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I was a Librarian back in the Philippines but when I came to the US in 2006, my friend encouraged me to try working with the elderly as a caregiver. Since then, I have been working as a caregiver and I developed the love and passion in taking care of the elderly. I had experienced.taking care.of elderly with different health issues such as Alzheimers, Dementia, diabetis, heart diseases (ie. CHF), Lung or respiratory disease, Stroke, non-ambulatory, bed bound elderly, etc. I assist them with their activities of daily living, prepare meals, laundry, do light housekeeping, medication reminder, assist with their errands and there were some elderly who asked me to organize their bills, do grocery and run other errands for them. I was not only a caregiver.but also a personal assistant. I am proud of being a caregiver because I know I make a difference in the lives of the elderly and I become part of the last journey of their lives. My nationality is Filipino, married, with 4 grown up children and 12 grandchildren who live in the Philippines.
I am very patient and gentle,I always adapt to new situation and condition. I am not a perfect being but I love to learn and I accept corrections . I am humble, respectful and trustworthy. I have been a caregiver for 3years now and still counting it has been interesting for me doing this job and I feel amazingly joyful helping seniors. I enjoy the fact that most seniors I have worked for have never given a bad report about me and the smile and comfort they show when I work with them.
I have a strong caregiving background and have a number of professional experiences which I feel uniquely qualify me for this job opening. Along with my BLS Health Care provider and First Aid CPR Certifications, and Im Certified for Alzheimer's and Dementia I have six years of extensive experience as a caregiver and a medical assistant working with doctors office in home health care, I am confident in my ability to become a key member of Integrity Home Care. My professional background has provided me broad experience in this line of work. For instance, I am very skilled in: • Personal care assistance; bathing, dressing and grooming • Meal preparation and scheduling • Companionship and discussion • Medication reminders • Light housekeeping • General help to elderly and disabled • Running household tasks • Engaging clients in activates such as games, memory books, and light exercise I enjoy working with the clients of all ages / socio-economic backgrounds and have a demonstrated ability to develop great relationship with them and their families. Moreover, I am trustworthy and responsible person who take great pleasure in caregiving tasks. Besides, I am dedicated to work hard and always accept challenges to produce winning outcomes. Over and above, I am an active team player who is able to work effectively with managers and co-workers. As an pass
I Am Trustworthy And Dependable Love My Ministry Comforting Others While Helping And Caring For Others Not Knowing That I Would Be Taking Care Of My Husband Who Was Diagnose With Bone Cancer I Was His Hospice CNA For All Most Two Years At Home He Was Grateful That I Had The Experience And So Was I This Is Truly A Gift From God ToBe Able To Meet And Work With So Many Wonderful People And Two Love Ones I Also Have References To Prove My History Of Work I Have Been In The Field As A C.N.A For 30 yrs. And I Am Not Burn Out Or Tired Of My Ministry Caring For Others It Was A Honor To Be My Husband Personal Hospice C.N.A Before He Passed I Often Would Hear Him Telling Family Members And Friends How He Was Proud And Glad He Was To Have Me As His Care Giver Knowing What To Do For Him And Making It Easy For Him To Be Home Also Northwestern Hospice Register Nurse Along With Their Team They Were Very Please With The Care For My Husband It Was A Joy.
My name is Ashley Wiebe. I am 29 years old and a wife and mother of 4 beautiful children. In my free time I like to sit down and read a good book. What makes me a great caregiver is that I believe the client is #1. Their needs are my job and it is my job to make sure he/she is happy and comfortable. I am loyal, reliable, patient, dependable, on-time, caring, observant, and a great listener. I was a nanny for 15 years so I have always had a passion to take care of someone if that was a child or adult. What really got me interested in becoming a caregiver was after my grandmother passed away and I helped take care of her while battling Alzheimer's. It was eye opening for me and I wanted to learn who to become better at caregiving. I really enjoy most from my job is the relationship that builds between me and a client. Having fun and bringing joy to their day and mine.
