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Hello! I have always loved the elderly. They're a valuable treasure to me. I've been in the field 10+ years. I'm a Stna and MA (medical assistant). I am trustworthy, very kind, hard working, pay attention to details, organized and dependable. Most of all I have respect for others. There is no other profession I'd rather be in.
I am a great Caregiver because I have experience In care giving in multiple areas at home and in hospitals, I have experience caring for Paraplegic patients, Mental disorders, Dementia and more. I am Compassionate and Empathetic. I enjoy being there for clients in their time of need. I am most proud of my completion of the Medical Assistant program. Also my recent enrollment into the LPN program to gain more skills to take care of your loved ones.
I began caregiving 13 years ago while I was attending school to become a medical assistant. I fell in love with it and continued with it ever since. I give my all in any situation and I believe that I go above and beyond whenever possible for my clients and their families. I am hard working and I truly love what I do.
i like being a caregiver to make a difference in someone's life, to put a smile on their face. i am a game changer! my experiences is helping wheel chair bound, cooking, cleaning, washing clothes, oxygen tanks, doing their hair, shaving, taking care of their hygiene, using the care plan to help better the client from the elderly to children without any legs to help them use there inner strength . My certifications are home health aide, massage practioner and medical assistant.
I chose being a Caregiver as a career because I enjoy helping people. I wanted to do something in my career that is challenging, interesting, and makes a difference in people's lives daily. Just the feeling of me making a difference even if it's just for a few moments matters to me. Also my passion to become a caregiver has also come from being a mother of a child who battles Epilepsy. Caring for her and providing compassion and support to her has been my most inspiration.
I became a caregiver because I wanted to take care of people and help them. I currently work in a residential facility where I take care of individuals with developmental disorders. I enjoy my work and I enjoy helping the people I take care of. I enjoy the people I work with. There's a lot of team work that is required at this place and I am very thankful for the people I have to help me. I do enjoy talking to my consumers and hanging out with them. Most of them can't talk to me, but that doesn't stop me from talking to them! My biggest achievement at this point is that I just returned to nursing school. I spent many years avoiding it and finally I came to the realization that this is my dream and I needed to pursue it. Within a few months I was accepted and enrolled into a great nursing program; currently it is on line so I am able to work around my busy schedule with it. In addition to attending nursing school I baby sit occasionally, I have these amazing twin girls that I have known since they were babies and I watched for a couple of summers and now I still hang out with them and watch them every now and them. I do not have any children of my own, though I hope too one day. My boyfriend and I are talking more and more about our future, but nothing is set in stone yet. In the meantime, I have a niece and twin nephews that I can love on and play with.
I feel that I am a great caregiver because I enjoy helping people with there everyday needs; such as dressing, toileting, appointment reminders, medication reminders, serving meals, feeding, laundry, transporting, and anything else that the client would need assistance with. I enjoy assisting people to live a better life; such as helping a client to live as comfortable as possible, and as independently as possible. I am a patient, quiet, shy, reliable person. I am also a focused person, and I take the position being a caregiver seriously because, I strive and work hard to be an over achiever. The thing that I liked about being a caregiver was that; I was a companion for a couple in Shaker Heights Ohio for three years. The wife had Multiple Sclerosis. I would take care of the wife while the husband was away from home. I assisted her with her medications; by making sure that she had taken her meds for the afternoon and evening. I didn't have to worry about the mornings because her home health aides had taken care of it. Furthermore, I made sure that she was comfortable in bed because she was bedridden, also I would give her the remote to the T.V. or the radio so that she could change the station. I didn't have to do any cooking because the meals came delivered to the couple's house prepared and ready to serve. The couple had home health aides that came to the home in the mornings everyday so I didn't have to serve the wife breakfast; but I did serve her lunch and dinner or anything else that she had wanted to eat such as dessert, or a snack. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is, that can work with all kinds of patients with different nationalities, and backgrounds. I like learning about different beliefs, religions, culture, etc. A personal achievement that I am most proud of is that would be my education. I am studying healthcare administration. The degree that I am seeking is a doctorate.
I became a caregiver because my mother is a nurse and has been for 30 yrs. I have been in the health care profession for more the 10 years and have completed many training and earned my Medical Assistant Diploma from Sanford Brown College in Middle burg Heights. I became a State Tested Nursing Asst at the age of 19 . I have worked in Nursing home , Rehabs , Hospital and Doctors offices. I am currently Certified by the state of Ohio to Pass Medication and give Insulin injections. I enjoy taking care of people that are in need of help. It bring a true sense of joy to my life.