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I've been in the healthcare field for almost 10yrs. My motto is to be the caregiver that I want in the future. I've worked in many nursing homes, assisted living and memory care facilities. When I worked at autumn Leaves as a CNA, I was offered the position as a Life Engagement Specialist. Within my new position, my role included conducting activities and exercises. When I started the exercise routine, I made some changes to make it more fun for everyone. Within 3months, it went from 20% participation to 60%. I've worked with all type of patients and residents and also understand that this change is not only on the client but also effects the family members as well. My goal is to pay it forward for those who are in need.
I would consider myself to be a caring, loyal, energetic, and an outgoing person. I love to care for others and assist people with reaching their highest functional levels. I have experience as a caregiver on various levels such as caring for my love ones (mother, grandmother, etc) and working in the social work field for disable clients.
I'm certified by the State of Texas as a CNA; I completed a 8-week training course at Houston Community College. I did a month of clinical at Treemont Assisted Living facility located in Houston, Texas. My duties were feeding, bathing, dress, and assist with mobility. In terms of your job requirements, I can cook, clean, and do laundry. I can work 10+ hours on my feet without tiring, can lift, carry and transport items up to 30lbs. I'm currently thinking of going back to school and becoming a certified medication assistant ( CMA ) in addition to a ( CNA ). I think it would be an excellent way to elevate the quality of my care.I'd love the opportunity to sit down with you and discuss it in person. I can be reached by phone any day of the week before 8pm. I'm also available through email. Thank you for your time, and I hope to hear from you.
I am a foreign medical graduates who is raising up money to pay for my boards I have been trained as a doctor in England and right now I work during the day as a clinical research coordinator and I'm trying to find something to supplement my evenings I am very fit and I believe I'll be in a good position to monitor someone's health
Hello! I Love being a caregiver. I am a certified PCA, I have training in HHA and in HCA and have 9 years experience. I am also CPR and AED certified. I have extensive experience in memory care as in Alzheimer, Dementia and stroke and much more. I provide assistance with daily living which includes reminders, personal grooming, physical therapy, meals, medication bathing feeding/tub feeding. I also try to provide a life of fulfillment which gives each individual an opportunity to have some companionship. I strive to maximum the quality of life to each individual in need of assistance by providing personalize high premier quality care that promotes a safe, healthy and caring environment. My motto is I cannot control the quantity of life but I can control the quality of life so my goal is to serve everyone with the premier care to give each individual the feeling of belonging. As being a caregiver each individual that I have the pleasure of serving 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 caregiver 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.
I earned my Nursing Assistant Certification right out of high school in 2005. I've also worked in several nursing homes in New Orleans, LA from 2005-2012. My life's passion for practicing as a caregiver and working in the healthcare field has been seriously rewarding physiologically. Helping families and efficiently managing complex tasks is what I enjoy most about being a caregiver.
I have worked in the health care field for 14years as a caregiver,c.n.a,medication aide,along with cpr certification,first aide. I have been in transportation the last three years. I love health care such a wide variety of of love and care to give from myself to others. I plan to go to school to become a nurse,I love achieving my goal that I set daily is to have my job well done and a smile on my clients face.
1. I became a caregiver because I am naturally drawn towards helping others. 2. I like being a caregiver because I am earning a living by making someones life easier, which makes me feel I am doing a job that has meaning and is worthwhile. 3. A personal achievement I'm proud of is when I became a mother. 4. My other passion is natural health.
I became a caregiver because elderly have always been my passion,I love being around and keeping a smile on their face,just being around my elderly,and to know that I can be around for them in wherever I can assistant then in will be a great achievement to me,about me am a happy energy person i love to work always kept a smile on my face. I always have loved what I do.
My major objective for becoming a caregiver is to make a difference in people's lives. People need a doctor to diagnose and treat their diseases and ailments, they need a nurse to administer medication and treatment when they are sick. However, at all times they need a caregiver to listen to them, attend to their everyday needs and treat them with compassion. That is where I come in. What I like about being a caregiver is that it affords me the opportunity to use what I have, the skill, knowledge, experience coupled with love, honesty and integrity to help people in need. One personal achievement I am proud of is the completion of the NRCPT Phlebotomy Technician's certificate and yet, rather than sit down to do venipuncture, I chose to do what I like most--care for people. I have worked in various aspects of the healthcare system. Overseas, I worked as pharmacy technician, medical assistant and nursing assistant for eight years. Here in the United States I have taken care of different kinds of patients especially the geriatric population and those with Alzheimer's disease as a professional certified by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. I am very reliable, dependable and both a team player and team leader. I do my job with integrity and honesty. Moreover, I take the job personal in that I view the patient as if he/she was my father/grandfather, mother/grandmother, uncle/aunty.