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I became a CNA/caregiver back in 2007 because I love people and love to help people. I am very proud that I accomplished my goal, which was to get my license to be called a CNA. I love people, love to sing and whistle anything to make other people smile or feel good about themselves.
I became a caregiver in 2001 because I have the heart and desire for the elderly. I love taking care of someone so needs special care. The reason I love being about a care giver is that I feel God has put this in my heart for this one of work. I love doing for those who can't do for themselves they are very special people and I love having the bond with them. I am very dependable, hard worker, always on time,and I don't mind working in my days off if notice is given to me in time.
Hello, I've been a caregiver for many years. Started with home heath, then private duty. I'm always looking at thinks a little different. I like being helpful and truly believe our elderly and handicapped can offer us so much if we just listen. I like hearing family histories and would like to be a helpful member of the personnel if you choose.
My name is Hanna. I am a wife and a mother of 4 children . I have worked in the caregiving field for over 7 years now and I have to say i absolutely love it! I just recently lost a a "Client" after 4 years of being by her side everyday due to health reasons. I am currently looking for another "client" to "sit" with ,to grow and to love . I recently worked for Public Partnerships- Tn care . The "client" I lost due to healh;her insurance would pay for my care-giving role. I am looking for private pay -but if the "client" has tn care insurance, we could get that set up also. My hours and days would vary, but mostly be Monday-Friday 8am-? If private pay: $15 hr. *If the Client already has Tn care and is eligible-If interested in the Insurance to pay (They have to have Tn care)- I do have the applications for that.
In May of 2019 I will have a BA in Human Services and Counseling, and Christian Ministries. I have always had a heart of service and love to serve wherever I can. Upon graduation I will be seeking my masters in Counseling to become an LPCC. Until then I am looking for a fulfilling job where I can work and make a difference. I have been interested in going into the Geriatric (elderly) field of counseling and this would give me some extra experience.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy taking care of people. I love getting to know and spending time with people and knowing that I'm making a difference in their lives. I was my father's caregiver when he was diagnosed with cancer and take pride in knowing that I did everything that I could do in my power to help him. Also I'm a mother and I think taking care of people just comes natural.