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I'm happy.. outgoing.. lovable.. understanding..patient..a team player..im friendly..nice and God fearing.. I love helping others.. I listen .. motivate and inspire.. I love what I do.. im caring..compassionate.. trustworthy and honest..I enjoy being a blessing..I have hospice.. dementia.. respite.. caregiver.. altzhmeirs..eldery..private.. nursing home and hospital care experience.. ive been in the medical field for over 15 years..
i am a happy person and always willing to help, what attracted me to be a care giver my mom has Alzheimer's for about 17 years and i took care of her and my boyfriend had multiple sclerosis took care of him for 6 years until passed away . i enjoy seeing a smile on my clients face in spite of their illness. my personal achievement is buying my home and help feeding the homeless.
Over the years of working in healthcare, one thing I have learned that helps me to be a great caregiver is showing real compassion through my personality. By having a great attitude every time I work with patients helps to develop better care and understanding of needs. I've been attracted to being a caregiver because of the compassion needed for people during times that they are most in need, and vulnerable. I enjoy meeting new clients and receiving great feedback because it lets me know I am able to make a difference in their lives. One of my personal achievements that I'm proud of is how far I've gotten in my education to become a nurse. It's been a long road but one that I'm proud of.
What makes you a great caregiver? I'm a very kind and compassionate person, wanting to see people prosper in their everyday lives. I became a caregiver to invoke change. I love to see people progress where they where not before, and I come in and I'm able to help. I like being a caregiver - again, because I like to invoke change. I like to see people come from a very low place, to a place they thought they couldn't rebound from. Bottom line, I just love being able to a make a difference. What is a personal achievement you are proud of? There are many, however, this one comes rushing to the for front of my mind. I took care of this lady that had TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) When my boss at the time sent me to her home, I spoke w/her husband first. He went on to share w/me that she has slipped into a heavy depression and she just don't want to live anymore. He further went on to say that she had not walked in quite some time since the accident. Now fast forward, I'm speaking with her, she to said her family should have just let her die in the hospital. I shared with her that for the rest of the week we where going to do it her way, and come Monday, it was going to be a new way. To make a VERY LONG STORY SHORT, she began to do things my way. As I sit here (smiling while typing) she went back to the doctor, and he said WOW I have not seen you walk in a long time, she said "you can thank the WARDEN" and then she pointed at me. As I hurry to a close. I am not a cat person.
I have always been a caregiver since I was young took care of my mother when she was diagnosed with breast cancer I was 13 at that time and it gave me a good sense of accomplishment and made me feel good I've volunteered at dementia and Alzheimer's wards when I was in high school that changed my mind to be a pharmacist tech but I knew it wasn't for me so I took a CNA course in Tennessee where I am from and worked as a home health for about 15 years
I love to be able to help others from young to older, did it half of my life. I live in hammond,indiana with my husband and dog. I Enjoy adventures and family time. Being hands on with a person everyday or week you become close and understand them. I have the patience, awareness of my surroundings, fast actions and enjoy helping others. If I don't know what to do I'll look it up or ask lots of questions. I been taking care of my dad for the last 8 years, every Tuesday I take him to his doctor appointments and I also do housekeeping every Friday mornings for the last 2 years. Caregiving is my passion, doing my passion for 7 years.
I believe my personality is well suited to being an excellent caregiver, due to my nurturing and compassionate qualities. Even as a child I enjoyed taking care of people. My teaching degree was used to work with preschool children and this was a highly rewarding and enjoyable job for me. Many people have said of me that I am a natural caregiver. I enjoy spending time with all people, I have a good sense of humor, I am dedicated, organized and have great time management skills and try to create moments of joy with my clients. It is extremely rewarding to me to get to know and care for people. I am proud of the achievements I have accomplished as a managing caregiver with Right At Home. Each client I have worked with has been pleased and ask for me again. I also, have been a massage therapist since 2004.
I became a caregiver in 1996. I had IL CNA license before I moved to indiana. I love being a caregiver because I can work with each patient individually and build lasting relationship. Most of all I enjoy taking care of people. I am proud of my working experience and recognition I have earned over the years. I am easy going, responsible, and I pay attention to details. I love to cook and have a great sense of humor. Both qualities proved to be very helpful in my experience. I have great references and can provide background check upon request. Please contact me if you have any questions.
what make me a great caregiver, is my ability to have patiece and to try to understand the needs of the individual and try my best to help them accomplish their goals. I became a caregiver to assist those individuals, with disabilities to achieve their individual goals and responsibilities . What I like about being a caregiver, is to be able to come into an individual 's home assist the individual with whatever their needs they may have to undertake and we accomplish their task together. one of my personal achievements, was when the individual that I was working with with couldn't remember staff's names but always call them friend. He would make reference to staff members as the title Friend. I began to work on that goal with him and through repeatious actions he started to repeat the staffs names and remembered them. That goal accomplishment, made the individual happy and also staff.