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What makes me a great caregiver I will say that I really care about people I tried to listen to what their needs and wants are and try to provide them with the best of my ability. I'm a caring loving person I believe in treating people the way you want to be treated, I became a caregiver when I was 13 years old taking care of my grandmother and her friends that was Eastern star members. I would go to their homes and prepare their food and take out the garbage and clean their homes in the summertime I found a lot of joy in helping them. The most thing that I enjoy about being caregiver is being there for someone that really needs me, listening to their stories, providing the care that they need. It gave me great joy to know that I am need it and want it. My personal achievement is to start my own group homes for the homeless, for the children, and for the seniors, and for the mentally ill. I want to see if community their work together stays together I think everyone needs each other to make this world a better place to live .
Have 25years experianced. I respect and love being caregiver. Respect for elderly. I have hha/as good cna. I have 20 years od experiance with mental disabled and sick and senoir caregiving work....I was voulenteer for local hospital when younger too. Very nice. Compassionate and stable I will go down price if need to. Work hard. Very compassionate.. On time! good good references. Love pets..Respect and love to help others. I can ,,,,. Owned a caregiver biz with my grandma in past . Have a hha. we can work on prices..if too high I have worked with down town people and have good people skills and good caregiving skills. Rose M sheick
I have a good writing and communication skills, a good team player and the ability to adapt quickly to changes in work environment. I am a good listener and also very patient and compassionate. I have the ability to remain calm under pressure and i also have I.T and driving skills. I have over ten years experience in this profession.
BIO I have been working as a home health aid/caregiver since 1992. I work a lot with Dementia and Alzheimer clients. Also, taking care of my mother who has been sick with the Alzheimer's disease through for a long time. I am compassionate and is a very patient person and I do understand the importance of making sure my clients are taking care of properly. I pick up experiences from diverse type of sicknesses such as bipolar, other mental care, strokes, alcoholic etc. I have a lot of experience taking care of people. I am very friendly and patient. If you need to know information about my experiences and references contact me for an interview please. Thank you. I'm also open for night shifts. Thank you.
I am a responsible, dependable, compassionate , and hardworking individual. I hold a strong work ethic and always strive to do my best in any work situation. In my professional career I have always focused on direct patient care and supporting the integrity, dignity, and privacy of my patients. My attributes in patient care include: feeding, toileting, bathing, ADLs, grooming, diabetes accu check, ambulating, transferring, hoyer lifts, positioning/repositioning, non-ambulatory care, stroke deficits, dementia, post surgery care, providing clean and safe environment.
I am CNA for over 10 years and I have worked with people with different needs and wants over the years I am proud of myself because I love to make people happy I am interested in people if you should hire me to take care of your loved one you would have no regrets I am a reliable and trustworthy person I have great references that you can call and verified thank you very much . I am an excellent caregiver I reside in Palos Hills my telephone number is 708-699-2565
I am compassionate, I care about the needs of others . I treat people the way I want to be treated.i started this profession because I wanted to know how to take care of my Grandmother who was in her early stages of Alzheimer's. I went to CNA school and got my certificate. I started working at what is now called Manor Care in Palos Heights. I was there 6 months and then got a job at Ingall's Memorial Hospital. I am still at Ingalls it's been 23 years nowI love my job I work ion one day surgery .I have a phlebotomy certificate and completed the basic dysrhythmia class .I was able to care for my Grandmother who had Alzheimer's and Grandfather who had 2 strokes. Me and my Mother took care of them for about 15 years I was able to go part time and my Mom quit her job to take care of them.I love older people and I wouldn't give up what I do for the word !!!iI also have my CPR certification it expires in 2020.I also have 2 reliable vehicles a car and a van.
My 13 years experience in caring and assisting people who can't do for themselves. My characters (trustworthy, reliable, responsible, accountable, caring) shows me with so much compassion for the people I serve makes me a great Caregiver/Personal Assistant/CNA. I became a CNA/Caregiver/Personal Assistant because I enjoy taking care of people who have lost their ability to handle their basic needs. I like being a CNA/Cargiver/Personal Assistant cause I take comfort in knowing that I make people comfortable as possible, put a smile on their face, and help improve the quality of life for them during what can be a trying time in their life. One personal achievement I am proud of is being the main role, for 6 years, in helping a man regains a positive outlook on/for his life after suffering a Stroke that left him with paralized on his right side, wheel chair bound, and told that he would never walk again. I committed myself to be his leaning tower(Personal Assistant/Caregiver). After 5 years of going to Physical and Occupational therapies 3 times a week with him, learning the exercises, then assisting him with these exercises in his home.he is no longer wheel chair bound, he walks 2 miles a day , he drive his vehicle, he's continues exercising in a gym, and he's no longer depress about his ability but encourage others living with a disability.
I am very passionate when it comes to taking care of others. Ever since I was a teenager, I knew in my heart that helping those in need was my calling. I started nursing school in college and then went straight to work at hospitals, nursing homes, and at the comfort of people's homes. I am an advocate for the Alzheimer's Association, and volunteer as a caregiver support group facilitator. I have two children who are growing too fast, and a mother who is a cancer survivor who I took care of. Also, I am a lover of animals and have no problems taking care of them as well.
Helping others has always been a goal of mine, even as a little girl I knew I would be in the medical field in some capacity. My heart is into caring for others. I take care of my mother and understand a family's challenge in care giving matters. I have experience for in-patient and out-patient patients. I am very observant. I understand signs and symptoms of most illnesses. I am unique in that I understand and have knowledge of tradition medicine, but also holistic wellness. I truly believe if we did both and all, we would be in a better health condition as a country. I have certification as a Medical Assistant/Patient Care Tech from 1986. I have been in medicine for 25 plus years. My most recent place of employment was with Northwestern Memorial Hospital. I only left for a job offer with a Chicago Union, SEIU.