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Hello! My name is Taylor Martin and I[?] am in beauty school and graduate in January I[?] would love to use my spare time to not only make some extra money for school but to also help a family take care of their over one I've grown up around this profession and I[?] love everything about it I[?] love taking care of people and I[?] am great with meeting new people and taking care of them and learning their needs !
In my 30 years of experience I continue to be passionate about caring for families and their loved ones. I prioritize providing comfort and safety for the loved one and family dynamic. My knowledge as a caretaker has given me the following skills and attributes: -Provide one to one support with activities of daily living including but not limited to; bathing, dressing, administering medication as prescribed, nutritional intake -Provide regular and as requested updates to family members -Coordinate care with health care professionals as requested -Provide compassion and understanding through conversation Thank you, Dawn Malaszewski, ADN
There are many great reasons why people become caregivers. My reason for becoming a caregiver is my passion for helping others, especially those in need. I enjoy being a caregiver because it is a very rewarding experience to be a blessing to others. I found that I am wonderful at helping others. Finding my career path is the greatest achievment I have experienced yet. I am a caring, compassionate, hard working person. I am experienced in the field and love what I do.
I'm kind, passionate and have patience I decided to become a caregiver after my grandma was ill and I had taken her into my home and took care of her for 3 years and after she passed I had started looking for a agency to do caregiving with as I wanted to help other families with their loved ones I like being a caregiver cause I'm kind have patience and love to work with rhe elderly I have done alot of personal care skills training and also Alzheimer's and Dementia training
I have been caregiving most of my life. I started taking care of my grandfather while he was afflicted by Alzheimer's. My first child was born with a brain injury and was considered severe and profound. I chose to love him and take care of him in a home environment for his entire life which grew to 23 years. I also cared for my grandmother throughout all surgeries and aftercare. In addition I have knowledge of spinal cord injuries and care.
I am a great care giver because I actually love my job. This is a dream of mines to help someone life a little better everyday. I what attracted me to being a caregiver is the joy I bring to people life's. Knowing a made a difference in someone life's brings me so much joy and happiness. I take care of people with my heart. I'm hard working and dedicated. I have a very big heart. I put other needs before myself.
I am respectful and honest, I have worked privately for 3 years and love it! I have have a lot of patience and will go out of my way for my clients. My father was terminal for over 20 years. He is the biggest reason I do everything I can to help. I received my CNA 5 years ago, 4 months before he passed and since I have worked with dementia, COPD, hospice patients and much more. I enjoy giving back, there was nothing better then when everyone came together in my familys time of need. Even just the smallest of help made a big difference.
Hi. I am 21 years old. I have been working in the health care field since I was about 18. I honestly enjoy working with elders and or individuals with physical and mental disabilities. It is something I take very seriously. I love building a bond with the person I'm working for because having a relationship with them is always a good thing
I believe I am a great caregiver due to my patient are my life to see them smile and be happy and comfortable With me for the family to be able to leave and know that their family is in good hands with me their needs are more important then just being there to do a job. Being a caregiver /CNA I love what I do to be able to be there when family can't to know that the love and passion that I have for my job