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I work for the agency for over 5 years now and before that I took care of my grandparents for decades until they passed away. They are the reason why I became a caregiver. I consider myself as very patient and have a great compassion for another because of my understanding of what the person is going through. My actual clients say I am attendant, dependable and trustworthy, beside my excellent time management and organizational skills. I enjoy being a caregiver because I like working with elderly people and like to help others in this way. I like making someone smile and doing little things to make a person's day better - that can be extremely rewarding.
Hi my name is Stephanie I am a great caregiver because I have been doing this type of work almost all my life as I got older that's the longest job I have ever had and I love it I get to interact with others and help them with there everyday life I became a caregiver at the age of 17 I took it and became to love it I have achieved mane things from my greatness in helping others
I love helping people in need, regardless of how little or big the issue. I have been a Caregiver since the age of 10 when I started babysitting. I am patient, caring, a good listener, compassionate and just enjoy helping people live an easier life. I enjoy the company of the senior generation, I think they deserve to live a happy, healthy, easier life as they get older, they have earned that privilege and I will do whatever it takes for them to live independently for as long as they are able. It's not about the money in this profession, it's about caring, compassion and helping those in need.
I have a somewhat goofy personality, I like to joke around and sometimes be silly, but I'm very good with the elderly. I'm very kind and understanding about them not being able to do things on their own or that they may take a little longer. I don't rush them. And they tend to appreciate that. I decided to be a CNA in 2002 because I was tired of working as a waitress and needed a better paying job to support my children, but I also enjoy being around elderly people and talking to them, learning about their lives, what they did for a living, their families and I LOVE looking at their old pictures and helping them walk down memory lane. I think an achievement I'm proud of is paying 50,000 dollars cash for our house. My husband got a settlement and that's what we did with it. My PERSONAL achievement that I'm proud of is of course my children but also being able to survive the death of my 5 year old daughter and to be able to tell parents how important it is to keep medications locked up. There's a lot of things I'm proud of in my life, way too many to list here.
im 25 years old i have a family my own of 6 i have 2 special needs children i take care of at home . i am fun i like to get stuff done as quick as possible being in a big family cleaning cooking and taking care of people come naturally for me. i enjoy animals and helping people that need that couple extra hands to do things and still remain as free to do as they please but still have everything done for them. i was attracted to care-giving when i realized how much people are out there that needs help doing daily activities or just needs Little boost to get up during the day . i currently am an in home care giver for a child that is non verbal blind and 100 percent wheel chair bound. he is fed through gtube and we do bathing changing diapers we interact as he has to play games and use his legs and arms. my personal achievement i am proud of is that even though i have a big family i keep finding ways to help other people. i help people by giving them rides to work or just simply helping them watch their kids so they can have a day to them selfs . i hope my little bio makes you want to choose me as someone that could help you as well.
I have been a caregiver for 26yrs ..I enjoy being a caregiver and providing personal cares . I have done trac care bowel routine ,cather care ,urostomy cares , used lifts , sit to stand lifts ,transfers , turning repositioning ,I have always taking great pride in giving the best possible care ..
I am a caring woman who enjoys helping others, that explaining why I became A healthcare worker. To see someone smile from just hearing A few kind words is very gratifying. I have worked very hard to support my four daughters alone. I enjoy learning a lot! I plan on starting school in the near future and I can't wait. I am Very easy to get along with. I appreciate constructive criticisms From co-workers and bosses, also I think good communication Especially in the health care field.
I am very dependable, hard worker, willing to go above and beyond to make sure the care of the patients are met. I am 48years old and have been a caregiver now for over 12 years. I specialize in hospice care and Alzheimer's patients. I have strong references and also am referred to families through Harry Hymes hospice. Looking for a job where I feel needed and am helping the people that need me most. Spent many years in aircraft and construction also, looking for a new career. I love to be outside and work in my flower gardens and fish at my parents farm. I am a very caring and big hearted person, I love to give everything I have to make sure others are happy, also very patient and outgoing.
