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Reliable, service-focused nursing professional with excellent patient-care and charting skills gained through four years of experience as a CNA. Compassionate and technically skilled in attending to patients in diverse healthcare settings. CNA, FEMA, BLS and CPR certified (current). I'm currently available for any shifts on Monday-Wednesday and night shifts only Thursday-Sunday 7 pm - 7 am. I work alongside another caregiver who is available to alternate shifts with me if needed for 24 hour care. My wages are set based on care needs starting at $12 for basic needs such as medication administration, meal preparation and companionship up to $17 for more advanced needs such as continence care, bathing, mobility, etc. Contact me via email at: email@example.com Or by phone at: 985-817-2922 Thank you!
i have a daughter myself who was hit by a car when she was 4years old that left her with a traumatic brain injury as well as in a wheelchair. i have been experienced since 1991 aking care the elderly and kids with special needs. but never could of imagine that i would have to be the one to take care of my own daughter. its an pleasure and honor to this... i love what i do and its makes you appreciate things more!!!!
I enjoy being a caregiver because i love being around people. I always was interested in being a caregiver every since I was a little girl. I took passion in caregiver when I had to take care of my father after finding out he had cancer. I know I'd be a great caregiver bewildered have patience and I love and cherish what I do.
I am a CNA, Certified Phlebotomist, EKG tech,First Responser and I know CPR, I love helping and taking care of others, thats been my passion since I was young. I enjoy making people smile, and feel loved. A personal achievement that I am proud of is graduating from college to further my career in Nursing.
The things that makes me a great caregiver are my compassion for others, my caring heart, outgoing and friendly personality, I love helping others and seeing people happy, My warm and sincere smile that says you can trust me. and last m perseverance to never give up. I decided to become a caregiver because my grandmother became ill. The family kept her at home. so everyone had to take turns taking care of her. That showed me that i had to heart and care to do this job, and I loved doing it. I like being a caregiver because, I love to help people, make them smile, and bring as much joy to their day as I can. there are so many people out in the world with no family to make them feel loved and let them know there is someone they can depend on when they need help or just someone to listen to them. I am proud of the day I decided to become a CNA, I think back to my grandmother. Taking care of her let me knew this was something I would love to do. And she encouraged me to do so. She told me that I have the heart for this line of work, and that's the kind of person people like to take care of them, a person that has a heart for the job they do.
I am a single hard working parent of two. I take great pride in assisting clients with daily assisted living. I would like a chance to prove that I could be a great cnaand companion that I could be. I also take a part in assisting my grandmother on a family schedule. I have done this for about 5 years and decided to make my career. Through the experience I have ,I feel great at the end of the day, everyday helping clients. I really looking forward to hearing from you. Thank you,
In my opinion, What makes me a great caregiver is that I love taking care of people. I am attentive to their personal needs as well as their emotional needs. I became a caregiver because I enjoy caring for people. I believe that all persons should be treated as they themselves would like to be treated if they were in need of care. I make it my I'm to pamper each patient, just as I would like if I were in need of such care. Although I have two college degree, I feel that my greatest accomplishment has been attaining my certification as a Nurse's Aide and my BLS for CPR. With these accomplishments, I am better able to serve others and assist them with meeting their needs.
I became a caregiver because I love helping and taking care of people. Being a caregiver makes me smile knowing that I have helped someone. My achievement that I am proud of is that I can help people who needs my help. I am a mother of three children, I enjoy spending time with them, I also like helping other people.