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My name is Ashley Wiebe. I am 29 years old and a wife and mother of 4 beautiful children. In my free time I like to sit down and read a good book. What makes me a great caregiver is that I believe the client is #1. Their needs are my job and it is my job to make sure he/she is happy and comfortable. I am loyal, reliable, patient, dependable, on-time, caring, observant, and a great listener. I was a nanny for 15 years so I have always had a passion to take care of someone if that was a child or adult. What really got me interested in becoming a caregiver was after my grandmother passed away and I helped take care of her while battling Alzheimer's. It was eye opening for me and I wanted to learn who to become better at caregiving. I really enjoy most from my job is the relationship that builds between me and a client. Having fun and bringing joy to their day and mine.
Compassionate caregiver and CNA with 8+ years of experience providing in-home patient care. l love to bring smiles to whoever is in need of one. I've help many clients on a routine daily life schedule. Performed light housekeeping duties including cleaning and meal preparation. Assisted clients with bathing, clothing, and feeding Followed care plan, home regulations, and ensured safety practices.
Hello! My name is Sue . I have been a CNA for 6 years . I am registered as a certified CNA in the state of Illinois and am also CPR certified . I am pet friendly and have my own transportation . I enjoy helping the elderly and anyone in need for that matter. I have experience working in in home, nursing , home and hospital settings , assisting Alzheimer's /dementia patients . I am also experienced working with the hospice community .love what I do and who I do it for . I am available to help any time of day .
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 !
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.
Hi I am ami. Ive been in healthcare for 7 + years im very passionate about what i do . I grew up in nursing homes all my life my mother is a registered nurse. I am very dependable and hardworking im fun to be around have a very postive outlook and enjoy comforting others i take what i do very seriously. My clients depend on me daily im there to make things as easy for them as possible. I am a christian and my skills and heart for this kind of work is from god .no task is below me just ask and im willing to serve. I have had the most amazing clients in the past . ive worked with familys very closely, doctors , and hospice.Im very caring and understanding. Im also detailed and efficient. I know so much when it comes to personal care from medical to mental and emotional care for loved one's.
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
I have been a caregiver in some respects since 1981, when I had the first of my five children! I earned CNA licensure in 1993 or so, and worked in the hospital setting in various departments. I have spent the last 17 years in another form of caregiving -- that is, teaching Spanish in public high school , tutoring, and in industry. I re-certified my CNA licensure a few years ago, and am interested in finding part-time work at present. Thank you.