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This is what matters when becoming a caregiver to your patient. Compassion. When someone has compassion for another they have an understanding of what the person is going through. Attentiveness. It is important when providing home care that the caregiver is attentive to the needs and changes that are taking place. By being attentive, the caregiver, will notice when there are emotional or physical changes in the person he or she is caring for. Dependability. Those who need home care don't usually just need it sporadically. Rather it is on a regular basis, so it is imperative that a caregiver be dependable and show up to provide the care that the person needs and is counting on. Trustworthiness. Caregivers are often in a position that will allow them to have access to the belongings of the person they are caring for. It is crucial that the caregiver be someone who is trustworthy and will not breach that trust by taking advantage of the person her or she is caring for. What attracted me to be the caregiver I am today. Well, when I was 13 years old, my Father was diagnosed with cancer. So at that age I would watch the hospice nurses take good care of my father until the day I asked, if I could learn what they knew so when the nurses are not there, I could assist. I love being a caregiver to help other people who really need it. I want to be able to care for them the way I want to be cared for if I should need the care some day. I love helping others in need. My personal achievement is on a day to day bases. CNAs are responsible for the wellbeing of patients from the time they are admitted to the time when they are discharged.
When it come to helping someone, my heart goes out. My number rule is placing myself in ones shoes and saying how would I want someone to be if I needed the care that I'm giving to the other person. Anyone I've ever meet to liking to me very quick. I have a passionate for taking care of people, I love to make anyone feel like their needs and life matter, and they deserve to have proper care. When take care of anyone I've been told alot that I'm one of the best caregivers they have and that makes me feel like I'm doing what I'm placed there to do. We all were placed here on earth by good for a reason, and I know mines is to take care of others...
i became a caregiver, because I like caring for people of all ages, it brings me joy to know that someone needs and appreciates me. Things I like about being a caregiver is getting know different people and knowing that they can always depend on me to be there when no else can't. In a nutshell, I just always loved helping people that need me and that security. Some personal achievements that I'm proud of is getting my EMT(Emergency Medical Technician Certification.) I also have certification as a Medical Assistant and Certified nursing assistant. I a 42yr old single mother of 4 children currently in school getting a degree as an RN(Registered Nurse, anticipating graduating on 05/16/2015. I'm also certified and successfully completed the cognitive skills evaluations in accordance with the curriculum of the American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers (CPR and AED) Program.
Hello! I am an dependiable, trustworthy, lovable, respectful woman. I am loyal to my work and dedicated to be the best caregiver for any family.I took my route into the caregiver field because when I worked at APF, I fell in love with assisting the children with the things they could not do for themselves anymore. I enjoy assisting others and making them feel as if they are still independent with everyday life skills. I am most proud of myself for completing my 6 week training at Schmieding & remaining dedicated to help others.
I have been a licensed CNA since 1995. I'm a very dedicated to my patients. I have very much experience dealing with dementia/Alzheimer's patients in the home and LTC. I have always had the heart to make sure my patients are taken care. I have won many awards for my nursing abilities.
1. Since I was 10, I've always help people who couldn't help themselves! It was pleasure to me! 2. The fact, that I can make somebody else life easier, because I am there to help in any way! 3. When I made the decision to get in the nursing field. 4.Very caring, honest, helpful to others, loyal, I'm a Christian, hard worker, strive for the best, dependable, trustworthy, smart, nice sense of humor!
I have been a cna for 6 years now and I love it, I have worked in a nursing home, hospital, and assisted living. I can do light house keeping, Check and record vital signs; measure height and weight; measure intake and output; collect specimens; test urine; observe patient response to care; report and record observations of patient's conditions.Check and pass food trays; feed patients; provide fresh drinking water and nourishments; assist with bed pans, urinals and commodes; empty urine collection bags; assist with colostomy care; give enemas; observe faces and urine; monitor intake and output. Turn and position patients; provide range of motion exercises; transfer patients to wheelchair/stretcher; assist with ambulation. Bathe patients; provide nail and hair care; assist with oral hygiene; provide denture care; shave patients; assist with dressing and undressing.Admit, transfer and discharge patients; transport patients; take specimen to lab; assist with special procedures; telephone answering; document and assist in unit record-keeping. Make beds; clean and care for equipment; carry out isolation precautions; practice medical asepsis and infection control; practice standard precautions; observe oxygen precautions. Protect patient privacy and maintain confidentiality; keep call signals within patient's reach; answer call signal promptly; provide orientation to the room or unit and to other visitors and patients; assist patients with communication; protect personal possessions; provide diversional activities; give backrubs; prepare hot and cold applications.
I became an caregiver because I have always been passionate about helping others when I was a little girl I always found myself trying to care for my grandmother in any form of shape. The most important thing I love about being a caregiver is knowing that I have helped someone and being able to give he or she a smile just by them knowing that someone is their for them. A personal achievement that I am proud of would be being a loving,caring individual that loves helping others. Something about myself I have three amazing children that I adore so very much and I am going to further my education to become an Register Nurse