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Why I am a great caregiver? I embody the word "care." I believe that I am in this world to be a great caregiver. I cared for six foster children after their mother lost her way and left them to fend for themselves. Their ages ranged from one to seven years old, and they lived with me for seven years. I helped build a home for them, and some of them still reside in that home to this day. As a caregiver, I am very observant and skilled in assisting with the health needs of the care recipient. Caring for others brings me contentment and joy. My profession has taught me how to get along well with many different types of people. the work environment is loaded with a variety of different people with varying personalities. I work well with anyone who delivers what they promise. I have always been able to get along with anyone. It does not matter how difficult some of my co-workers can be, I've always managed to get along with them. I even manage to work well with those whom I do not encounter on a daily basis. In summary, working well with others simply means, having great work ethics, personality, and a passion for delivering what you promise. I have great communication skills and can work with many different types of people of varying personalities and skill levels. I am motivated, disciplined, and focused and I am determined to get my job done well and on time. Changing the way people age, is part of my daily activity.
Hello, My name is Titilola from Seniors Helping Hands At Home LLC, I have been caring for the elderly ones in their homes, hospitals, nursing homes and assisted living for over 9 years now. I have worked with people with dementia/Alzheimer, and Parkinson concerns. I enjoy working with the Seniors, I have respect for them because they have labored in life, and it's time for them to be rewarded. Being a parent myself, i know how far my children can go in order to make me comfortable. The request i always make from my clients is to tell me what they want for their loved ones, and that's what i have been doing. My clients appreciate my job so much. Below is the review of one of my client's family member. More references are available upon request. I am CPR certified, registered as a non medical caregiver with the State of Maryland, a non smoker, and also registered as a Home Health Aide with the American Caregivers Association. Thank you, Titilola P. SENIORS HELPING HANDS AT HOME LLC Nov 13, 2017 Jean F. Hired Titilola Titi provided care for my elderly mother for over a year. My mother has severe dementia and Titi's calm personality and gentle manner worked very well in this situation. She prepared meals, did laundry and light housekeeping and helped with my mother's personal care. She did a good job of "tuning in" to my mother's moods and gave her ample quiet time when she needed it. Titi was competent without being overbearing. I would recommend her as a care giver for elderly people. Titilola P. Replied Nov 14, 2017 Thanks Jean
I am a duty conscious caregiver with a high sense of responsibility shown through assiduity and patience for three years. Experienced in providing excellent care for seniors and clients with illnesses and disabilities, with a very high sense of team spirit by lending a listening ear and considering others. I got into care giving without knowing I could build a career in it. It all started with taking care of my late grandfather with Alzheimer. He passed on in my arms. This gave me so much joy and made my mom and family so proud. To me, everybody, senior or those who have lost their independence is family. I mostly enjoy the fact that family members can confidently leave their loved ones in my care and go about their other activities without fear. I always fill so fulfilled when family members call my agency to ask if I can be sent back to them and made permanent. This is what happened with one of my clients. She was a 93 years old nice lady whose eleven children had been looking for a fitting caregiver. Before I came, she had rejected four caregivers within six weeks. I worked for two days, and she called two of her daughters asking them to ask my agency if I could go permanent with her. This was done. I cared for her like she was family to me, her children considered me like their little sister. For the fourteen months I worked with her, she was admitted into the hospital three times. Even while she was in the hospital, and did not really need our services, her children preferred to keep paying me sometimes for a month, because they never wanted me to be sent to another client. The day she passed on, one of her daughters called me, and later called to give me the funeral program. I was there for the wake, viewing, burial, reception and I was also invited for the family gathering. I still have a souvenir of hers given to me as a thank you from her family. I am proud and happy I could give her the care needed for her last days in the comfort of her house.