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Hello my name is Anna Caldwell I was born in Seattle, Washington and raised in Portland Oregon. I moved to Austin, Tx 4 years ago. I am the second child of 5. I am a very caring and loving person raised mostly by my grandmother. I started my care providing over 30 years ago and I have never wanted to do anything else . It just comes natural to me , I love spending time helping out and doing for someone in need. I love animals I have a little dog myself. Don't mind helping with pets.
A health care professional with previous nursing license overseas. Currently trained as a CNA, Medical Assistant with many years of experience. I have been privileged to work with diverse patients/clients with Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Diabetic, Postsurgical patients and many more. , helping them to live a more independent life with dignity while assisting them with all activities of daily living.
When I started out as a caregiver I looked forward to spending time with people who I knew I could share life with as I served and assisted them with daily living needs. It has been such a rewarding experience as I have been able to do this and gain the rewarding benefit of working for and with people. I enjoy the opportunity to be able to help others with their ADL's that they need assistance with and to see them perform tasks independently when they are able to. My patience, the time I spend with them, and my positive energy are a few of my strengths that also help me to succeed as a strong caregiver. I understand that every person is different and at a different stage or place in life. It is a joy for me to help a client and to share life with the people that I care for.
- I Treat all person(s) supported, families, coworkers and supervisors with dignity and respect - Provide assistance and support to person(s) in activities of daily living - Follows all policies and procedures regarding safety in all environments - Implements individual support plans as written - Gained and maintained knowledge of health and medical issues for all assigned person(s) supported - Assisted person(s) with healthcare visits, medications and therapy plans - Notified appropriate supervisor of any health concerns or needs for the person(s) supported - Teaches appropriate skills and involves person(s) supported in meaningful and valued activities - Provides and seeks out opportunities for person(s) supported to make choices - Obtains knowledge of person(s) supported desired outcomes and works to ensure they are integrated into daily activities .
I just retired from the military on 31 October 2015 after 29.5 years of service. During my time of service I had many elderly family members that died and I was unable to be there for them due to my service obligations. Now that I'm retired....I want to give someone the care that I was unable to give to my family. I have much love, care, listening and talking skills to give alone with whatever else that's needed for the person that I'm providing care for. I am willing to go for walks with the client, cook for them, take them grocery shopping, help them with whatever else they need help with except cleaning poop. I will treat the person that I'm caring for the way I want to be treated when I am in the need of assistance. Before I joined the military in 1986, I worked in a Nursing Home for 6 months.
I am a christian faith based personal care provider. I started my career as an elementary school teacher in Ghana, West Africa from 1984 to 1999. My passion for taking care of the elderly was developed after caring for my mother during her last years on earth. Upon arriving in the United States, I earned certifications in Medication Administration, Nurses Aide, and in Assisted Living Management to validate my experience and make me competitive in the field. My unwavering love for my work has awarded me a great number of clients who have become an important part of my life. My growing list of clients encouraged me to recruit and supervised equally passionate and experienced Nurses Aides to assist me in my work. I always trust and depend on the lord to help me make life easy for my clients and their family members. References are available upon requests.
Originally I became a Certified Nursing Aide in order to qualify as a Primary Home Care Supervisor. As I began to bring clients onto service and place the aides into the homes to assist the clients with activities of daily living my heart was changed by the needs of these lovely people, my clients. Caregiving is in my opinion is the most personal way to truly give back to the most frail of our society. It is incredibly rewarding in seeing the outcome of what some assistance will do! I have been an Ombudsman in Long Term Health Care facilities for the state of Texas further helping be a voice for those who may not otherwise be able to speak for themselves. Being able to assure that a resident has the most basic of services and is treated with respect is among achievements of which I am most proud. I bring 10 years of experience and ongoing education with private care clients. Acute Care, ALS, Dementia, Alzhiemers, Diabeties, Physical Therapy, Range of Motion and keeping clients engaged through activities of daily living. I routinely transport clients to Dr's visits, shopping, and their activities. I am a Texan, born and raised, who loves the outdoors. I am an avid gardener and an enthusiastic long distant cyclist. I am fortunate to have great health and enjoy being able to help give some of my strength to those who need it. Lisa
I believe I am set apart from most caregivers because my humility toward human life. I value life that comes in all forms. I have a craftiness in the services that I extend to others that over exceeds the word quality. I believe that this is my God given purpose and destiny. I am most ecstatic about seeing the smiles of others.
I enjoy talking to seniors and have a clear voice that is easy to hear. I have no problem talking loud if someone is hard of hearing. I grew up helping some elderly ladies in my church and my grandma. I would mow lawn, clean, take them shopping, and provide much needed visiting and companionship. I would also drive my Grandma to her multiple knee surgeries (7 to be exact), and help care for her post-surgery. My grandma is the one who taught me to be thorough in my cleaning and do work to be proud of. She now has Alzheimer's and doesn't know who I am, but I still enjoy having one sided conversations with her about the good old days. I was an EMT for several years with our local ambulance, so I'm calm in emergencies also. I have a Compassionate heart, love people, and like to laugh.
I became a caregiver because I wanted to do something that helped people. I was working an office job that I hated and felt desperately pointless, but since I became a caregiver I've found I'm a happier person. I sleep better at night knowing I made someones day just a little bit easier.
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.
My name is musu massaquoi. I'm a professional caregiver. As a caregiver, i work with clients who has disability stroke, ect.. (1) Assist Patient with self-administered medication, to physician notes (2) Ensure patient comfort and safety at all times (3) provide good hygiene and skin care for patients (4) perform hight household to help patients with thire daily lives. (5) Assist patients with feeding, shaving, and personal hygiene. (6) Prepare patients room, made bed, keep the patients belongings neat and organized. (7) Transport patients via wheelchair to and from rehabilitation and daily activities.
I am a great caregiver based on the experience, patience & care provided. I became a caregiver by assisting my own mother in her challenges with failing health . By doing so it became a desire for me to want to help the elderly. One of the greatest rewards is to assist someone who can't do for themselves. To be a help to others is one of the ultimate rewards in life. One of my personal achievements I'm proud of was being there to the end of life for my mother. This field of work allowed me to be there from the beginning to the end with no regrets. Since then I pass on the skills and care to others.
I have always been a person to help..i first started helping people that need help when it came to my dad when he got sick and I had to help him bath,use the bathroom,give meds,help with getting him food and at the time I was only about 15 and I loved it most kids would rather be out with friends not me I would stay and help my dad and I love to talk! About anything and everything you can think of!
Me being a great care giver is being compassionate to the needs of my care compassionate, attentive to the needs of one who is now unable to care for themselve. Families also need these things it's more like a helping hand. It's the commitment to improving, caring for overall patient well being and health through personal care and energetic engagement. I enjoy helping people live full co/in dependent and dignified lives through the comfort of their own home. Dedicated to providing comprehensive in home care that enriches patients lives. Highly dependable and reliable. I feel it's a blessing to be able to be used that's making a difference in ones life. Our loved ones are very precious to us all.