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I have the phone App now for quick response! I wanted to help people with Alzheimer's disease ,my step dad just past away he had Parkinson's disease and I decided to help people to help fight the end of Alzheimer's disease. I pay attention to the people and try to be in their world do the things and activities they like to do. Have 12 years experience as a care giver and in training in Alzheimer's disease. Have knowledge in taking Blood pressure and Blood sugar been RN delegated by a nurse. I like gardening with them and doing activities that help them with their brain activity Taking walks playing games or puzzles . I know I have not been able to answer my messages in the past but I am currently available now ,please consider me and I will not let you down. Also have my messages sent to my phone now so I will not miss them.
I became a Caregiver because I enjoy nurturing, making people comfortable, happy thus making the Client realize how important that they are. This is my-calling. I've been in this line of work/volunteering since I was a mere 21 years old. I helped my mom take care of her family that were all stricken with Cancer. In later years I then took complete care of my mom when she was diagnosed and on Hospice. Transitioning for Clients/Family can be overwhelming with dreaded diagnosis or merely aging where as help being needed in the home. I have had a 100% rate of approval by all Clients/Family, always have had a good-fit with the Family feeling at ease. I am brutally honest, I would never touch anything that doesn't belong to me. I've never been in any trouble. I have a clean record plus a fairly clean driving record. My compassion runs deep. Again, it is my niche'...my-calling to care for the elderly, less fortunate and/or those with challenges. AT this point I can only take on Sitting and Driving positions.
I have been in the health care industry for the last twelve years. I'm a mother of three teenage boys and have also have had my cna since 2007 and am very happy in my career and enjoy what I do. Touching hearts, lending a helping hand and meeting the needs of others has helped me realize my true purpose in life.
I am a person who loves to care for others. I love being able to help someone that may need a little extra care. I am a mother of 2 beautiful girls and am currently working for my nursing degree. I had the experience of working in a hospital setting as well as working for a home health agency. I cared for an elderly woman with rheumatoid arthritis among other things and I absolutely adored her! My passion is to work with elderly or pediatrics with my nursing degree. I have always had a soft spot for elderly mainly because I grew up around my grandparents as a child. My personal achievement is that I have been able to get my associates in liberal arts while raising my family. I enjoy being with the elderly and just communicating with them because I admire them so much. I feel they deserve so much respect because they have formed our world to what it is today.
I am 50 years old and am alone. I have grown children that are on their own. I worked for a company for 30 years and retired . I have realized I would rather be working but, doing something I love. I worked for a home health care company when I lived in east texas and really enjoyed the visits and helping those I would be assigned to. I am open to either a live in position or a position where I come and go. Honestly whatever is needed I am available for.
I started caregiving at the age of 25 and I am now 35 and still in the home health industry. I love taking care of the elderly. I have almost 11 years experience with the elderly. I have worked with many different kinds of patients. I love that I can do the things for them that they can no longer do anymore, and just to see their smiling faces everyday when I show up to work. Knowing that I can make a change in their day to day lifes makes my heart rejoice.
i worked as a special needs caregiver for 3 and a half years. the home closed and i began looking for another job. there wasnt anything in that area available. at home health care called me and asked if i would be willing to work with the elderly. i have worked for 1 and a half years with the elderly. it has been awesome. it is hard to lose people you have been caring for. however, i am so blessed to have known them and help care for them. i am down to one client and need more work. i am looking forward to to meeting new friends. i specialize in the nastiest homes and the most difficult people. i look forward to hearing from you.
1. I have always enjoyed working with people. Healthcare is a forever growing field with many satisfactions by helping others; live life to greater potentials, restore health in times of need, aid in ADLs for better quality of life, and so many more fulfilling reasons whether by educating, assisting, or actively caring for others. 2. There is always something more to learn! The experience is very rewarding when you see the gratitude coming from those that are unable to do for themselves, even when helping with the smallest of things. 3. A personal achievement that I am proud of is continuing my education within healthcare. Having a family and working while trying to improve myself (through education) and the life of my family is very difficult at times but teaches my children to persevere, strengthens me personally, and teaches my family that work together during tough times only strengthens our bond as a family team! 4. I always seem to do things the difficult way, like going back to school 10 years after graduating and after starting a family (3 kids and spouse), but I am not one to quit or give up easily. I don't care to settle when I can improve. I want my kids to learn from my mistakes and be inspired by my achievements. Family is everything and I enjoy being a part of the lives of those I care for...they are like extended family. I truly believe in God, Karma, and the Love of Family.