giving business once again. Some things I have experience with include ambulation, transfers, feeding and hygiene care, and expect other duties of a general sense to include light housekeeping and cooking. I have worked with individuals who suffer from Dementia, Alzheimer's, strokes, and MS. I tend to learn habits and preferences through observation and communication and try to anticipate my clients needs. For instance, I had a client who did not like her fingernails dirty and preferred to have her hair curled with a little bit of bangs. When she declined to the point of not being able to communicate anymore, I still made sure her fingernails were clean and her hair was curled just how she liked. I also add cognitive stimulation for clients who have Dementia and Alzheimer's and try to keep them engaged in familiar activities. Essentially, my goal is to be able to give the best care possible for the circumstance. I believe patience, kindness, and empathy are key to being a great caregiver. I am also a believer in allowing a client to do as much for themselves as possible for as long as they can.
I recently moved to California from South Dakota after receiving my Bachelors of Science degree in both Biology and Physical Science. I have several years of experience caring for a range of people including the elderly and disabled. I provide compassionate and thorough care to all of my clients and ensure that they receive care that exponentially improves their quality of life. Dignity and respect are at the forefront of the care I provide and I am able to think critically and quickly under stress. Caregiving is such a wonderful career because I have the ability to ensure my clients' physical care needs are being met and their mental and emotional wellbeing is thriving. I still keep in touch with several of my past clients in South Dakota via handwritten letters and I often times have family members request my services for their loved ones after I meet them for the first time. Being a caregiver is such a fulfilling and gratifying career because I have the direct ability to make someones quality of life the best it can be.
I have years of experience volunteering in various healthcare facilities. I am an EMT and volunteer healthcare disaster responder. As a disaster responder, I respond to environmental emergencies, such as fires, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes, and provides first aid (including mental health first aid). I am a college graduate and an aspiring physician.
Caring and compassionate Christian nurse with over 25 years experience. CNA certified, and a graduate from Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts LVN program. Professional CPR Certified. Honest, dependable, knowledgeable and ethical. I love to care for senior citizens and interact with them playing cards, listening to old music, gardening, watching old movies or just talking with them. I feel I'm the best candidate to care for your loved one to keep them safe, happy, and well cared for.
I love being a caregiver and taking care of people that need assistance. I believe that compassion is the most important trait a person can acquire. I've always had a passion for making people feel better and making them smile. I think being a caregiver can be tedious at times but it is one of the most rewarding careers out there.
I became a caregiver to help elderly live there lives at home where they are able to be around familiar things and family. I believe it is important the elderly feel they have a say so in there care as they age. They deserve respect and love even though they may be unable to do certain things for themselves.
Growing up, I joyfully assisted my grandmother in helping her take care of her mother who needed to be bathed, changed and cared for. In my adult life I look back at this experience and take pride in knowing that I have been an extension of a person, for themselves. For the last year and a half I have been caring for my grandmother who has dementia. I enjoy making people feel welcome and comfortable, keeping them feeling good about themselves. My path in life is to help people stay positive and treat people with understanding, compassion, love and empowerment to stay motivated. I want to help people achieve personal goals, even if the goal is just to wake up and smile. I was successfully working in the property management industry for 11 years. My favorite part of the job was assisting people. I had recently decided to leave this field and pursue a field that focuses more on the individual and their needs. I excel in record keeping, setting up schedules and following through on thing that I start. I am flexible and I adapt to changes easily. I acknowledge the importance of treating people fairly. I would love the opportunity to be apart of the Care Giver Community in whatever area I'm needed in.
I think our parents, grandparents, siblings, and friends deserve the best care in the world. They deserve loving and honest care. They deserve friendship and loyalty. And above all things; to feel ok and comfortable with the new transition of needing extra care and I've strived to become that in my 15+ years career as a caregiver.
I have had my husband & 21 year old son loose their battles against cancer within 6 years apart. I found that caring for them without any assistance was a great challenge that I concorded alone. The medical perfessionals were superb in their help and we work together well. I gained a vast amount of knowledge & experience regarding both colon cancer & osteosarcoma of which my guys suffered, dealing with chemotherapy & surgeries. Even though they lost their battles, I found that a part of me is has become more loving & understand of human sufferage than ever before. I am blessed to be strong and I am appreciative of having good health, and the ability to help others in need of care and companionship. I am also, both patient and loving, having been through such devastating experiences with my loved ones. I have dedicated myself to assisting people in need and l love what I do. I have been working in this field since 2010 and was hired by Rescare soon after my husband passed in 2016. I feel I have something to "give back", and I will be happy to do so by assisting your loved one's in need of loving and respectful care. It will be my pleasure to assist your family with the best of my training and experience. I am certified in CPR, First Aid, Fire & Safety & have taken a Altzheimer/Dementia training course. I am registered with the CA State Registery for Care Givers & Certified. I have have taken & passed numerous Care Giver classes including: HIPPA, Senior Care assistance in all aspects of care, and have passed in depth Finger Print screening. Also, I have broviach catather & colostomy care experience & was trained via Children's Hospita & Emmanuel Memorial hospitals professionals. I have great communication skills, a wonderfully personality, and I would be delitefully appreciative to assist you and your loved one.
Hello, I'm an LVN, but before I was an LVN I was a caregiver at a senior living facility. I am very caring, compassionate and responsible. I first became a caregiver when I decided that I wanted to become a nurse. I thought it would be a great experience to help people and learn a little bit more about the non-medical aspect of helping people heal. I fell in love with my job as a caregiver, listening to my residents stories, going on walks with them, helping them get through tough days and enjoying the good days. The amazing thing about working with the same people everyday was that I was able to bond and care for them as if though they were my family members. I worked there for two years, got through collage and enrolled in the LVN program and graduated, got my LVN license and my IV/ blood withdrawal certification, worked in the field but I decided that I missed caregiving.
I am a CNA /HHAA /CAREGIVER I have the profound training and certified on CPR AED and FIRST AID with more then15 yrs experience.I enjoy working with people and most enjoy jobs where you have one-on-one interaction with others,caring of elder family members and like making someone smile and doing little things to make a person's day better.I take pride to detail in fulfilling my duties.And educating myself and willing to learn new skills that take to do my job well.