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I chose to become a caregiver because I enjoy helping people who usually dont have anyone else that can be at there side when most needed. I enjoy seeing smiles on there face because they have someone to talk to or to just have in there presence and not feel alone. Someone who can read them there favorite book, play there favorite song or just watch there favorite tv show with them. I want to be the person they look forward to seeing walk through there front door. The only achievement I have to share at the moment is I made the most of my grandpa's life before he gained his wings. I plan to be there for you or your loved one every step of the way no matter the outcome.
* Solid 10 years of volunteer and work experience with persons with a rage of mental and physical disabilities in a independent and group home setting. * Profound experience and knowledge of assessments to create and establish steps to move progressively toward to completing goals. * Experienced working safely with clients. Performing CPR recognizing major and and minor injuries. Documenting injury, illness, and medication reactions, * Demonstrates ability to follow oral and written safety instructions. * Hard worker that works well with others and well under pressure. * Skilled at working and certified recognizing the signs of abuse and neglect. Familiar with Bureau of Disabled Disability and the Adult Protective Agency. * Solid ability to establish, maintain and foster close relationships with clients and staff in a harmonious working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. * Remarkable ability to perform a variety of task as well as documenting daily activities, logging medications, mental, physical, and emotional behavior. * Works well as a team player or individually. * Skilled in maintaining and cultivating close caring relationships with clients and staff. * Abilities to assess skills disabilities, abilities, weaknesses and strengths of physical mental and emotional health to create a plan for advancement opportunities. * Individual Community based habilitation * Emergency evacuation drills, practice, and company policies.
I wanted to become a caregiver because I wanted to be able to make a difference in peoples lives by helping them when they are sometimes at their most vulnerable states, to be that person that they can depend on and know that when I show up they will receive the best care possible as well as companionship. I love when my patients see me for the first time of the day and their faces light up and the say "I'm so glad you're here". I'm personally proud that I have dedicated my life to service to others. I have three childeren of my own and I would like to start my own business one day providing excellent care services to our elderly population.
I am a great caregiver because I love people , am very friendly , Christian , and love to help whoever I can. I took care of my father until his last day's and discovered I was very good at calming emotions and keeping people on the up & up ! I'm very proud of my ability to bring happiness and comfort to people in need.
I am compassionate & caring, I am able to adapt to many other personalities. I have a great love & respect for the elderly and differently abled persons, they have much to gibe back at anu stage or comprhension. I love to make a client feel truly cared for, not like a job. I have raised my children & I am proud of who they are. I would like to share the lobe I gabe them on other families.
I became a caregiver, because I wanted to health people that aren't physically able to help themselves. I helped my parents to care for my grandmother before she passed. I watched how my parents treated her with respect, even though her illness caused her to develop the mind of a child. I helped my parents to assure, that my grandmothers last years were full of dignity and respect . I enjoy being a care giver, because I gain patient care experience. I plan to be a nurse someday, and my past jobs as a care giver have allowed my to get my feet wet. I have met some delightful people during my experience, and learned so much from them as well. I am proud of myself for returning back to school. I am a CNA, I gained my CNA license in 2012. I have worked at a few long term care facilities. I am currently "working as needed" at a nursing home, but I am in search of something more flexible.