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The most reason I become a Caregiver, because I grow up with my grandma, as part of our culture and custom, living in extended family. I get use to their personal needs and learn a lot from their knowledge and wisdom, which now a days new generation despise their precise deep experience in life. I'm proud to be a caregiver because its in my blood, living together with elderly under one roof. I do respect and adore them. I worked as a caregiver for more than 15yrs. I can do most of everything like bathing, cleaning, hair done, medication, transferring, use hoyer lift and much more. I took care a wonderful elderly lady she was 113 years young. She passed away on the 29th of July 2015. I believe she is the oldest person in the Monterey Peninsula. I have the most experience from this gorgeous lovely lady.
My name is Carmen Gonzalez have been a CNA/HHA for over 17 years I am a very good listener, I treat my clients with respect and dignity, iam very responsible for my job I think I am a great caregiver, why ? because I think I was born for these type of jobs, I love to take care of people who need care, I do have current CPR/First Aid current TBtest, light housekeeping,and sanitation practices, skilled and knowledge to provide necessary resident care and supervision, including they ability to communicate and understand the pain a client must be going through, I provide all personel care, medication,supervice client to assure he/she be best of comfort
1. I became a caregiver through the inspiration of my late mother. She was in a vegetative state for almost 2 yrs. due to massive stroke. Reinvented myself from working in the corporate world (banking) to moving in the healthcare field. It's a different experience where one found joy and accomplishment working with the elderly. My salary rate is negotiable depending on client's needs. 2. Being a caregiver is very personal to me.. My focus is always to deal with the well-being & safety of my client. 3. Being a caregiver entails a lot of patience, compassion and experience to be able to understand every client's specific needs. . I try to keep a balance of everything I do to maintain my physical and psychological well-being. 4. I consider myself as energetic, strong-willed and resourceful. In my former job I was the lead CNA supervising 3 caregivers working 12 hrs. shift 24/7 in our client's own home. My relationship with my client & the family I've worked with has been very pleasant. Blessed to work with families that trust my work ethics and the care I provide for their loved ones.
1) I am a compassionate person and greatly care to improve the environment to assist the client. 2) It is a rewarding experience to see the client flourish with the care that is being provided. 3) Challenging myself to develop new skills daily. 4) I greatly appreciate an ethical, healthy, and encouraging environment both as a team player and as a care provider.
I became a cna because my great grandma who raised me became a diabetic and had to have both of her legs amputated. I was around 11or 12. She learned how to walk with new prostetics and her walker. Also I had to administer her insulin at times. She passed shortly after I turned 18. I dedicated my life to her.
I have many years Being a Caregiver 8+ years. I love being able to help People on Watever they Need. I Am a Certified Nurse Assistant ( CNA ) I decided to Go to School and get more knowledge on assisting people, Especially the elderly. I'm Caring, compassionate, Loving, and professional. I enjoy keeping My clients Happy, Active and Social ( if possible). I have many years experience, however every case and Person is different. I am a fast learner and Ready to help on what is needed. I am & have : CNA ( Certified Nurse Assistant) Clean Background/Record CPR and First Aid certified ( Child & Adult) Clean DMV Record Clean Backround
I have many years experience looking after the elderly and disabled in their homes. I specialize in those living with Alzheimer's Disease, early onset dementia, Parkinson Disease, as well as keeping elders company with walks, playing scrabble, or other activities. Families employ me to assist when needing those extra set of hands to help with everyday things to staying with family members that need hands-on care such as bathing, assistance with dressing as well as companionship and running errands. I own a car with a clean drivers license. I have excellent references. I am a committed, loyal person with sound judgment and high ethics. I have worked with several local home care agencies that require background checks, fingerprints, and all other necessary documents to work as a certified caregiver in the state of CA. I have these documents with me. My pay is dependent on the job description and hours required for the time I am needed. Let us see if I can be of service to you and your family. Best, Meherbani
I became a caregiver because the profession I wanted to become is to be a nurse. I am a great caregiver because I am a compassionate and kind person. I give my more than 100 % excellent care with my clients and they can feel my sincerity and warmth caring for them. Their family have assurance that their loved one's are in good hands when they leave. Working in a hospital setting with different culture diversity, I have learned to know what they need and respect their culture. The patients that I have taken care of loved me for they know that once I am on duty they know that they would be happy and satisfied with their care. I learned how to handle different temperament of elderlies, some are difficult but with good communication skills and explaining to them that the care I am giving them is for their own good and to get a positive result. Being recognized and commended by my co-workers, superiors and families of my patients of how great I worked is rewarding that motivates me more to deliver excellence of what I do. I was awarded as employee of the month in our unit. I am a very caring person and can easily get along with co-workers, patients and their families. Hardworking individual and can get the task done in a timely manner with positive result. Positive attitude and excellent communication skills, very good in following instructions and delivers excellent service.
I have always felt the need to help people. Being able to make a difference in someone's life is the best feeling. My greatest accomplishment is being able to allow someone to stay in their own home while receiving help. I have been care giving since I was 17. My first client was my Grandfather who had dementia. Having him being my family has always made me treat others as if they were my own loved one. I am dependable, trustworthy and a kind person. I know being a caregiver is a big commitment, caregivers are depended on.
1. I feel that it is my gift and my calling, and I want to use my talents to bless others. 2. At the end of the day, I feel accomplished if I've helped those around me who need me to be there for them whether it be an emotional or physical need. 3. One of my biggest achievements and joys was being able to be there with both of my parents at the end of their lives to provide the loving care and meet their every need. Something I will always be proud of is the fact that neither of my parents had to be taken care of by anybody but their daughter. 4. I am a woman who loves to be with her family. I enjoy cooking, gardening, hiking and spending time with my daughters. I am always looking to learn new things because I have a strong belief that it's important to keep learning to stay young. One of my learning adventures included becoming a state certified ombudsman and using that talent to visit local nursing facilities. The more I spend time in these nursing homes, the more I want to help the elderly be able to stay in their homes and receive care in their own environment.
I am a care giver to both my parents on Wednesdays, we alternate care between family .I help them get dressed do there bedding feeding breakfast lunch and dinner Give them there medication taking them to Dr appt taking them for walks watch movies with them .Forty percent of my clients are senior I have one client that is have been doing her hair for thirty years . I see a lot ofthem being neglected because they don't have family's to care for them They are like kids all they want is attention and someone to talk to I have a good heart and lots of patience .
Hi, My yoga teacher name, since 1990, is Shankari. I no longer teach yoga, but can teach an interested person. I have 17 years experience as a Physical Therapist and am going back to work after being retired for awhile, and my P.T. license has lapsed. I have also worked as a Stress Management Specialist for the Dr. Dean Ornish Program for Reversing Heart Disease Without Drugs or Surgery, teaching yoga and meditation twice per day at week-long retreats in Berkeley, CA. I also took care of my 95 year old, frail, elderly mother who was completely incontinent and wheelchair bound for 9 months in 2015. I am seeking a companion job with a developmentally disabled person, not a hands-on caregiver job. I would enjoy assisting an ambulatory adult or child with activities of daily living, going on outings, and playing games. I am currently working for the Homeless Garden Project, an amazing organization that employs, trains, and helps find housing for homeless people in the Santa Cruz area. I have a cute little 8 pound maltipoo doggie, very well-behaved, who is also available for fun and emotional support.