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Hello, I would like to take a moment to share with you what makes me a Great Caregiver and why I would be the best Caregiver for your Love one. I am a Loving, Gentle, Caring, Compassionate, Loyal and Dedicated Caregiver, Mother and Wife of 8 educated adults to young adults. During my teenage years, my great grandmother's bed was set on fire by her caregiver. Thankfully the fire was caught by a family member who came for a visit that day. From that day forward, it has been my desire to care for our seniors and others who are unable to care for themselves. I look at others no matter their race, creed or nationality as equal. My clients become a part of me as I will care and love them as myself. Your love one will always have my undivided attention at all times. Caring for others is part of my DNA.
I became a Caregiver because of my grandmother. She is getting older and has Dementia, so I am always by her side trying to help her remember things and doing daily activities with her. Being a Caregiver is the greatest job I could of ever do because I am helping others out and communicating with them making them feel happy. A personal achievement would be making someone feel good about theirselves on a daily basis. I am a 24 year old and I have almost 2 years worth of caregiver experience under my belt . Im Certified in CPR and AED, Certified in Medication Technician, Certified in Alzheimer's and Mental Health. Also Certified in Personal Care Aide. I also just obtained a certificate in MRSA and Infection Precautions. I'm a very loving and a caring person, and very social.
Growing up, every great grandparent, and grandparent on both sides of my family, suffered from the Alzheimer's gene. I watched and assisted with their care and witnessed their deterioration my entire childhood and adult life. Naturally, I sought genetic testing and learned I am a carrier of the gene. I am pursuing a career in medicine with a double major in Biology (for Pre-Med) and Neurosciences (studying regressive neurological diseases and mental disorders). I am also a mom of 2. I enjoy providing companionship care and have extensive experience (both personal and professional) and knowledge of senior care and dementia/Alzheimer's. I provide the same care to families that I would give to my own. I'm a driven, passionate person who enjoys reading, outdoor activities of any kind, and am an avid believer that anything is possible if we set out to achieve it. I hope that I can give your family peace of mind and comfort your loved ones in their time of need.
I became a CNA because my great grandmother passed away in her long-term living facility due to poor malpractice. I like being a CNA because I can assist those in need while putting a smile on their faces. I have worked in a rehabilitation and living facility center for more than a year. I have volunteered for two other facilities out side of my city as well as worked with children NB-HS ages. A personal achievement I am proud of is that I have came from a very unpleasant poor past and blossomed into a very upmost successful present life leading into my future. I also hold multiple other medical licenses which are, Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Electrocardiogram Technician, Certified Phlebotomy Technician and a Certified Medical Administrative Assistant. Something about myself is that I love to learn, I've never smoked or drank and I try my best to enjoy life to the fullest with an open mind.
I have been a registered CNA/GNA since April of 2018. Taking care of others is simple for me something that comes easily and from the heart. I started doing this line of work to help better peoples lives. I worked closely with 10-12 residents daily working for Genesis Healthcare. I am caring, responsible, reliable, and dedicated to any and everything I do. I give my heart to those I care for. What makes me a good caregiver? Well, I don't get rattled when things "go wrong", I find the next best solution. I follow care plans to a 'T'. If I ever have any questions or concerns they are always documented and confronted. I'm a big sticker for organization and documentation. Like I said, it comes from the heart, and I think that combined with my knowledge and experience is what really matters. My latest TB test was done March 25, 2018 which came back negative. My latest background check, although not done through carelinx, I do have a copy for was done in May of 2018 which also came back negative. I am willing to take drug screenings as I know they will always come back negative however those will not come out of my pocket unless I'm being reimbursed. I understand the want to make sure your loved ones are being taken care of, with me they will be more than well taken care of, that's a guarantee.