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1. I decided to become a caregiver after, being employed at Greenville Regional hospital and realizing I would prefer working one on one with an individual and have the opportunity to build a closer patient/employee relationship. 2. I enjoy being able to devote my time to one patient. 3. Volunteering on a 19 day medical missionary trip to South America. 4. I am a mother of three precious children!
I've been an LPN for 18 years, I'm 46 years old and I love working with geriatric patients. I'm patient, kind and dependable. I can provide assistance for all activities of daily living with a professional nurse's ability to monitor vital signs, assess and maintain skin integrity (avoid bedsores), recognize signs and symptoms of acute illness, have a knowledge of medications and more while your loved one remains safe and comfortable in their own home.
Started volunteering for Hospice when my mom was working for them when i was about 12 yrs old. Became very close with one woman that was on and off of Hospice for years, when she was coming to the end i went and moved in with her and her daughter to help with her care. After she passed away I went to CNA classes and was determined to give everyone the same type of love and care that i gave that woman and the peace of mind i gave her daughter.
Hello, I'm Melissa. I am a Certified Nurses Assistant with 1.5 years experience, all of which have been in a long term care facility. I have had specialized training in alzhiemers and dementia patients. I am very passionate in caring for others, as well as detail oriented. I love to help anyone that I can.
I became a caregiver when I was 19,during that time I was caring for my uncle who was dieing from stage 4 cancer.Yes it was hard but sence then I've cared for clients who suffer from Alzheimer's, dementia,Parkinson's and mentally challenged. Knowing I've made a difference in their lives gives me great joy.I think my greatest accomplishment is going to school to get the training I needed to do an awesome job.
I am very compassionate and attentive to the needs of the elderly. I am extremely dependable and highly motivated in providing patient care. I am very loving and love to listen when they are talking to me. I have been in the medical field most of my working career, however I worked in Pathology and not as a caregiving. I am very knowledgeable about what happens when we age which I believe helps me understand what a person experience during the aging process. Listening to people tell you about who they are and what they have done over their life time. I had the opportunity to take care of an elderly gentleman during his last days and making his last days as enjoyable and pleasant and possible. I think of him and miss him everyday. He died two months before his 100th birthday. He was an amazing man. I believe that I not only comforted and touched his life but he touched mine. May he rest in peace.
I have taken care of my mother since a very young age. I love that I can make a difference in lives by simply treating others how I would want to treated. I have two Bachelor degrees but recently decided that I wanted to take care of others directly via nursing. That being said, I recently completed CNA and CPR training. I am a naturally caring person that loves history and personal stories.