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Well, I have always felt a special connection with people, and that is why I decided to pursue a career in nursing. I have always been amazed with the human body, and everything it entails. I love that my career demands me to be compassionate with people, and loving, which I feel is one key element to be a nurse. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is that I can provide people with quality of time; sometimes people just need a hug, or someone to talk to, to make their day better. A personal achievement I am proud of is when I had to perform CPR on a resident, and fortunately, he recovered from the heart attack. I feel like nursing is what I always wanted to do, and I am glad I can say that I love what I do.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Hello! I developed the ability to be a Caregiver since I was 16 years old and I started caring of my mom under the directions of my sisters who are Nurses until she died in 2004. At the age of 24 years old I started to work in Family Houses as an Independant Caregiver, Home Cares, Hospices in Puerto Rico until I moved to USA on 2015.
I was Blessed with the opportunity to care for my 95 and 96-year-old grandparents the last two years of their lives. My grandfather had severe dimensia/ Alzheimer's and I'm very experienced working with elderly suffering from this. I understand the hardships involved with finding trustworthy honest people to care for loved ones. I will care for yours the way I'd want you to care for mine. Companionship, administering medication, personal care, cooking, cleaning, outings, errands and more-- all of which will be provided with kindness, respect, dignity, and honesty.
I am a very compassionate person with a desire to help and assist clients and their families in the time of need. I am 26 yrs old I began working in healthcare at the age of 18. My first job out of high school was at St Patrick's hospital and I have been in healthcare ever since. I have experience working in several different care setting: hospitals, nursing homes, group homes, and in-home care. I am currently in school for vocational nursing to further my education.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
My name is Sasha Miller and I have always been a caregiver. I have always been close and very respectful of my elders, really everyone. I am kind and very patient with everything I do for myself too. I am very passionate about dementia, it is something my dad had suffered with and lost his battle. I know how hard it can be on the families.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy taking care of elderly people. I like being a caregiver because I get to help a person and brighten their day just by the small things I may help them with and that brings joy to my heart. I'm proud of me being a young woman that enjoy helping others and me sure others are well taken care of with whatever the need may be.
I have chosen to do caregiving, because I just have something in me that goes into another mind set that THEY CAN NOT DO ALOT FOR THEMSELVES AND NEITHER CAN BABIES. SO DO YOU LET A BABY JUST. Go hungry and messy NO!! I feel a great reward being a caregiver. I'm very kind and I treat each patient I have had on and off for the last 20 yrs with the same dignity and compassion as though it were my own child and or family member. I'm dependable trustworthy reliable and honest.
Hi my name is Amber Babineaux. My personal traits or expertise that help me be a great caregiver would be my wonderful patients. A very hard worker, a great listener and under stander. What attracted me to being a caregiver is the sense of wanting to help other in need while feeling great by doing it. What i most enjoy about being a caregiver is taking my time caring for others. My personal achievement that i am proud of would be the ability to help others in need and seeing that satisfying smile at the end.