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Throughout the years; I've come across many kinds of patients and clients. Some that are completely ok with having someone to help with their daily life and some that do not like having someone help them and would rather be independent. I help them with anything they need while at the same time making sure that they aren't feeling as if their just being handled. My First Private Case; I got introduced into this industry from a colleague that said I could be a perfect fit since I like to help people and I had earlier experience with Dementia, Alzheimer's, & Hospice Care. 30 years in and I don't regret it at all. I enjoy my job.
I am caring,dependable,reliable and very patient person. I also keep time. what attractive me to caregiving is that I realized the need of helping someone to have a smiling face and I also realized my passion in life. what I enjoy most by being a caregiver is to see my client or resident happy and satisfied by my services. My personal achievement is in every place I've worked I've been awarded a gift for being employee of the month
PROFESSIONAL SUMMARY: Certified CNA. I have 9 years' experience caring for geriatric and disabled patients in healthcare/home health. Using my CNA and on the job training skills, I provide skilled maintenance, companionship and daily living support. I am very passionate about patient quality of life. CORE COMPETENCIES: Range of motion and walking skills; operating Covidien Kangaroo Joey Enteral Feeding Pump; applying Ankle Foot Orthosis (AFO); grooming and bathing patients; documenting daily activities; trapeze bar assistance; G-J feeding tube; Rifton Pacer Gait Trainer, catheter care, transferring amputee patient; general housekeeping duties; medical terminology knowledge; valid Georgia driver's license; problem solver; decision making; critical thinking; communication skills; time management; organization skills, Relias Course Training, Kindred At Home, Kinnser.net CPR Certification: First Aid/CPR/AED, American Red Cross Georgia (April 2018) and Basic Life Support - American Heart Association (Jan 2019)
I have more than 18years of patient care experience 13 of which was full time elderly care. I have about the same amount of time in home care with the elderly. I also have done care in a hospital setting. I believe I am great caregiver as I am passionate about the care thats is given to my clients/patient. I believe I go above beyond patient care to be certain they are most comfortable. One of my supervisiors wrote on my evaluation that I am very passionate about my patients. So I believe that makes me an assest to any company or anyone's home
1. My mother was diagnosed with MS, it was very painful watching her lose her independent, a woman full of wisdom and strength. She lived with it for 10 years and i was with her through out her ill period taking care of her. It wasn't easy for her but being there for her was a big healing on it own and it gave me joy being there for her and making sure she was comfortable at all times. After my mother went to be with the lord, i pledged to get trained professional, in other to help others that may need my help. 2. The interaction and being able to know that at the end of the day that i am able to help and save ones life. 3. I went to University and graduated with Bachelor degree in Healthcare Management and minor in Business Admin. 4. I am humble, energetic,loving, caring, motivator, listener, God fearing and i have passion in what i do.
1. tor the love of the elderly 2.I it was pass on to me as little child. My grandmother was a mid-wife. I always said as a little girl I wanted to be a nurse that help care for others. 3.I became a nurses aide .I am a 52 year old mother of three, I have 8 lovely grandchildren. I been a caregiver for 26 years. I recently move here in Decatur Georgia with my sister and I am seeking a caregiver job . I would be the prefect caregiver for this job.
why I become a caregiver my stepmother is a nurse an I see the quality work an effort she put in her job her motivation give me an uplifting spirit at all times to do my best an give my all in everything I do. what I like about caregiver is meeting new people and providing quality services. my biggest achievement is to do my best an doing the quality care my patient requires .
I became a caregiver because when I was little I wanted to be a nurse to help people, I love to work with the elderly folks. I like to meet different seniors, they are very wise, I enjoy making them smile. My personal achievements are becoming a home owner, having my own family, also becoming a certified nursing assistant in the state of Georgia. I am a wife and mother, I enjoy the outdoors, I love planting flowers. I love sewing, cooking, and baking.My husband and i rescued 4 dogs.Cartell,Toby,Tipsy and Red.We adore our furry kids my heart is open to love your pets if you have any.
My name is Tawanda Burge i has been a nurse aide for over eighteen years i have like been a nurse an help people for as long as i can remember one of my first job was doing private care from there i did an still are doing agencies work i also like doing private case weather it kids are whom ever i like work with people an it is something i am proud of an me doing my own private case on my own it was the best things i could have ever done i love doing what i do.
I'm a proud Mother of three grown young men. I love my family dearly. My husband is the best person I know. I love being a caregiver because I love interacting with people also I love being able to bless someone with my gift of taking care of the elderly and young people as well. I'm a loving person inside and out. God has bless me a lot and I love what I'm able to do for anyone in need. I have the best personality around and I'm very kind and lovable. What makes me a great caregiver is that I'm very reliable and available and will do anything you ask that's needed to take care of a love one. What makes me a great care giver is that I'm a patient person and very kind and pleasant. What makes me a great caregiver is that I'm approachable and will do what ever you ask of me.
In home care/companion caregiver I am a certified nursing assistant and CPR and first aid with 20 years of experience and respirate overnight and day if needed My passion is care for other senior and special needs Assistant with activity daily of living. Companionship Transportation,errand/shopping Light house keeping Meal preparation Medication management
From the age of 12 My Grandmother suffered from many illnesses ( Diabetes, Dementia, and Alzheimer's along with Several Strokes). Growing up in a family oriented environment I felt it was my duty to help/assist her. Every since then I knew that this was the field I wanted to pursue my career in. Bringing joy and smiles to my client's faces while still providing professional and loving care. Being able to give those in need excellent care and professional services. I'm recently married and just relocated from Michigan to Georgia I'm a very loving and outgoing People's person who loves life. I love achieving the goals I set and I'm always striving to do better. I work well under pressure as well as being a great team player Being Respectful, Courteous, Loyal and Devoted is what I set out to achieve with every client
I exhibit caring and strength in assisting individuals who need support in all aspects of daily living. I interact in a manner allowing for dignity while being attentive to the particular needs dictated by circumstances. I create an environment of mutual trust and respect. I have extensive experience in observing changes in behavior and demeanor of health, and I am effective in communicating any and all concerns to appropriate parties. I am sensitive to the changes that have occurred in the individual’s life and adept at facilitating adjustment. My core competencies are administering medications, assisting with mobility and rest, preparing meals, facilitating daily living routines, ensuring proper hygiene, performing light housekeeping, providing transportation, and monitoring changes in health and behavior.