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Hi, my name is Reese! I'm 17 years old and currently finishing out my last year of high school. I do the co-op program where I go to school and work every other day as a CNA. I work as a CNA at 2 places in Chillicothe. I love my job because i get to make a difference in someone's life every single day. I know everything you do matters in the residents point of view so I try to keep a positive attitude through everything. I love being able to make lasting impressions on the people I get to care for.
I am a very outgoing person and absolutely loved caregiving. I got into caregiving because I love helping people and Love to talk to the elderly. I was caregiver of the month for the month of June 2017 because I always went above and beyond what was expected of me by filling in for other caregivers on short notice. I always formed a bond with my clients and treated them like family.
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.
My name is Morgan. I am a CNA and have years experience with home healthcare, long term care, and the hospital setting. I am a dedicated and compassionate individual who strives to provide the best care I possibly can to residents or patients. I believe that my patient care skills make me a natural fit for this position. I have experience performing Nursing Assistant duties, including feeding, grooming and bathing patients while helping them with their other basic care needs. I assist the nurses with their daily duties when needed. My compassion for patients, along with my ability to communicate well with them, has always made me an asset in the workplace. I feel that my patient-driven approach, CNA skills and desire to learn new residents and or patients makes me a great caregiver/cna. I love connecting with the ones I care for, building a bond with means so much to me. I'm all about residents rights and how they will always come first. I became a cna as majority of my family is the medical field so it grew on me. I will be going back to school to finish the nursing program. This isn't a paycheck for me, this is truly where my heart is. Nothing makes my day better than knowing I did my job, I gave the best care I could give before their last breath, before the are sent home, or just at the end of the shift.
I became a caregiver because I love helping others, I have taken care of my grandmother for many years and I have a passion doing so. I love the fact that I am helping people that is why I love being a caregiver. I am proud that I am able to be there to help someone in need, I am able to help someone with the talent god has blessed me with. I love helping others, I am a people person and I enjoy what I do dearly.
What attracted me is that I enjoy taking care of residents, knowing I cam help put a smile on their face & make sure they are happy & comfortable! What I most enjoy is all the stories they tell me! I am a greaf caregiver because I always make sure things are done how they are wanted per residents & also make sure they are happy & relaxed! I am a mother myself & very proud of it! I would like to move up in the medical field to tend to my family!
A hard working and dedicated individual with an optimum commitment rate even under the most immense pressure alongside a mature attitude. I possess excellent communication and people skills gained through my time of working 'face to face' in a customer driven environment. I am at present seeking a new role that will encompass my skills and knowledge as well as provide me with a development path both personally and professionally.
The reason I became a caregiver is that I love taking care of people. I want to make sure that they are well taking care of. What I like being about a caregiver is seeing other getting better or make their life as comfortable as possible. The most personal achievement that I am proud of is becoming a CNA, that way I was able to take of the elderly. I enjoy doing outdoors stuff and doing family activities. I'm a very compassionate person towards others.
I became a caregiver because I like to help others that may be unable to perform their daily routines. I enjoy meeting new people, and enjoy seeing them smile, or have a positive comment. I am reliable, trusting, compassionate, experienced, and enjoy being a caregive. I have been a private caregiver for over 6 years. I have experience in most needs of care. Most importantly, must meet the clients needs.
I became a caregiver because I like taking care of others. The thing I like about being a caregiver, is the relationships that I have gotten from the people I have taken care of. My personal achievement that I am proud of is that I am currently enrolled in the LPN program and that I have gotten my CNA. I am a very hard worker and I enjoy taking care of others.
I became a great caregiver when I cared for my mom for 8yrs. I learned a great deal about personal care, and the doctors and nurses were so amazed at the care I had given her I was motivated to care for other in need. What attracted me to become a caregiver was after caring for my mom, I felt it was a calling. A personal achievement of my mine was caring for my mom and still today the care I give to others.
Being a caregiver is such an honor it's all about putting away your needs to assist others. Knowing that a smile on your face can bring joy and happiness to someone else is priceless. The moments when you can reflect back and see how you have helped someone is what caregiving is all about. Being a caregiver is more than a paycheck it's what I LOVE DOING [?]