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A great care giver who cares from the heart and quality of life through compassinate in personal care. I become a caregiver by showing love, understands personal situation, and supports with all my heart. I like the most being a caregiver because I'm happy when I support other's need and it is valuable in my life. I have worked many years in the hospital and clinicals. I've so proud of pesonal achievement when supporting personal care with experience and quality services.
Your Certified Nursing Assistant position demands the skills, abilities and ethics that I have developed during my professional work with different healthcare settings. A dedicated CNA with extensive experience in basic patient care, I am eager to leverage my skills and expertise to contribute to company mission. I am a strong candidate for this job because I have a proven track record of performing all types of personal care activities such as dressing, bathing, toileting, feeding, moving patients to and from bed and wheelchairs, and assisting them in rehabilitative exercises. I am also adept at taking and documenting vital signs, weights, intake and output as delegated per facility protocols. In addition, I have a demonstrated ability to prepare and serve meals, assist patients with eating and accompany patients on appointments and visits. My enclosed resume will provide you with a complete snapshot of my skills which will be beneficial for your facility. As you seek a CNA who can communicate with patients effectively and contribute to your different departments, I am confident you will consider my qualifications. I will call you next week to follow-up on my job application. Meanwhile I can be contacted at (504)-503-8598 or via email at Valereeserenity@gmail @ email . com. Thank you for your time and consideration. I look forward to speaking with you soon.
I loved to take care client that really need help. It makes me filled with the joy that I can do to someone else example: dressing, cooking, cleaning, bathing, grooming, assisting with walking, taking to the doctor, feeding and much more. My experience is not limited to one patient. I had a client who had Alzheimer,Dementia and MS.
I am Kind, Patient, dependable. I have a strong work ethic, enjoys being a team player and love helping others. Excellent communications skills and strong attention to details. Safety is my number one priority. What attracted me to being a caregiver is my love and nurturing personality towards others. I was given the opportunity to make a career change and I loved it. Very different but I love that I have the ability to help or to be of service to others. I like to think of it as a calling on my life. What I enjoy the most is how the residents reacts after you have helped them... Very fulfilling . I graduated from college with honors and I had a perfect attendance while attending for the two years that I was going.
Dear prospective Clients/Employeers: I want to thank you for contacting, *Hands of Sincerity* Your Certified Nursing Assistant position demands the skills, abilities and work ethic that I have developed during my professional work with different healthcare settings since January 11 2000 . I'm an experienced & seasoned CNA who have extensive experience in patient care. I am eager to leverage my skills and expertise to contribute to the well being of your healthcare needs. I am a strong candidate for this job because I am highly skilled in performing all types of patient care activities which include: dressing, bathing, toileting, feeding, special hygiene, transfers (moving patients to and from bed and wheelchairs), and assisting in rehabilitative exercises. I am also able to take and document vital signs, weights, intake and output as delegated per facility protocols. In addition, I have a demonstrated ability to prepare and serve meals, assist patients with eating and accompany patients on appointments and visits. My enclosed resume will provide you with a complete list of my skills which will be beneficial for your patient care needs. As you seek a CNA/Caregiver who can get a feel for patients services and contribute to your daily needs, I hope you will consider my credentials. Moreover, Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely yours, Ms. Govan – CNA Hands of Sincerity
Because in 1968 my brother became a quad and I wanted to be able to help with him To be able to help people while the are recovering or to take care of them and meet there needs while they are converse lasting to make them feel better in their daily needs. To be able to see someone that I have taken care of be able to make a full recovery I am compassionate care giver I take pride in my self and in my work I will go up and above to make sure the person that I am taking care of get the best and very best are anyone can get
I have always been respectful and helpful to my elders, as I watched and took care of my mom in her elderly sickness. I became even more compassionate in making sure every need is met. It is very important for the patient to have every demand met in their latter days. Love is also important, I will provide them with all the love they can stand. They will be able to depend on me and trust me with any and all tasks. Caregivers play an important role and I understand that role completely. I have expertise knowledge with special needs kids, but as I continue to get older I am leaning more towards helping the elders to meet their needs.
I am a certified CNA... leaving the facility Ive worked at for almost 7 yrs, to care for a family member on hospice. I enjoyed my job alot and loved my patients. I worked 7-3pm, full time in Carroll county , Georgia. I became a cna again (previously I was a CNA in 1983),,after living out of the country for 9 yrs. The only job I could find -( being out of the country so long) was in housekeeping at a local nursing home.I looked into a rapid cna class and worked all weekends to go to school durring the week. Finished that, and had been at the Carrollton Georgia, facility ever since. Upon leaving my job, I had alot of family members saying they'd give me their refrences. I loved my job and go back to see my residents I cared for regularly.My co-workers keep me up to date on the residents.Im good at what I do, and try to keep everything "normal" for the patient.I believe they do better at home than in a facility,And I believe whatever they can do for example(stand & pivot) they should continue doing ,because Once the patient stops -they cannot get it back. My other charges in my care, are a large horse and big dog,that I care for daily after work , in the late afternoon & evenings.