I'm a new member of the Wichita community. My husband and I moved here from the Manhattan area where I worked as a para educator for 9 years. Needing a change, I worked toward my CNA,CMA, and HHA certifications. I have worked in Memory Care, Assisted Living, and Home Care and Hospice all of which I loved. I have an early work experience as an EMT,(no longer lisenced), and years in phlebotomy. I've also worked as a CNA in a surgical center in various areas of the building. I spent 1 1/2 years after we moved here, recovering from shoulder surgery and working in a preschool center while getting situated in our new to us house. We have two daughters, one is married with a 4 yr old and 8 month old and the other is a Jr in college at Bethel. I grew up a farm girl, spent valuable time with my grandparents, and have been involved in many activities myself and with our kids. My family has always come first and I have always worked jobs that would allow me to live and be in their moments as they were and are happening! We are total hands on grandparents to our grandchildren when needed and possible. I love flea markets, refurbishing furniture, I have my own picture painting site, yard sales, shopping, and being in our yard. My heart and soul are extremely down to earth and when I enter a clients home, they are what matters while I am there. Their comfort and happiness with my work, long after I leave, is important to me until I see them again.
Hello, I am a full time student majoring in Nursing, and I have always had a passion for working with elderly patients! I have worked with caregiving agencies and in home private families as well. I am very patient, social and loving helping people. What attracted me to caregiving is seeing that if one is given a little bit MORE attention that they can sometimes display a change of behavior .
I have been a caregiver for over 10 years and have found it to be the most rewarding and enjoyable position I've held. I very much enjoy connecting one on one with people and I get a great sense of happiness knowing that I am directly helping a person who needs my help. I have been described as extremely patient and calm, and I find that those traits greatly help my ability to be a good caregiver. When people begin to age and/or their health deteriorates, life generally moves at a slower pace for them. Their ability to move quickly and to think quickly declines and it is very important for caregivers to be patient with them. That is something that comes naturally for me. I have learned how to balance the tasks of offering the person my physical help, and my companionship. I recognize that companionship is a very important part of this job! As far as the physical help I offer to my clients (cleaning, meal prep, toileting, grocery shopping, etc...) I am not one to sit idle. There is always something to be done around a home and, rather than watch tv (unless that's what the client wants me to do now and then!) or play on my cell phone, I will happily do them. Growing up with a mother who always cooked meals from scratch, I learned a great deal about cooking. I love to cook and bake, and am always up for making good, healthy meals from scratch. Whether I'm assisting my clients while they work in the kitchen, or doing the bulk of the cooking myself, I am great in the kitchen and love to provide great food for my clients. I can offer very satisfied reference, whether they come from the families of past clients or from fellow caregivers I've worked beside in the past. I am flexible schedule-wise and am used to the flexibility that is necessary to work with a rotating team of caregivers.
I've been a nurses aide since I was 16 almost everyone in my family is either a nurses or in the health care field, I love what I do and have a blast helping others and making them feel loved and acknowledged. I love to smile and make others smile . My job means the most to me . I've achieved a lot as an aide but my happiest moments are making someone smile that hasn't in a long time .
I am a very passionate, dedicated, and committed to delivering selfless, purpose-driven service. I believe in servant leadership and making sound decisions in the absence of direction. I want family members to feel like I am an extension of their family, someone they can rely on when most necessary. I was attracted to caregiving by the reward that comes from helping others. Seeing people that were in need for care, when family members simply don't have time, money, or emotional longevity that is required in long-term assisted living and care. I am very proud of raising my two teenage daughters as a single mother, while working multiple jobs. It was very difficult, but highly rewarding seeing them grow, and exhibiting the same work ethic and love I try to possess.
Hi there! My names Sarah Simon, and I'm 56, married to my wonderful husband Ron, and we have two children, Chris and Dustin. I spent the majority of my career working in the accounting field. In 2013 my eldest son was needing to undergo a double lung and liver transplant, so Chris and myself were forced to move to St. Louis to be within range of the hospital. A year and a half later, and after my son's transplant being a success, we were able to move back home to Garden Plain. Once home and looking for new jobs, I decided that it was time to find something new. I wanted to find a job where I could make a difference in the life of someone else rather than punching numbers into a calculator. I decided that the perfect job for me to do was to become a home care-giver. It allows me to help others who may not be able to help themselves, but my favorite facet of the job is simply the companionship that I can give to a patient, and also that I can find a new friend in all of my patients. The most special thing about my job is that I get to know the patients on a personal level just by being able to provide care and spending time with them.