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My name is Hawaii Parlor. I've been doing medical Over 30 years. Iam dedicated and efficient w/ experience to helping those in need. Iam highly motivated, as well as responsible, and I like a challenging opportunity that will effectively utilized my skills and experience. Iam sympathetic and non judgmental, I gain my clients trust as well as managing their emotional needs. Iam observant and I monitor my client and their daily needs , I provide empathy and listening skills to my clients. I give compassionate care and encouragement care. My hourly pay is between $ 17.00-$20.00. Iam reachable thru Carelinx , Very experience with activities of daily living. Transfers. Hoyer lifts. Meds and more. I've worked with Hospice, private home care,hospitals and nursing homes. Iam a five ( 5) star employee. I believe in putting my best foot forward, 100 percent. Let me help you care for your loved one the proper way. Making them happy and comfortable in their own home setting.
I am a compassionate, caring and trustworthy person. I am a consummate professional with a great work ethic. I have elderly parents that receive care so I know the traits that I look for in a caregiver. I have always had the desire to help others. Helping others improve or maintain a good quality of life has always been fulfilling and satisfying. My greatest personal achievements have been graduating from college with honors, advancing in my career and taking care of my aging parents.
I have a passion/ patience for taking care of the elderly. I started taking care of my own grandparents and thats when i knew my help was needed. My greatest joy about helping the elderly is listening to the stories they tell about their childhood. Be able to be there for my family. I'm very responsible, trustworthy, honest, reliable and I love to read and learn new things.
I'm a caregiver with 5 years of experience in geriatric care within homes and assisted living environments. Recognized for the ability to monitor and provide emotional and physical support to patients and staff. Possess exceptional communication abilities, as well as cultural sensitivity to deal with diverse population...
my greatest reward is to see someone feel better and to get them to smile. ive been sick before and i know what's it's like to be around someone without passion. It take a special person to be a care giver their are times you deal with the good, bad, and the ugly. im a divocee also an employee at yale. i have a great personallity
Hello my name is AnnMarie I've been in the healthcare field now for approx. 15 years. I started working in a nursing home when I was 17 and never looked back. I went to school for my nursing and am going to go back to continue on to my RN. I currently work in peoples homes taking care of their loved ones needs. I love what I do and try my best to provide the most compassion.. Understanding and caring job possible.
I love my job as a caregiver I see my patient as my own family I care for them as much I can care for my self I do a job from my heart ,I always think is money is good but you need to work from your heart to be able to care for does in need to give the family rest and not so much stress I been doing care givers jobs for 10 years but got my license for 12 year ago we need to see our marie with respect and understanding to be able to make life easy for them and the family Caregiving Services
Hello and Welcome to my profile! I'm Erica Sims. I currently reside in the New Haven, CT area. I enjoy meditation, reading, writing, yoga, pilates, and finding new things to learn. I love being able to help the senior women in my community get the best quality care at home. I'm reliable, dependable, and compassionate towards the people I serve. My mother passed away suddenly back in 2007. I never got to say goodbye or even go through a sick process. I had no idea she was even ill from a heart condition. My dad passed 4 years later from lung cancer. He was stubborn and didn't like that fact he needed help. Since I wasn't able to help my parents I found peace in helping other people's love ones get the help that they need. I know most people have families of their own to look after and can't provide the daily care that their ailing love ones need. I would like to help with that. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is hearing my clients response to the question 'What are you grateful for today?' and their answer is You. I love knowing that I am taking care of them emotionally, mentally, as well as their physical needs. They trust the safe, caring, and compassionate environment I create. I've obtained Dementia Care, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's Disease & Home Health Aide Certificate. In May 2019, I became certified as a Health & Life Coach with advanced skills in Heart Disease, Weight loss & Diabetes. So I can broaden my skills to better help my clients. If you would like to talk to me, please feel free to leave me a message and I will get back to you right away. Look forward to hearing from you soon. Have a blessed day!
I am an international medical graduate from the Caribbean .I am fluent in English,French and creole.I started working as a Home Health Aide since 2011,I am a very hard worker,flexible,humble and compassionate.I work with all my heart and try to do the impossible to make my client and family happy.I also have excellent references to tell more about myself.I am someone that you can count on I never give surprises because !my yes is yes and my no is no!I don't need to sign a contract to keep my promise.I am also looking for an employer that is respectful,responsible,reliable and honest.I thank you in advance for your considerations.
Highly trained nursing student with hands-on training in the hospital, long term, and rehabilitation setting. Committed to patient recovery and wellness, working in collaboration with clinical staff to facilitate customized care plans. Desired to utilize my skill-set to enhance my diversity in an analytical and systemic environment.
After many years of working in the insurance industry, I decided to make a career change and become a caregiver. This is something that comes naturally to me and is a great fit. I have 4 children who are 8, 6, and twins who are 8 weeks. I enjoy taking care if others and making someone's life happier and easier on them. I get great fulfillment from helping others. I am a very trustworthy person who is dependable at all times. Love, compassion, patience, and respect are traits that you will find in me. I Am currently available to work Monday-Friday 5pm to 9pm (later if needed as well)
I've been an active caregiver for the past 15 years or so, both as a live-in and live-out caregiver. Most of my working experience comes from outside of the US. I started working as a caregiver because needed a job and earn money(do not let yourself fooled by anyone that says otherwise ) and as a single mom of three you can guess that i had no choice in choosing what i considered at that time that i would like. During the years i earned so much more than money. I started out with a job and ended up with having more and more family members as each and one of the patients that i assisted become in some way my mother/father, my daughter/son and a challenge to build up my empathic skills . Ended up understanding that caregiving is not a JOB although it's paid. You treat not just people but a very fragile class of people. They definitely need our assistance in daily chores but that is not enough , they need somebody that does not define them only trough their disability. Caregiving it's not just about taking care of a body it is a 360 degree assistance which consider the person in a holistic way (body,mind and spirit) As a caregiver i might fail in some chores(nobody is perfect) but one thing that i am proud of is that as much as i could i tried to bring joy. Hard but necessary was when I had to assist patients in an point where life comes to an end. In some cases I sing their favourite song, hold a hand, give a caress to the person in need and explain to family members that it is perfectly normal to be scared or to suffer and to assure them that they are not alone.