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I'm a great caregiver because it's in my heart. My mother was diagnosed with colon cancer in 2000, she couldn't afford home care so I took on the roll. She passed in 2010 an that's when I knew what I wanted to do. I helped family, friends and neighbors for awhile , then I went to Stone Academy An got certified. I love helping others , it's not just a job to me I LOVE IT.
I love making a different in the lives of others. After caring for my father for five years in Africa, I realized this is a profession that I'm good at and passionate about. When working with my father, I developed patience and empathy, and also have been working as a caregiver for about 5 years with a lot of experience. In the event of an emergency, I would recall the training I have learned and immediately follow the standard protocol and call 9-1-1 if needed. I have active CPR certification, so I feel confident performing that, If required
Hi my name is Maxine I'm 49yes old I have 10 years experience in Alzheimer's, dementia, quadriplegic & cancer care I enjoy care giving because it givers me a wonderful felling knowing Iam helping seniors to enjoy the day to day challenge they face I started being a care giver after caring for my greatgrand mother who lived to be 107 years old and her thanking me is my proudest moment.
Hello my name is Shaequa pronounced shaniqua. I believe I would be a great candidate to work with your loved ones. Simply because I love assisting people who cant completely do for themselves and being the person who they can depend on to make them feel as if they still belong. I've worked in this field pretty much all my life having elderly family members and working in the field. I have been trained in many areas I have my cpr and first aid I have worked on the dementia long term and rehab units I have also done private duties in home
I am a certified nursing assistant and paraprofessional who wants to influence society postively through professionalism and showing compassion to help my patients and clients achieve a sense of well being. I always perform my work duties and responsibilities with the upmost diligence and competence. I am respectful good listener and a very hardworking person.
I am a social and caring person, and also enjoy putting smiles on people's faces, i love the care job so much that i have had a lot of families who communicate and calls me on occasions , even their own celebrations long after their family member that i took of passed, they have become my family too, and personally i can say am more experienced in what i do now after 10 years of experience .
I started caring for people even before I completed my CNA certification. I've always had a passion to help people in need and to be a companion to people that don't have anyone else. I am very passionate about what I do because I love what I do. I am very proud of the education that I continue to pursue. My ultimate goal is to become a nurse. The thing I enjoy the most about this job is the different people I get to care for. I've learned a lot from my clients ,and I know that they could be completely comfortable with me.
I have 18 years of caregiver experience. I have a CNA for about 15 years. I started caring for folks because back in Africa, we care for our family members so it has been something in my nature to care for people. When I care for elderly folks, I treat them as if they were my family members. I've worked with all types of senior patients. Most patients have conditions of stroke, dementia, mentally challenged patients, cancer patient, hospice etc.
I have been a CNA caregiver for 6 years. I started caregiving when I started working as an activity assistants and helping residents with ADLs. Then I got exposed into nursing so I went towards the route of becoming a CNA and fell in love with it. I currently in school to become a RN/LPN. I mainly work with total care patients, Alzheimers/dementia.
I just try to do the best i can to make my clients happy. I like leaving knowing i did a great job. I have about 9 years cna experience and plan on becoming a nurse someday because i really enjoy helping people. I decided back then to become a cna because i got to see my sister who one before me and wanted to follow in her steps. I enjoy learning about the clients i get to help.
I am a great caregiver because of my patience and understanding.To me taking care of any senior is like taking care of my family so I accord them the same respect attention and love that I would my family.what I love most about this job is the fact that I can put a smile on the face of the client as well as the family member to feel like I am doing something exceptional for them.My proudest moments is when the family keeps in contact with me even after the client has passed and is truly appreciative of what I did for them
I've been in the health care field for more then 9+ years and love every minute of it. Being able to help someone who can't completely help themselves and be appreciated for the help, time & effort, is the best feeling in the world . I started off working with my great grandmother who currently at the time is 106. While working with her I observed the other workers weren't treating her the way she should've been treated. I wanted to be able to help her and many others that were being mistreated like that, to be put in a better safe & enjoyable environment . I currently finished my CNA training in December 2014 and currently on the waiting list to join the RN program. In addition to helping my grandmother I just finished working with my aunt, whom recently passed away of brain and lung cancer. I worked with her for 6month and did total care on her. Bathing, feeding, medicine, walking etc.
As a young adult all I knew was my grandmother. She taught me everything I knew until she got sick. Her body started to break down and I had to take care of her. I prepared her meals, breakfast and dinner and gave her showers also dressed her. She got really bad and she was forced into a nursing home because nobody was able to give her the proper care she needed. She passed away in the nursing home. I felt nothing but guilt that I didn't have the skills to take care of her so she could be comfortable at her own home. So I made an effort to be the best CNA for others on this planet. So their families can get proper care in the comfort of their homes.
Hello, I'm Heather. I became a caregiver because I believe it is my Destiny. My grandmother was 80yrs old when she went into a diabetic COMA, (we didn't know that she was diabetic) we (the family members) were all called in to say our goodbyes,because after 2wks her heart was failing . I got there last to say my goodbye, and as soon as I started speaking to her, "my grandmother awoked" and started speaking to me, she called me by my name right away. I still remember the profound impact it had on me,it activated something within me,i vowed i would always take care of my grandmother to the best of my ability .The Dr. Wanted my Grandmother to be placed in a nursing HOME but she refused, so the Dr. suggested we trained to take care of her at home. From then on I knew that I was called to do this work,helping others like my Grandmother. We all became nurses because we loved and respected her so much, my Grandmother passed 8yrs later,but we all made sure that it was the most loving, respectful, most dignified time before she passed. Needless to say when she passed, we were all surrounding her with all our love and gratitudes. She died with a BIG smile on her face, I always remember that smile and in my work I aim to inspire all my patients to smile .My Grandmother's illness became a blessing for my family and me,I would love the opportunity to assist and share my blessing with your family in the most caring, compsssionate and loving manner. Thank YOU. Heather.