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I treat my clients like family.. when I go to the nursing homes and assisted living places it breaks my heart to see how many people just want attention or someone to sit and ask them how their day is... I'm very passionate about working with older people I learn new things everyday.... I'm a hugger I love showing the people I work for love... I like to take my clients out for lunch and love just sitting with them and seeing what they have done for work and tall about family... Bottom line is my clients become my family...
Hi! My name is Kathy Masino. I am a retired Registered Nurse who decided to stay at home and raise my 3 beautiful children who are now grown and doing their own thing out in the world. I could not be prouder of them or more thankful for the opportunity I had to stay home and raise them. I truly miss the nursing aspect that brought much joy and fulfillment to my life. I would love the opportunity to work again with the elderly in the capacity of a companion with the added benefit of having a nursing background. I believe everyone deserves respect, dignity, compassion in the elder years. Growing old is not easy and unfortunately Father Time gets us all! I have always enjoyed the stories and the quiet moments with elders. They have much to share and much to learn from.
My respectful demeanor, responsible characteristics, caring, honest, and loving heart makes me a great Caregiver. I became a Caregiver because of my passion to help people/ elderly. One thing I love the most about being a caregiver is the bond that I tend to build with my clients/companions. I wouldn't trade my job for the world ! I come with a crew of outstanding caregivers looking for 24/7 care clients. We are the best at what we do. I am the best Case Manager & Caregiver around.
Hi my name is Syreena! Welcome to my page! I have well over 2 years of Companion /Personal Care Aide experience. My goal is to attain employment to expand my field of knowledge in health care. Ultimately furthering my career and pursuing my dream by becoming a Registered Nurse. I have an array of experience working with clients that require assistance with: mobility, range of motion, bathing , toileting , grooming , laundry, hoyer, oral care, trac suctioning, house keeping , errands/ appointments , medication, reality orientation, transfer disc, providing comfort care and maintaining overall well being. I pride myself on exemplary customer service along with compassionate bed side care. I'm flexible with my availability and willing to travel and learn new techniques in order to provide the care that clients and families desire and can trust will be delivered.
I am a outgoing individual that will be a good companion for your loved ones. What makes me a great caregiver is me being able to work with diverse backgrounds.. Being able to help someone in need is why I enjoy my job so much.. Having patience and consideration for others feelings and home is a achievement that I am proud of. Hopefully you will give me a chance to care for your loved ones..
what makes me a great caregiver is that I have the patience to get to know someone rather its verbal or physical and it makes not only me but the client feel good that I understood the problem. I became a caregiver because its always been a passion for me to help others that genuine feeling is amazing kinda like a breathe of fresh air. what I like most about being a caregiver is meeting different people with different values that I sometimes adapt as my own. A personal achievement I am proud of is I signed back up for school to finish my degree in nursing
I became a care giver because I always wanted to help people give them the love and care that they need I like about caregiver is that I love doing care treating with respect and dignity treating them like they are mines because I really Care about them and what they go through and listening to them when they need some one to talk to I'm am very proud of my self of the person I am today. I went to job corps and finish school I never gave up on my self because I know I can do it I have faith in my self so I'm very proud that I wising up and became a CNA well I'm 20 year's old went to job corps and receive my high school diploma and my CNA certification I'm always on time work hard dedicated my strength is working hard giving the care to my residents at the same time my weakness is I don't like to see tears cause I will cry but it's ok to cry I will cry with my residents all day long if they need me to cry with them not a problem at all. Now I'm 24 i Beat Cancer 3-1/2 years ago and I'm a Cancer Survivor and I'm still working as. Certified Nurse Assistant and a Personal Care Aide I still have a deep connection on working with the elders and Cancer patients no matter what I went thru i still have the love and care to take care of people that's my passion and I love what I do.
Let me start by writing about what I know. No matter how much excellent medical and/or psychological care and loving support a person may receive, the person who is facing challenges inevitably feels fragile and experiences a crisis of confidence. Total care only begins at the bedside. The whole environment becomes part of the treatment plan, with a goal of encouraging the person remain engaged in the day to day decisions and activities that govern his or her life. The next thing I know is that, regardless of how smart I think I am, that person with challenges has his or her own agenda and will put every effort into achieving those goals. This deserves great respect. This requires negotiation. This requires a sense of humor. This requires open minds. This is what I know. And since every situation is different, there is no cookie cutter big enough to consider all the possibilities for care and support. Every case depends on intelligent decisions, patience, and cooperation. All laced with healthy doses of kindness.
I became a caregiver when I was 18 years old at the age of 18 I had to take care of my grandmother she was 80 years old and diagnose with cancer I took care of her till she was 85 and that's when she passed, as I was taking care of her I went and took up a HHA course and passed I'm a certified home health aide after my grandmother passed I decided this is what I love doing an this is what I want to do for the rest of my life, I love caring an helping the elderly I'm very dependable and reliable.
What makes me a great caregiver I've learned to hear & listen as well have compassion. All my teen age life I wanted to care for elderly & children, I started working with individuals with develop disabilities ages range 18yrs - 70yrs, I thought to myself this is great later I came across working with senior citizens my heart, soul and mind was complete I found my goal this has been a passion and hearts desire. what I love most about being a care giver is being there physically, mentally, spiritually to comfort to have an ear and hand to help make another client day better than the day before. My personal achievement I'm proud of knowing that I made another persons day.
I am an empathetic, considerate, and reliable person . I love what I do I am a passionate person, who loves helping people. I'm a people-person. I love meeting new people and learning about their lives and their backgrounds. What I like most about my job, I love putting a smile on there face and I also get to be apart of the family. it's my passion, to be there for others especially when they have no one else. I went back to finish my career which was I tough descious. I have over 25 years of experience. I had to lower my hours, change my life circumstances, etc.. but I enjoy it. I am a mother of 8 a grandmother of 4 and I just take life one day at.