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In home care/companion caregiver I am a certified nursing assistant and CPR and first aid with 20 years of experience and respirate overnight and day if needed My passion is care for other senior and special needs Assistant with activity daily of living. Companionship Transportation,errand/shopping Light house keeping Meal preparation Medication management
My years of experience started as child careing for my younger siblings. As I matured my passion turn twards seniors for they wisdom and care they give to me as a young abult . In elementary my school nurse became my mentor ,I use to spend every break in the nurses office watching and admiring her as she Passionately care for the children's. I enjoy the smile on a person face after being cared for. My ability to adopte to new environment and new people.
I became a care giver after my husband became ill with cancer. The treatment he got in the hospital and hospice makes me sick to my stomach. Especially the way some nurses spoke to him. I then decided to become a CNA so I can help him and the other patients who really need proper care. To treat every one of my patients the way I would like to be treated if and when I get sick. Other words treat them the way I want to be treated. My personal achievement that I'm proud off is right after giving my client his bath on 10/28/14, he hold my hand and told me thank you for everything, and I love you then took his last breath. That told me for the five years I was taking care of him I was doing a good job. My name Jenette, I've been a CNA for 19 years. Worked at Lincoln Hospital in NY as a PCT for 5 years. Moved from NY to Atlanta GA where I've worked as a CNA or Home Health Aid for 12 years. I love my job very much. Taking care of the sick is what I do, and I do it to the best of my knowledge.
Love taking care of people my whole life, I always was a people person,I was told by my peers that I have a gift and that this is my calling, this is my passion, I'm proud that I have had the opportunity to work with a lot of with different cultures and experience with different kinds of patients at providence hospital for 20 years it was a wonderful experience for me and a great place to work.
I became a caregiver because my grandma was diagnose with bone cancer and putting her in a nursing home was not an option so me and my siblings took turns caring for her. After a just a few short months she was called home to the lord and that's when I knew I wanted to be a caregiver for others who wasn't able. I received my CNA in 2003 and been doing what I love for 14 years. I'm a very passionate and dependable person who wants to give my caring and nuturing ability to others.
Professionally I have been a caregiver (CNA) for two years but before that I was my mother's caretaker. I know the challenges of having a loved one in need of help and the challenges of what the family faces. I love serving others and I enjoy helping others to have a happier stress free life. One of my clients calls me her angel, which to me is an honor. Besides being a CNA, I have certifications in Reflexology, Energy Therapy, and Personal Training (exercise). I have a fun positive personality as I enjoy to hear people laugh. I am very reliable and honest. I am also a very good driver in case transportation is needed. Thank you for considering me.
As a experience CNA I possess essential traits allowing me to offer my clients the best care possible. Examples of such traits includes calmness, caring, easy going, flexibility, empathy, emotional stability, good observation skills, physical endurance, respect and understanding. With more then 18 years of experience as a private nursing assistant, it is not only my job it is a great passion to help others. It gives me joy to provide care to those in need. Rachel
I deliver direct personal care supporting the families of an elderly individuals. Responsible for a plethora of duties ranging from scheduling appointments for medical care, ensuring attendance to extra-curricular activities, and aiding in the completion of household errands and maintenance of both properties.I enjoy working with people and most enjoy jobs where I can have one-on-one interaction with others putting a smile on there face knowing I have achieve a goal of happiness, love, and trustworthy. Compassionate caregiver over 5 years who has helped clients with dementia, diabetes, and more. Care giving has been my passion since I helped care for my father who suffered with congestive heart failure & diabetes. The last senior I cared for told me that I was one of the kindest people he had ever met. The elderly has a wealth of knowledge that they love to share about life and their experiences. I enjoy their appreciation for being their caregiver and they seem so grateful. I treat them the same way I would like to be treated and the way I would like my family members to be treated if needed care. As one of the noblest professions, a caregiver has much to offer in terms of compassion and care.
1.Because I love to care for babies and the elderly2.Because I get to meet all type of people and I enjoy taking care of other people3.I became a mom at a very young age and I have always taken care of them they have never been taken from me and now I have one married and have a good job raising a family Im proud of him. One is going to school to become a teacher and is now raising her daughter and the other one lives in South Carolina working at Clemson University and raising her daughter.4.I am one of the most caring people you will meet I always go out my way to make sure everyone else is taking care of I have always been a good mom and for 14 years been a great wife I like to clean and love to cook.
I have been a care giver for about 20 + yrs. I love being able to help people. I began my career as a caregiver at Covington Manor Nursing home in 1996. I later began helping my family with their home care. I began working with in home care agencies around 2012. I love what I do. If being a CNA makes one client happy then I know I have done my job. It takes a special person to be a caregiver.
I became a caregiver because I have been a caregiver most of my life. if not to my own children and grandchildren, to my special needs students that I taught, and to my mother during the later years of her life. I enjoy interaction with people and being able to help others. My children are my greatest achievement I have 2 daughters, 2 grandsons, and have been married for 29 years.
Beth Manautou is a wife and the mother of two grown boys. While in college, she worked as a CNA with Georgia Nursing Services, and when her boys were young, she was a medical assistant in an Endodontist office. She left the medical industry when her boys became old enough for school and came home to homeschool them. For over a decade, she has taught writing and 10th grade through the school Classical Conversations. This past year she retired from teaching and is currently working on finishing her degree as a nurse at Gordon College. She writes: After homeschooling our two boys through high school and teaching at the local school, I'm now looking to pick up some part time work helping others. I have always enjoyed getting to know the unique side of a person and enjoy serving others. People say that I have a very calm nature and that I'm very easy to talk to. I enjoy reading, watercolor, and learning new things. I am usually able to intuit what is needed and look for ways to help. Sometimes that just means being quiet. Thank you, for considering my profile.
I became a caregiver,because I felt as I could make some type of difference in the community. 2) The help and the compassion I give.3) being able to go back to school 4) Im a mother of 4. I been working in the medical field for 10 years. Hope to open up my own healthcare business one day. Im very out going. Trustworthy and honest person.
I feel that I am a great caregiver because I have taken care of my parents both lived with me until they are deceased I became a caregiver because I like helping out elderly people that's in the need of help and sometime their family members aren't there to assist them what I like about caregiving is that you get to learn new people meet new people and help out new people my most proud moment was when I was servicing a Miriam she was 89 years old with Alzheimer's bed-bound so I had to do everything for her I had to wash feed dress reposition take out of bed and several other task which I enjoyed Miriam never spoke from the time I started working with her after working with her for maybe a year she finally spoke to me and said thank you that was a real proud moment for me because even though she couldn't speak she knew that I took care of her well and treated her well she grown to love me and are grown to love her as well