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I have been doing Caregiver work since I myself fully recovered from a massive job stroke. I've worked with Agencies, at an Assisted Living place where I was paid CNA rates based on my own life experiences. Worked as a Personal Private Caregiver through personal references. I find being a Caregiver to be a very rewarding experience.
What makes me a good home care aide is my dedication to what I do. I give my best to serve / help my client in any way I can. I became a home care aide because I want to work with and help seniors. I believe that taking care of them is like taking care of my own mother. Aside from having the chance to serve / help seniors, what I like about being a home care aide is its flexible work schedule. Seeing my client satisfied and happy with what I do for him / her is a personal achievement I am proud of.
I Am Trustworthy And Dependable Love My Ministry Comforting Others While Helping And Caring For Others Not Knowing That I Would Be Taking Care Of My Husband Who Was Diagnose With Bone Cancer I Was His Hospice CNA For All Most Two Years At Home He Was Grateful That I Had The Experience And So Was I This Is Truly A Gift From God ToBe Able To Meet And Work With So Many Wonderful People And Two Love Ones I Also Have References To Prove My History Of Work I Have Been In The Field As A C.N.A For 30 yrs. And I Am Not Burn Out Or Tired Of My Ministry Caring For Others It Was A Honor To Be My Husband Personal Hospice C.N.A Before He Passed I Often Would Hear Him Telling Family Members And Friends How He Was Proud And Glad He Was To Have Me As His Care Giver Knowing What To Do For Him And Making It Easy For Him To Be Home Also Northwestern Hospice Register Nurse Along With Their Team They Were Very Please With The Care For My Husband It Was A Joy.
I am a compassionate and caring person with 10 plus years experience as a Certified Nurses Aide. I am on time for work and am rarely sick. I have worked in a hospital setting for the past 15 years. I like to get to know the patients I care for and I want them to get to know me. I have a good sense of humor and try my best to make patients feel good about themselves. If the patient feels good about who is caring for them they feel more comfortable and makes the family more comfortable.
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.
I take care of the client with Respect and Dignity. Treat them as my own. I go the extra mile to exceed not just to meet the clients expectations. When the company that I worked for had closed down a friend of mine introduced me to care giving. I learned a lot from different people about food, cultures, traditions through care giving. I am proud that through care giving I earned my Associate's Degree in Business Management.
What makes me a great caregiver is the fact that I have a big heart. I am willing to help others and care for them. Not only am I doing my job, but I create a bond with my clients, it is more than just a job. Being there to comfort them and hands-on when needed. What attracted me to being a caregiver is growing up I watched my grandfather need the help. I enjoyed being there for him to the point where he felt comfortable enough to be in the state he was in. The most exciting part of being a caregiver is creating that bond with my clients to the point where they want me to come back. It is not always about being there for just the job and them needing help , I like being open to them and more like a friend then an employee. I am proud of helping others. I know that with my ability to be there for others good things will come upon me.
Being able to empathize allows me to put myself in the patient's shoes, and identify and ease the patient's fears or discomfort. Patience and flexibility. There'll be many hurdles along the way-the patient is being stubborn and uncooperative, the schedule doesn't go as planned, or difficult situations arise. I will find a way to deal with this in a positive way. Having a good sense of humor. Is a good indicator that I would be able to tolerate and deal with difficult situations, which is essential because caregiving involves conditions that more people would find hard or challenging.
A great caregiver is one who is skilled, experienced, and possesses the human qualities of compassion, patience, caring and understanding. He or she is essentially some one who genuinely likes people and has a need to serve. I became a caregiver because I like to take care of people and truly think I do an excellent job. I like to make people happy and see their smiling faces. My most challenging and rewarding job was taking care of a lady who was bedridden for over three years before she died and needed considerably attention. I also worked cooperatively with the hospice team. I have a degree in art and bring this ability to enrich my companionship with my clients.
The thing that makes me a great care giver is I've worked with both kids and adults. You may be thinking yea, so has a lot of other people. When I work with kids I know their way of thinking and can connect with them on many levels, because children are less complex and its easy for me to read and nurture them in more ways than one. When I work with adults, I know they're either older or my age and treat them with respect. I don't under mind them just because they need need a companion and/or help. I also love to help and please people, frankly doing it in a more comfortable setting for them is great for me and them because they're not out of their element and can be more easier for the both of us. I was my sister's caregiver for a long time before she passed away from lupus and diabetes. I've done many of the things you're asking for in a care giver. Give me a chance to help you loved ones in a way you want them to be cared for.
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 Amanda. I am 20, and certified as a nursing assistant (CNA). I work for a home health agency in Naperville and care for clients ranging from companion care to personal needs and hospice. I have experience showering, toileting, transportation, meals, housekeeping, pet care, ambulation, etc. I am passionate about caring for others and always put my clients first. I am very reliable and willing to work with any situation. Please feel free to contact me! (: