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I'm an open-minded, friendly, compassionate woman with personal & professional integrity. Empathy and reliability, patience and the ability to laugh at myself & situations (instead of stewing about them) makes me a great caregiver. The safety of a client is of utmost importance. I've always liked to help the elderly to enrich their lives .
I became a caregiver because i care and have the passion of putting elders first. Being a caregiver i like taking care of sick people that needs my help gives me joy in my heart. The personal achievement i am proud of is when I am able to share the word of the Lord to that person and return that soul back to the Lord Jesus Christ. My name is Senikau Momoka and i am 52 hrs old. I am from Santa Rosa in the State of California. I have 14 years experience as a caregiver and hospice case as well.I am an early bird and i love walking before breakfast.I like other people's company and i get on well with people i work with.I am a cheerful person and i like to smile and keep other people happy.I like helping people and if someone has a problem l ' ll do what i can to help. My hobbies are gardening, listening to music, cooking and reading.
Iam an experienced CNA and have been working around Sonoma County for the last 8 years taking care of Senior elderly. Very fluent with written and verbal English and Iam thorough with directions and instructions so as with documentation. My specialties especially with male care and I consider myself sociable and entertaining. Iam thorough with all scopes of CNA responsibilities from daily exercises to showers and medicine assistance. God bless.
I am very caring when it comes to my clients...I work hard for my clients.Treat them as. Family memeber.As long as the client is independent i will still strive for them keeping independence ..I enjoy learning from them..hearing there stories keeping them company.When they start to show change in condition i change my routine with them and provide the care that is needed...
Highly dependable , nurturing with a companionship nature and over 5 years of extensive experience in providing prompt and friendly care to elderly and disabled clients. A warm-hearted individual who performs personal care activities in a compassionate and friendly manner that maximizes residents independent and dignity in a home-like environment. Eager to bring a difference in climate's everyday life..
Hello! My name is Shannon, and I'm aspiring to be a Registered Nurse. I would describe myself as a "people person" who loves the outdoors. live music, and cooking delicious food! I have been caregiving for a few years in a variety of healthcare settings that have allowed me to expand my knowledge in the many areas of health. I have a curious mind so learning about new patient's medical needs is where I thrive. Being a caregiver has taught me about all different walks of life and the beauty that lies in every age. CNA work has been a fantastic way to learn and reach for my goals of becoming a Registered Nurse.
As a young woman I worked in an orphanage in Honduras. The children had severe disabilities. The pay was low, but I felt so happy. It was the children who gave to me. After coming to the Unites States, I remembered how I felt giving care to others. I worked at manufacturing jobs until I earned my CNA. The proudest personal achievement is my family. But for the rest of my life I will always work for people in need and who need me. Housing question below: Live in no more than 3 days per week, my husband sacrifices much to support me in my quest to help others. I grew up in poverty in Honduras and supported myself from the time I was 14 years old. After Hurricane Mitch destroyed Honduras in 1998 I migrated to the USA on a TPS. I have 4 children born in Honduras, and 6 grandchildren born here. I have my own Christian Life, it is non-denominational. I like to think independently. I know that some clients can be very difficult, but I accept that and take it as a challenge to improve their disposition. I like to be kind but I am firm as well. I have given care to people from 1 year old to 90 years old. I am also very strong. I have also worked often with IHSS.
Working for the boys and girls club made me realize how much of a people person I am, but made me want to help people as much as possible. So I decided to pursue nursing as a career. I'm starting off with CNA/HHA because it's one on one direct contact and interaction with the patient. I have 4 years experience as a caregiver, I'm well experience with hoyer lift, sit to stand lift, catheter care, bed sores, aphasia, and my specialty is in dementia/Alzheimer's.
Since early childhood I knew I wanted to be helpful to those requiring care, transportation and companionship which I have done as an Emergency Medical Provider, Cardiology Technologist, Ward Attendant, Operating Room Technician and other roles I found placing a distance between the patients and I. Then a yearning to return to the patient side, remain at the grass roots level and know them as more than just a patient or client developed. Providing care at the end of life, hospice and palliative care as a member of an interdisciplinary team has allowed me to do that albeit so often a short time. These and other care giving roles both by assignment and private duty on my own have allowed for the benefit of incredible wisdom they have to share. Even those younger than I would often either rekindle an old life lesson or some such experience I had learned from and simply placed somewhere out of the way. Even a surprisingly new and often profound lesson or knowledge that in all my years I hadn't already known or been privy to would be realized. I am truly proud to have taken the knowledge and experience gained back to patients, co-workers, peers as well as other upper echelon staff. My ability to have mentored countless others either entering or developing themselves in chosen careers has been a greatly fulfilling addition to my personal growth and development. Sharing what knowledge and experience one has to offer others including family members is an especially rewarding part of caregiving.
It is a Passion to serve our Elders... I am an experienced caregiver for more than 4 years... Experience with Dimentia/Alzheimer's patients, hospice n simple companions..... Meal preparation, Medications, simple physical excercise, house cleaning, cooking n driving them to appointments n errands.. I am available to do hourly n live in as well. Looking forward to discuss for more information.
Hi my name is Sabitri Lama. I have been a CNA and caregiver since 2003. I have many years of experience taking care of patients with a variety of conditions. Skills include grooming showering, toileting, exercise, range of motion transfering and others. When you meet me personally you will see what kind of person I am and what kind of care your loved one will get. Please call me for an interview.
1.I became a caregiver because it is in connection to my nursing skills classes making me get to know and learn more. 2. The thing I like about caregiving is that I get a chance to learn more about care and also be in a position to help other people . 3.My personal achievement that am proud of is that I have been doing great in school and also that am able to communicate and fit in with different people. 4.Am a hardworking young lady, respect people's opinion , always on time, I do what am supposed to do on time and I like helping people even though it's not under my field, I cleanly observe my hygiene and like to always keep myself busy at all time.