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Reliable, service-focused nursing professional with excellent patient-care and charting skills gained through 11 plus years of experience as a CNA. Compassionate and technically skilled in attending to patients in diverse healthcare or home settings. I Provided one-on-one service to patients in a hospital facility, long- term care, short term care and in the comfort of the private homes. I care for individuals with dementia, Alzheimer's disease, physical disability, those undergoing post-operative recovery and convalescents etc. I provide hands on nursing care to patients, residents, clients and customers in a variety of health care settings. I typically provide assistance with bathing, dressing, eating, toileting and oral care to people who cannot do these tasks alone. I provides for activities of daily living by assisting with serving meals, feeding patients as necessary and ambulating, turning, and positioning patients;I have multi-tasking skills which help me use my time wisely. I distribute medications to patients and kept record of patient's vitals. I understands legal implications of patient care. With both empathy and compassion I show my clients that I truly care about their well being. I am very patience, dependability and trustworthy. I am a excellent verbal and written communication. Among the many skills my strong communication skills are one of the most important. My passion is to help others and being a good listener has sharpened my skills in all area of my careers. I believe with Jehovah all things are possible.
I believe that I am a great caregiver for many reasons such as my knowledge, my experience, and my personality. I have the knowledge and skills that I have gained from a Home Health Aide course at Delaware Technical Community College (Del Tech) in which I received a certificate. The course equipped me well to perform the Home Health Aide caregiver tasks and as part of the course I became BLS certified. I also have some experience as a caregiver for eight months. During that time I was responsible for daily morning routine care, companionship care when my care person did not go to Modern Maturity Center, light housekeeping, and occasionally taking my care person to doctor appointments. I only left to become a stay at home dad which I did for nine years. In addition I have the temperament to be a caregiver. I am friendly, patient, honest, detail oriented, hardworking, quick to learn, and always ready to listen or have a conversation. I became a caregiver because I knew I can make a difference in a person's life by assisting them with activities of daily living when their family cannot. I knew I had the personality that was necessary to be a caregiver and everything else could be learned, either on the job or by taking a course. What I like about being a caregiver is the satisfaction that I feel after helping a person who needs assistance in their activities of daily living. Helping them to do basic activities that I take for granted everyday and knowing that this made a difference in a person's life. There are a couple of personal achievements that I am proud of. One is that I was able to pass the Home Health Aide course with a 97. Another one was when I was able to inspire my care person to ambulate more. When I left he was ambulating further than he had in many years.