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I've always liked working with people. I had taken care of family members (mother,father,uncle), who have pasted on from cancer. I have a heart for the elderly for those who can't take care of themselves. I have worked as a caregiver with Restoring Angels in Greenville S.c. For 2 yrs. 2010-2012. I am currently employed as Dinning Service Director at assisted living facility. I have been there 3 yrs. I have been trained as med. Tech. I am CPR certified. Thank You. Cheryl Reed
I am a natural caregiver, I find happiness in helping others. I have years of caregiving experience, as well as helping to look after my own grandfather who had Alzheimer's. I always try to provide the best care possible, while making sure my clients feel respected and treated with great dignity.
I started off as a hospice aide at the age of 17. This was while I was still in high school because I always knew that caring for others was my calling. I can remember being a little girl and wanting to help out with my grandpa who had suffered from a stroke leaving him disabled and needing help most of the time. I always wanted to help feed him and give him juice. When I went off to college I started doing home health and helping families that needed it. Every one I came in contact with me had such a great bond that we would share that we would become inseparable. I have been told that I have a spirit that most people need to look after others. It is something I enjoy doing. I love to help others because you never know where you could end up. Right now I currently work at a hospital with rehab dealing with stroke patients. I love it. I just want to be able to give people who are sick or just need the company the proper companionship and the love that they need.
I love to be able to help people, make them smile and make them happy. I have always loved to be able to help people feel better and help the get well. When growing up my grandfather had a stroke and was like a dementia patient. I was two when my grandmother started babysitting me, so she could stay home with her husband. We had a special connection, he wouldn't go to therapy. We learned to walk, talk and do everything together. When growing up I decided that I wanted to be a nurse or do something to help sick and elderly people. I really love to help them to be able to accomplish things that they think they cannot do anymore or find away to help them feel like they can do something still, even if its folding wash cloths. I have always tried to make them feel as if they have family even when their family can't be there. Oh being able to help so many families with the end of their family members life, wven when they are on hospice. I have always made it my goal to keep the resident and thier family as comfortable as possible.
I have a strong passion for caring for those in need and are unable to do for themselves. I became a live in caregiver three years after I started working for a homecare agency. The fact I provide my life and time to care for someone in the comfort of their own home. Three years I worked as a livein provides the best care ever up until my client passed away. Now I'm.currently working for an elderly couple their just as wonderful. I live to wake up every morning to give them the best care. Im also currently the owner of a non-medical homecare.
Hello! What makes me so special as an caregiver is that I enjoy giving families satisfactory that they're dearest family member is being well taken care of. I am kind spirited and will uplift anyone I care for with my warm comforted and sweet personality. I take pride in what I do because caring for others is In a form of healing and showing love to whomever. Always giving a sense of strong support to my client. With me being this kind of person going into nursing and caring for other attracted me to do what I love and be who I am. It is my purpose and I use my gift gracefully.
Ability to Adapt. Not only is the health care system changing, but every single day brings different encounters and challenges for nurses or nursing assistants. ... Strong Work Ethic Compassionate Attention to Detail Sense of Humor Quick Thinking Skills Knowledge of Your Calling Strong Communications Skills
In 1994 I was diagnosed with Guillain Barre Syndrome. It is a disease that paralyzed me and shut down everything to where I was on life support. I had to communicate through my eyes only. It was then I decided I wanted to work in medical field. I can relate to some clients as far as losing independence and having to rely on strangers to help you. I make it a point to treat every client in my care as if they were one of my family members. I've been told that I have a kind heart and there is a certain satisfaction I get from helping people , even if its the smallest task.