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I have a 10 years years experience .i started working as an aide at the age of 18 ,working for the same nursing home for 10 years now.Provided Personal care and safety to patients under the supervision of licensed nursing staff.Took vital signs for residents. Assisted the care team by providing helpful ,comforting and compassionate care to patients and families. Prepare patients for test and procedures. Collect urine samples for testing as directed by the physician. Record and report changes in a residents.Help the resident of daily living ,including bathing, dressing ,grooming, transferring and getting to and from activities
Hi my name is Pam I became a caregiver back in 2013. I was working as an aide with special needs kids. The child that I was working with had Down Syndrome. Her parents ask me if I would apply through the state and become her caregiver at home so I did. While working with her I received a call from an Independent Provider who was looking for someone to fill in hours to cover shifts. He explained that I would be taking care of two brothers that had Friedreich's Ataxia. Both brothers were very dependent on me to assist them with daily living skills. This is how I became a caregiver. I love being a caregiver. I love the fact that I get to make a difference in some ones life. While working with kids I get to see them grow and become more independent. To know that I had a part in that makes me happy. While working with adults and Seniors I get to help them do things that they just can not do on their own anymore, be a companion, and be a comfort. To me it is a blessing to help make their world a little easier. Somethings that make me a great caregiver are I am dependable. In my three years I have never called off sick one time or never not shown up for my clients. I am organized, I go above and beyond, have good communication skills, show empathy and I put others first. One proud personal achievement I have is I just became an STNA. I was not sure how I would do since I have not been in school for over 20 years but I did it. Now I am hoping to go back to school with in one year for nursing.
I'm a very easy going, compassionate person who enjoys getting to know new people. Its my belief that when working side by side together we can accomplish a better quality of life . I not only enjoy assisting individuals with daily needs but also look forward to connecting on a personal level. Caregiving has always been a natural part of who I am as I've taken care of family and friends most all of my life, making it an easy job choice. I'm dependable, hardworking and very loyal to all those who come into my life.
I'm a very upbeat and positive person! I've been a caregiver for four years now and love helping others. I was attracted to being a caregiver because I've always felt like my job on earth is to help others and make them happy. I have plenty of experience and I'm currently a junior in nursing school!
I always new I wanted to be a caregiver at a very young age . My grandmother would help all the elderly in the neighborhood and I tagged along to help . From high school I went to Owens college for my certification to become an Aide . I've learned through years of experience to blend in the ways of caring to becoming friends with the patient. Learning their life and what is their routine , what they like or dislike. Keep moving ( move it or lose it ) daily range of motion and exercise is important,.Keep living and enjoy what you can . Over 28 years of caring for people ,I became friends with so many family's that I still have contact with and referrals from their family and friends.
I am a compassionate person with 25 years experience in the medical field. I am certified in CPR and have personal experience with people afflicted with dementia. I feel it is important, for those who need care, to be able to stay in their home. I am patient, honest and recently retired. Dignity of my client is my first goal. I cared for my father when was no longer to care for himself. My commitment to him was very important to me. Although his memory had diminished, he would still tell me stories about his childhood and how he met my mother.
I have been caring for young adults with Autism and other mental health issues for a long time now. I love caring for other people. I feel it is not only my calling in this life but my passion as well. I have seen to many differently abled people fall through the cracks and families that seem to want to give up. That is where I come in. I see myself as the one that can truly make a difference in their lives. I am very good at turning a potential bad situation into a good one.