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1)I became a caregiver because I love to help others and make a different in someone else's life .2)What I like about being a caregiver is,to be able to help someone and it make me happy . Because I am a loving & caring & respectful ,trustworthy person .When I'm helping someone I feel very happy , especially for those that can't help themselves. 3) A personal achievement that I am proud of ,is all my four children are done with college and one of them is married and started with new job and my last one/son is graduated done with college & already starting working. To me that's a big accomplishment and very proud of all of them. I'm going to be a grandma next year That's make me really happy &they are really close to God that 's making me even more happier. Only God can do such things ...To me it's a dream come true & Glory to GOD. 4)About myself , I've been married for 31 years and I have four children and I am God fearing .And I've been Cna for more than 17 years and I love what I do . The reason that I love it is because I was in car accident 20 years ago I could not do nothing for myself and my family took care of me and I said to myself I have to help others who needed help & won't be able to take care of themselves. And because I have compassion for what I tell anyone that who want me to work with a loved one if they don't have enough money to pay I'm willing to negotiate. Because our Father in heaven wants us to care for one another.
I genuinely care about my clients. In addition to doing my job in a professional manner, I treat all of my clients with kindness, respect, and dignity. As a teen, I helped my mother care for my grandmother and always enjoyed spending time with her. My own mother is a dementia patient with diabetes and I am involved in her care as well. I truly enjoy working with seniors assisting them with independence and a better quality of life.
Over The past years, A Family had nominated me for the best Aide they ever have. They favor me as a very honest and dependable trustworthy in terms of work. I have also demonstrated the ability to work independently as well as become a valued team member . My communication and leadership skills have been cultivated through my extracurricular combination of skills and experience . I am confident that I could be an asset to the family searching for Care .
1. I had someone very special in my life who became sick . 2. That I can show other that their someone out here who cares about there well being. 3.I to know that the people I care are happy and im alway told that I have a big heart for others. Plus I went to get my Medical Assistance. 4. I have caring heart for other in need.
My commitment to serving as a compassionate and knowledgeable caregiver--as well as my superior communication and organizational skills--give me confidence in my ability to significantly assist and improve individuals I give care. From assisting individuals with day-to-day tasks and offering physical and emotional support to providing companionship and enhancing their quality of life, my background has prepared me to excel in this role. Consider the following highlights of my qualifications: Performing a range of daily responsibilities--including medication administration, meal preparation, errand running, and grooming/personal hygiene--to alleviate physical demands on patients and contribute to positive living environments. Utilizing superior problem-solving abilities to provide optimal solutions and support in difficult and stressful situations. With my previous experience as a caregiver for more than 8 years, complemented by my dedication to providing comprehensive assistance and support to those in need, I believe I could swiftly surpass expectations for this role. Opportunities to discuss the position in further detail would be most welcome.
I am a licensed Certified Occupational Therapy Assistant. I've been in the field for 17 years. I enjoy caring for and providing a helping hand to clients who aren't able to care for themselves and because of my Therapy background I believe in encouraging and training clients to be as independent and safe as possible in their day to day lives. I also encourage wellness, movement, and exercise to prevent weakness and debilitation.
I am by nature kind and caring. When my father became ill with colon cancer I was his caregiver. I would pick up and administer his meds. Knowing I could bring comfort to him mentally and help in his physical needs made me feel better as a person. He had come to a point where he was wheel chair bound. I drove him to all Doctor appointments. I also manicured him by that I mean shave his face, cut his hair, and fingernails. Prepared lunch and served him, I did anything to make him feel good about himself. I stayed with him for many hours daily till my mom came home. I also took care of my mother-in-law and she lived with me and my husband for 2 years. She was 91 and had severe Rheumatoid Arthritis. Her care was different than my fathers. Nonetheless, her remaining years with us were eased, The care for her was serving her meals, help with bathing, walking with her, getting her into bed and out of bed. General all around every day living and care taking. Then there was my mom. I took care of her when she no longer could walk. She had had a triple by pass and severe emphysema. A few years later, she had a serious fall which led to a slow demise . I took care of her for 3 years. I enjoy knowing that I can help one in need.
Team work,patience. ,and communication makes me a great care giver. I became a care giver after taking care of my grandma just the good satisfaction I feel after helping someone.what I like most is the interaction , the blessings and the friendships I have made over the years.What I have archived is a peace of mind knowing every day I go to work I am improving and giving the day to day lively hood of somebody and that's a big archivement.
I am a great caregiver because I have taken care of mother for as long as I can remember. She has a severe case of Multiple Scerlosis and it continues to progress. I love people and building relationships. As I studied Communications at Wake Forest University, I realized my passion is helping people. My grandmother also recently passed away from Alzheimer's disease so my patience and dedication to her furthered my desire to be a care taker. I can work in Charlotte or Winston Salem.
I am a well rounded, hard working young woman who enjoys being a caregiver. I am a good listener and I enjoy hearing about past life stories of elderly people. I became a certified nursing aide to assure that people get the care they deserve in their homes and also in the facilities. I have been in the home care field since 2010 and want to continue to make my clients happy and comfortable.
I am a young, vibrant, and reliable professional who is looking for part-time and occasional work as a caregiver. I work full-time in college admissions, but consider myself a disability advocate. I enjoy helping other young adults and teens with disabilities maintain their independence by serving only when necessary. In many cases, the individuals I serve turn into lifelong friends and associates. Most of my experience includes working with adults who have cerebral palsy or paralysis, use AAC devices and other forms of alternative communication, and other cognitive disabilities. I personally feel very rewarded when I help another person gain the independence they desire without taking control.
What make me a good caregiver is my love for caring for the elderly. I like to see those in need being taken care of and especially not being abuse but loved. I also have a child that was born with cerebal palsy and much care at birth was needed. It was very hard finding someone to work with him, this is why I have taken on caring for my son.