Find a Caregiver
11 Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) caregivers found near Carrollton.
Find in-home caregivers with experience in home care | CareLinx
Showing 1-11 of 11 caregivers found
I helped take care of my grand mother when I was in high school, it was from that I got the passion of caregiving. The thing I like about caregiving is, meeting new people and providing caregiving services that they can no longer do for themselves. The smile on their faces is overwhelming and makes me feel I have done my job right. I have always enjoyed helping people so I know I am doing the right thing. Because of the love I have for caregiving I went to school got my CNA and later became a LVN.I have been a caregiver for 9years, I have worked in nursing home and private duties. I will be very grateful if I get the chance to care for your loved one.
I'm a outstanding , loving and caring Nurse and I have been in the Health care field for 11 years and a Nurse going on 4 years. I started out as a caregiver then I went to school for CNA ,Medication aide and Nursing school I am a LVN. I go above and beyond for any patient/residents I have been responsible for. It makes me feel good to know I have helped someone who needs help even if it's simply getting a cup of ice water. Although I am a nurse I would still love to do one on one care for a patient.A personal achievement that I am proud of is completing nursing school!
I feel I was blessed with the caregiving mentality at a very early age. I have an aunt who is only 5 years older than me and she has Cerebral Palsy. We are very close and were inseparable as children, I did all of her daily needs dressing, bathing, transferring out of bed and to bathroom without being asked. I saw she needed help and I just jumped in and did it. Years later as an adult I went on to be a CNA and I did this work CNA, home health & hospice for 10 years until I started raising my 5 children then I stepped back because I felt I couldn't give my full dedication that a person or people need if my children needed me. Now my children are older and I am coming back into the medical field eager and ready to give wholeheartedly. I went back to school and obtained my LVN license and I'm taking an online course to get my BSN and RN. I am bonded as well. I take caring for others very seriously. It is my passion to help others in any way that I can.
Becoming a caregiver was my natural calling. I Became a CNA in 2010 to assist those who are not able to help themselves. I furthered my education and graduated 9/2012 from WCJC with my Vocational Nursing Certificate. I am a licensed nurse. I love my job, with all that it entails. I am patient, caring, honest, dependable, and loyal. I am looking into furthering my education in the near future and am seeking employment that is flexible with my schedule with children and school.
I enjoy the opportunity to uplift the spirit of the elder by giving them my care and love. I have a knack for making sunshine come in where there are aches and pains from becoming a senior. I understand seniors need companionship and someone who cares and can assistance them with their everyday tasks. Since I'm a nurse, I speak the language and my goal is to make this time of their lives as comfortable as possible.
I have been a nurse for the last 21 years. I love helping others whenever I can. I have worked many fields in nursing but the most satisfying and rewarding job was having the privilege to care for my mother for 3 years both at home and in hospice. I am looking to provide evening care for anyone that is in need of assistance.
What make me a great caregiver is: The compassion and caring gift that was given to me. What make me become a caregiver: Because understanding the principles of: Treat others the way you desire to be treated. What like about being a caregiver: The satisfaction and joy of helping others. What Personal achievements proud of: My spiritual relationship with my Creator, being mother of two wonderful children and my career as Vocational Nurse.
I decided to go to nursing school in 1998 because I loved taking care of people. I also loved the science and research side of it too. Being a caregiver in any capacity, weather as a nurse or other is very rewarding. I was a nurse for 11 years. Mostly working with the elderly but I have worked in other areas such as dialysis, transplant and respiratory care.