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I became a caregiver because I believe it is in my nature and I am compassionate about helping others. I like being a caregiver because no matter how hard I may work or how my day is going, it doesn't feel like work. I would like to help others by doing what I like. I am a mother of four, very energetic and friendly. I recently left my position full time for a major dialysis company in downtown Baltimore and have been in healthcare for a while and started working for Catholic Charities in May 2017, part time on the weekends. I am hoping to start nursing school fall 2017 and would prefer to work overnight Monday thru Wednesday or Thursday but I have open availability and flexibility with my schedule. My personal achievements that I'm honestly most proud of are my children. I am a Certified Nursing Assitant and Cettified Medication Technician through the Maryland Board of Nursing. I am also CPR and First Aid certified.
I became a caregiver because I love to help others. I like the fact that I can always be there for someone else in time of need. My biggest accomplishment was finishing school for medical assisting I know that I had to take care of my family and have responsibilities so I did what I had to. I'm a mother of a 7 year & a 8 month old I'm 30 years old, I'm good at what I do and I treat those like family of whom I take care of.
Being there and having served elderly people has taught me to find positive value in life and giving generously of myself. I have also learned to stay calm and reassuring in emergency situations. I strongly feel that my skill sets and my experience will surely help me excel in this service oriented job.”
1. To make a difference in the lives of people, who no longer have the ability to do for themselves. 2. Providing the best care of my ability, meeting and greeting clients and their families. Getting my clients involved in activities, putting a smile on his/her faces. 3. The feelings of been there when you are call upon, an in exchange the best care you deliver. 4. I Collesha Jones is a very dedicated individual when doing my job. I'm A very caring, thoughtful,, loving, honest, well training and equipped with the HIPPA.
Over 6 years extensive experience in providing prompt and friendly care to elderly and disabled clients. I'm a highly dependable, nurturing caregiver with a compassionate nature. A warm hearted individual who performs personal care activities in a compassionate and friendly manner that maximize residents independence and dignity in a home like environment. EAGER to bring a difference in client 's everyday life.
My name is Latoya Smith I have worked privately as an adult caregiver for 3 years. I've assisted adults with grooming, meal preparation and eating, distributing medications, transportation and appointments, cleaning, companionship and any other necessary needs. I decided to become a caregiver because I am passionate about the well being of all people. I enjoy providing assistance and companionship to those in need. I love to provide my clients with a familiar and trusting face. In May 2014 I graduated from Allstate Career with a diploma in Medical Assisting also receiving certification in CPR. In July 2014, I was tested by the National Phlembotomist Association and I received my certification as a Licensed Phlembotomist. December 2014 I was granted permission to set before the state examination for Medical Assisting, I am currently a Registered Medical Assistant . I plan to continue my education in the health field while taking care of people who need me.
I consider myself a great caregiver because of the patience I have for my clients. I display empathy and compassion to each one of them according to their needs. I am also a good listener and have an analytical and conceptual ability with good communication skills in English, French and Pidgin English (Creole). I became a caregiver because I have a soft spot for women, children and the aged. I have a good knowledge in dealing with the needy especially persons with varied cognitive abilities including persons with emotional, mental, physical and psychological challenges. I have the ability in working in a multi-cultural environment, I am easily approachable and can create effective working relationships both within and outside the organization. I also have the ability to take appropriate decisions, take corrective measures and fair judgments. I like care giving because it gives you the opportunity to assist people regain their autonomy doing the little things that gives them the feeling of being independence.
I have been a care giver pretty much since i had kids. My first born was breech with 2 dislocated hips, she was in a harness the first year of her life. She had her first hip surgery at 5 and her second at 16, my middle daughter is a 15 year ALL leukemia cancer survivor, and my youngest daughter had chairi. My mom was DX in 2016 with waldenstroms macroglobulinemia and I was her care giver for 2 years. I work in Internal medicine now and 90% of my patients are elderly and I just adore them. I listen to their stories and I have so much compassion for these fragile human beings. Caring for others the way I hope to be cared for one day is a passion of mine.
I have become a care giver because of my need to give back. My mother died of cancer when i was seven months old and my grand mother took care of me till my father remarried when I was six years old. She was very affectionate and loving towards me and I have always been fond of older people since. Back home in Sierra Leone I was the grand son who always visited the older family members and did all the chores they could no longer handle. Such as fetch water for their baths, clean their commodes,do their laundry, when i was old enough, help them cook or cook for them. Thus they always helped me out with pocket money. Mostly I like the feeling at the end of the day of having made someone more comfortable and feeling that old age is not a curse. I leave them with the feeling that there is still someone the can trust. I leave them with a smile on there face. It is a good feeling on my part to think that I am dependable even around the less palatable tasks. A personal achievement I am proud off is taking nursing classes at 53 years old and passing the NCLEX boards on the first attempt. I am 53 years old but look and feel like I am 36 years old. I love to dance, cook, clean, jog, ride my bikes and my motor cycle. I also love gardening. I am married with two daughters 22 and 17 respectively. My older daughter graduated from Temple university in in Philadelphia and now works and lives on her own. my younger daughter is in her senior year in high school.
I love taking care of the elderly that always been my dream to take care of people. It started when my grandfather was sick and I was helping my aunt taking care of him. I showed him love and showed him that I care about him and loved him dearly. I made my grandfather feel good about himself even though he was sick. I always wanted to be an caregiver because I'm a loving person, I'm a caring person, I love getting to know my patients and make my patients feel like their my grandparents, I'm a people's person, very out going. I know I would be an great caregiver because I show my companionship, I showed that I'm trustworthy and a reliable person and make my patients feel like I'm their family.
Hie my name is Florence valentine I am a certified medicine aide and a geriatric nursing assistance. As a gna I have 10 years experience and as a cma I have 5 years experience. I like being a care giver because it makes me feel good that by the end of the day I have help someone. Personal achievement is being able to help someone out there for me it's a blessing . I am a 41 year old single mum with 3 children am currently working for oak creast as a cma so I am looking for extra hours to work because I work 16 hours for now .