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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.
I love to help people and to where they still feel they have their independence. I'm loving and somewhat sift spoken, but am able to raise voice if needed. I'm very kind hearted. I became a caregiver, because ever sense I was 12 years old that's all I could see myself wanting to do in my life is help others. What I enjoy most about caregiving is getting to know them and becoming friends with them and being able to be that helping hand that they can trust and feel comfortable with.
I have been in health care most of my life .I enjoy helping people and doing things to make it easy for them to stay home. I have done in home personal care , as a CNA for 8 years. And also home care for 3 years. I take care of my mother that dementia. I have a lot of experience in all aspects of aging and diseases
Hello! My name is MaKenna and I would love to help you in taking care of your loved one. I take great pride in my hard work to make sure the resident under my care is not only healthy, but happy and content. My favorite thing about being a caregiver is making sure your loved one always has a shoulder to lean on, and seeing their smiling face. Caregiving is never a job to me, it is always a wonderful experience!
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.
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
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.