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The personal traits or expertise that makes me a great care giver is that I am a very loving, caring,patient,humble and apasionante person who feels great helping others. I always have been in a Health field do to my love for helping people and also had a disable mom who I take care for a long time wish makes me love to care for other patients even more. I really love to be there and be the suport por this patients, I love to make them smile and make them feel a little more positive about themselves. I love to be their right hand when they need help. It really makes me happy to spend time with them and make them feel like some one cares for them and love them. The personal achivement I am proud of is that I have the love of all my patients. My patients love me and i love them.
I am a great caregiver because I love what I do. I love working and caring for people who need help. I have a great bedside manner and I am a hard worker. I became a caregiver because I want to be a nurse someday and I have learned a lot about how they work through watching them while being a caregiver and it's just a very rewarding job. What I like about being a caregiver is making people feel better and seeing the smile on their faces when they smile at me and knowing that I'm the reason why they're smiling and I love hearing the compliments they give me and knowing that they appreciate me. A personal achievement I am proud of is becoming a CNA so I can do the work I do.
I became a Caregiver because I love taking care of the elderly. I treat my patients as I would want my grandmother treated and that's very well. I like being a caregiver because you are helping someone who can no longer help themselves. They can make your day just by saying thank you and I have a lot of compassion for the elderly. A personal achievement that I was proud of was working with physical therapy with their Restorative Program, or when a resident was losing weight and I made sure she ate to put those pounds back on she had lost.
1: The reason why I would like to become a caregiver is I love helping people and solving peoples problems. 2: I like being there when people need me or want someone to help them. 3: I have always liked learning new thing and I also got my gold award in girl scouts. 4: I have my Associate's in medical assistant in 2010 from Bryant and Stratton. I also go my personal care aide certificate in may this year.
I'm a mother of a 13,12,3,&11 month old! I have been caring for these babies since birth,therefore I can say I have roughly 14 years experience of care giving! I've chosen to be a care giver because that's what my heart desires. I love be able to help others and being there for people. I love people and they love me back!
Why did I become a care giver? In 2003 I started working in an Assisted Living part time where I was trained in medication management and went to a training course on Alzheimer's. When I retired from the Federal Government I started working at places like Senior Corp and Visiting Angels. I decided to go private and my first case was hospice and my last case was care giving and hospice. What attracted me to care giving is my compassion, empathy, and the love of taking care of someone who needs my help. I am friendly, happy-go-lucky and full of life. I believe God led me to taking care of seniors and I have been doing this work over 10 years. What makes me a great caregiver is taking my job seriously, being on time, and doing schedules for all the caregivers, making sure the client does not run out of supplies and make sure my client is comfortable and happy at all times. A personal achievement I am proud is I was in the Newsletter at Visiting Angel where I received 10 because my client's son gave me a week off with pay around the holidays. This has never happened to any other caregiver at Visiting Angels. I am proud to go from caregiver to hospice because I want to make sure my client is comfortable and not in pain before passing.