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I wanted to help Seniors, I know it is very hard for family to see there love ones going thrue a very difficult time,i wanted to do something because i know is the way i will like to be treated when i get older or any of my family,it is very inportant to me to make a Senior feal they are still love an respected. I love what i do an get a smile or a blessing from them because i did something for them. I am well prepare in case you Dad or mom neads extra help 24/7 Call me and get to meet me! Have a blessing day! Thank you! Luz P.S please! No private phone calls 978 398 1006 live a massage . Email GitanaTiger@gmail.com
I became a caregiver because I am good at it. I enjoy the one on one dealing with patients,the care i am able to provide,since i have twenty years experience i can take vitals,detect heart prblems. I have found embolisims, detected more than three blockages,catheter care, dementia care and wound care,recently OBGYN skills and above all wound care and I love them all. This is my life!!!
I'm Kathy I have been taking care love one for over ten years I enjoy making their day no matter what is I want to show the person that im working for I'm go be on my duties and responsibilities no matter what it takes to make them feel safe an wanted an I will take care of them as my our loving family
Im highly motivated, patient, trustworthy and full of empathy and compassion for my clients. I can handle pretty much any emergency situation and make the right decisions under stress. Im always trying to improve the clients conditions, if its cleaning or making scrapbooks for memorization. My priorities are my clients no matter what life throws at me.
I am a very loving and compassionate and patient person who enjoys the simple things in life and gets pleasure out of helping other people with these simple things we all can take for granted at times and this was my reason for getting into the medical field. I grew up with a sibling who was disabled since birth and completely dependent on other people including assistance with feedings, hygiene, and every day functions. Among my disabled sibling, within the past 5 years have also dealt with Alzheimer's as a grandparent of my mine is currently dealing with. I know that there are times not only the patient needs support of a caregiver, but so does their family. I enjoy seeing the satisfaction on people's faces when either the simplest of tasks is assisted with or some complicated tasks. I enjoy all age ranges from infants to the elder's and every age in between. I am a happy person who love's to laugh and love's to make other's laugh and smile and just simply enjoy life. This is a new area for me "professionally", however as stated previously, "personally" it was something I grew up doing and enjoying it very much! I do not believe any education or training can make you a great caregiver, it is something that is not taught but within a person's self. The education is a plus for those who have some medical needs, and I have a total of 5 years experience in an office setting of a family practice. My focus here is helping a family and patient enjoy life and ensuring the family is at ease knowing there loved one is in good hands. I care for my patients as if they were my own family, as that is what we all want for our loved ones.
1.) I became a caregiver because at a young age my grandmother was diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer. I watched her battle through and eventually she lost the war. On top of the cancer my nana also had a brain tumor, epilepsy, and high blood pressure that needed to be monitored daily. Helping her through her battle and watching her go through her ups and downs gave me the drive I needed to pursue a career in the health field. 2.) What I like mainly about being a caregiver is being able to help others and having success stories. Being able to help others and seeing them be happy even if its for a short period of time makes it well worth it. 3.) A personal achievement that i am proud of is applying and being accepted into a Medical Assistant program. I am proud that not only did I finish the program but i graduated with honors. 4.) Something about myself: I love what I do. The career that I have chosen for myself fulfills me in ways that are indescribable. I love people, I love being able to strike up a conversation about anything to anyone. I am a very family oriented person, my mom has 2 other sisters and my father is 1 of 10 children so family is very important to me. I am the oldest of 3 and have a half sister that is 4. My youngest brother also just had a baby so I have a 9 month old nephew that I couldn't picture life without. I set goals for myself and try my hardest to fulfill the goals i set, whether they're daily, weekly, monthly or yearly goals i try
I love the more personal, consistant contact where what you do makes such a big difference. I know that helping my parents during the last few months of their lives was such a joy; I'll never regret the time I spent with them. Also,I was able to work with their doctor since I had 8 years experience as a medical assistant. I also became friendly with the staff and other residents; we had such fun sitting outside in the summer months joking with each other. I am a committed and reliable person who loves working with people.