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I enjoy the opportunity to impact clients’ lives and make a difference to them. I appreciate the chance to get to know clients and their families and become an integral part of their lives.meeting new people and providing caregiving services that they can no longer do for themselves. I'm reliable, loveable, caring, and patient, I love and enjoy helping people
I have over 25 years experience in the medical field of which 12 years I was a paramedic and then began my journey to bedside nursing. I have special training in advanced life support, emergency care, cardiac care, Palliative care and hospice. Ive worked with patients that have Alzheimer's, dementia, sun downers, traumatic brain injury, ending stage renal failure, colostomy, ileostomy, and behavioral health concerns. I'm a cancer survivor as well as a wife of a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor that has a strong passion to help others. Hourly wage is negotiable based on hours of job.
To help and care for the elderly and those who need special attention. I like being a caregiver because those who you take care off and their families appreciate the time and patience that is administered to the patient and I very thankful to make and fulfill and touch another persons life which is a great achievement for me. I am a CNA and HHA and enjoy doing this job. I am a very patient and attentive person, who enjoys what I do. I like current affairs and watching the news a little comedy sometimes as well as reading listening to music and spending time with my family.
Hi my name is Sheylene. I'm a CNA/ HHA, I have been taking care of patients since I was young , my mother was an RN and I used to go with her to her private patients when I was 14 and 15 years old from that time I knew that this is what I wanted to do I wanted to have the one on one with my patience and enjoy and get to know them and their families. I have worked with quadriplegics patience, Parkinson patients, stroke prescience, heart attack patients, brain injuries, spinal injuries, Alzheimer's patients, dementia patients, and just regular patients that need help with their daily living . I love doing what I do because every new patient I go to I learn something new I learned either to cook something new or I learn to make something crochet I learn about their lives the way they grew up things that I didn't know about and that's why I love that I could be able to talk to them, you form a relationship you learned to love and care for these patients and that's why I love what I do. I am 38 years old I have two kids pretty old now the baby is 13 I am married for the past 15 years. I have been doing healthcare since 2002 I worked privately and also with agencies I have all my in-service is up-to-date my Leison is up-to-date, also I have my level two fingerprint background if needed. And I would love to get to know a lot more families and learn a lot more new things. thank you
MY AVAILABILITY SCHEDULE IS MONDAY 8AM-8PM TUESDAY 8AM-8PM WEDNESDAY 8AM-8PM THURSDAY 8AM-8PM MONDAY-THURSDAY LIVE-INS ONLY ability to create a song about almost anything Emotions blowing bubbles gas I sing about all of it :) Patience and love for the hardest ones Put yourself in their shoes it could one day by you or one of your family members Take a deep breath have lots of patience and understanding That they need love and understanding as they do forget and sometimes are a little cranky but we just need to love them Also a smile is also very rewarding to your patients, no matter if they or you are having a bad day :) a smile no matter what will always be returne Patience understanding and respect Treat people the way you want to be treated To be a good listener And finding better ways to make them even more comfortable physically and mentally It's important to help them understand and to be a caring person when they find out bad news Compassion To be a good friend to them Love Understanding Patience Compassion Strength Respect Gratitude Tenacity Hope Faith Fortitude Laughter Love you have to love it to do it you have to give lots of love I
I am a trained Home Health Aid and a Certified Nursing Assistant with over seventeen years of awesome experience. I am a sociable person, easy to get along with. I adopted working well with peers families and under great pressure. I take all my clients in great care and care for them the way i would want someone to treat me.. I go above and beyond to make sure my clients are safe and get the best treatment . My clients are my priority. I am experienced in Alzheimer's / Dementia care, Hospice care, home care, Stroke Patient, Cardiovascular care, Multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, orthopedic care, transfer of patient, ambulatory care, care fir the bed ridden Colostomy Care and Catheter care. Just to mention a few however more. I hold my clients in my heart.
I recently discovered my passion for working with the elderly when i got pregnant . I worked with this caring lovable lady doing light house cleaning. I watched as her caregiver took good care of her so after I gave birth I decided to continue in the medical field. I soon found and got to know many different personalities. My Most proud moments are when i go home knowing I've made someone else smile. I love getting to know others and rekindling their past with them.
Very outgoing,nurturing.patient,caring and dependable. Taking care of others brings me great joy im proud and i have enjoyed having the joy and experience of taking care of others for over 16 years in a different settings including short and long term care,assisted living and alzheimers care
Originally from Brazil, I speak Portuguese, Spanish and English fluently. I am a graduated nurse from 1974 in Brazil with residency and masters completed in 1979, have experience working in hospitals and elderly in Brazil, and am looking for an opportunity to continue assisting the elderly in the Coral Springs area. I am a permanent resident certified nurse assistant (CNA) and home health aide (HHA). Additionally, I am CPR certified, Alzheimer certified, Somatic Experience certified and Reik certified.
My name is Merline Petit Homme I am a professional experienced certified nursing assistant that desires to care for your loved ones. I am a genuinely compassionate,honets,reliable, and I'm blessed with a bright personality. My passion and ambition is to use my potential to the best of my ability to help others unconditional circumstance.i have years of experience that make me quality for this job.thank you.
I'm patient,kind,respect the patient right,friendly,I love dog's/cats. Provide safety. I love being a certified nursing assistant cause I have my grand morther i always say I will be by her side to taking care of her. I enjoy to be with the elderly people like i love to be with baby's.i enjoy to talk to them to give them comfort in the most needed.i proud who I'm and the job I'm doing in the field of health care .
I became a caregiver because my mother was a caregiver. I started out in my early twenties working at a small retirement home in Delray Beach Florida. I would joke around with the residents, help them with laundry, make their beds, help them during activity time, and just sit down to have conversation time. I learned very quickly that a little laughter, compassion and empathy goes a very long way. Never in a million years did I think I would be in the same type of job 30 years later. Does that tell you something or what? I have had many clients throughout time. The longest lasting ten years. The shortest maybe a couple of weeks to a couple of days. It all depended on the situation, why I was hired and what type of care was needed. I've always had a good relationship with mostly all my clients. Lets face it, you just can't please everyone all the time. Were human, right? Many times just because a job had ended, didn't mean the relationship with the client or family did. I still keep in contact with some. I enjoy taking care of the elderly because I learn something new with each new case. Just when you think you've heard or seen it all. You haven't. Each one has their own story to tell. It's like I come in as the caregiver but at the same time...I'm the blank pages of their open book, where they begin to write their own story through conversations. It's about their likes and dislikes, their care and concerns, their needs and what needs to be done to be sure those needs are met. My greatest achievements have been that of an open book of communication between myself and my client. Most times the ending story is good. Yet, in truth and fact, sometimes its not always a happy ending. There's sadness and disappointment for one reason or another. Yet, as with every story you move on and start a new chapter in a new book knowing you've done your job to the best of your abilities while providing the best possible care to your client.