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I love what I do. If you don't love what you do your not going to serve the individual adequately. I am a very honest, empathetic and a very patient person when it comes to serving others. As being a caregiver each individual that you have the pleasure of serving, you must make sure that each individual knows that their respect and dignity is at the forefront of me serving them. Serving others in need is what attracted me to being a caregiver. It gives me a genuine sense of joy knowing that I'm able and willing to being that helping hand. Everyone is not built to be a care giver and there are caregivers that are not there for the right reasons. I love seeing the look of gratitude on families faces when they see and know that their love ones are being taken great care of and it's done with Love!! Working on getting my Residential Assistant Living Facility license.
Becoming a caregiver was my natural calling. I Became a CNA in 2010 to assist those who are not able to help themselves. I furthered my education and graduated 9/2012 from WCJC with my Vocational Nursing Certificate. I am a licensed nurse. I love my job, with all that it entails. I am patient, caring, honest, dependable, and loyal. I am looking into furthering my education in the near future and am seeking employment that is flexible with my schedule with children and school.
I'm seeking employment as a private in-home housekeeper and/or companion caregiver, adult sitter, house sitter. I am available now to work part time or full time; & can assist with meal planning/preparation, shopping, medication reminders, light housekeeping, laundry, and general companionship. I'm a kind, compassionate person who enjoys helping people.
I am patient, compassionate, and empathetic. I cared for my ailing husband for the last years of his life. I took care of my mother-in-law for the years that she lived with us, and I have cared for my mother who is in a wheelchair. I am responsible, dependable and trustworthy. Bringing comfort, companionship, a smile, and laughter to someone who needs care is a gift to the caregiver. It is in this giving of myself that I receive joy. I am so proud of the love and compassion my two sons have for others. I feel as if I raised them well.