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1. I had become a caregiver because when my mother was in the hospital i took care of her, and also because i really care about elder. 2. I love that i am working with somebody who really needs me and that i can be there for that person. 3. I am so proud of me because i was about 18 and my mother got really sick and i had the opportunity to be there for her for like a year before she passed away. 4. I am 33 years old from dominican republic, 2 girls, one step son, and have a beautiful family who i care a lot
I become a caregiver because I care, I love the elderly, and I am blessed to be able to. Despite the sadness of having someone with Alzheimer's, Diabetes, Stroke, Cancer, Hospice, or any life changing illnesses, I find personal satisfaction in caring for that person. I see it as a meaningful role that allows me to show my love and respect for that individual. It also feels good to be helpful and to know that I am needed by someone. Caregiving enriches my life. I feel a deep sense of satisfaction, confidence, and accomplishment in caring for someone. I am learning about my inner strengths and abilities that I didn’t even know I had, and find a greater sense of purpose for my own life. Caregiving has open up doors to new friends and relationships, too. Empathy is the #1 core characteristic of an excellent caregiver. I often question if this is inherent within us or this is something which can be learned? I tend to believe it’s a lot of inherent and a big mix of environment. I also believe there are degrees of empathy. Some can empathize more than others. If you can totally put yourself in the place of who you are caring for, you will do nothing but provide excellent nursing care. The question is always, "How would I want to be treated and taken care of under these circumstances?" The core basis of how I provide care is being caring, compassionate, and dignified care with a great attitude.
Well what got in this is from working in dietary. I love talking and being around them it made them help. So when I got old enough I left dietary and became a caregiver. I worked as a caregiver for 3 years, and I just loved it. I would do more then I was supposed to I would buy them things they needed when they wasn't able to. And one day I just wanted to do something different and became a home health aide .
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant. I have been a CNA for a little over 20 years and I have a Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), I'm a kind, loving caregiver and I enjoy being around people. I have assesses patient condition by monitoring vital signs; recording intake and output; reviewing patient care journal;
I consider myself a caring, responsible and dependable person. I have had experience taking care of my elders: grandmother with Alzheimer Disease and my grandfather with stroke. I am open to learn: besides taking the courses for my CNA Florida State (approval # 310518), I also have attended and passed workshops on Med-Tech and CPR as well as the Elite CME Florida CNA/HHA 24 hours online course passed. Second Level Background screening passed. Professional Liability Insurance for nursing professionals.
After taking care of my parents for over 10 years, I learned the importance of the elderly needing an advocate. This advocacy is needed in home & especially outside the home, usually in understanding & interpreting what doctors are saying & to help make informed choices. I am a kind, caring & compassionate person.
I HAVE BEEN A CNA SINCE 2012.. IVE WORKED IN HOME HEALTH, HOSPITALS AND LONG TERM FACILITIES.. FOR THE PAST 2 YEARS I HAVE BEEN A STAY AT HOME MOM WHILE BABYSITTING FOR OTHER FAMILIES FROM BABIES TO SCHOOL CHILDREN.. I ENJOY TAKING CARE OF PEOPLE FROM THE BEGINNING OF LIFE TO THE END.. HELPING OTHERS HAS ALWAYS BEEN A PASSION OF MINE SINCE I WAS A LITTLE GIRL.. IM A VERY COMPASSIONATE AND LOVING PERSON.. I WILL PROVIDE TRANSPORTATION TO AND FROM APPOINTMENTS AND RUNNING ERRANDS ALONG WITH COMPANIONSHIP.. I WILL PREPARE MEALS, HELP WITH TRANSFERS, SHOWERING, GROOMING AND GETTING DRESSED.. I CAN ALSO DO MEDICATION REMINDERS.. IM HERE TO HELP YOUR LOVED ONES FEEL SAFE AND STILL FEEL AS THEY HAVE SOME CONTROL OVER THEIR LIVES.. I AM CPR CERTIFIED AND TRAINED IN DEMENTIA AND ALZHEIMERS AS WELL.. THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING ME TO TAKE CARE OF YOUR LOVED ONE..
