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I live in West Seattle, have six years of experience helping people restore their lives back to normalcy, and making sure the patient is in a comfortable and safe environment. Work closely with patients, care plan teams, and family members to ensure goals are met. My professional skills include : Med-Tec Delegation CPR / First Aid Certified Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) State Certificated Medical Administrative Assistant Certificate Able to work with diverse backgrounds, cultures and environments Work compassionately with Hospice patients, and people with disabilities TPR, BP Administered requested medications to patients, under RN's permission (Morphine and other narcotic medications assigned) I love the rewards of helping others, and providing a wide variety of care as they are moving through their recovery process, and getting back to their normal way a life.
Am compassionate, caring, honest caregiver who enjoy helping other people in the society. What attracted me to be a caregiver was that; My father suffered spinal injuries after a road accident, so i worked along with my mother in helping him recuperate. The joy i saw in his eyes every time I helped him made me realize this was something i was meant to be doing for the rest of my life. I love making a difference in peoples lives.Each thank you and smile motivates me to continue doing what i do best; helping others have a fulfilling life. Am proud that through my help other people can have a smile.
I first realized my calling was to be in healthcare after my daughter was born and diagnosed w a rare genetic disorder. Going through many healthcare providers and tests was a nightmare- then we stumbled across 1 who changed everything and was an emence blessing. That's when I decided I wanted to be that ray of light for someone. So I went to school to become a medical assistant but the long hours required werent allowing me to be a mom to my young "special needs" child. I have been my daughters caregiver and she is now 12 and in middle school with a "one on one" aide w her at school. The last 3 years I have helped my grandpa cook, clean, bath, transportation and kept a calendar for him w reminders of what he needs to do. Since my grandma passed he has needed more help. He now has a live in aide and I still visit but he doesn't need me as he did before.