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I'm an honest, empathetic, trustworthy person. I love to help make people feel better. Smiling and laughter are two of my favorite things. I'm patient and kind. I developed an exercise program at a nursing home. It was so rewarding to lead the group and see the progress some of the residents were able to make. A stroke victim was able to slowly increase her range of motion on the side that was practically paralyzed.
Hi, my name is Taylor. I'm a sophomore in college. I am outspoken, and can hold a conversation with anyone. I love being around people and helping them. Compassion is one of the best qualities I have. I serve everyone with the same compassion. I wanted to be a caregiver because selfishly its a step towards my career in nursing, but also I would want someone to take care of me the way I take care of my patients and residents. Family is my world and if I can step into a family and take a little burden off of them so they can continue to progress in their day to day activities I'm overjoyed to provide that service. The thing I enjoy most is hearing stories from the past. I am attentive and really listen. I have held 2 health care positions at OSF St. Francis in Peoria. I'm proud of my accomplishments in the hospital setting, however, I feel like its time for a change of pace.
What makes me a great care giver is my extraordinary empathy and compassion for the disabled. I took care of my grandmother during the last 4 years of her life and I am very knowledgeable about disabilities and elder care. I will be attending college in the fall for a Certified Medical Assistant program. By showing both empathy and compassion, I will let the person I am caring for know that I care about them and want to do what I can to help them. To me, patience is key in being a successful caregiver.
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.
I love working with the elderly. I find it comforting just to be able to listen to some of the stories and things that they tell me. I'm a very outgoing, loving energetic person. I love learning new things and experiences.I have a clean background and a valid drivers License with an insured car.
I am a sociable person with a natural capability of providing continuous care . Empathy is embedded in my personality, I am a good listener. Moreover, I have a track record of giving elderly and child care and immensely enjoy each moment. The primary task of caregiving is providing companionship. Also, a caregiver assists with activities of daily living such as personal hygiene, toileting assistant, feeding and changing, housekeeping, and laundry.
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.
What makes me a great care giver is that it's not just a job you come to and work and leave. These people are humans that need companionship as well as love. They are not just a human job they have a life to and they just need help and deserve someone with a kind loving heart that will become like family to them someone they can trust with their belonging and there self being. Someone who is on time, respectful and caring is the number one key. To not be lazy and just come and sit down like it's free money when these people need help caring for them selves