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I consider myself as a capable and compassionate Caregiver with extensive experience with alzheimer and dementia patient, I am hard-working and honest individual, who is able to take initiative and exceed the expectations of employer by following instructions accurately. As a Nursing student i have become very respectful of time and following my commitments while making sure i meet my professional(working life) and career goals.
I am a sociable person. Empathy is embedded in my personality and i am a very good listener. Caregiving comes naturally to me. I have worked in different personal care capacities for more than four years now. I am a compassionate and reliable individual who enjoys providing exceptional care to people of different ages and disabled adult. It gives me great satisfaction to help someone in need. Caregiving has also enabled me to bring a positive change and smile into the lives of my client.
1.) What makes me a great caregiver? First, I have empathy & compassion working with client in a home care setting. I feel the desire to want to help. Knowing the care about the client & want to do what they can to help them. Secondly, full of patience & understanding. Third, reliable & dependable, can be counted on. Fourth, trustworthy, working & giving care 24/7 or being invited to be in their home, near to their valuables & being trusted to keep client's information confidential. Fifth, flexible. Unexpected events can happen, always prepared to go with the flow, be able to continue to provide good home care, even if a rigid schedule isn't being followed. 2.) Why did I become a caregiver? Since in my very young age I have always been interested in spending time with older people. I love to help & make people smile. I completed my Graduate in Nursing course in 1976 & Post Graduated in Bachelor of Science in Nursing in 1978 & had my Masters in 2007. It was at that point that I realized that caring for people, especially the elderly was my calling. 3.) What is my personal achievement that I am proud of? Actually, my biggest achievement in life was yet to come. I am always looking to achieve more tomorrow than I did today &;was striving to improve myself all the time.
hello, my name is cynthia valdez. im 27 years old single mother two amazing kids, one of the reason i become a caregiver, wanted to give a batter future for myself and them. what really inspire me to become a caregiver was the fact that i wanted to helps those that are in need of help. got my medical assistance when i was just 19 years old, my sister was one of my inspiration person that made me love my job. she was diagnose with a bone diseases when she was only 8 years old and now she is 23 with a living breathing machine. theirs a lot more people out there that need help like my sister did for all this years. In willing to help. Please give me a call to discuss payment. I can also do 2hrs or less. Or in need of help transferring to bed or wheelchair
* The Client is #1, truthful, loyal, on time * Patience, quality of work, dependability, good reporting * Communication, pleasant, patient * Good listener, observant, caring * Don't bring personal problems to client's environment, don't be bossy, adjust your approach to the client * Tolerant, patient, humble, able to work with tough clients * Really care about your job, good listener, involve them in their care, teamwork * Ready to learn, customize your care, client is your priority, use all your heart * Passion for adult care, patient, good listening skills, and cooperative * Treat your client as if they are your own family * Patience, love your work, kind, rapport with client, CNA skills * Love your neighbors as yourself, need to love to work for older individuals, show clients your compassion * Patience, heart for the work, and humanity in general * Passion, client comes first, treat them as you would your own family * Comes from your heart, love for the elderly, listen, don't argue, do it their way and learn * Don't take anything personally * Show them that you care, let them know you are there for them, show them love * Patience, nurturing ability, listen, anticipate their needs, simplify/make things easier * Loving heart, treat them as you would your parent, don't get offended * Allow them privacy, listen to what they want * It's not about the money, loving/servant heart, patience, like the work, problem solvers * Love your job, patience, be nice and courteous, put their needs before your own
I am a reliable trustworthy and dependable c.n.a of over 10 years who treats my clients with respect and dignity.I became a caregiver when my father became sick after he transitioned on I decided to continue being a caregiver so i can give others the best care i know they deserve. My passion is helping others.