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1. My mother was diagnosed with MS, it was very painful watching her lose her independent, a woman full of wisdom and strength. She lived with it for 10 years and i was with her through out her ill period taking care of her. It wasn't easy for her but being there for her was a big healing on it own and it gave me joy being there for her and making sure she was comfortable at all times. After my mother went to be with the lord, i pledged to get trained professional, in other to help others that may need my help. 2. The interaction and being able to know that at the end of the day that i am able to help and save ones life. 3. I went to University and graduated with Bachelor degree in Healthcare Management and minor in Business Admin. 4. I am humble, energetic,loving, caring, motivator, listener, God fearing and i have passion in what i do.
Emphathy, Compassionate, Patience, Attentiveness, Trustworthiness. I do what i love, that helping, taking care of someone who really need help, that give me peace and Joy in my heart. Personal achievement is every client i'm taking care of are happy about the care are provide and their family also. Even they passed away their family still stay friend with me and they always treat me as family and they always refer me to other people.
I am a warm, cheerful and caring caregiver (Certified Nurse Aide) who is ever willing to provide comfort and safety at any time of the day. I am an experienced Nurse Aide who has a compassionate nature and caring skills with wide experience in providing care for individuals with Dementia and intellectual disabilities to improve their overall health and wellbeing. I derive joy from knowing that I contribute to improving someone's wellbeing...
I've been a caregiver for the last 18 years and I love providing services for my client. My services include: cooking, cleaning, bathing, giving meds, hoyer lift, doctors appointments, and companion care. It's always been a passion of mine to help others since I was a kid and my happiness comes from knowing my client is satisfied with the services I provide. I'm friendly, a great listener, honest, a fast learner, and willing to provide any services needed.
why I become a caregiver my stepmother is a nurse an I see the quality work an effort she put in her job her motivation give me an uplifting spirit at all times to do my best an give my all in everything I do. what I like about caregiver is meeting new people and providing quality services. my biggest achievement is to do my best an doing the quality care my patient requires .
Patient Care has always been my passion. After graduating BS Physical Therapy, I worked as a live-in Caregiver/Physical Therapist for two years in Saudi Arabia and four years as a Physical Therapist in Al Osrah Medical Center, KSA. I handled several medical cases like CVA (stroke), RA, SCI, CP, Fractures, etc. I took up Nursing and graduated Bachelor of Science in Nursing last March 2016 and I'm currently working on my nursing license. I can assure that my client/patient will be in good hands and will be treated with tender, loving care.
As a certified nursing assistant I have expertise in serving chronically ill patients by assisting them with daily living activities and general household tasks, grooming and bathing assistance, house hold tasks, feeding assistance, and I am also a college student in the healthcare sciences department and my majors is Practical Nursing.As my resume states I have worked in the field and the skills that I gained are compassion, time management, effectiveness, patient focus, and provide reassurance to the client that I am willing and capable to assist and provide the most effective care and support.
I began care-giving by assisting my grandmother who was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Caring for my grandmother has opened my heart with a compassion to care for others.Since becoming a C.N.A, I have cared for seniors with the following conditions: Alzheimer’s disease, Stroke, Paraplegics, Cancer, feeding tubes, Catheter, Diabetes, Hospice, Parkinson’s and knee replacement. Working with seniors has given me the greatest pleasure and developing my compassionate skills is one of my greatest accomplishment.
1. I've always enjoyed bringing happiness to other peoples lives and the best way to do that is by serving. 2. Making a difference in someone's life, whether it's just a smile or a meal or just listening ear or shoulder to lean on for comfort. 3. Opening my home to dozens of young adults in crisis and helping them get a new start on life. 4. I am a very caring and compassionate person and I try make each client feel special by giving them personal attention while encouraging independence and treating them with diginity
I am kind compassionate, and a great I am kind compassionate, and a great listener. I became a caregiver because I felt the need to help people that are not able to help themselves. I like being a caregiver because it helps me to gain experience for the medical field. The greatest achievement I have made was educating myself and staying in college
I am a reliable, dependable, fun and outgoing person, I am very passionate when it come to the nursing field because I treat my clients as if they were my family. It is a blessing to take care of people and to put a smile on his/her face. I am very knowledgeable on each individual care. I have done home healthcare for 3 years and recently came from working in a hospital in 2019. I know how to use assistive devices such as a gait belt, mechanical lift, sit to stand, etc. I am proud of all the opportunities I have had to grow and learn so much when it comes to taking care of people.
Highly motivated, very patient and trustworthy, extensive experiences in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's, recently included adherence to hospice care,also medication and nutrition management, I love what I do this has been my passion since I took care of my ailing mother until she passed, I always feel so accomplished whenever I helped someone who has disabilities, excellent references and ability to drive.
I was caregiver for my dad for ten years he needed me to care for his daily needs. After his second brain surgery that he lost his long term memory. I couldn't mind since my dad cared for me when I was a baby to teen-years. So I couldn't turn my back on him. Plus as a nurse assistance it is my job to care for the client in their time of need. That I gave my dad the best care as a parent would give to a child. I am the mother of two grown children a son and a daughter and my son-In-law and two grandchildren Autumn and Gabriel. I am graduate from Brown Mackie College from Atlanta for medical assistance for one year program. I am have certificate nurse assistance for 20 years in nursing home, senior care home and ten years of caregiver experience. I am the type of person that I care about others well being to get better to their old self again. I believe that what I am doing will make them well again or feel better while I'm care for your love one. I am the kind of person that is down to earth, out going, caring, warm hearted, and silly person that wear my heart on my sleeves. I have been in the caregiver business for 24 years every since 1990 when I graduate from nurse assistance school.
I became a caregiver because my grandmother had cancer and I wanted to learn how to take care of her, she was a survivor for 40 year, I admired how the nurses and the patient care techs took care of her. So I wanted to give back. The best thing I love about this job is seeing the transformation of ones being. It brings joy to my heart to see someone smile and laugh. I have a private duty case now and the daughter said her mother is so happy now and enjoy when I come a take care of her that is a personal achievement especially when you are taking care of someones mother. My name is Lisa Council I am 49 years old but I look every bit of 29, I am outgoing and love to have fun with my residents, they are such a joy. I have no children, but I am married. I am also a licensed cosmetologist and medical assistance, so I do spoil my residents. I pamper them male and female.I have been to college haven't received my degree yet but I am working on it. I presently work at Piedmont Newnan Hospital on the Orthopedic floor.I reside in Palmetto Ga. I am looking for that one on one care instead of 18 patients as a load, It pays well but I am not getting the satisfaction of what my purpose is for doing direct patient care. That is why I choose to do Private Duty.
I am very caring, attentive, empathetic and a professional at what I do. I have 14 years experience and have worked with hospice, home care and skilled nursing in my many years as a certified nursing assistant. What I love about being a caregiver are the connections I make with people and the difference I am able to make in their life. I have quite a few personal achievements that I am proud. The one I am most proud of is the hundreds of peoples lives I have touched by improving their quality of life and making their day a easier and brighter. I understand the feelings that come along with not being able to do the things one was able to do independently at one time. I am a very spiritual person and strongly believe in holistic approaches to create a balance in mind, body and soul for healing or better quality of life. The families that I serve love the care that I give.