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I am compassionate and caring. I have learned to listen and read eye and body movement from clients. I took care of one client that didn't have any family and the reward of keeping her company and making her comfortable made me happy as well as the client. The smiles on their faces and there family faces of relief is enough for me. The case that i'm proud of is that one client had surgery on both her knees and couldn't walk her dog that was sick as well with digestive problems. He had to be walked several times a day and she said he waits for me at the door every morning. He normally always stays by her side. She said he has never done that before and that he must really like and sense the care and love in me. That made my mornings seeing him sitting by the front door.
I became a caregiver because I believe it is in my nature and I am compassionate about helping others. I like being a caregiver because no matter how hard I may work or how my day is going, it doesn't feel like work. I would like to help others by doing what I like. I am a mother of four, very energetic and friendly. I recently left my position full time for a major dialysis company in downtown Baltimore and have been in healthcare for a while and started working for Catholic Charities in May 2017, part time on the weekends. I am hoping to start nursing school fall 2017 and would prefer to work overnight Monday thru Wednesday or Thursday but I have open availability and flexibility with my schedule. My personal achievements that I'm honestly most proud of are my children. I am a Certified Nursing Assitant and Cettified Medication Technician through the Maryland Board of Nursing. I am also CPR and First Aid certified.
I am very passionate about what I do. I also like helping others and always have that feeling of compassion when it comes to my patients. I would say my greatest achievement was when I finished my class for nurse support tech last year. I am very happy I'm furthering my education in healthcare. I hope to earn more medical credentials soon.
I become a caregiver beacuse I love working with people and I work with my mom and brother before they pass away and I know and understand how hard it would be on the person who is caring for their love one,and I like that the person whom am caring for can count on me to be there for them and will always look out for them and put them first always.My bigest achievement is watching someone went from I can't do it to am doing it( which mean I work on a case when the person could not walk again and he did not want to do his exercise and I would explain to him everyday I work with him that if he want to do most of the things he say he missed doing and like doing he will have to do his exercise everyday and he will see that he could walk again, and I tell him that everyday and get him to trust me and I got him to walk again and to me that was big. i'm 36 years old and a mother of two and I love to work with people and I have 16 years of managers exeperance and customer serive, and I had also manager three group homes and one of them I was the live-in house manger and I love that for I would get to hire the persons that I know who would love what we do just as I love what I do, and would not mined treating our client as part of the family.
I am a very passionate, honest and professional Registered Nurse . Right from a young age, i always wanted to work with the public to make a positive impact to people's life and that is why i decided to chose a career in health care. I enjoy providing care and treatment to sick people /service users. I pride myself ensuring that those under my care happy and valued. I have vast experience working in different healthcare settings and i believe the skills i have acquired over the years would be extremely useful in providing high standards of care to the clients under my care. After high school, i decided to do a degree in Nursing which i am very proud of this achievement because despite having to work and study simultaneously, i was able to graduate with good grades and became a registered nurse in the United kingdom for many years and I am know a RN in the United States I would love to work for a friendly family and i promise that if i am given the opportunity, i would not let you down.
I enjoy helping others. I started part-time about 15 years old working with mentally challenged, down syndrome clients and individuals. Then later I provided care for my 86 year old mother in law whom lived with me until her demise @ 89. I now work @ The Arc of Baltimore providing care and support to individuals.
I am a very loving caring person who likes caring for others people's I did this for nine years and I like what I do because it good to do something from the heart and it makes me good about my self ,I cheering them up when they are unhappy.I show them kindness I care for them has if they were my own parents.that is my biggest achievement so I looking forward to working with you all thank.Jackie
My name is Shantidra Bailey. I am a Certified Geriatric Nursing Assistant who has been doing nursing for 10 years now.I became a Caregiver because I took care of my grandfather who suffered from Cancer. Seeing him suffer motivated me to want to care for others and help them as much as I can. What I love about being a Caregiver is being able to help people with disabilities maintain their independence. I also love encouraging them, while making them feel as comfortable as possible and keeping a smile on their face. a personal achievement that I am proud of is being able to go back to school and further my career in Healthcare.
Patience humility funny at times,fulfilling expectations and loving what you do.i became a caregiver after seeing the needs my grandmother had and being there to help along with other members of my family. She had an amputation and she used a wheelchair for many years. My mother was an health aide,one of my aunts,many of my cousins still are in this profession and I love caring for others.
It's a passion of mine every since I was a child to take of people from family to friends. To resure family that they can do they daily living knowing that their love one is taking care of. I have family and I would want the Best for them.I'm 51 yrs old have been in the nursing field for 30years and I love what I do. Worked for University Maryland Hospital for 19yrs and work for Hopkins Home care almost 2yrs
Hi, My name is Cherri, I'm a caregiver that provides passion and love for my (family) client, I'm caring and empathetic to the needs of my client. I have been a Certified Nursing Assistant for 15 years. I'm CPR and First Aid Certified and I also have My Nursing Technician Certification. My goal is to be a positive light in someone's life, seeing people happy gives me great joy knowing that I did my very best. Every day that God gives me is a blessing and another opportunity to do Gods work and be a help to others. Nothing makes me more proud to feel that I made a positive difference. I have a lot of of experience as a caregiver and would love an opportunity to work with you.
What makes me a great caregiver is that I take pride in what I do which is helping people. I became a caregiver when my father was hit by a car over 19 years ago and my family and I took turns caring for him and took a liking in just helping still wasn't sure what I really wanted so I took classes at the Sojourner Douglas in phlebotomy, I V therapy, Emt (which I didn't finish than) and later received my CNA, HHA, at the Levindale Geriatric Center then last while working I received my CMT'S. What I like about being a caregiver is me being my own boss making my own work schedule & salary. One achievement that I've done while working as a caregiver is taking care of my grandmother for the last 18 months of her life before passing away due to "CANCER" and she telling me THANK YOU everyday an how proud she is of me to follow in her foot steps because everyone doesn't have the passion or patients for the job.