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Am very caring, knowledgeable, experience, compassionate and understanding person about the needs of my clients. For the past ten years that i have worked in the nursing home and the hospital i have showed love, compassion, understanding and am good at my job. I always tell co-workers and family member when they ask why i love what i do and my response is, " Once upon a time our parents took care of us and in turn they need our help". I care for my client as if they are my own family. What i enjoy about the job is being able to put a smile on my client and family members face. I understand their needs and concern and am able to make their love one know that there is someone that cares, loves and understand them.
I am an outgoing person that loves to help and take care of people. I am a great companion who love do all types of activities including reading, cooking, cleaning, and playing cards or board games. I am also very experienced at bathing, helping with hygiene, and keeping clients on schedules if needed for anything happening in a clients life. I am currently looking to come in morning to get client ready for the day or to get them ready for bed. Lastly I am very organized and very professional.
I am a great person who has over 15+ years of caregiving experience, i am a certified nursing assistant in both Maryland and Virginia. I fall in love with this field after I took care of my aging mom. I enjoy the time I spend with the seniors I worked for and learned a lot from them. I enjoy the quality work I do because I feel like I help take care of aging senior citizens who can be very vulnerable. I value my work at a high standard because I know I am caring for aging senior citizens.
Very compassionate and reliable , always hardworking .Natural love for people and passionate about caring for others. Caregiver is very rewarding knowing that I am caring for my seniors, my grandma raise me so I have special place in my heart when it comes to caring . I was able to learn the game of baseball from caring for previous client . So I spent time to know my clients likes and dislikes , always curtain the care for them .
I am a great worker, hardworking, reliable, cheerful, and very passionate about my job. I have 10 years of experience as a caregiver, CNA, companion. In addition, i have First aid and CPR certifications. I like to assist the seniors who need extra help in their daily lives, simply because it is a wonderful thing to do for someone. What i enjoy most about being a caregiver is that i learn alot from the people i care for. Such as culture, language, food, history and more. The most personal archievement i am proud of is being able to help someone and make them feel happy or feel safe. Also, being trusted as a hardworking care provider who follows procedures and put safety first . Referrences are available.
I am a care giver and I try to give out my best to the client and family as a whole. I care for the person in total. I became a care giver because I developed the love for it from my mum when I was growing up. Also to help others live better. What I like about being a care giver is the fact that someone is able to live comfortably resulting from the care I give. What I am proud of is when my client is able to do much for him or herself to restore back dignity with my help.
Greetings, My name is Mado Ngoya. When I was in my country of origin, I saw my daughter, out of love, taking good care of her grand-mother, my mother in-law. In 2004 when I came into the US, I said, if my daughter could do it, I can do it better to serve people in need and be compensated to keep roof over my head. In 2006, I took nursing assistant classes at Montgomery college and graduated. Since then, I have been taking care of people in their homes or in the facilities. I worked for Friends House Community Center for 7 years, and I have been with a traditional agency since 2007. I have accumulated experiences throughout these years. Most of my cases ended because the clients passed away. I also challenged myself and took some college courses to prepare for nursing degree, but I decided to drop because of my family responsibilities. At my work, I like the communication I have with my clients, their family members, and my coworkers. This communication enriches my knowledge and enables me to meet new people and sometimes make friends. I feel very useful, especially when I care for a client from when he/she is strong until when he/she cannot lift his/her arm by him/herself. At this point we have build a relationship for being together almost every day and shared knowledge and memories; so I care like I care for my loved friend. I feel proud when I see appreciation in the eyes of family members and they express it in many ways like hugs and words of appreciation.
I have been a caregiver now for 5 years during which time I have garnered considerable experience that equips me with the skills, knowledge and ability to offer safe, efficient and timely interventions to those who rely on me for their daily activities. I soon discovered that my patients trust me to be there for them and by this act of faith i have earned their respect and appreciation and this gives me joy. In realizing that those whom i care for might as well be my family member or that I also may one day be in their shoes have helped me decide that this is what I want to do-not as a job but as a career. The joy I see across an elderly patient's face after being assisted with feeding, grooming or getting a simple back rub, the warmth and reception they accord me when I show up at their doorsteps, and the sheer radiance that mirrors their inner satisfaction conveys to me the feeling of comfort they experience in their souls after I have cared for them. These keep me going and endears me more to my passion of care. This is what I do and I'm loving it!
Ive found at a very young age my calling in life, to make the best positive impact on the most possible people. Being of service to others, enhancing their lives and giving peace of mind to my patients and their families is an amazing reward. I care for my patients as I would for my own family and I believe my work shows it. I am a very patient, reliable, compassionate and caring person with a great sense of humor. Love to see my patients grow, overcome personal obstacles and achieve their highest potential. I have a background in psychology, child development and geriatrics. I have ten years of experience caring for special needs, elderly and disabled people. Ive worked in assisted living facilities, nursing homes and private care. Have experience with everything ranging from running errands and providing companionship to assisting stroke and fallen patients with recovery. Having a psychology background has allowed me to provide extensive care to patients diagnosed with dementia, Alzheimer's, autism and Parkinson's, speech and motor delay. I have plenty of references. Please dont hesitate to ask for more information.
1.I became a caregiver because I have a passion for taking care of people especially the older population. 2.I love the fact that as a caregiver, am able to give or add meaning and worth to someones life as well as increase the level of independence knowing hiw difficult and challenging it is to be solely dependent on someone else fir basic activities of daily living 3.Am so proud of the fact that am a loving and caring aide and where I work I got many recommendations as to being a very good caregiver who knows how to take good care of the residents and make them feel at home. 4.I am so loving and caring and above all love making people laugh and feel worthy of living.
\"My passion for caretaking came when my grand dad was left under my care and I took care of him until he passed away. Since then, I have been taking care of loved ones until they've sadly departed. All of my experience has been hands-on and I can assist in all aspects of home care from companionship to bathing/dressing, to meal preparation. I can also assist in managing doctor visits and ensuring that doctors stay coordinated. I am a certified CNA / LPN With the Maryland Board of Nursing and also certified in First Aid, CPR and AEDs for adults and children. My hobbies are reading and spending time with family, time permitting. I have references available upon request, and they would be happy to speak with you about the level of care I have for my patients and the type of care I offer. I'm open to short-term engagements, but prefer longer-term so I can build your trust over time and provide care in a way that meets each of your unique needs. I would enjoy talking about helping you or your loved one.
I became a caregiver when I started caring for my grandmother as a young girl. It was not easy when I first started but I like the fact that caregiver needs patience to care for his or her client, which has helped me in my personal life. I have work as a caregiver for five years and I love this job because of how I put smile on people face, helping people in their daily lives. I have work with clients with Alzheimer's, Parkinson, Dementia, Stroke, Diabetes, Cancer and a lot more. I am also interested in furthering my education and becoming a nurse practitioner.
I love making a different in the lives of others.after taking care of my grand mother i developed the ability to care for people in need.When I came to the state in 1985 this was the job I acquired and I have being doing it ever since.I had worked in the nursing home setting,,hospital, and private homes. I have a positive impact on my client I smile a lot I like to communicate with my client, listen to them ,I am patients and I encourage my in making decisions if the can and to involve them in there care taking.i give ADL care, good hygiene,,cooked, do laundry, serve there meal but if client needs assistance with feeding I will do it. I do client shopping, take client out for recreation, make drs' appointment and take them to there appointment, medications remainder,or administered medications, reports any concerns to family member who is POA.It rewarding when you see your client condition is improving.Care giver job is rewording when you bond with your client and the built trust in you.