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I enjoy helping and taking care of people who need it. I love listening to the wisdom of my elders! I also just love bringing happiness and some sunshine into someone's life! I have been a Medical Assistant for 28 years, for 18 of those years I worked in 2 different Urology offices, 5 working in an ENT and Allergy office. I am currently working in a Family Practice office. I have enjoyed working in each office and established a great rapport with the majority of the patients I have encountered, as well as there respect and gratitude. I also worked in Home Health for a brief period. One of my clients hired me to continue taking care of her mother, which was extremely gratifying to know she was so pleased with the care I provided and trusted me to continue taking care of her mother.
What I like about being a Caregiver is the diversity of my clients, everyone has a different story and background. I love to listen about their lives, accomplishments, family and loved ones. It's like watching a Classic tale of another time and these stories become part of my life, parts not to be forgotten. I love to put not only my heart into my work, but my sensitivity, compassion, laughter,attentiveness and honest character as well. I have worked with some challenging cases like Alzheimer's, Cancer patient's, Stroke patient's and other types of illnesses. I am thankful for the opportunity to have worked with and known my patient's, not just as patient's, but we became friends as well, and I was there when they needed me. I have been a CNA/Home Health Aid for several years, currently my license is inactive, but I still retain all the skills necessary to perform an outstanding job for you. I love to be a Caregiver and am thankful The Lord allowed such experiences in my life. I am also thankful that you have the chance to know alittle about myself now, and I'd like you to feel assured that I will do my upmost in all aspects of your care. As a caregiver, I do care about you, and want much happiness for you with an enriched quality of life. I thank you for your consideration, and I hope to hear from you soon, have a wonderful and blessed day.
I am a wife, mother of 4, and registered nurse. I substitute nurse in an area private school. My belief is that I would make a terrific senior care giver as I have a dear love of elderly people . I would be most interested in daytime care that might include walking, driving to appts, shopping with or for and meal preparation as well . Pets are no problem. Limited to daytime and early eve on a part time basis.
LTo tell you a little bit about myself, I am 30 yrs old, graduated in the Philippines with Bachelor in Science in Nursing also an RN there then migrated here in US last Oct. 2009 as a permanent resident.I am currently working for a diabetic client (I do give her insulin shots) in Beverly Hills and would love to find a job closer to where I live (Camarillo) as I am now a new mom to an almost 6 month old precious baby girl. Before this job, I did hospice care assignment in Oxnard, my client died from liver cirrhosis. I also have worked for a client Westlake Village who died in Brain Cancer. I have also worked for 2 clients in Camarillo. In Virginia, I have worked in 2 different assisted living facilities in memory care units which specializes in Alzheimer's/dementia clients. I have also worked in private home care for clients with Alzhiemer's, bed bound, with mobility problems, stroke,diabetes etc. Aside from patient care, I been administering meds to clients. I am a board certified medication aide there, since in Virginia, it is required to be certified before staff could administer meds. Before, I left Virginia, I worked for the City of Virginia Beach on their intermediate care facility for clients with intellectual disabilities, I did patient care and administration of meds, documentation as well as going on their outings. I have experienced giving meds orally, through G-tubes, as well as G-tube feeding and even insulin administration. Also, experienced in getting vital signs and blood sugar level. I would love to take care of your loved ones if given the chance. My client's well being is my utmost concern and taking care of my clients is my passion. My number is 7 5 7 - 7 5 3 - 2 8 4 1. Have a day and hope to hear from you soon. Respectfully, Mavel Jagow
Hi, my name is Lynette. I'm a very nurturing and passionate caregiver of 14 years. PCA certified since 2005, Medication Technician certification since 2015, and CPR/ First Aid certified. I became interested in the healthcare field during my teenage years assisting my aunt with her patients. My most enjoyable moments of caregiving is being able to assist with daily living by giving the client as much independence as possible. Watching the excitement on their faces as they accomplish different tasks is so liberating. Most greatest achievement I'm proud of would be my capabilities and willingness to help service people with healthcare needs.
I am an exceptional and compassionate caregiver with 3 years and 6 months of wonderful experience in geriatric care within homes and assisted living environments. Recognized for ability to monitor and provide emotional and physical support to patients and staff. Possess cultural sensitivity to deal with cultural diversity, and I find joy and fulfillment in being able to help others live their lives.
My willingness and my passionate for this career makes me an amazing caregiver. I choose this career because as I child I would watch my mom take career of my grand parents and I would always be amuse. I get to love it and from that I had a passion for helping others and start focusing on a career in the caregiver field. I Love the caregiver field because taking care of people motivates and makes me happy, when I'm taking care of people it don't feel like work.
I have been in home health for the last 26 years, I take my work very serious ive worked with many types of people with just about any type of disability , Alzheimer's, dementia, paraplegic, brain injury , bed bound, I've done live in the past 10 years, my main goal is to give the patient the best quality of life they deserve. To redirect from being sad to happy, to interact with them , take the. Out into the community, or even for a nice walk outside, or a park. I always stay up to date on all my i services pertaining to my job. I'm very passionate about my working with people. From all walks of life...
Well I have been doing this for over fifteen years I started when my mom got sick with cancer an we cared for her at home they trained me at the hospital before she came home to suction her she had a traike in her throat an I have a set Autistic twins of my own so I love care for people who can do for them selves it is my passion carrying for other
Being a single mother of two I did what I had to to raise my girls. Managing a restaurant was hard work and long hours. I didn't start doing what I wanted to until after they had left home. I've always felt a need to help others, even when I couldn't help myself . I'm compassionate , caring, patient, empathetic, and understanding of how certain diseases affect the patient. Not all stroke victims, Alzheimer's or disabled patients are the same. I work with people based on their personality and their specific needs. I was raised to treat people like I want to be treated and that's how I try to live my life
My "first career" consisted in working for the government for 18 years as a contacting officer, which I retired from in 2005. This did not fulfill my needs and passion to be in the healthcare community, which I always secretly longed to do. I pursued a education as a certified nursing assistant and have been in the healthcare field for 7 yrs. I especially love the diversity of taking care of all my patients. I am a great listener and have the passion and determination to treat everyone equally. I have a lot of patience and empathy and try to make all my patients as comfortable as possible. I will treat your loved ones as I would treat my own family. There is no other field of work that makes me feel as whole of a person as healthcare. I especially love to take care of the elderly, as they have so many interesting stories to tell of their lives. I have experience as a certified nursing assistant and a medical assistant., CPR qualified. There is no better feeling than being able to help someone and to make their day a little brighter.