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PLEASE READ AND LOOK AT MY PROFILE FIRST!!! I have been a private in home caregiver for over 20 years. I became a caregiver because people get so overwhelmed taking care of loved ones and that is where I come in. I love the interaction, the closeness and the level of respect I can give as an outsider. I have plenty of references just ask! I am skilled with Medicare and all insurance and DME companies to get supplies so patients don't have to pay out of pocket. I also am capable of getting everything my patients need to stay home. I work very closely with doctors and agencies to get care that is needed. My patients become family and I take care of them as such. I have worked with loved ones that have Alzheimer's, Dementia, ALS, and everything in between. I am very good at my job and I do very much take a lot of stress off the family members. I know that my hourly rate looks high but once taxes are taken and the price of gas for travel, it really averages out and you would pay a service the same thing and not get the same care at all! I am very good at my job and care deeply for the people I take care and treat them as I would my own. I not only can do the health aspect part of the job but I will also help cooking and cleaning. I can take you where you need to go or just run errands for you. My references will tell you that if you just contact me. You may call or text me anytime. 301-992-0370 Thank you so much for looking! Have a blessed day! God is Good All The Time!! I have been responding to messages but I am not sure people are getting them. If you are not, please call me!!!
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.
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.
Life is about loving others, no matter what they are going through. As I've lived and learned, my loving of caring for others has only grown stronger. It is this strength that I seek to give to others as I care for them and their families. In my culture, aging and sickness are made most beautiful when experiencing compassionate care. Family members are supported through grace and understanding as their loved ones are in my care. There is peace in knowing that one's ill parents or last living grandparent are being cared for by an individual who has respect for this deeply intimate time and space. I look forward to sharing my love of life with you and your family.
I love caring for others and sharing my love of life! Being a caregiver is an honor. When others trust you to care for their loved ones, you must treat that opportunity like the treasure that it is. Every family that I have had the joy of supporting holds a special place in my heart. I believe that my cultural experiences give me an added advantage as a caregiver. Having a global perspective gives one additional insight into human behavior and thought. I look to challenge those I care for by continuing to support curiosity and imagination, which is know to increase a person's well-being. Being a caregiver often means supporting families as their loved ones transition to the next life. This season of life should be met with compassion and warmth.
I became a care giver because I love to make people smile and provide wonderful memories for a beautiful life. I have worked alongside hospice nurses caring for terminally ill patients. I've been a caregiver for 15 years providing private, in home care. My clients become family to me and I have loved each one dearly. I am reliable and have empathy and compassion for others. I love to help clients and family members and have been told that this is one of my greatest strengths . I also can give medication and do light housecleaning.
I started as a CNA info 1994 working in a nursing home and the hospital. I went into this profession because i want to take care of people that can not take care of themselves and their families are unable to. I am very compassionate about the work that I do. The people that I have taken care of over the years i have treated with the same respect and dignity that i would want for my family. I love what I do and get great pressure taking care of others.
I was born in the family of health professionals. Often times I watched my Mum treat people who were ill and those with wounds. I learned to exercise patience with a patient and to treat them with love and care. I once took care of a 90 year old man and the family were happy as their father sounded happier each passing day. I love meeting new people that's what interests me most about this job.
I LOVE HELPING FAMILIES AND BEING THE PERSON THAT YOU CAN DEPEND AND COUNT ON. LIFE CAN GET CRAZY AND ITS ALWAYS GOOD TO KNOW THAT YOUR LOVED ONES ARE IN GOOD HANDS. I HAVE WORKED IN AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY AND ALSO HAVE DONE IN HOME CARE/ OVERNIGHT ASSIGNMENTS ALSO. I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING YOU!
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.
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.
Experienced, professional caregiver committed to providing you with dependable, high quality care/personal assistance with an emphasis on compassion, empathy, dignity, respect, and confidentiality. Passionate about your safety and comfort. Committed to helping you maintain independence and enjoyment of life. Strong, effective advocate for you if hospitalized. Ethical, diplomatic, respectful, patient, resourceful, proactive, and energetic. Methodical and organized, effective multi-tasker, and extremely flexible. Strong work ethic. Dedicated. Can provide confidential Top-Tier administrative support. High level of "anticipation of need" and sense of urgency, allows me to immediately perceive needs and implement changes to accommodate them. Possesses excellent organizational, planning, interpersonal, communication, event planning, and time management skills. Accompany client to all medical appointments and interact with physicians as needed. Communicate physician's concerns, findings and recommendations to client's family members. Provide family members with daily status updates pertaining to all aspects of client care. Medication management per client's physician. Provide complete, professional pet care. Loves arts, crafts, and games. Enjoys providing teaching assistance to all age groups. Enjoys teaching seniors basic computer skills in an uncomplicated, easy to understand way. Schedule and supervise household contractors. Manage household and interact with staff. Previous top-tier administrative positions and life experiences, combined with being a National Certified Medical Assistant, assures you the assistance and care you require.PROFESSIONAL BACKGROUND: Caregiver/Personal Assistant (3 Yrs). National Certified Medical Assistant (2 Yrs). Patient Coordinator/Advocate (3 yrs.) Top-Tier Executive Assistant (25+ Yrs).