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Everyone I come in contact with loves to talk with me! I'm a very energetic person with lots of smiles. I provide care to others when they can't help themselves. I love what I do and have a passion for what I do. I like to make a difference in other people's life. Myself I believe the love and care you give to other person represents who you are as a person. I'm very dependable and I have no problem with working a lot of hours when needed, I'm always available. As many years as I have been a nursing assistant I have never had someone say anything negative about me. My bosses have always had great things to say about me as a person and an employee as well as my co workers too. I own my own vehicle with insurance and can do anything I am asked. I have experience in hospital,nursing Home, assisted living, and home care settings. I have experience Cath removal and insert as well as oxygen tanks tubing and all equipment. I have cared for patient with diabetes and checking sugar and reminding and administrating medication to patients. I have great references and work history if needed. I'm also FIRST AID/CPR certified and I have just finished Medical Assisting classes, will be taking the state test this year as well.
1. Why did you become a caregiver? 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. 2. What do you like about being a caregiver? 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. 3. what is a personal achievement you are proud? A personal achievement that I am proud of is caring for a client who didn't have any family and couldn't care for herself and becoming a big part of her life. 4. Tell us something about yourself? I am a very hard-working young woman I love being a certified nurses assistant. I love to helping people who aren't able to help themselves as if they would like to. I am very honest, passionate and loving.
i am chelsea,a responsible caregiver with excellent communication skills demonstrated over 3 years of experience in healthcare, proficient in providing exceptional in home support to patients with wide range of disabilities,illnesses and challenges. it all begun when i volunteered to take care of my grandmother after school, before it was just taking care of her but it later became a passion. after she passed i decided to learn more about it and thats how i became a care giver.i basically love what i do . i dont see it as a job only but also as a passion. i can proudly say i have helped saved two lives on my job in my experience.i believe communication , respect, tolerance and team work is the ultimate key.i am not a caregiver who will take ur independence away from you just to rush through my job but rather i will love to work with my patient.
Hi, I am 58 years old and I'm a caring compassionate, good hearted person who enjoys helping people out with their daily needs young or old. I really enjoy what I do and meeting people. My parents raised me to be a good christian person and to help people out no matter what they needed or didn't need such as raking their yard, shoveling snow, going to the grocery store, for them, mowing their yard etc.....and my parents said never ask for money for your good nature and kindness because you are doing it all from the heart. They taught me well and I appreciate them for it.
I have been a caregiver for a little over two years now and have learned a lot. I have had experience in a nursing home, a hospital, and a group home. When I first started out I was very unsure about my job. I knew that I wanted to help people in need but didn't know if this was going to be the job for me. The longer I am in the medical field the more I love my job. I put 100% into my job and take care of my clients/residents. I am loyal, trustworthy, and very dependable. I have been raised to always treat others like you would want to be treated, respect everyone, and be kind. I remember while I was working in the nursing home I loved talking with the residents, they had a lot of cool fun stories of their lives. In all I am very compassionate about my job. At the end of the day it puts a smile on my face knowing I have made someone smile today.
I grew up with a huge family, my mother was a Foster care provider, my dad was a Chief Fireman, I am the youngest of 8children, I grew up watching my mom take care of handicapped children my entire life, I always loved seeing how happy it made her to be able to help someone, even if it were just by giving that child love, I've grown to follow her footsteps and I just love being able to help someone if I can, even if can't make them better health wise, I can help them feel better emotionally, everyone deserves the BEST CARE POSSIBLE, that's why I love doing this job! I'm experienced in all aspects of Nursing, I've done pretty much everything expected, I am Certified in Nursing, I'm in school for Phlebotomy, I worked 15yrs in Dementia Care, as well as Alzheimers. I'm very fun to be around and love the new experiences with each client.
Hello, my name is Haley Green I am 25 years young. I have been a certified CNA since 2009. I started working with geriatrics when I was 15 working as an activity aide. I enjoyed it so much and wanted to be able to do more for the residents that I ended up taking college classes my junior year of high school. The redbirds won the state while we were cheering our first year ever. I am a very upbeat outgoing person who believes that it is the patients choice and decisions. I do not force anything although I will highly encourage. I have a lot of patients and take my time. I enjoy seeing people smile and enjoy life and if I can help out at all by at least helping them have a few good days, well then it seems my job is being done correctly. I enjoy getting to know my patients the most and hearing about their lives and what they have went through. It is a very difficult job at times, however, I hold close to my heart all the people that I have lost. I am a proud CNA and would love to help your loved ones stay in the comfort of their own home.
A background on myself: I'm determined to go forward and strive for excellence. I'm a hard worker and a fast learner. I'm dependable. I get daily compliments that I do a great job on my hard work. I follow the rules and do my best at completing my job or task. I'm willing to work past the time I'm suppose to clock out to make sure I retrace my steps and make sure I completed all my duties and make sure I didn't forget anything. I worked in a fast pace and a slow pace I can manage both! You most certainly can count on me I won't let you down!! If I were to be rated how good of an employee I will make sure you get 5 stars every time. I've worked alone and I also worked with a group so I can manage either. I'm easy to get along with don't talk much or start any trouble or gossip. I'm very focus and motivated to just be a better human being. I don't never mind working I'm not a lazy person. I'm always quick on my feet. I work faster than other. When I know the routine and it's set to do daily I can get the hang of it in 3-4 days tops. I'm a quick thinker. I'm very smart and observant and considerate of others and last but not least very helpful and caring. I'm a sweetheart,and very kindhearted as well.
Hello, My name is Krystal, I'm 34 yrs old. Ive been a Geriatric Care Specialist for 13 yrs. I first became interested in CNA work when I was working in a Long Term Care Facility. Seeing the needs of people and companionship they lack made me want to help. I have experience with all types of assistance care including Ostomy, oxygen, meds,diabetes, tens units, cath care, feeding. I have worked in a memory unit in Long Term Care, I am very familiar and comfortable with the behaviors and the needs of dementia/Alzheimer's. I also assist dementia patients currently.
My name is Krystal Orris, im 34 yrs old. I have been a Geriatric care specialist for 13 yrs. I became a GCS in 2005 to help work in Geriatric Care with the hopes of one day becoming a nurse. I have lots of experience in long term care. Including hospice, home health, activities of daily living, companionship.
A caregiver isn't a job for just anyone. You have to have special characteristics to provide excellent care, I am honest, trustworthy, friendly, punctual, caring, good listener, patient and selfless. My happiness comes from helping others. As I grew up I took care of myself, as a teen I moved in with my grandparents so I could take care of them ever since then it's always been my dream to help others. Also I have worked in nursing homes and it broke my heart to see how residents are cared for. People seem happier in their own homes so if there is something I can do to help them stay in their home I will do it. Through the years I've had several clients, I have never had a client that has not liked me. I am proud to say that I have brought happiness to other people's lives and provided the best care that I could.
I like working with people. I want to help people to stay in there homes. Seeing how happy people are when I caom to see them, talking to them, making them comfortable in ther own homes. I have three daughters, all growen up. I have been a caregiver for all most 8 yr. I like taking care of people, making them happy.