Hi, I'm Renota.
I have 30 plus years experience in elderly and senior care.
I started out in a nursing facility in 1989. When I trained, we were taught to care for total care (bed patients) as well as independent living, and high risk patients.
I am very passionate about the care others because solely, I am responsible for their physical, mental and spiritual care, and I take
pride in serving others.
I've learned so much from the people I've worked with, and hopefully they've learned from me as well.
What keeps me attracted to the care of others is the compassion I feel when I'm caring for the individuals I am with.
I have a special spot in my heart for Alzheimer's became I am their eyes, ears, and their voice in this world, and I feel the need to be there for them.
I am a very flexible individual as I enjoy working in my yard, therefore it makes it easy for me to assist with individuals that enjoy their yard as well, and also alleviates the fear of leaving your loved ones alone.
I enjoy pets, so there's never a problem with my being around them.
I work well hand-in-hand with hospice care, and able to maintain records, monitor vitals, medicines and report progress to supervisor, physicians and or medical personnel as needed. Jana H.
North Little Rock, AR
I have worked with the elderly for nine years and 5 months. I am a compassionate caring person,trust worthy,passionate ,patience,reliable,flexable empathetic, observant,respectful experienced,, have a love and desire to help elderly. I love that I get to make a difference in there lives,they appreciat my time and what I do for them, it gives me perspective and I can learn from their experiences. I'm a Christian married woman. I have elderly in-laws that I have been taking care of for the last 10 years. Either one of them have diabetes, high blood pressure, cardiovascular problems, (both have had valve replacements, stents, caths, etc. ) shingles, addiction to pain medicine, and so on. My children and I clean their house on a weekly basis. It helps me know that I am giving them care that they are comfortable. They are eating to their dietary needs. When they are in the hospital, I am the one who stays with them and keeps in contact with the family. I enjoy getting to spend time with them.
I am proud of the job I do. There are certain things such as giving them showers that they will let me do that they won't let anyone else do. That makes me happy that they trust me to do something that will make them feel better.
If I work for your family, I will treat them as my own.