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Hi! I'm Channing. Growing up, I was constantly responsible for my two younger siblings which planted a passion for caregiving within me. As I got older, caring for my grandparents showed me a different side of caregiving that I loved even more. My parents are both doctors. I grew up around the medical field, seeing people be taken care of. Although I am not a certified medical professional in any way, I know the ins-and-outs of the medical system and how to manage patient care from my experience working in a Physician's office. While self-employed as a photographer, I found that my greatest passion was lifting others up in whatever way that I could. I am looking for someone to spend my time with that needs an extra pick-me-up from day to day.
Hello! My name is Morgan and I have been a caregiver for approximately three years. Not only do I strongly believe in compassionate care, but I often teach seminars to healthcare institutions about how to implement compassionate care practices. I mostly enjoy being a caregiver because I will leave a positive impact on someone's life. I believe the best caregivers are empathetic, great listeners, and honest. A personal achievement I am proud of is graduating college with a bachelors of science degree, earning a 3.64 GPA, all while enduring cancer treatments, surgeries, working part time, volunteering at the community soup kitchen, and caring for my home. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!
I feel that the best traits of me that make me a good caregiver is the biggest one being I am a caring person, I am hardworking and I treat my residents/elderly with respect and as if they were my own family. I love to help people and make a difference in someone's day/life. I've got 5 years of nursing home experience under my belt. The most important thing I enjoy the most about being a caregiver is seeing someones progress improve, knowing I'm the one who has helped make that happen. Personal achievement I have made is being a mother and knowing my children are well taken care of and happy.
The main reason why I chose to become a caregiver is because I was raised by my great-grandparents, and someday when they can no longer give care to themselves, I wanted to have the training and experience to help them along in their time of need. I enjoy bonding with and getting to know the person(s) I take care of. I've found that making a connection helps the person(s) to feel more comfortable and at ease when receiving care.
In 2001-2006 I worked at Central Baptist Hospital in Lexington KY. Within 8 months I was chosen to train all new and current Unit Clerks that was a big achievement for me considering some employees had be employed with the hospital for 10yrs. I love helping people I've always had a big heart. It makes me feel good to know just something little, I've done has helped another person in their day. I do have a lot of patience because when people are not able to do the things they once could do or their memory isn't the same. It's natural to be frustrated and I don't let that frustration bother me, you have to have a lot of patience and calmness.
I feel I am a good care giver because I am compassionate, caring and I try to keep everyone happy. I've wanted to be a care giver for as long as I can remember since my mom had done it since I was little, I use to watch her take care of others growing up and learned alot from her. I have always wanted to help take care of people. I feel a sense of pride in being able to help others and feel like I am giving back to the community by helping.
I am a hardworking, dependable and reliable professional and upbeat employee. I enjoy working and I have a big heart for working and helping others. I have been a CNA since 2013, & recently just bought our first home in Kentucky. Just moved here from NC, so I currently am working on getting my Cna license back!
Hello, my name is Hannah. I'm 17 years old and will be 18 in January 21,2020. I go to Corbin Invocational school on Wednesday's only and will graduate in December of 2019. I've worked Dr. Knuckles office for a very long time and just now leaving. I've worked with the elderly for a long time and I also enjoy it. I have 1 dog and a boyfriend.
I am registered NUrse in the Philippines with various clinical experiences from hospital to commmunity practice. Here in UK I have worked as a Senior Caregiver for more than 6 years in hospital and community. I have all the knowledge and the best skills with ultimate compassion to provide care to people in need.
Why iv became a caregiver is because iv always loved helping people....The thing i love about care giving is i can choose my own hours, i can focus on just that one person....A personal achievement im proud is helping those i care for remember what they almost forgot....Something about my self well im recently going to school to become an SRNA (state registered Nursing Assistant)..iv been working as a are giver for almost three years and i absolutely love it,.
I'm a very outgoing compassionate understanding and patient person. I have trained in the alzheimer's unit when I was training for my certified Nurse Aide Certificate I've worked with multiple sclerosis patients I've been in hospice care and in-home private care. I'm a Christian woman and I absolutely believe in giving someone the best care possible and keeping them as comfortable as I possibly can.