I originally became a caregiver (CNA) in my early 20s. Helping people always gave me a great sense of satisfaction. I later went on to become an RN. Although I enjoyed that, I did miss the hands on physical care giving that I experienced as a CNA. The nurse is responsible for medications, orders, conferring with the MD, but little in the way of direct hands-on care. I left hospital nursing in 2004 and spent the next 6 years in a cardio-thoracic surgeon's office. The hours were perfect and I enjoyed the teaching component of office nursing, but it didn't satisfy me the way working as a CNA did. I left nursing altogether 5 years ago to become a stay at home mom for my infant daughter. I feel so blessed to have had these years with her, but now she is off to Kindergarten and I have begun to think about what I would like to do with my time now. My children are, by far, the thing I am most proud of. I think about going back to nursing, but what I would really love to do is to just be a caregiver. Take care of people in their home environment. It's what i started out doing, and it's what has brought me the most satisfaction (professionally).
I became a caregiver because I like helping people. I enjoy being a caregiver to assist patients with there daily activities. I have been a nursing assistant for 12 years. I am trained in geriatric care I have worked on a hospital cardiac unit and I am CPR certified through the American Heart Association. I have some nursing home training. I have also done some private in home care.
Hello my name is Anquanesha, and I've been in this field since 2012 starting out as a CNA. One thing I can tell you is I love what I do I come from a medical family so caregiving is naturally in me, I always say I treat my patients/clients how I'd want my loved ones to be treated. I've seen it all working for hospice, nursing homes, home health, and traveling as a nurse. The experience I've seen so far has made me nothing but a better nurse and caregiver, hopefully I'll have a chance to meet you and take care of your loved one or your needs. Thank You
I recently lost my client of 4+ years... and looking for new opportunities. Here is something about me: I am certified Home Health Aide (HHA) seeking private client who desires quality individual caregiving and companionship services. I have 10 years (3 in EU and 7 in USA) experience in providing compassionate personal assistance and care to seniors. People consider me kindhearted, completely reliable and very pleasant to be with. I have excellent references from every single one of my previous private and agency clients. All my certificates (FBI background check, HHA, Alzheimer, CPR, AED, immunization, tests, etc.) are current. I am married, 5'7", 135 lbs, healthy, legal US resident with EU college degree. I moved to Sarasota (to a condo close to Van Wezel Performing Arts Hall and Bay Club) from central Europe in 2006 to join my husband who is now retired management consultant. I have a car, thoroughly enjoying taking total care of people, shopping, walking, children, cooking, cleaning, singing, pets, dancing, smiling... I am positive, sensitive, giving and easy to get along person. I can work any hours and also team up with other caregivers. If you or your loved one is considering an emphatic family-like caregiving and companionship, please respond. Thank you. I won’t disappoint you!
I have developed a care for others and having cared for the past 6 years for three different clients with companionship, meal and food/ snack set ups for client to eat when I am not there or for daily meals. Medication assistance to include diabetic medication administration for patients on their own individual dispensing of insulin and blood glucose monitoring. Can take to an appointment. Or shopping for groceries if patient needs that. Or to dinner if patient/ client wishes to go out to eat. My meal provided for. Reading, doing puzzles, playing cards or games, arts and crafts.
Hi, My name is Lynnette Moore. I became a CNA/HHA in 1993 to start taking care of my mother diagnosed of cancer. I love helping someone enjoy life. Doing little things like helping someone take a shower or get dressed, can make all the difference in a person's daily routine. Just helping someone regain a little dignity, goes along way. I am a hard worker, very dependable and do a job the way I would want it done for me. I think my greatest achievement was being able to take care of my mom and dad before they passed away. Just being there for them, I will always cherish. My motto is: Do the best job to the best of your ability! God Bless!