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I am 58 years old. I have been a CNA for more than twenty years. I love my job as a caregiver. I became a caregiver when I was 16 years old working in A nursing home. I like being able to help others. It is rewarding and satisfying to learn about others and know that in your work you can make a Positive difference in your clients life. I respect and provide thorough and responsive hands on care . Necessary to maximize care , and safety with in the scope of my Certification to my clients. I Wanted to improve my knowledge of health care. So I took a Medical Assistant class at MedVance Institute and Graduated with a 4.0 grade average. I lost my Husband in 1994, My sons were teenagers, I raised two wonderful sons while working as a private duty care giver.
I have been certified by the state of Texas over 29yrs. I am caring and enjoy what I do. I have cared for many individuals my whole adult life. I have experience in long term facilities as well as private home care settings. I assist with daily ADL's. Bathing, grooming, dressing, feeding and transfers. I assist with range of motion exercises. I assist with medication reminder, administration and management. I assist with meal preparations and lite housekeeping. I am reliable and dependable. You may contact me at 979x 557x 62x 79
I love people, but most importantly love taking care of those that can't do for themselves any longer. I am dependable, honest, hard-working, very caring, enthusiastic, energetic, drug & alcohol free, clean, & organized. I have my own reliable transportation & I have no children. I work for myself, no company. Pay is negotiable, hours are flexible. I have an outstanding resume & references.
i became a care giver do to the fact my dad was dying and the lady that came to my house to give care never did any thing for him, i had to !!! so it hurt my heart to witch my dad lay in that chair dying and knowing that lady went to more then my house "so called helping people " but not doing a good job ! at this time i had just drop from nursing school so i could take care of my dad 24/7 so when he passed away i know in my heart that i had to try to make a difference... some people made the health field look so bad there had to be someone that loved it just as much as i did !!! so i want to school and took the course!! i love people it make my day when someone tell me just because u come in today my day will be better .. all the other ones have attitudes and they are rude! This people become a big part of you life almost like they are your family ..
Well first I have been in the nursing business for over 10+yrs. I always as a kids love to be with older people I worked with them since I was a kids. Going to all the elders of my church homes to see if they needed help. I believe God has bless me with this gift of caring for challenge children, sick, lost of limbs all of that. Every patient I have has all fell in love with me and I did as well. I have been proud of myself from when I finished school I knew my call from God was to help the sock and spread his word to the lost souls. I am looking for a job interview and praying that God will bless me with a loving family I can share my love with. I am a hard worker a great cook I love singing to my patient walking reading anything that will make their life feel worth living. I hope to hear from you all soon. Be blessed in Jesus Name
I am compassionate and give my resident the care that they deserve with dignity. My first mother in law was very sick with CHF and none of her kids too care of her so I did it for 6 month's while I was pregnant. I love to interact with people if they can talk if not just a smile or a certain look in their eyes and face that says "Hi, I am so Glad that you are here." Becoming a Good person who cares about others and to help. Who is committed to taking care of other's.
I dedicate my life to others everyday, just to give them life. I am energetic, compassionate, and will put my all into my care giving. Dementia patients have stories to tell just like many. I am a listener i try to place myself in my patients shoes and treat them like i would want to be treated. My accomplishments is just putting a smile ony patients face everyday.
I have been a CNA/Caregiver with 18 or more years of experience. My experience started with taking care of family members and friends. Anytime someone became ill I was called upon to help out. I became a Caregiver because I'm compassionate, nutrienting, a good listener, and I love taking care of people. Being a caregiver you have to have patience, and always be a good listener. My achievements have been working closely with nurses and doctors at different hospitals, assisted living facilities, and have had private duty cases. I plan to continue my education in the healthcare field.
what makes me a great care giver is my ability to love and accept everyone for who they are as well as the passion that I have always had since a child of taking care of people. Growing up I had a little brother that could not walk, talk, sit up or feed himself. He had no control over his functions at all. I was the oldest child and spent all my free time feeding him, changing him, bathing him, administering his meds on a daily basis. Using a track in our home I was able to maneuver him around the home to take care of him, I did this for 18 years. I spent all my time with him, loving a caring for him. He passed a few years ago due to his illness and I vowed to continue to find ways to take care of, serve and help people, its has been my way of keeping his memory alive. I believe my experience with him is why I am so passionate today and why I feel that being a caregiver is something that I am called to do. I love knowing that I am able to touch someone's life and make a difference. I know I would be a great fit as well as a great asset for your family no matter who you are or how challenging the situation, I am prepared to face it with you with a loving, compassionate and patient heart.