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Because I have a heart for the Elderly and They need Help with what thay cant do for themselves anymore .I Love the joy that I know I can bring to their life and well being.Im the CARING HANDS AND COMPASSIONATE PERSON .IM ALSO PASSIONATE FOR ALL ETHICS . LOVE WORKING WITH PEOPLE ,HAVE A JOY TO HELP OTHERS .HAVE MY OWN TRANSPORTATION CAN START TO WORK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. I PREFER TO WORK IN THE MORNING OR NIGHT SHIFT .
I became a Caregiver because I love helping others .There's no greater love than when you can put a smile on a person's face after you have helped someone who can't do for themselves. I have achieved in my Lifetime .I love educating myself I always try and set an example for my Daughter.I have a license in Cosmetology , Certification on Massage Therapy , Nationally Registered Medical Assistant, And I am a Certified Nursing Assistant. Educating myself us what I have a passion for
I am reliable, dependable, honest care giver for over 7 years. I like caring for the elderly. What I enjoy most, is knowing my clients gets better. One of my clients , was given 3 months to live, with 3 bypass heart condition,. When I started working with her, she lived for 3 years. My personal achievement, that I am always proud is to make sure that they are well taken care of. Very comfortable, and their safety is my number one priority.
I have compassion for people and i have firsthand experience. I have my son who is 25 and autistic and still lives with me putting him in a home is not an option. I understand that people always choose to stay in their homes over a nursing home. I love people and my goal is making them comfortable and happy.
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 am Geriatric nursing assistant with two and a half years of nursing experience. I also have ten years of Nursing experience as an RN in Ghana before relocating to the USA in 2016. I am very professional, diligent and above all have empathy for the people I care for. I have passion for the work I do. It has always been my dream to care for the sick and put smiles on their faces hence my reason for becoming a caregiver. My personal achievement I have been proud of is assisting a client with ADL , and then gradually the client became independent in performing her ADLs, and this brought joy to both me and the client because initially she could do only 25% . And as a caregiver I felt proud of that.
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 a Certified Medication Technician , I am also a clinical medical assistant. I have been working in the field of healthcare for more than twenty plus years. I love being a caregiver because it allows me to give back to those who are in need. My experience in this field starting in 1995 as a personal homecare provider for the Baltimore City health department. It while working for this agency I found I had a passion for this field.My most recent job was in assisted living were In worked helping the residents with their medication and daily needs.
I enjoying working with all walks of life of health, taking care of people, assisting with adl' s with the elderly ,ones who are in need of helping them keep as much of there independence. Working with diabetics and giving them the confidence that we can work on projects of the health and try to climb to there goals of there achievements that suite there happiness.
I am a caregiver with more than 14 years of experience with seniors and people with special needs. I provide safe, respectful, loving, skilled care towards every one of my patients. I will deliver peace of mind to family members by keeping their loved ones safe while also protecting their independence and preserving their dignity. I give detailed information and pay close attention to my clients and to the families' needs. I have taken care of many people from family members, friends, and clients in facilities to group home members and privately cared for patients. Whatever the needs may be, I strive to go above and beyond my call of duty. Life is a treasure and if I can provide life or encouragement to anyone, or let them know that they are still loved and living with grace and dignity, I am that Angel. Many people lose their independence and feel lost. I can give clients, as well as their families, peace of mind knowing that things will work out fine. I have CPR/First Aid certification, Certified Home Health Aide, Certified Nurses Aide (CNA), Certified Medical Aide (CMA), am a residential counselor, provide individual service/support plans, behavior plans, & have experience with dysphasia, Alzheimer's & Dementia and much more. I have achieved more than 50 certificates and extensive training over the last decade. All families need a break from the worry and stress of caring for loved ones. Please call me to talk about what I can do for your family!
A very hard working, kind and caring team player with a heart full of compassion, Always ready and willing to help people with dignity and respect. I have been a certified Nursing assistant since 2002 with a vast experience in the field . I love what i do and i love caring and putting a smile on peoples face. I love to listen to stories of my clients.
I am a wonderful nurse and take care of my clients like they're my family.I decided to become a nurse after I took care of my grandmother until she passed on to heaven and before she left her words to me was please be a nurse .so I did and iam so dedicated to my work,my clients who I love &take care of like my family.i smile every day and it makes me happy to see I make a difference in my clients lives...note:i cant receive my messages for some reason on carelinx so please email me for any questions thanks...also iam a nurse at Charlestown retirement home they love me....
I love what I do i like taking care if others,, who cannot take care of themselves . Its self-worth job that is rewarded with love. 2. The hours, the flexibility , I love being around people and i am to use my personality to get mt pt to move to the next level mentally and physically. 3.That every pt I had i had such great feedback from the family,and my pt always admired me as I them. And when ever where people me and how I My Patients out saw how she or he was treated with great respect. Showing dignity, support loving care for 30 yrs you can't put a price tage on it .30+ exp own transportation cert CNA excellent ref upon request total care provider bathing dressing meals catheter doctor and personal appt . Myself 65 yrs ols hobbies are reading crafts, horseback Riding, walking in park Book club .teaching young ladies discipleship class at church Married 25 yrs 4 grown children 5 grandchildren was retired ..2 yrs want to go back to work ..,,!
I became a caregiver because of my struggles in finding quality care for my aging ill parents. I live in the state of MD and they lived in Brooklyn New York. I am the eldest, of 7 and traveled (when possible) to and from Md/Brooklyn, New York; to provide the best care possible for them. As my younger siblings seemed to be struggled to care for them. I was a homeowner at the time here in Md after my retiring from LE. I heard about CNA/GNA and went back to school to get my license to adequately care for my parents before I brought them to Md and we all knew they wanted very much to be in a home environment, not a nursing facility. My folks never made it to here to Md. I miss them dearly.! Since that time I have been working as a CNA/GNA,, devoted to upgrading my experience and interpersonal communication skills in this capacity to be of service to others in ill health or circumstance providing at home quality care. I'm now in my Jr year of college in Pre Nursing. I always attempt to give 110% of my work ethic! What I like about being a caregiver is just that..Giving care. Quality Caring and serving the needs of individuals that can no longer adequately care for themselves but want to stay in their homes. My Personal Achievement: I once worked in a nursing facility Hospice unit and assisted a resident to eat after going on a hunger strike. She was a former Chef and restaurant owner. She said she was "dying" what was the point in her eating, and she said she had no appetite. This was around Easter holiday, I worked my Sat off day to have Sunday off because i was having a dinner party with family and friends. To stay in tradition i wanted to make roasted Lamb but I didn't quite no how. So I asked my hospice client how. As she began to tell her recipe, it made her hungry. I prepared a small meal that she ate. Two days later she passed. Her family was greatful for the care I gave but more importantly that she left having a last meal.