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My intense caregiven started with the care of my grandmother. She had a terminal illness which I cared for her untill the lord took her from us. My grandmother was the world to me. I became a medical Assistant to love and care for people just like i cared for my grandmother. I like knowing that the people i care for are being treated well & with respect. I like to consider them like family. I love knowing i can make a difference. Im also a CNA now hoping to help more people.
To whom it may concern, my name is Angela Montemayor and I am a Health Care Proffesional. My professional experience has provided me with a strong expertise in: • Personal care assistance; bathing, dressing and grooming • Meal preparation and eating assistance • Companionship and discussion • Medication management • Light housekeeping • General help to elderly and disabled • Running household tasks • Engaging clients in activates such as games, book readings, and light exercise I enjoy working with the clients of all ages and socio-economic backgrounds and have a demonstrated ability to develop great relationship with them and their families. Moreover, I am trustworthy and responsible person who take great pleasure in all kinds of caregiving tasks. Besides, I am dedicated to work hard and always accept challenges to produce winning outcomes. Over and above, I am an active team player who is able to work effectively and well under stress.
I love to help people I treat people like they're my family members I treat them the way I would want to be treated and that's withlove and respect I've been a CNA over 20 years I also have medical assistant experience I also have dialysis experience I have worked in nursing homes also clinics and also at the homeless shelter I am a hard worker and I am a loving person and I love taking care of people
1. My attention to the well being and comfort of the patient. 2. I want to bring joy, satisfaction, comfort and professionalism to the patient and their family. 3. Seeing the relief and comfort through my patients by giving the best care that I'm able to provide. 4. Being able to attend and get certified as a medical assistant and to be able to provide my experience and medical skills to people that are in need of a good and kind provider.
I think I'd make a great caregiver I love building relationships with other I communicate very well with others. I have an easy going personality I get along very well with anyone. I'd like to become a caregiver more because it's personal to me that elders are taken care of if I could go back I would of spent all day and night with my grandpa but I was to young to understand what I needed to do for him. I like knowing that I could put a smile on anyone's face if I was a caregiver I could lighten up the mood in any given situation. The one thing I'm very proud about myself is knowing I got pregnant my senior year in highschool but it did not stop me I graduated. I went to college for medical assisting I finished college and the whole entire time I was working and taking care of my daughter.
What makes me a great caregiver is that I can relate to being the patient. I have been a patient as well and would like to be treated with dignity, respect and have the best health care for myself. The support from Family, Friends and the Professionals make a big difference in a client's recovery. I became a caregiver because I believe that a person should first be educated, and have access to the best healthcare available for a better quality of life. Our families loved ones are our greatest assets and we need to cherish our time with them. My experience as a caregiver has taught me that not only is the patient cared for but the entire Family must be part of the healing process as well. I think that a good healthcare provided can bring security and peace of mind to the Family and the patient. They will be reassured that their loved one will be safe and will receive the best care possible from a qualified caregiver. I have reliable transportation and have 10+ years experience working with geriatric patients that have special needs in their own homes. I enjoy sucessfully meeting the patient's healthcare goals and the needs of their immediate family. I am CPR Certified as well as a Certified Medical Assistant since 1994. I would appreciate the opportunity to meet with you to discuss your loved one's needs. Sincerely, Kathryn M. Howard
I've raised my children and this is what's made me a great caregiver. When I had them I knew what love, patience, compassion, and being kind really meant. I have a heart to assist, provide and give my client any help in keeping their home clean and safe. I will be there to provide a nice warm meal, read to you & keep you company. We can take daily walks and enjoy the fresh air. I have the time to be there, to give.
I have volunteered my time before to care for cancer patients in Hospice, and I really enjoy being able to make a positive influence in other people's lives. I am CPR certified as well as AED trained. A I am also fluent in English, Spanish and even some French. I believe that my compassionate personality along with my patience will make me the perfect candidate for this position.
I am a loving person and that makes me a great caregiver. I care about people's happiness and well-being. What got me started in this career is that my elderly grandmother and aunt needed care. I recognized that the people who worked for them were only there for a paycheck and didn't genuinely care. I worked for them and did all that was expected and more. That is what I will do for your loved one. *Also cared for an elderly family friend for 3 years.
I became a caregiver because i enjoy caring for the elderly and given them companionship, as well as enjoying listening to their lifetime stories. I am proud to accomplish my med aide certification and finally being able to get back in school. I am highly energetic person and always having a smile on my face whether im having a bad day or not.
I always give 100% and do the best job I can, with no exceptions or excuses. I also try to bring a sense of humor to my work. If I can add a smile or laugh to a client’s day, that means a lot to me. It is important to laugh. One of the best qualities as a caregiver is my ability to be empathic. I understand that my client may feel vulnerable, scared, confused and uncomfortable, and being able to identify and allay these fears can create a sense of calm and trust for those being cared for.