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I became a caregiver because i grew up with my grandmother in the of country Haiti and when she got sick i saw how the people at the hospital were not taking good care of her so i begged my mom to let me care for her after i got home from school and by the grace of God grandma got better. I happy to be able to lift the burden off my mom when she most needed it. And that opened the door i started volunteering at neighbors homes caring for their parents and i loved it. after i graduated high school 3 yrs later i found myself again caring for my grandma who then pushed me to get my license as an Home health aide, after getting caring for patients wheelchair bound w/ polio patients with dementia and Alzheimer's. i wanted more out of the medical field and then in 2018 i got my certificate as a medical assistant but i missed working as an HHA i decided to go back, been working for Expicare for a couple months and feel fulfilled working at job that i love. i love hearing the stories of their past lives and see their faces light up telling stories of their children and grandchildren, stories of wars, and fashion. sometimes i even find my self using some tips that i was told by patients till this very day.
I chose to be a nurse, because I enjoy working with people, put them in my feet that I can help them better, understand their situation, share stories with them, help them in areas that they have trouble with. I am proud to see myself at the end of the day make them feel good and happy.
1. I am a sociable person with a natural capability of providing continuous care. Empathy is embedded in my personality and I am a good listener. Moreover, I have a track record of providing elderly and immensely enjoy each moment of my work. When you work with someone who needs home care it is important that you are patient and understanding. It helps to sometimes put yourself in the other person's shoes and see what it might be like to ask people for help.
I have been the caregiver for the past 12 years I am very hardworking trustworthy reliable and very responsible too wonderful sense of humor I do have experience working with Alzheimer's dementia stroke paralyzation feeding tube catheter I am always focused and making sure I get my job done I am a certified home health aide I do have my CPR license I don't drive and I am available for living position Monday through Friday
I'm a very dedicated caregiver, with a very loving heart for all my patients, I treat each one of them as if they are one of My Grandparents or one of My Parents, and I Love them with all my heart so that's the type of love I would have for each one of my patients. I became a caregiver, I just admire and love elderly people they always bring a smile to my face when they share some of the old time stories. But I also have a passion to be around them and to bring a smile on their face as well. I have been a caregiver for 5 years CERTIFIED CNA/HHA
I love and enjoy being a Caregiver as I care for the elderly. I am committed and a hard working person, a non-smoker, clean, organized, positive minded and cheerful. I go all the way and put a lot of effort in order to get my clients in a better health condition. I like to see them happy and I take pride in my work. I take care of my patients like they are my own parents; with love, compassion, patience, and respect. I've been getting very positive comments on my work from my client's physicians, family members, and friends. I also have great and recent reference that I can send upon request. Thank you!
My interest in caregiving started at an early age. Every sunday after church I would visit the sick and shut in members and others who requested prayers. I then attended a Medical Specialty High School and was involved in volunteering at local Adult Day Cares. When I was about 15 years of age my grandmother started developing Dementia and shortly after had a stroke. I became her main caregiver; cooking, cleaning, reading to her when not in school. I love the fact that I get to make a difference in someones day to day life. I tried many different ventures and always ends back into caregiving. This is what I'm meant to do and I'm good at it and enjoy doing it.