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Trustworthy,enthusiastic,empathetic,caregiver with 12 years experience in home health and hospice care settings.Experience with physically disabled, monitor vital signs, wound care procedures , and assisted with feeding,bathing, grooming,and household cleaning. Also administering medication and performed range of motion exercise.Looking for new opportunity and challenges.
1.i have copashion and care for the elderly and disable. i was in a horrible accident when i was younger,and i received wonderful care.time for me to pay it forward! 2. love to see people smile, and feel secure with me. 3.in my past 12 years i have achieved all of my goals.4. mother of four,my childrens father passed away fou years ago,i am trying to better my childrens life and mine.love to help people. makes me feel good to help.
Helping people makes me a great caregiver I love people I'm a people's person I am really good at what I do. What got me to be a caregiver was my grandmother my grandfather I was taking care of them when I was in high school I graduated from high school in 2005 so 2006 all the way up until they pass which was in 2013/2014 now I am just looking for someone else to take care of and help along the way if it is you please be my guest help me help you help your relatives I also love putting smiles on people's faces
I have been working with the elderly for over 20 years. With time comes experience and the understanding of how much care and compassion the elderly needs on the regular basis. I have worked with nearly all forms of disabilities that some elderly people goes through. From mental disorders, such as dementia clients to physical disorders, such as Huntington disease clients. I don't want anybody in this world to suffer but in particular, to me, the elderly are the ones who needs the most care, companionship, and assistance for the rest of their lives. I find joy and comfort in knowing that I can help senior citizens in anyway I can. I love being an aide for senior citizens. My work and dedication show's it.
I've been in the medical field as a cna for over 22 years I've worked with the elderly, young adults and children with special needs and I love what I do. I'm a very detailed person and focus on the job at hand but also I pay attention to detail , like organizing your home to fit your needs so to limit accidents, I'm very compassionate, and believe in giving my clients the best care possible,
Hi my name kendra strickland i been a caregiver for about 2 years now. What i love about working as a caregiver is that i love to make people feel imporant. The reason why i love my job so much is because i love caring for people that need me the most. I know i will do my best at the job if u give me a chance.
I had the pleasure of taking care of Mr. Willie at the age of 99 years old. He was blind, therefore, he looked forward to my visits. He would prepare his breakfast and fed him, give him a bed bath, exercise his arms and legs (he was bed ridden), wash his clothes and bed linen, read to him and later hold a conversation pertaining to the article(s) I read. I had to clean his room, walk him to various part of his apartment. (place his hand on my shoulder and lead him around). Make sure he would drink plenty of water, and give him, his medication on a daily basis.
I've been a caregiver for over 16 years now, and I love it, it has become my passion because I see so many of our elders who are not with loved ones to give them the motivation or the drive to keep going or to let them know that there's still hope. I became a caregiver when I first met my father in law in a nursing home and I told my husband that we needed to get him out of there as soon as possible because of the unlawful treatment we've encountered upon when we visited him. We then took on the responsibility of caring for him, and a few years later becoming foster parents for a family of four (my nieces and nephews) but the youngest child (boy) was sent away because his behaviors were more severe than his siblings at the time when my sister (their mom) passed away in 07; leaving us with no recognition of the children's poor behaviors and backgrounds, so I had to figure this all out on my own... how to care for my father in law and how to take care of 3 more children besides our 2 with different behaviors and backgrounds? But I pulled through it and made it happen. I graduated at the top of my classes with my Associates Degree and Bachelor's Degree In Human Services Management. And on top of all this, I was diagnosed with Severe Anxiety and Depression in 2006 after receiving custody of the children on top of losing my brother in 2001 from heart disease and my mom in 2004 from diabetes. Then in 2017, we received custody for the last child (my nephew). I didn't realize how strong of a WOMAN I was until I was able to take care of everyone in our household, make sure they graduated from high school, and I graduated from college at the tender age of 42, but Life Doesn't Stop Until You Let It And The Only Failure Is Failure Itself!
Hello, my name is marybel I'm 23 years old. I have been a care giver for 5 years and 1 year of experience with people with Alzheimer's. I am also and adult activity. I love my job I lobe helpinh the elders in any way i can. My achivemets are to one day become a nurse and help the elderly even more in many other ways.