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I came from the Philippines n I'm 1 year here in the United States n I finished my caregiver studies there n I'm dedicated to my work n I have patience n honest person.I cared a lot to the people I worked for like my family n I have 5 kids so when experienced to childcare n elderly I can do that and I'm easily to followed instructions and I make sure the one I'm taking care of I see too it I'm organized and cleaned to avoid health hazard.Im friendly n compassion to my patient all the time.
I really enjoy helping the elderly or persons that are stricken with a disease. I consider myself to a very compassionate and caring person. I go beyond the job duty to make the client comfortable and/or entertained throughout their day. I have been drawn to caring for individuals who need extra help since I was very young.
Hello My name is Wendy Chester. I have been taking care of people for 10+years. At one point I was a CNA working at a nursing home. I left that position because my husbands grandmother became ill and I decided to take care of her. Taking care of others is what I have always enjoyed doing. I have been taking care of people in their homes and get a great joy in my heart when I return and see the smile on their face. I am a nonsmoker and have cats and dogs. I have two grown daughters. My oldest just graduated nursing school and my youngest is in nursing school. As you can see we are a family that enjoys taking care of others.
I became a caregiver because I like to help the elderly. I like interacting with them and trying to make them and their family happy. I am proud that in 6 yrs of being a CNA, I haven't had any of accidents, or breakdowns when someone is in my care. I am a very outgoing person and I love to work with people.
I am a CNA, Certified Phlebotomist, EKG tech,First Responser and I know CPR, I love helping and taking care of others, thats been my passion since I was young. I enjoy making people smile, and feel loved. A personal achievement that I am proud of is graduating from college to further my career in Nursing.
i have a daughter myself who was hit by a car when she was 4years old that left her with a traumatic brain injury as well as in a wheelchair. i have been experienced since 1991 aking care the elderly and kids with special needs. but never could of imagine that i would have to be the one to take care of my own daughter. its an pleasure and honor to this... i love what i do and its makes you appreciate things more!!!!
I became a caregiver because I love helping people. Making life easy and comfortable in your own home. Helping with everyday needs and chores. The thing I love most about being a caregiver is the fact that. Caring for someone other than your self is a blessing. The biggest achievement I am proud of is over coming things in my life. To the point where I want to help others over come things in they life. I'm 39 years old. I have been taking care of other people for over half of my life. I love living I love life and I love helping others live their life to the fullest.
I am a caring and compassionate person. I am patient and kind. I grew up volunteering at the nursing home my mother worked at. I enjoyed getting to know people and hearing their histories. Taking care of my grandmother with Alzheimer's disease taught me patience and sparked an interest in how the mind works. It is vital to know that clients are people trying to have the best quality of life possible. It is a privilege to be the person helping someone to maintain their dignity. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver would be the ability to make the person I take care of feel as independent and happy as possible. To help someone maintain as much function as possible or even improve their daily functioning is an uplifting experience. A personal achievement that I am proud of would be when working with hospice patients, I was able to make their transition comfortable and peaceful. To me, to take care of someone at the end of their life is the greatest privilege of all.
Hello! I'm Adrieenne. I'm an LPN. CPR certified. I do have reliable transportation and a valid driver's license. I'm responsible and show up on time to work. I'm kind and caring. I have been working in Healthcare 20 years. I'm looking for work as an in home companion long-term, short-term, temporary or permanent. I'm available for meal prep and light house keeping, running errands and shopping. I'm comfortable with transfers and ADL care.
I am an amazing care giver because I actually care. I don't have any grandparents so I really contact to my seniors I work with and it's more than a job to me it's a friendship. I wanted to be a caregiver because I just had a certain passion about taking care of someone and making them feel good. I am personally proud of myself for graduating my senior and working with seniors and sharing that experience with them it made me 10x happier to let them know "hey I'm graduating on May 17 " and everybody would hug me and it truly made me feel amazing. Caregiving to me isn't just a job it's something I love to do.
Reliable, service-focused nursing professional with excellent patient-care and charting skills gained through four years of experience as a CNA. Compassionate and technically skilled in attending to patients in diverse healthcare settings. CNA, FEMA, BLS and CPR certified (current). I'm currently available for any shifts on Monday-Wednesday and night shifts only Thursday-Sunday 7 pm - 7 am. I work alongside another caregiver who is available to alternate shifts with me if needed for 24 hour care. My wages are set based on care needs starting at $12 for basic needs such as medication administration, meal preparation and companionship up to $17 for more advanced needs such as continence care, bathing, mobility, etc. Contact me via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org Or by phone at: 985-817-2922 Thank you!
The things that makes me a great caregiver are my compassion for others, my caring heart, outgoing and friendly personality, I love helping others and seeing people happy, My warm and sincere smile that says you can trust me. and last m perseverance to never give up. I decided to become a caregiver because my grandmother became ill. The family kept her at home. so everyone had to take turns taking care of her. That showed me that i had to heart and care to do this job, and I loved doing it. I like being a caregiver because, I love to help people, make them smile, and bring as much joy to their day as I can. there are so many people out in the world with no family to make them feel loved and let them know there is someone they can depend on when they need help or just someone to listen to them. I am proud of the day I decided to become a CNA, I think back to my grandmother. Taking care of her let me knew this was something I would love to do. And she encouraged me to do so. She told me that I have the heart for this line of work, and that's the kind of person people like to take care of them, a person that has a heart for the job they do.