Find a Caregiver
North Las Vegas Caregivers - 1,312 caregivers found
Showing 1-15 of 1312 caregivers found
I'm nurturing caring, reliable, trusting, funny, also a hard worker. I Enjoy cooking, shopping and spending time with family. I have many years of experience caring for others. I've worked in home healthcare for 14years. I have experience with Alzheimer, dementia, diabetes, cancer, and bed bound. I've worked in assisted living facilities as well as hospital. I'm a current student at Maryville University. I have reliable transportation. Look no farther, I'll provide the quality of care you deserve. Thanks
Hello! My name is Anna, I am a mother of two sons and one daughter. Throughout my life, I have most enjoyed when I am working for the well-being of people. I love helping others and knowing that I am making a positive impact in their lives. I was drawn to becoming a caregiver after seeing the need for this service. My aim is to make people feel cared for and loved as I help with their daily living skills in a way that helps maintain their dignity and independence as much as possible.
I have worked in healthcare for over 20 years as a nurse assistant. I have worked several years in the hospital setting as a floater in every department. I have extensive knowledge working with the elderly and special needs population. My experience includes, cancer care, colostomy care, memory care, Ms, msa, respiratory therapy, wound care, vitals, medication management, diabetes care, cardiac care, post op care, medical surgery, ICU, emergency care, advance CPR and first aid, licensed cardiac technician etc.
I am a single mother of two grown sons and have been in the medical field for thirty plus years.I enjoy caring for people. I am a church goer and I try to live my life as positive as I can. I lost my mother to a car accident when i was seventeen so when i care for people I think to myself I'd like to care for people as if they were my own mother. I enjoy caring for a person on a one on one bases, that way I can provide them with all there needs.
A little over 10 years ago I got a call from my aunt while at work that my mom had almost fallen from a step ladder at my house. She was by herself and we had just lost my dad to his battle with cancer a few months prior so it was on that day that I quit my job as an event planner to stay home and care for my elderly mother. She has forever changed my view on the importance of caring for loved ones in times of need. My family lost a wonderful soul over a year ago and I find myself wanting to share my compassion, love, and assistance to other seniors who are in need because I believe in sharing this blessing with others to live each day to its fullest.
The reason why I wanted to be a caregiver is because when I was a little girl; there was an elderly lady that lived down the street from me who had know one to help her at all. I would go sit with her and run errands for her just because that's what God wanted me to do, and I enjoyed it. I knew one day that I would do the same for others, who just needed a helping hand. I truly enjoy helping others and being a part of a support system for them as well. Now, on the other hand I take pride in what I do and I treat my clients like family; not like just another paycheck to collect. I'm honest and hard working, very diligent in providing the proper care that's needed. Also, being reliable is something I take very seriously because that person is counting on me to be there on time. If you want someone who is professional but kind, gets tasks done in a timely fashion, and is dependable then I feel that I am a great candidate. Thank you
I'm a caring & compassionate person with 19 years of experience in the health care field. My personal experiences with cancer, dementia, alzheimers, respiratory & heart issues , & palliative & hospice care made me want to learn more about how to take care of people not just physically but mentally as well. It's so important . I'm CPR / first aid certified & also do light housekeeping if needed. Making a difference in people's lives gives me such joy & I can't imagine doing anything else.
I am a Filipina who just new here in las vegas and seeking for a job specially in a health care industry.. I may just a new graduate as a CNA and still waiting for my board exam to be certified but working with elderly is not new to me.. Back when I was still in the Philippines I took care of my grandparents and I have a heart for elderly I treat each elderly like a family.I believe what I learned from the four corner of the school and the 42 hrs. Of clinical experience is a big factor for me to be ready in this kind of Job and what makes me more eager is my passion in this kind of work. I strongly believe that what you learned and what you know is nothing if you really don't have the heart for giving a care to someone.
Henderson: Welcome to my Carelinx profile, my name is Mitzi, a professionally trained CNA/CHHA/PCA and Independent Living Activities and Personal Care Specialist with certifications in gerontology and medication management. Hourly rate: $15-$25/hour includes companionship, light housekeeping, laundry, cooking and pet care. My background check, review/references and active Nostalgia Rue (non-agency solopreneur) business license are job ready. Knowledgeable and experienced in acute care, chronic conditions and terminal diagnosis' requiring hospice care. For safety & respect of mutual time, I prefer to email and schedule a phone interview before a face to face visit. Thanks for your time and consideration! Best!
I have worked in the nursing home business for 26 years. I am very compassionate. I have my CNA and Medication aide from State of Nebraska. I have been trying to get them transferred here to Nevada. I have recently moved here from small town Nebraska. I have hometown values and am trustworthy. I am an amazing caregiver. I have no problems working days after 8am. I have to drop my kids off at school. I can work evenings and nights. Weekends and holidays. I have no problem with transport to Dr appointments, stores or to get medication. I can transport to family gatherings or just sit and visit. I do housekeeping, laundry and meals. I would love the opportunity to assist your loved one to have a quality of life. Quantity is only after Quality. Thank you and I look forward to hearing from you.
1. I became a caregiver when I discovered my grandmother was being abused by her in house caregiver. I took over the job and cared for her for 5 years before she passed. I later cared for my Aunt who was diagnosed with ALS (Lou Gherics disease). After the tragedy with my grandmother I vowed to never let mistreatment of others happen on my watch. I was so good at it that my family encouraged me to pursue a career in the healthcare field. I became a CNA, a medical assistant, and currently pursuing a nursing degree. 2. I like to help others who can't do for themselves anymore or needs just a little help. I like to see smiles. That lets me know that I'm doing a great job! 3. I became a CNA and then a medical assistant and pursuing my dream of being a Nurse. I am proud because I am following my dreams and able to help families in need.