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I have a compassionate spirit, treating people with dignity and respect is a must. I found out that i had a passion for helping people by caring for my bedridden mon til she passed. My gift is fibdibg ways to help someone ebjoy a better quality of life. I hope to one day own my own elder care unit.
Hello my name is Natyia Shawnta Smith or some people call me Ty because it easier to say and to remember. I am mom of two a boy and girl which are 8 and 4. Why did you become a Caregiver? I love helping people What do you like about being a Caregiver? That I'm making peoples day and help them What is a personal achievement you are proud of? being a mom and working full time Tell us something about yourself. I love helping people and I love my family. i'm also great at what I do.
My name is Maria Ecleo a Filipino caregiver. I am licensed, took my licensure here in Virginia State. With 7 years working experience in this field. I provide companionship, transferring, bathing, grooming, meal preparation, medicine management, light housekeeping, drive to doctors appointment and more. I demand $20 per hour for I know more skills than the other. Message me if you comply on my application.
I enjoy the most about giving the client one on one care! Providing services to meet their needs and make them as comfortable and happy as possible! Reassuring the client that I'm here to help you and provide a fun and welcoming personality. I have 19 years of experience in the medical field and work with clients in their home, nursing home and hospital setting.
I became a caregiver, because I always wonted to help people. The most gratifying feeling to me is the helping someone that can't do for themselves, and to feel appreciated. My grandmother passed when I as 18 and I loved her dearly, I have always had a soft spot for the elderly and handicapped. This is my way of giving back. my personal achievement is getting my CNA, phlebotomy training, and CPR. I have a lot of experience in the medical field, I have worked in Rehabs ,surgery centers, hospitals, and private duty. have over 19yrs. experience.
I'm a great caregiver because I'm compassionate about helping the elderly and disabled to have a better quality of life .Knowing that growing older for some can be challenge but having someone to help you get through those diffulcult times by making day to day life easier can make a big difference.It gives me joy to be a part of making someones life better.
I have been a CNA for 25yrs and I am very passionate about the care that I give to others. I became a CNA in 1989 and I have worked in most areas of elderly care. I am very outgoing and I love to bring comfort and care to my clients as well to the whole family. Working in hospice care is just one of my personal achievement, it gave me a all round perspective on life in all ages. It was truly a blessing to be able to comfort people in there last stages of life.
A great caregiver is someone who is kind, compassionate, and loving by nature. A generous, sensitive spirit can't be taught only given by the Creator Himself. Caregiving found me. The elderly, children, and animals bring joy to my heart. If I can bring a little peace and comfort into the life of another person I feel I've done what the Master called me to do. My career as a caregiver began by working in a nursing home facility over a year ago. I worked with respiratory patients, wound care patients, dementia patients, HIV patients, hospice patients, Alzheimer patients, and handicapped patients who had all of their faculties but because of missing limbs were unable to stay at home. I learned to give very basic to advanced care. While the level of care changed the one thing that remained constant was the need for a kind word. I was often asked to go into a room and communicate with a difficult patient because there was something about my calm voice and gentle nature that turned every tide into smooth sailing. I left the facility because it was heartbreaking. It should have been a place where every worker enjoyed working there. Instead finding someone who enjoyed their work was a rarity. I believe private duty will be much more fulfilling.
I love providing home caregiving services to those that would otherwise not be able to do so. 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. Meeting new people and providing caregiving services that they can no longer do for themselves. I enjoy the opportunity to impact clients’ lives and make a difference to them. I appreciate the chance to get to know clients and their families and become an integral part of their lives. 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. I am proud that I am following the footsteps of my grandmother who was a former caregiver as well.