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Highly dedicated to caregiving with an aim to deliver my best. Physically and mentally energetic with an ability to work under pressure. Understanding of medical terminology, sanitation practices adopted at health care, first aid and CPR and professional ethics. Medication Aide Certified and can easily manage the medications process.
Compassionate Caregiver who has considerable experience in caring for patients of all ages and with a variety of afflictions. Adept at maintaining reporting requirements delivering the highest quality care and establishing good rapport with clients. Specializes in elderly care and long-term care arrangements.I am friendly and like to bond with my clients.
I've been in the medical field for over 25 yrs, I have been a nurse assistant for 27 years and Medication Aide for 20 years and a medical assistant for 16 years and have always enjoyed working and helping the elderly, what I am most proud of I've been continuing my education. I also put two daughters though college.what I like most about being a care giver is to know I can make a difference in that person life,and knowing that I can give them hope and encouragement.
I love caring for others, I have been told that I am a very patient and caring. I believe you should treat others with respect and compassion no matter with their physical or mental state may be. I have always been a caregiver starting with babysitting. I'm known in my family as the baby whisper. I enjoy knowing that I was able to help someone that needed help, but helping them in a way that still gives them their independence. I am proud that I can help someone accomplish a small task like brushing their teeth themselves or being able to use a walker instead of a wheelchair to take a few steps. Seeing someone feel they have the confidence to do something that seems so simple makes me feel like I have helped with personal achievements everyday.
Greetings, I've discovered that regardless of someones health conduction or disability everyone deserves a quality life and to be happy, thats way I became a "compassionate caregiver" it is so important to provide compassionate care to thoughes that need caring for. One of my good friends was in a car accident that left him as a Quadriplegic, now him being such a young man he became very depress with life and I had a problem with that so I decided to learn how to care for him, and I did just that, so I could be of help to my friend and that he could have a quality life. So I took a course of action and learned how to transfer Quadriplegic patients now I could transfer him from his wheel chair to the my car and him from the car to his wheelchair the correct way, that alowed us to go places and do things that he liked doing. Then he began to stop looking at his self deficiencies but started making planes to do things and to love life so he started visiting places and he really enjoyed are times together and it was just like old times. That is how I got started caring for people.
I absolutely love being a caregiver. I consider myself a very compassionate person and put my whole heart into caregiving. I have a variety of experience of over 22 years which gives me the versatility to be able to handle anything. I am very passionate about a clients rights and ensuring that they are treated with love and respect and making every day be the best that it can be.
caring for others and what attracted me to come into this field when I start taking care my grandma for years .I did all her daily care,give meds,take her to all doctor appointment, that when my grandma told me God call me to help others people's.That when I became a C.N.A and then got my L.P.N.Over 30 yrs.
I have been a caregiver for eight years. I love taking care of others especially seniors, I like talking to them because they have seen it all. I took care of my grandmother when she was alive for 3 years. I prepared her meal, did her laundry, took her to her doctor's appointment, and bathed her every other day. I'm well detail oriented person. Thanks
Empathy...I am able to cultivate closer bond by sharing happiness or the sadness of the senior I care for. Patient..I am very patient and I allow the senior am taking care of to move at their own pace and not make them feel rushed.. Dependable and honest... i work with great deal of independence...I'm always on time and prepared to perform required duties in the absence of continuous supervision. Compassionate...I possess a powerful desire to help others especially seniors ...they are inviting and available even if all they do is listen and provide companionship.
My major objective for becoming a caregiver is to make a difference in people's lives. People need a doctor to diagnose and treat their diseases and ailments, they need a nurse to administer medication and treatment when they are sick. However, at all times they need a caregiver to listen to them, attend to their everyday needs and treat them with compassion. That is where I come in. What I like about being a caregiver is that it affords me the opportunity to use what I have, the skill, knowledge, experience coupled with love, honesty and integrity to help people in need. One personal achievement I am proud of is the completion of the NRCPT Phlebotomy Technician's certificate and yet, rather than sit down to do venipuncture, I chose to do what I like most--care for people. I have worked in various aspects of the healthcare system. Overseas, I worked as pharmacy technician, medical assistant and nursing assistant for eight years. Here in the United States I have taken care of different kinds of patients especially the geriatric population and those with Alzheimer's disease as a professional certified by the Alzheimer's Foundation of America. I am very reliable, dependable and both a team player and team leader. I do my job with integrity and honesty. Moreover, I take the job personal in that I view the patient as if he/she was my father/grandfather, mother/grandmother, uncle/aunty.
I've been in the healthcare field for almost 10yrs. My motto is to be the caregiver that I want in the future. I've worked in many nursing homes, assisted living and memory care facilities. When I worked at autumn Leaves as a CNA, I was offered the position as a Life Engagement Specialist. Within my new position, my role included conducting activities and exercises. When I started the exercise routine, I made some changes to make it more fun for everyone. Within 3months, it went from 20% participation to 60%. I've worked with all type of patients and residents and also understand that this change is not only on the client but also effects the family members as well. My goal is to pay it forward for those who are in need.
Hazel Jenkins To Whom It May Concern: I am a CNA/ Caregiver, I have 8 years of experience I am a very caring and giving person with a heart full of understand and compassion. I have worked with many of ours seniors over the years, from Alzheimer to broken hips, strokes, Parkinson’s and with total care clients. Even with seniors that just need more help with day to day activities. I do lite housekeeping with cooking(Healthy meal planning), medications and reminders, doctor visits(giving detail reports), showers, bed baths, dressing, feeding(also tube feeding). I give comfort and reassure to my clients to insure their well-being. I am a kind, patient, honorable, dependable person, and also a very caution driver. I take very good care of my clients to the best of my availability. My goal is to give both family and client peace of mind, so that they (family and client), never have to worry about the quality care that is being given. I look forward to hearing from you Thank you,