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it is my preference to take care of someone else and I put their needs first, I am a good listener, establish a routine and schedule in order to make the person in my care more secure and encourage my client to do as much as he or she can ask what their needs are rather than simple taking charge.
I assist in home care and personal care for over 25 years.seeing someone that could not do for themselves or having problems to get around was heart breaking for me. To help someone to stay in there home and enjoying their lifes is a joy. To be able to be comfortable. As i work around the senior and to see them just moving around in an safe environment brings joy to the families and that give me hope
I am a born nurturer! I treat everyone and everything I care for with much love, devotion, and attention to detail. I have always been employed in a service position. These positions include lifeguard, waitress, caterer, dental assistant, and currently caregiver. I have a passion to help people live and enjoy life to its fullest potential. I believe in a whole- health approach ( mind, body, and spirit ) to care-giving, and I am committed to helping any one under my care achieve success in all these areas. I have a developed approach to healthy eating. I believe food should be both nutritious and delicious! I have studied and practiced good nutrition for over 18 years, and have a genuine interest and talent in cooking. I am flexible, and am willing to implement services you deem necessary for your loved one.
Hi, My name is Tequilla Smith, I'm 38 years old CNA, MA, HHA, and I am CPR certified. I have been in the medical field for 13 years and I love what I do. I am very dependable and trustworthy. I have my own reliable transportation and is insured. I am looking forward to providing great companionship to your love ones.
To take care of people. Being able to love and give love to the sick and the ill. I am 49 years old with a JUMBO heart and easy to work for and with. I love caring for people, I treat them as if they were my own family members. I treat a person they way I want and need to be treated with love, kindness, and respect.
I have been working with the senior population for over 10 years. I am CPR and First-Aid trained and I enjoy the work I do. I have experience with hospice, BP checks,BS checks,meal preparation, medication reminders,run errands,doctor visits, and light housekeeping work. I am a compassionate, caring,patient, and kindhearted person that enjoys what I'm doing. If you get me as your caregiver,you will be satisfied.
I love be a help to others especially our seniors who have sacrifice and paved the way for this generation. I believe it is our duty to give back to those who spent their lifetime helping others. I have so much respect for our seniors and believe they deserve to live the rest of their days feeling loved and appreciated. I have dedicated my life and time in making sure I pay my respects to those who can no longer help themselves due to old age or otherwise.
I am a VERY caring, loving , trustworthy, empathetic, dependable, patient & compassionate person. I love to care for others no matter the age, religion, disability or color. To see that you can put a smile on someone's face and make their lives easier in any way warms my heart. Within the first 3 months of working at Regional One Health as a Patient Care Assistant I was honored with an Over And Beyond article written about how I made a patient guest feel while taking care of her father. Word got around about how I took great care of her father and her as well! However, I did not know that they were good friends with the President and CEO Dr. Coopwood of Regional One Heath! Despite the challenges the rewards can be unsurpassable!
My personal traits: I'm very compassionate, I have a desire to work with people whom have physical and mental disabilities. I'm dependable, I place the needs of the clients first. I'm a good listener. Having family members with disabilities helped me to understand the desire for families needs for a good caregiver. I am thankful for being a caregiver for my family and friends. I enjoy caregiving because it allows me to give quality service. My greatest personal achievement I was able to take care for my grandparents when they needed me most. Because they took care of me when I needed them.
What makes me a great caregiver is the compassion and experience I have in this field. I have worked with all age groups and all ranges of care needed from adolescent with learning disabilities to geriatric with damentia. I have CNA certificate. Currently employed at Unity Psych hospital. My experience ranges also from working in facilities such as hospitals, nursing homes and also residential homes. Also working a case in the Shelby Forrest area with a client that I have been caring for since May 2018 until present. References available..
Am a compassionate , dependable female with 5yrs+ experience in care giving who grew up with her grandparents and I've been their primary caregiver. I love taking care of the elderly. I put my grandparents whom I love so much in their shoes and hence I put in my best when providing care for anyone. I love caring for others especially now that am in my second semester in nursing school. Pursuing my dreams of being a certified nurse is one thing am proud of and strives so hard to push it through.
What are your personality traits or expertise that help you be a great caregiver? Being Compassionate and having passion for other in need. What attracted you to being a caregiver? The way I love helping people who can't do for themselves. What do you enjoy most about being a caregiver? Love seeing my client happy and confortable and safe with the care and love I give. What is a personal achievement you are proud of? Having my beautiful baby girl Nairobi Hasina James on 11/09/17 6lbs 9ozs
I am a certified nursing assistant that loves my job. When I moved to Memphis in 2008, I was blessed to have an eighty nine year old patient on my wife's mail route that was put on hospice, I not only revived her as she say but I gave her that second wind by tending to all her needs while taking care of her in her neice home. I prepared her food with love, took her vitals, bathe her because she was an amputee that just needed a lot of attention. I cared for her from 9am- 9 pm seven days a week for four years and the only reason that I had to leave was because her neice lost her job and decided to put her in a nursing home because she could no longer afford the expense. It is times like these that makes me appreciate helping those who cannot help themselves.