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I am good at my job.. It shows in the care I provide for the patient, and how they interact and respond to me as well. I love helping people in anyway I can. God has placed a genuine desire in me; it does my heart good to know that the care given is making a difference in someone's life. Knowing that someone has a need and you have the ability as well as the skills to help them is awesome to me. I'm proud of being able to put a smile on someone's face, I'm proud of helping someone wether it's helping them feel better about themselves like assisting with: walking, going to the bathroom, bathing, or just having a ear to listen. I consider all of these things to be personal achievements.
I feel my attitude makes me a great Caregiver. I'm very outgoing, a good listener also conversationist but not overly talkative. I like being a Caregiver because I am a very caring, loving person and enjoy helping people. Also the achievement I am proud of is that people I am in the company of enjoy me because I focus my attention directly on them.
There's nothing like the smile on the face of our elderly ones when they know you really care about them. That's my goal. I really enjoy personal home care since I know my clients are getting all the care and attention they need and deserve. I understand how dementia and Alzheimer's changes a person's personality and attitude and I have all the patience needed to work with these ones. I've always managed to get even the advanced patients to do what's need. A little kindness and distraction goes a long way. I hope I can help someone else smile again
I take my job seriously and go above and beyond, I love the elderly especially I learn from their wisdom, I have a history of family members that are nurses, I like giving one on one time and my most highest achievement is adding being a phlebotomist to my resume. I'm dependable and flexible, I cook clean bathe meds laundry yard work doctors appt vitals and so much more. I like being a part of the extended family of my patient. Been a cna for 3 decades and I love my career. I have references. I have current cpr ppd test, background check, drug test, I have a current cna license. I have no children and 5 dogs!
To be a caregiver means that you understand good health, treatment, respect, and affection. I believe I received my caring abilities from my parents, and grandparents. I believe I was blessed and very fortunate to be raised and shown how to respect my peers, and elders as well. Respect their views, opinions, and accepting them knowing that everyone is different. Being taught how to love or give care to someone was easy for me. Now I am doing what i've essentially always known to do. It's in my blood!
I have been a CNA since 2013 and also carry my CPR certification. I work in homes and Facilities to take care of patients. I have many references and currently have patience in their homes that I assist with their daily needs doctors appointments errands and anything else they are in need of assistance with. I absolutely love what I do and to make people smile. I havr a valid drivers liscense and my own transportation
Hi! My name is Jeannie and I'm 34yrs old. I've been a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Registered Medication Aide (RMA) for 10yrs. I grew up with my grandparents all my life and as they grew older, health problems slowly arose and I started assisting them more and more and fell into a caregiving role at a young age. My grandmother has COPD, HTN, DM, Anxiety, Neuropathy and Arthritis. My grandfather has dementia, vertigo and stage 3 renal failure. I am Now his caretaker at home, he's on hospice. I've worked in home care and assisted living care. I'm a very compassionate, caring person whose always loved helping others and knew this was my calling. I am now also looking into furthering my education and career and signing up for nursing school.
I have been a caregiver for 4 years. I have experience in home Health, rehabilitation, and mental health. I choose to become a caregiver because I enjoy helping others and being around people. I'm very patience and like to get to know my clients. I go above and beyond to give clients the best quality of care. I take care of their physical needs but also their emotional needs. I provide excellent companionship, through conversation, cooking, crafts or whatever is on the daily agenda. I attend trainings and refresher courses to make sure my skills are updated. I have additional training in medication administration, CPR/AED, EKG, and behavioral health. I look forward to meeting with you and your love one.
A list of thing i Do to be a great caregiver • Help clients or residents with the Activities of Daily Living • Performs personal care activities that help the client; such as personal hygiene, ambulation, eating, dressing and shaving • Talk and give company to clients and participate in resident activities • Provide clients or residents with transfers and assist moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs or cars • Change bed linens, clean and iron residents’ laundry and assist keep residents’ room, cabinet, and dresser drawers neat and clean • Provide scheduled care, and personal care; for example, bathing, dressing and feeding • Maintain a specialized approach to responsibilities such as uniform, start times and absenteeism • Take vital signs • Take part in maintaining a pleasant work environment • Help with elderly or client’s room, resident bathroom, and common area sanitation and housekeeping duties • Implement and support resident care-plan
I am the caregiver who is just like family. My own middle sister is disabled and can attest I have spent a lifetime assisting and helping her maintain her own sense of independance and quality of life. Everyone deserves love, compassion, and respect. The best part of my life is helping you enjoy yours!