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I genuinely care about others, no matter the age. Outside of my wishes of being a medical assistant, I wanted to be a caregiver because I would have one-on-one time with the person. This desire of mine grew as I started working for Clark Lindsey. As a waitress, I get to know the residents to an extent. The reason I joined Synergy (home health care), was to be a companion to residents that may not have that or any type of care as they used to. Knowing that they don't get to see their loved ones as much as they want to, I feel even closer to them because I feel like I can be that person for them-someone who is close to them, cares for them, provides safety, and to really listen and have interest in them. For the client that I currently have as well as others in the past, I learn a lot of life experiences from them and I love to see their eyes light up when they tell me parts of their past as if they are reliving it again and again. Lastly, my personal achievements that I'm proud of happens at Clark Lindsey and with a client I used to have. At Clark Lindsey, when residents would come up to me (when I'm working, or just visiting) telling me that they always enjoy seeing me, always makes my day. Also, recently with a client, I aided in the recovery of one walking again. Even though, I don't see him anymore, I'm happy that he is with his wife and truly happy.
Iam very kind,polite gentle love to take care people and the elderly. Understand Physiological and psychological processes and have knowledge about Disease , Nursing care. Specialist Urology and ENT system. Used to be RN-nurse in Thailand 25 years Experience In USA. : currently work at home care Dementia person work at home care Parkinson's person and currently work (past time) at weekends stay over night
I HAVE OVER THIRTY YEARS OF EXPERIENCE IN CNA, IN HOSPITALS, HOSPICE, NURSING HOMES AND PRIVATE HOMECARE. I HAVE CURRENT CERTIFIATES IN ALZHEIMER'S, CPR AND MORE. I ALSO HAVE LETTERS OF APPRECIATIATION AND MANY REFEREENCES. I LOVE WHAT I DO AND DO WHAT I LOVE. THE UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS COLLEGE OF MEDICINE WROTE AN ARTICLE ON MY LIFE STORY AND I WAS PRESENTED A CERTICIFATE FROM THEM BASED ON MY LIFE'S WORK. I love being a caregiver because,careing for other and helping someone every day is a very important part of my life. I try every day to do my help to others in some way,that is why I be came a caregiver. I m honesty,truthful, trustworthy,dependable and have a lot of love to give.
I am a 22 year old nursing student who is in her last semester of nursing school. Looking to make a little extra money while also helping a family out. I am caring, reliable, and energetic. I love helping people which is why nursing is for me. I am proud of how well I am doing in my nursing program as I am the student government president and I was able to partake in the accelerated BSN nursing course.
I love helping others who need a little or a lot of assistance. I enjoy the happiness I see in the person's face when someone is willing to do something for them. I have a huge heart and compassionate one. I wanted to help people as much as I could after taking care of my mother after she had 2 strokes. I would do this out of pure love for her and would do the same for anyone else who needed it. I would hope that if I was to someday need any assistance , someone with a loving heart and compassion would do the same for me.
I have over 20 years of experience in the caregiving field, both live in and live out situations. I am highly skilled in grooming toileting bathing dressing and transferring of elderly. I am well versed in assisting clients with activities of daily living and I have demonstrated ability to record and report changes in residents eating habits to supervisor or family. I have a valid drivers license ,reliable transportation and a clean driving record. If you are in need of a compassionate caregiver I would be honored to assist.
What makes me a great care giver is that I really care for the person that I am taking care of. I love what I do. I became a CNA because I wanted to take care of my grandmother and that's how I got into the business of becoming a CNA I had been doing CNA work for 15 years and I have been a dialysis tech for 3 years but I still work as a care giver.
I volunteered at Union Hospital for three summers before obtaining my CNA licenses in 2013. My grandmother had a double hip replacement and needed assistance with getting out of bed and just everyday life for several weeks. I took care of her and it opened my mind and heart to caring for others. I have been a CNA for 6 years and I learn more about it all the time of what it takes, how I can impact someones life. I enjoy making others smile when they do not feel like they can go on anymore. I have strong shoulders for family members to cry on and they have several times when a loved one passes.