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I'm a compassionate hard working person. (CNA) I love helping people, especially the elderly. Helping with their laundry, light cleaning, cooking, running errands, taking walks, exercising when needed and most importantly reminding them of their medications. I enjoy doing this because I like to see them happy, smiling and comfortable every time. I've been caring for people in their private homes for over 14 years. I have good references to show and a background check to whoever find the interest working with me. Thanks.
I have over 6yrs experience I'm also a certified Cna there's nothing more I love doing than helping seniors live The best quality of life. I was raised by my grandparents started my learning experience helping caring for them 1st I love Homecare because I get one on one time with my clients that way I'm never in a rush and can always give them the absolute best care I love my job and promise you'll make the right choice choosing me as your caregiver.
Hello! My name is Sue . I have been a CNA for 6 years . I am registered as a certified CNA in the state of Illinois and am also CPR certified . I am pet friendly and have my own transportation . I enjoy helping the elderly and anyone in need for that matter. I have experience working in in home, nursing , home and hospital settings , assisting Alzheimer's /dementia patients . I am also experienced working with the hospice community .love what I do and who I do it for . I am available to help any time of day .
There are many great reasons why people become caregivers. My reason for becoming a caregiver is my passion for helping others, especially those in need. I enjoy being a caregiver because it is a very rewarding experience to be a blessing to others. I found that I am wonderful at helping others. Finding my career path is the greatest achievment I have experienced yet. I am a caring, compassionate, hard working person. I am experienced in the field and love what I do.
Hi I am Natasha Paris . I am a very hardworking, punctual, respectful person with the gift of empathy. After caring for my grandfather with Alzheimer's and assisting him to dialysis for kidney failure , I developed a intense passion to help others. I cared for my grandmother post spinal surgery and truly felt fulfilled in this career. I have a bachelors degree in human nutrition, I practice yoga daily, and I am CNA in the state of Illinois. I absolutely love being a caretaker and brightening peoples days. I love to cook healthy meals and keep a very tidy house, I love to clean! Thank you for reading my bio :)
Why did you become a Caregiver? I became a caregiver to help and give back to the elderly the way I saw my grandparents work so hard to raise and keep me happy. What do you like about being a Caregiver? I love being able to help my clients still live an enjoyable happy life to the best extent they can. What is a personal achievement you are proud of? I'm very proud that I now can help take care my grandparents and show them what a great young woman they have raised me to be. Tell us something about yourself. I'm energetic, friendly,caring, and have great patience I take pride in my job and work very hard.
Hello, I am Becca. I am married and 4 beautiful kids. I am a hard worker and very compassionate about my job. I am a great caregiver because I love taking care of people. It probably all started when I was about 13 years old and I took care of my great great aunt. I used to help my grandma ( which was a nurse) take care of my aunt. My grandma thought that I needed to take care of people when I was older since she told me that I was so good at it. So that's exactly what I have been doing. The most thing I like about being a caregiver is that the people I take of. I love hearing their stories and hearing about their life; it's so fascinating. My personal achievement is that I get along with the tougher clients ; when everyone else seems to think they are mean or hard to do; it seems like I can do it I love the challenge you could say.
I became a cna because of my desire to help people in need. I worked in various places to gain experience of all ages and conditions. As I became older, I realized I wasn't meeting my full potential of exceptional care giving in any facility. So I turned to private care in clients homes, to focus my time completely on one individual.