I'm 37 years old. I'm from Peru. I'm last semester college student major in respiratory therapy. My first language is Spanish. I have been living here since 2001. I'm a certified medical interpreted. I'm a formed Nursing Assistant and Phebotomist. I worked ar St. Alexius Medical Center. Also, I worked with two differents families as a nanny. I have a CPR. I'm a caring and loving person.
WHEN HELPING A CLIENT, I TREAT THEM WITH LOVE AND COMPASSION AS IF THEY WERE MY FAMILY. MY FAMILY WAS THE FIRST PLACE WHERE I LEARNED HOW TO BE A CAREGIVER FOR 10 YEARS. THE CARE GIVING RANGED FROM VOLUNTEERING AT A LONG TERM HEALTH FACILITY FOR 10 YEARS TO HOME HEALTH CARE FOR 5 AND THEN 6 YEARS AT AN ASSISTED LIVING FACILITY. I ENJOY ASSISTING SENIORS TO CONTINUE TO WANT TO LIVE LIFE TO ITS FULLEST EVERY DAY.
I have been a Caregiver/CNA/ Patient Care Technician for 10 years. Ever since I started working in health care, I have always enjoyed it. To me, it is a very rewarding career as I am able to help a lot of people. As a caregiver, I demonstrate empathy to all my clients/patients. I believe it is the core characteristic of an excellent caregiver. I tend to believe it's a lot of inherent and a big mix of environment. I also believe there are degrees of empathy. Some can empathize more than others. If you can totally put yourself in the place of who you are caring for, you will do nothing but provide excellent nursing care. Also, It is difficult enough for a person to lose independence without having the added burden of finding someone reliable to help them. When I provide care, I try to be as dependable as I can be because so many vulnerable seniors' lives depend on my assistance and care to live a safe and happy life. I am patient with my clients. I give my clients/patients ample time to comfortably be assisted with their activities of daily living (ADL's). If the care recipient is angry, and uncooperative, I give them space, and a bit of time. I give him/here time to breathe and calm down. I usually wait 15 or 20 minutes and reproach in a calm and loving manner. If the source of the frustration is a task that can be put off, Iput it off. If it's something that needs to take place as soon as possible, like changing an incontinence brief, I try a different approach that will make them feel better. As a caregiver or CNA, I am flexible. I have spent my career knowing that as soon as I have my day planned out, something is sure to change and I will have to tend to whatever has become the priority. I can adapt quickly, and accept change easily.
I have 15 years of experience in the medical field and five years of experience caring for seniors in a nursing home setting. I am comfortable with and proficient in bathing, dressing, feeding, grooming, and assisting with other basic needs. I have a special place in my heart for the senior community. Many elderly have lived full and fascinating lives. They often have a wealth of knowledge and wisdom to share and plenty of time to share it. My greatest priority is to provide proper, attentive, and respectful care to ensure that they retain their dignity and maintain as much independence as possible. I am also CPR certified.
I have been in the healthcare field for over 30 years. Growing up my father was a paraplegic, and my Mother and Brother-In-Law died of Cancer. I suppose caring for loved ones led me to a career in medicine. Recently, I cared for my live in Mother-In-Law of 20 years. She was diagnosed with Dementia/Alzheimer's in 2013. In the beginning of 2018 it became necessary to care for her full time. It became necessary to downgrade my practice in August, when she suffered a stroke and became bedridden. I cared for her at home 24/7 until February when she passed. I understand the mental, physical, and financial strain caring for a loved one places on a family. Allowing strangers in the home for any help/relief is a new frightening experience in itself. I am honest, experienced, compassionate, and have been in the same situation myself. I will do my best to help care for your loved ones in the loving way I cared for my own.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping others, I don't look at what I do as work because I enjoy it so much I enjoy the different people that I meet and the different things I learn. One personal acheivement that I've accomplished is the ability to help others and not look for anything in return but a thank you job well done. I'm a 31 yr mother of 3