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I'm a care giver because I had passion in helping other, specially the elderly. make them feel safe and comforting them make me happy, and my 15 year of experience make me understand their need, I'm very easy going and flexible person able to help and quick learner. Im very compassionate person, and don't hesitate when serve and duty has to be enforced, dearfore you never regrets hire me.
I BECAME A CAREGIVER BECAUSE I HAVE SEEN THE NEED AND THE WORRIES OF THE FAMILY THAT HAVE TO LEAVE THEIR LOVED ONES ALONE TO GO TO WORK WORRIED ABOUT THEM. I AM A RESPONSABLE, COMPASSIONATE AND CAREING CAREGIVER. I HAVE BEEN A CAREGIVER FOR THE PAST 25 YEARS AND I ENJOY HELPING THE ELDERLY AND SICK WITH THE ACTIVITIES OF DAILY LIVING, INCLUDING. GROCERIES EXCERCISE, MEDICATION REMINDER, COMPANIONSHIP AND MUCH MORE. I ENJOY THE WORK THAT I DO AND I HAVE NEVER SEEN MYSELF DOING ANY OTHER WORK BUT HELPING OTHERS.
I became a caregiver when I was responsible for taking care of my mother before she passed away. What I get of being a care giver is making a difference in someone's life. My greatest achievements and what I am most proud when I was caring for my loving mother. I was the best and most unselfish thing that I have have done. I am a mother of 4 grown children and the grandmother of 8. I and a Certified Nursing Assistant, a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. I enjoy helping people. I love walking reading, and working with the elderly. I have excellent references. I am also willing to do some overnight duty is necessary and given advance notice.
I became a caregiver because I'm compassionate, caring, honest, flexible, committed, hard worker. I like being a caregiver because I've so much love to give plus I love listening to them talk about when they we young. my personal achievement is seeing them smile. I consider myself to be a committed person who also relishes challenges and readily assumes responsibility.
1.I became a caregiver because it is a profession I have been always passionate about . 2.I like that I have the opportunity to care for someone's loved one. 3.I am proud of upgrading my career from certified Home Health Aide to certified Nursing Assistant. 4.I am trustworthy, honest, caring, work well, maintain a good companionship with my patients and loving.
Helping people is what I dream of. I feel bless knowing that I can help someone who had lost the ability to help themselves. I like taking care of people that is what I am most passionate about. I am the best in this job, my clients always loves me because I take very good care of them and I always know what I am doing. I been working in the health care industry for over twenty years. I am well rounded I have seem many different kind of parients. I have work with patients who have dementia, alzheimers and different kinds of disabilities.
What makes me a great caregiver is that I listen to what the person need and want. I don't push my way of doing things on them. I'm very big on communication and being reliable. I work for two agencies whom like my work ethic. I would like to have more options to do more for my client/patients. Working with an agency is great but there are things a patient need help with like taking their medication and using sterile gauze the agency tells me I cannot do it for them and using my car to go shopping for them which is not allowed with the agency I work for. I believe in helping people to be at their best. I want the option to help people with everything within State laws.
Reality. The reality is, is that sometimes our most valued connections in life (family members or friends) aren't available at every waking second. We need to find other resources to help create new valued connections, like me! I have an extreme passion for being able to apply my skills and care into what I do day in and day out, and that serving people!! Whether or not somebody's looking for friend, somebody to help them to the bathroom, or help lift their spirits, I want to be that person! Being a medical caregiver requires more than just knowing how to do certain skills, it's about establishing a connection like no other with the person you are there to treat, heal, help over come illnesses or disabilities! Nothing would make me happier than allowing me to join and assist all of your needs with you and your family. I have a very personal relationship with palliative care and/or hospice healing. I was my mother's main caretaker when she was diagnosed with Stage IV Metastatic Lung Cancer in early April 2017. I was her advocate. I lifted her up when she needed to be both physically and mentally. I listened to her, provided her professional medical care with anything that needed and/or required critical medical attention (which was often), but mostly I held her hand. Throughout the entire process the pain was hard, unbearable even, but I wouldn't give up. I know what it's like to be on both sides... The family member and the caretaker. But what I can empathize more with is being the actual patient. The relation to both parties is significant for me. I am feeling more than compelled to help out that special family that needs it. If anyone gets it, it's me. One of my favorite questions: "how can I help you?"