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I take my job seriously and go above and beyond, I love the elderly especially I learn from their wisdom, I have a history of family members that are nurses, I like giving one on one time and my most highest achievement is adding being a phlebotomist to my resume. I'm dependable and flexible, I cook clean bathe meds laundry yard work doctors appt vitals and so much more. I like being a part of the extended family of my patient. Been a cna for 3 decades and I love my career. I have references. I have current cpr ppd test, background check, drug test, I have a current cna license. I have no children and 5 dogs!
I became a State Tested Nurses Assistant in 2015 back when i still lived in Ohio full-time. Since then I have worked in two nursing homes and worked for a home health agency, where I aided the residents/clients in their activities of daily living. What I love most about being an Aide is getting to know my clients/residents and hearing about their life story. I love being able to provide care to people who can not be fully independent so that they are able to stay in their family's residents longer. Recently, the state of Virginia recognized my Ohio state certification as a nurse aide.
Since my teen years I have wanted to become a nurse because of my love for people and caring. During the summers of 2011 and 2012 I worked as a volunteer Certified Nurse Aide in Zambia at a hospital for children with curable disabilities. This experience confirmed my love for nursing and then in 2012 I began taking pre-nursing courses and I will start Radford`s Nursing program in the fall. Nursing is so much more than just the science and the vital signs. Nursing the whole body approach to caring for sick and hurting people. I have learned so much through the patients I have cared for about life and wisdom and that knowledge is a gift I will never forget.
I'm grateful to be a caregiver! especially thankful to those who trust me enough to care for their a love one. I have dedicated my time thirteen years now in this field. I wouldn't change it for the world. It brings joy helping others, I use to only want this career to only follow in my family's foot steps. I see now it's for the love, and passion, the joy of helping those who are in need. I pray one day someone will feel the same about me. Im outgoing, compassionate. Patient, and very understanding. I have many many skills I have developed over the years, Hospice, Feeding Tube, Dementia, sundowners, and etc...
I have been a CNA since 2013 and also carry my CPR certification. I work in homes and Facilities to take care of patients. I have many references and currently have patience in their homes that I assist with their daily needs doctors appointments errands and anything else they are in need of assistance with. I absolutely love what I do and to make people smile. I havr a valid drivers liscense and my own transportation
To be a caregiver means that you understand good health, treatment, respect, and affection. I believe I received my caring abilities from my parents, and grandparents. I believe I was blessed and very fortunate to be raised and shown how to respect my peers, and elders as well. Respect their views, opinions, and accepting them knowing that everyone is different. Being taught how to love or give care to someone was easy for me. Now I am doing what i've essentially always known to do. It's in my blood!