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I love to help people. I do care about people that I'm caring for. I have ability to help people. I also love to help people to be happy. It's takes a special caring person to help others to make the best out of their lives. It's rewarding to make some happy. I'm easy to be around and get along with others.
I have been a caregiver over 20 years (long term, rehab, old timers unit patients, and etc). I care about the elderly and people that need help and cannot help themselves. Having parents that died in their 60's from cancer it was nice having the experience to be able to take care of them from their homes. Have done homecare over 5 years and really enjoyed working with the family's.
What makes me a great care giver I'm a hard worker, dependable, caring, and patient, don't mind going the extra mile to get the job done. Why did i become a care giver its my calling this is what i was bless to do care for others. What do i like about being a caregiver its very rewarding. What is personal achievement i am proud of I'm to say I've been working in the health field for 20 years.
Im very punctual, easy go I can get alone with anyone. Im a very hard worker I give it my all in whatever I do.My loyalty can be reliade upon .Im very ambitious this job would be a very good opportunity for me .Im very motivated and love what I do .I am a very valuable team player. Im a great care giver because this not just a job for me this is what I love doing. I love taking care of people .I learn from them and im glad that I can always be of assistance to someone someone at the end of the day I made someone day .
I go above and beyond when it comes to being compassionate with residents. I love helping others who have a hard time helping themselves. I have a soft spot in my heart for helping people when they are in need, makes me feel good about life and puts things in proper perspective. I have had three great years in this field especially when it comes to the Alzheimer's and dementia residents.
I have been a caregiver since I was 16 years old and couldn't picture doing anything else with my life. Most of my experiance is in a nursing home setting with alzhimers dementia, but I have done it all. Given the choice I'd choose to work with alzhimers dementia or individuals with developmental disabilities. I put my whole heart into my work and enjoy every minute of it.
I am a natural born caregiver. Being the mother of six children taught me great patience. I have a soft heart and I am the first to take in a injured animal or babysit at the last minute. The elderly hold a special place in my heart and I aim to please and take care of them the best I can.
I'm a great caregiver because I'm compassionate. I take the time to listen, have good one on one bedside manners. When I decided to become a caregiver is when I would see my aunt disrespect my granny, and I would say I will never do that. So I wanted to make a difference in people lives. Be there for them when they didn't have anyone to lean on, cry on, or just have a nice good conversation.
I love helping people and I am a very kind and compassionate person. I am very helpful with cleaning and being a nice companion for people and just someone to talk to. I have always loved to volunteer and visit the nursing homes and that is when I realized that I like to help others.
I feel that I am a great caregiver because I am patient, understanding, a great listener, compassionate, and very caring. I believe in treating people the way I want to be treated. I am a positive person, I love to smile, and laugh. I am also trustworthy, supportive, and encouraging. When I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Cancer (Stage 5) 6 years ago, my one and only Caregiver by the name of Barbara, was the absolute best. She took very good care of me, and was such a joy to have around. One day I told her that when I get better, I was going to become a Caregiver too because she was such an inspiration and blessing to me and my family. I am a natural born nurturer, and I love taking care of people. It gives me such a fulfillment in my spirit to know that I did something that day to make someone's life a little easier. I am proud of the fact that I was able to complete my courses to become a Certified Nurses Assistant 2 years ago, and I plan to go back to become State Tested to enhance my skills and knowledge in this particular field.
I consider myself to be a person who cares about other people because I've always gone out of my way to take the time to make someone else comfortable by simply taking the time to stop and offer my help by asking them if they are okay. It was never a problem for me to clean injuries until they are better for my siblings as a child while other refused to even look at it, and this is when I knew I was a compassionate individual.