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I have had the privilege of caring for more than 20 different seniors in the past 6 years. Helping and caring for others is a satisfying and enjoyable occupation for me. I am quiet, easy-going and attentive. I prefer companionship but can complete light housekeeping and other tasks of daily living. As a certified integrative health coach, my professional stance is that of holistic personal care that encompasses physical, emotional, and spiritual wellbeing of my patient-clients. Am experienced with dementia and Alzheimer's, cancer and Parkinson's, as well as Lyme disease and blindness.
I became a caregiver because I really want to help old people and younger kids who in need of help. And I do like it because it gives me peace and freedom. I love this job I managed to support my family, within the five-year of experience, i have been working with an agency for all my five-year and every one like my service.
IM Caring person and love people, good listener, someone you can count on, very dependable. Im a Certified Nursing Assistant with experience in performing ADLS, hygiene, meal preparation , clean laundry and simply how to make someone feel safe and secure. I’m extremely self- disciplined and learned to adapt to every situation. I have worked caring for clients with dementia, Alzheimer, Pakistan and stroke.
I have over 8 years of experience as a care giver. I am dependable, flexible, punctual, reliable, trustworthy and hardworking. I love my job and always treat my clients as my own family. I have worked with clients of different conditions like Alzheimer's, dementia, Parkinson's, arthritis, scelorisis, stroke, diabetes, hard of hearing, cancer among others. I have skills in hoyer lift, transport chairs, walker, gait belt, wheel chair among other. I offer light house keeping, cleaning, watering plants, errands and shopping, safety and companionship, meal preparations, transport, accompany to doctor's appointments, ambulation and transfers, lbathing and grooming among others.
I become a caregiver because I care for the elderly,I enjoy the opportunity to impact a difference to them.I appreciate the chance to get to know the clients and their families and become an integral part of their life,my personal achievement is my CNA/HHA and physicial therapy Aide licsence I have receive,well I'm currently working as an HHA for an agency and I really enjoyed the work that I did
Hi I'm a CNA and I have had my license this January The best experience for me that make me sure I can do the job it's because I'm not new in the medical field.Therefore I'm really confident for any kind of senior I used to work for a home health care agency and for an assisted living also I started school at BHCC this semester in this morning. I wish for the next year I'll start with my major Thanks in advance for the opportunity you'll give me For more questions, feel free to contact
Each human being need someone in their lives, specially adulthood who are sick and need special care.My goal was always become an aide to take care of sick people or people who cannot do anything. I like to make them feel very comfortable, listen to them and do the essential of what they need to be done.
I have a friendly personality and, that might not be in general what makes me really great at everything I do but, it sure has a high standard that accompanies my level of skills. I don't remember ever failing to an assignment where I embrace "PATIENCE" to top my challenges. That's also one of my considering skill. I categorize myself to a needy position to what everyone is looking for to be happy with life and, it's "SATISFACTION". I always go hard as it requires to reach out satisfaction to all my clients. Because satisfaction plays a major role to success. Everything that brings success comes along with "God, FAILURE, PATIENCE, MOTIVATION, DETERMINATION, HARD WORKING, RESPECT and all that brings SATISFACTION then SUCCESS. What attracted me being a caregiver is the smile I empower to bring to both sides of my clients and their families. I feel a hero to be able to bring peace and joy to elders. Their happiness is what makes me happy. And that's what enjoys me most about being a caregiver. I'd lose count if I'd have to explain about personal achievements I'm proud of but, I'll go with a recent one. Not too long ago, I started a new case where like so many caregivers have tried to work the case out but, found themselves in bad positions to keep up with the assignment. The patient family even said that was their last tryout for their love one because the patient is TOTAL CARE and very demented. She fights a lot and the patient is very strong. Thx God with my skills, I'm the only caregiver that lasts longer with the patient and I'm still running her assignment. I know what song to play to make her take her meds. I know how to approach her to calm her down and make her listen to me and I know how patient that I gotta be to have her get in the shower for me. She's doing way better than before. It's all joy now in this family's house
Because his a independent job. he make me feel like I m working with one of my family. one of them a mom who stay in a apartment by here self she's don't remember nothing for present or what to do for the they. no shower I have to remind her to eat to do most of the thing for the day that king of person cant not stay by here self. I am a nursing student in Quincy College for LPN Mother 4 kids, respect every one.
I have empathy for people who are hurting and wish to see them living as independent in their lives as possible. A caregiver helps that person achieve that or near that goal. That makes the person given care happy and so do I. What would have resulted into depression is taken away leading the individual to enjoy a full and independent life. In one of my daily wonderful days as a caregiver, one of the clients was so so happy having me around that he said, "Fred, as long as I live, you are assured of a job." Being a person with a technical background and with a passion to fix things, my more than eight years of experience as a caregiver/Certified Nursing Assistant and with an Associate Degree in Sciences, And a Handyman, I have enjoyed doing things that help people live a full happy life at their homes and I have made a lot of friends from all sectors of life. At the end of the day you feel proud to have made someone feel better.
I decided to become a caregiver since I realized how important a caregiver can be in providing care to a needed individual. The way the individual emotionally , spiritually change is the one that make a better caregiver. Bring something new in the customer living, life and spirit make a wonderful caregiver. Doctors appointment shopping shower clothing exercise walking range of motion church meals preparation ect.