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I am the mother of four adult children & 8 Grand children I think one of my best personality traits would be compassionate caring and easy to talk with I have been involved in women's ministry children's ministry as well as youth ministry, College and career. I enjoy helping people, spending time making people feel at ease, cared for and appreciated.
My name is Sheila. I have 34 yrs experience in healthcare. 11 yrs as a Nurse Aide "when certification was not required." 17 yrs as a Certified Nurse Aide and Medication Aide and 6yrs as CPhT and Registered. I've worked in homes, nursing homes, hospitals,retirement homes, MHMR Facilities and Prisons administering Medications, taking vital signs, documentation on chg's due to new medication,assist with bathes, showers,meals,grooming, hygiene,dressing,accompaning client to DR's appt grocery shopping and cooking. When client or family member is able to request their wants or needs and the request has been accomplished through the Caregiver it merits instant satisfaction for both Client and Caregiver. I chose not to work for big Companies, because of "POLITICS". Next to winning the Lottery, this is most rewarding job in the industry. A Private Caregiver. Thanks, hope to hear from you soon.
I am a very friendly, lively, and kind person! I love to talk and laugh and would definitely make sure that your loved one got all that they needed. I am young and strong and can help lift, carry, and do any manual labor needed. I have a lot of experience in this field and have helped many different families with their loved ones. If you teach me your system, how you like things done, what needs to be done, ect. I will absolutely do my best to do everything and anything needed. I will definitely try to go above and beyond what you require and will above all else, make sure that the needs of your loved one are being met. I started caregiving about 4 years ago with my sister. She took me along to visit her elderly patients and I thoroughly enjoyed it. I loved having the ability to make those who found themselves in a darkness, smile and laugh. I love bringing joy and making others feel comfortable. Also, having the ability to help out a family, to make their lives easier, means so much. Knowing that I am helping you out, if only a tiny bit, makes my day. I will feed, and cook, and clean, and transport and do all else that your loved one needs. I just want to make them feel comfortable and loved.
Being a caregiver is not an easy task, no matter the needs or level of dependence of the individual receiving care. While taking care of one's own personal needs is more or less automatic most of the time, switching gears and caring for someone else is not. Putting someone else's needs before yours isn't always easy or fun, but coupled with the knowledge that you made someone's life easier and better, can be incredibly rewarding.
I became a care giver because I love people & want to make a difference in someone's life. I enjoy being a caregiver because I feel we all will need help one of these days. I lived with my Mother for 9 years because she had Dementia/ Alzheimers. I was in a Auto Accident with my Daughter & it was a my worse nightmare, I had to walk with a walker,i had to sit on the steps just to go up 12 steps to go to the bathroom I rehabbed to my Mothers' house to help me and watch her. She was great, always trying to make my struggle easier, but I was proud and needed to do for myself most of the time. I loved her for being her. A nursing home in Bay Shore gave her too much drugs that made her have a stroke, Her Dr there came in only 1 day weekly, the nursing home didn't send her to the ER until 4 days later. She died on Jan 4, 2008. She's my HERO and Angel in Heaven.
I am a patient, calm person and I like people. I was a volunteer, (Henry Ford Hospice 3 years). Personal caregiver for my mother (1 year), volunteer with Lighthouse Hospice, Employee at Lighthouse Hospice (3 years). I enjoy helping clients be their most productive selves with dignity. I was volunteer of the year at Henry Ford Hospice and under my supervision, increased the number of volunteers and community organizations involved in our program.
Am extremely calm and patient, a great listener. Well growing up, have experienced the other side of life to an extend and in future wish to open and orphanage and a comfortable facility for the retired so i decided to learn from scratch. Nothing is as fulfilling as putting a smile on someone's face. Being able to give a helping hand is what I enjoy most. Am proud of how compassionate I have become over time and most importantly bring comfortable to a dying love one with so much ease and love
Hi! I am an Occupational Therapist Assistant (Retired) with over 20 years of experience. I've served a broad spectrum of clients, working in schools with children, in the hospitals with psychiatric patients and those with physical dysfunctions, as well as caring for geriatric patients in nursing homes or their own homes. I cared for my grandma, dad and mom before they all went home to be with the Lord. For me this is not just an occupation but my vocation.
I am a great caregiver because of the way I'm able to relate to people of any kind, the old, the young, disabled, and the mentally ill. There is a spirit that I possess that draws people to feel comfortable around me . I became a caregiver because I grew up around a lot of older relative and once they became sickly I was there to take care of them, and my greatest accomplishment is to volunteer in the Hospice program for Baylor Scott and White when I first came to Texas and was able to relieve the families of some to the burden of their loved ones by giving them time to take care of themselves and other family members.