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I have a strong caregiver background and a number of professional experiences which I feel uniquely qualify me for this job. Along with my CNA, First Aid and CPR Certifications, and over 10 years of extensive experience as a caregiver, I am confident in my ability to become a key member of your family as a caregiver. My professional experience with different employers has provided me with a strong expertise.
I have been a caregiver since I was 16 years old. I used to take care of my two younger siblings and my paternal grandmother. So I haven been a caregiver and will like to continue doing the same with the same spirit. As a caregiver, I like helping people who are in need to the best of my ability and when the person needing help is happy with my care I feel happy too. Personal achievement that I am proud of is saving somebody's life who needed a blood transfusion which I was a donor. I'm married, a father of two kids, a nursing student. I'm a licensed CNA for 5+ years with experience in psychiatric hospitals, medical (Wakemed and Rex) and homecare. I'm currently working in the healthcare industry and will continue to work in the same industry for the days to come.
1. I became a caregiver because I love helping people. I realized that after becoming the primary sole caregiver to my terminally ill sister, I realize that this profession is my calling in life. 2. I took care of both of my ailing grandparents and I currently assist with taking care of my mother, who's a stroke victim. I enjoy providing the necessary care that people need. 3. I am a second year nursing student. 4. I am a retired police officer. I completed 20 years with the New York City Police Department and now I am pursuing the career I have always wanted. 5. I have a great love for helping people. I am a mother of two twenty-six year old identical twin girls, I have one grandchild whom I love dearly. I am also a retired captain in the United States Army. I am a college graduate and I am presently pursuing a career in the medical field. I am a Certified Nurses Assistant and a Medication Technician. I have experience with working with dementia, Alzheimer, stroke patiences and the elderly.
I became a caregiver 7 years ago at the age of 16. My mother is a registered nurse and encouraged me to start in health care. I have always had the heart and compassion to help others in need especially those who were no longer able to help themselves. I keep residents smiling, uplifted, encouraged, and try to maintain as much independence as possible all while providing a service and becoming a friend. The relationship I have with most of my residents and families are one of instant familiarity and as if I'm part of the family. I have traveled the world almost and witnessed how others lived. I always try to give back to the people who appear to be in need. Although there are times i may need something's if someone seems to need it more than me I reach out an extended hand, shoulder, food, or even as simple as a smile, anything I can. I have worked in healthcare ever since I could be employed. Helping others is my life , i don't know any other way to put it. I take pride and joy and peace in my heart knowing that I am doing what god called me to do.
I am a caregiver and have been providing personal care in a small family care home as well as a nursing home setting for over a year and have received many certifications. I have also provided care for my Grandmother since I was 10 years old who was disabled and requiring 24/7 around the clock care. Many individuals come into health care because of the money, the guarantee of a job due to the capacity of many elderly, or disabled people who need assistance, but then there are some such as myself who came into it because the love and care in our hearts for people who can’t perform in their daily lives because of sicknesses and ailments. Being a Caregiver is something I had a passion for when I lost my Grandmother who raised me in 2003 to a stroke that put her in a coma and took her life a week later. I watched her confined to one room when she had a 3 bedroom home that she couldn’t enjoy, I also watched as Nurse’s aides came to the home to provide care for her, but sat and watched TV majority of the time, and talked on the phone instead of performing their assigned work duties, and without family present she would’ve been neglected. I learned at 10 years old how to care for her administering her medication and insulin, prepare the right meals for her as a diabetic, the proper way and time to clean her oxygen machine, how to bath and properly dress her, and how to transition her from her bed or rocking chair to her wheel chair to leave her home. From my heart this is why I ch
I became a caregiver because my mom had 30 mini strokes to the brain from there I decided to take care of her, taking care of residents that need my help gives me joy in my heart and it let me know they need people to work with them that care my biggest achievement is yet to come I always looking to achieve more tomorrow than I did today I'm a caring,friendly person who would do anything for anybody if I got it I'm independent hardworking and love to laugh get along well with people