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I started as a care giver when i took care of my grandma when she got sick.since then its makes me feel good to help my old folks and people that needed my service.Being a care giver is not a simple job,it takes hard work and dedication to be trusted by people you work for.its an achievement to see happy faces in people bcuz they like and appreciate the service you rendered. I been in medical field since 1994,im asian and i moved here in America last 2006. I worked as a CNA for more than 6 yrs since then and a year ago i got my certificate and license as a Phlebotomist.
I take pride in making a difference in people's lives. The ill or infirm require a strong, yet gentle helping hand. The families must have someone they can communicate with and trust. We are here to serve one another. Hep B vaccinated 2015 TB 2 part test (neg) TDAP, Influenza vaccines up to date
Hello, My name is Oquela I'm a very compassionate person loves to working with the elderly, I can assure you that my main goal is the clients safety first at all times and assuring clients that they are in good hands when in my Care. I also believe that everyone deserves the highest level of quality and independence no matter the needs I like to think I would be a great fit in making sure that all clients needs are met and done with Professionalism, Courtesy and most importantly Respect.
1. Giving back and helping those in need is a reward in itself for me. 2. There is a pleasant feeling in helping our seniors. I took care of my father, sister and sister-in-law this is when I realize that there is a need for good caregivers. 3. Receiving caregiver awards for the month and year for doing something I love. Then I became a CPNT 4. Teacher of Cosmetology, CPNT, Pharmacy Tech, Cosmetology Sponsor for IL, and Salon Owner and going strong in keeping up these license.
I have a passion for caregiving for elderly people. My last client just passed and I was with her for the last 4 years. Previously, I have provided live-in services, but now I am interested in come & go service since it keeps me fresher. I truly enjoy helping, comforting and making an individual's life easier and am reliable, a good cook, cleaner, driver and conversationalist. The routine just depends on my client's needs.
I love to see my clients happy and smiling. I became a care giver while attending computer system institute where I received medical assistant certification, EKG technician certification, Phlebotomy certification, and CPR certification. I love to help people and being a home care aide plays a big role in peoples lives.
I became a caregiver because some time families get busy, and its not that they are too busy to care for their love one but its can become stressful. I like being able to help and being a caregiver allows me to help not just one person but a whole family. Working in the medical field is my greatest personal achievement. It' a lot of hard work and deduction but when its something you enjoy it's worth it. Since childhood I wanted to be a doctor and this is just the being of a wonderful journey.
I love to care for individuals with special needs. I'm a 1 3 year old care giver with lots of experience making your day a great and complete success in the care giving fields. as easy as 1-2-3 Companionship, Developing relationships on the job and gaining trust of individuals in need, and loving and caring about what I do . Thanks!
I am a great caregiver because i am very compassionate about people and i love taking care of people i have been in this profession for over 15 years and love every moment. I believe you have to have a people person personality to do this type of work and you also have to have a big heart that cares about the next person. I have always even as a little girl wanted to be in the health field. I am also certified in cpr and Phlebotomy.
I consider myself to be a great caregiver because I love to help others. I love the thanks that I receive from my clients and the families whom I help. I am always proud of myself and see myself learning new things daily and see how I have grown while being a CNA. I am 24 years of age who looks at caregiving not as a job but as something I love to do, my calling, if you must say. I enjoy it. I enjoy the time, the stories and the overall help that I give. PS: RIGHT NOW I CAN NOT AFFORD TO BUY A BACKGROUND CHECK
What made me become a caregiver was working in a mental institute and being able to make a difference in someone's life. Whether it was big or small. I enjoyed seeing the smile on my clients faces. A personal achievement I'm proud of is completing my goal to become a Certified Medical Assistant/ Certified Phlebotomist.
I like helping out the elderly i used to be a CNA I like my job and perform it very well very compassionate, reliable and dependable while doing my duties as a Caregiver my achievements i'm proud when the person is satisfied with my work and tell others about a job well performed i'm a very hard worker and want to stay busy at all times. I'm now a Licensed Phlebotomist/EKG Technician.
I always ensure that I get a job done, I learn very quickly and adjust to how things are done. I am very creative and interactive which describe my leadership and team working capabilities. I am reliable, dependable and hard working. I have experience and training. I am good with people and willing to learn and try new things. I love working with people and helping to fulfill their potential. I have great people skills and I have great customer service skills. I have years of experience in the open position. I'm a leader. I take charge of any situation but also allow others to shine. I'm very neat, organized and reliable. To get the job done you can depend on me. I'm a quick learner I always have a positive attitude and I'm very content at everything I do. Assisted with bathing, personal hygiene, and dressing of patients. Handled and emptied bags, urinals, and bedpans collected urine and stool specimens as directed served meals and assisted patients that required help with feeding. Assisted in moving and lifting patients with limited mobility, and assisted with ambulation assisted residents with activities of daily living made beds, and changed linens. Monitored and recorded vital signs, height, weight, blood pressure, temperature, pulse, and respiration. Followed procedures for disease and infection control. Performed head to toe assessment and recorded findings.