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5 Certified Phlebotomy Technician (CPT) caregivers found near Caddo Mills.
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I became a caregiver because I love taking care of people and making a difference in someone's life. What I like most about being a caregiver is that I get to do what I love doing most and it's a very rewarding career. A personal achievement I am proud of is being "Employee of the Month" at my last job at Senior Care @LakePoint it showed that my hard work and being a great caregiver wasn't in vain and that I was appreciated by the difference I made in the facility I was working at the time. I have been a registered C.N.A. for 5yrs, being a caegiver is my calling because of the jobs that I have had in my life this has been the one that I TRULY love doing. I love making a difference in someone's life it's a feeling I can't explain,but the one thing that I know is that this is the field that I am supposed to be working in.
I believe my compassion and desire to serve is what makes me a great caregiver. I grew up with a grandmother who was a mid -wife, a grandfather who did what today we call hospice and a mother who was a nurse and they exemplified servant /leader role. I like being a caregiver because it is a hands on way to serve people in a very relevant way. One thing that I am proud to say in regards to being a caregiver is that my training allowed me the honor of taking care of both of my parents at home until they passed away.
I have an experience of 22 years. I am a good caregiver because I treat my patients like if they were my parents. I cared for my mother for 7 years, she ha Alzheimer's disease, bladder cancer and diabetes. After she was gone I decided to become a CNA to care for other people and give them all my help. I have lots of patience, a realistic outlook, soothing nature and reliability, I am emphatic and have compassion. I want my patients to be happy in their homes, hospital or wherever they are living and care for them like they want to be cared for.
I been doing HomeCare for 10 years cna for 14 years. I'm a phlebotomist as well. Home is where the heart is when you take your loved one out of the home that's when you lose the person that you have grown to know. My job is to be able to keep you with your loved one that one you have grown to know because home is where the heart is and I'm that person do whatever I can to make sure you be able to live your life knowing that your loved one is being taken care of. You have to have patience doing this kind of work and patience I have so if there's any way that I can be assistance to anyone please do not hesitate to let me know because I'm here and willing and able to help you get through whatever times that you need.