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I am a college student currently studying speech pathology at Umass Amherst. I have been a caregiver for the past 6 years, and I have loved every moment of it! Being a young adult I enjoy listening to my elders advice and growing as a person and individual. I am very personable, outgoing, and friendly, and I hope to meet you soon! Marina
Being a caregiver is such an honor - it's all about putting away your needs to assist others. Knowing that a smile on your face can bring joy and happiness to someone else is priceless. The moments when you can reflect back and see how you have helped someone is what caregiving is all about.
im a passionate caregive, who loves seeing a smile and who tries everyday to put a smile on another persons face, been a caregiver for 5 years now and caregiving job gives me an opportunity to make another person happy and feel loved, this is a great accomplishment that i strive for each day.
I treat my clients as though they are my family. I always put my self in their shoes. The pain they go through everyday, the frustration of they can't get what they want or understand certain things like they used to. I am always on time. I am a team player, flexible,trustworthy, compassionate,hardworking and honest. But all in all I am always available for my clients. I became a caregiver when I took care of my 80 year old grandmother 10 years ago. She couldn't help her self in every aspect of life, this was so frustrating for her. When I gave a helping hand she was so happy that it rejuvenated her. It was a good feeling to see her smile again. I love caregiving because I love my job but first and foremost I love putting a smile on my clients faces, this makes my day. Personal achievement is I have managed to take my kids to good schools in Africa as well as build my wife and kids a nice home
I became a caregiver 20 plus years ago because I like working with people and I like making a difference in people's lives. it makes me really happy when I'm working with the elderly or just working with people in general when I know I make a difference in their life. I'm a very hard working out going person I love working I strive every day to come to work because I love doing what I do I'm very motivated very honest caring and loving
Ever since freshman year in high school, I have always wanted to do something that related to the medical field. First it was orthopedics and then pharmacy. I did not know that my mind would change to care giver until my junior year. I took a health science technology class starting my junior year. It was a two year class. Junior year was more focused on anatomy and physiology and Senior year we got to decide which path we wanted to go down. I chose the LNA path. I have always wanted to help people and going towards this path seemed like a sure-fire way to get there. I loved doing my clinicals at the two nursing homes near my school. It was an amazing experience. Knowing that I can help someone get through their day a little easier meant the world to me. Almost six years after graduating high school, I am still doing what I love and taking care of the people that need it the most.
Because everyone deserves dignity in life they deserve love compassion cleanliness nutrition and companionship I love caring for the elderly and the disabled I am proud of many achievements everyday a person having a smile when she can not speak knowing another resident always comes out for breakfast knowing something was wrong calling 911 and he is still here and getting stronger everyday I have a disabled daughter and I ran a daycare for disabled children and took care of my terminally ill miss mom and decided to go into health care and became a Cna over 10 years ago and love making a difference in people lives.
I chose to be a caregiver from my childhood taking care of my loved ones in my family whoever got sick and was hospitalized, I was number one to go and take care of them, when I grew up, started to take care of my Mom who had diabetes and High blood pressure, came to America and started working in a small assisted living for people with Alzheimer and my passion for care increased .I was so happy to make a difference in these people and make them smile.
1. I became a caregiver to help people who need support. I want to build a family and support and its a career that helps other people as well. A job should be something you are happy doing and I find it very rewarding be able to help others. I have always been a person that wants to help others. It is the care and compassion that that you put into the work that is most meaningful. 2. I love the joy of seeing others appreciate the work that I do. Helping others accomplish daily livings activities or tasks they not previously able to complete is one thing I like best about being a caregiver. 3. One achievement I am proud of is being able to balance my work life and my family I am very focused on personal growth so I am continuously achieving personal goals and learning the skills to better help others. 4. I am very ambitious and optimistic. I live to think outside of the box.
I decided to become a caregiver since I realized how important a caregiver can be in providing care to a needed individual. The way the individual emotionally , spiritually change is the one that make a better caregiver. Bring something new in the customer living, life and spirit make a wonderful caregiver. Doctors appointment shopping shower clothing exercise walking range of motion church meals preparation ect.
I love providing caregiving services to those that would otherwise not be able to do so. The smile on their faces is overwhelming and makes me feel I have done my job right. I have always enjoyed helping people so I know I am doing the right thing. what I love being a caregiver is meeting new people and providing caregiving services that they can no longer do for themselves. I always give 100% and do the best job I can, with no exceptions or excuses. I also try to bring a sense of humor to my work. If I can add a smile or laugh to a client’s day, that means a lot to me. It is important to laugh. I have been working at assisting and memory care facilities over 3 years . Now I'm looking home care because I wanted to see home care facilities works and challenge myself in self working environment area.