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I recently moved to Sedona from Connecticut. I prefer my work environment to be more personal/ one on one so I can focus and put my energy into the task at hand. I enjoy caring , cooking, organizing and helping others particularly elders. I like listening and conversing with them. They are so appreciative of these seemingly small tasks . To see them comforted gives me a sense of accomplishment that I have succeeded which is wonderful.
I have always had a tender place in my heart for the elderly and disabled. I see their true essence and it fills me with joy. I have a kind and gentle way of being yet I do not get flustered in challenging situations. My aim is to provide assistance that enables my clients in achieving the highest quality of life possible. I was trained in college as a CNA. I managed a day program for handicapped adults for five years. I owned and operated a residential care facility providing care 24/7. In addition to the loving skilled care I provided, I was also a support to family members who struggled with the declining health of their family members. I also cared for my own grandmother and grandfather (separate times) in the last years of their lives. My greatest achievement is that I am the mother of five beautiful children who have blessed me with seven sweet grandchildren. I just love to love others.
Hello, my name is Halen, I am 30 years old. I have provided in home care for adults with disabilities in the past, was a custodian for Yavapai County and now on a path where God has led me to serve in senior care. Also pursuing to obtain a CNA license and hospice care in the future. I am trustworthy, responsible, reliable, compassionate, friendly and I take a lot of pride in providing care, spreading joy and making a difference in a seniors life big or small. I am CPR/Firstaid/AED certified through the Redcross and have a fingerprint clearance card. I have Experience with medication distribution, dementia and alzheimers disease, Parkinson's disease, wheelchair patients, over night help, transportation, meal prep, hygienic needs, deep detailed cleaning, basic housekeeping and most of all above and beyond heartfelt care and companionship meeting day to day needs and requirements.
I am very patient and I love to talk, about literally anything! I want to be able to provide emotional support for anyone if I am able to. I think older folk are some of the most wonderful people and that's what I took into consideration when choosing this career. I like being able to work with people from all different kinds of backgrounds, I enjoy hearing different stories about how life used to be.
I have been in the medical care field for over 11 years. I enjoy caring for seniors in their homes. I recently cared for an elderly lady in her 90's. Since she needed 24/7 care, her daughter hired me to be her full-time caregiver. I became her MPOA ( Medical Power of Attorney) It was my duty to recruit and hire other caregivers for full time care, to assist me with the hours she required. I enjoyed every minute of being there for her. I feel that every senior should be treated with respect and honor, they rely on us as caregivers to be on time and on task. I am honest and trustworthy. I can't think of anything that I love to do more than spending time with, and caring for, someone's loved one...when they aren't able to be there.
I chose to be a caregiver after my grandmother passed away in 2011 My grandmother raised me since I was a toddler and I took care of her when her health start failing and slowly deteriorated I'm very hardworking,dependable and reliable I work great under pressure and work well and get along very easily with co workers and clients I have a close bond with clients that I work with and my first priority is making sure the clients are taken care of and safe
Hello. Here is a little about me and the reasons I will be a great caregiver for you or a loved one. I have raised two daughters with disabilities whom have grown up to be independent with their own children now. My passion for caring for people with special needs all started there. In 2007 after suffering from a major stroke my mother was in need of someone to care for her. I was blessed to be in a situation to do so for many years. I am dependable, trustworthy and will provide the best care possible for your loved one. Additionally I will give them companionship and treat them with dignity and respect. I am registered with the state of CA. I have completed and passed CA caregiver training.
I'm a very caring compassionate person. My life is all about helping others whether through care giving or life experience . I have been in the care giving field in some capacity for over 15 years. I believe the elderly and disabled have a special job on this planet to teach patience and remind others to slow down. If I ever need help in the future I hope that someone is there to assist me.
I became a caregiver because it's my passion!! I love to please others so they can live the best quality of life possible. I love the social interaction that is also involved with caregiving. My biggest achievement thus far that I'm most proud of (besides my my 2 children) is being noticed for my hard work and dedication at my last job. I was promoted to Program Coordinator and was then in charge of 9-12 employees all while getting to still do hands on works with my clients.My father was diagnosed with bladder cancer and we moved into his house so he could live the rest of his days at home on hospice. Those days were tough although VERY rewarding! I lost him 8/22/2011. I am 43 years old and a single mother of 2 ages 21 and 16. My daughter still lives in Minnesota attending MSU in Elementery Education. She graduates next fall and is hopefully moving to Arizona as well. I was born and raised in a small town in Minnesota. I decided that the subzero temps and blizzards were just not for me anymore, so I sold my home and moved to Prescott Valley! I had been here on vacation before and fell in love and knew that one day I would move here. I just moved here in June 2015
I became a caregiver, because I like to be of service. I have an AA degree in Mental Health and Human Services, and have worked in the field for over 25 years. I started out working Direct care and then went on to provide staff training on how best to serve a variety of individuals. What I love about care-giving is that I am able to use my skills on a one on one bases to improve the quality of life for the customer. One of the things that I am most proud of is that I had a client that everyone told me that she was unable to do anything to help herself, such as eating bathing and communicating her needs. When I worked with her in 6 moths she was able to feed herself and she was able to communicate her needs to me as well as others. Love, respect and honor moves mountains. I have years of experience in the service field and I am an excellent communicator and love to support each individual in living a life of joy and love.
What makes me a Great Care giver, is my huge heart and personal ability to empathize and be compassionate w my clients. I know nobody wishes to be sick or ailing, so I always try to bring a little sunshine into they're lives, and let them feel a sense of unity and belonging. I try to leave my clients in a better state of mind, than before I got there. I became care giver; because in a pretty dark part of my past, someone very close to me ended up being stabbed 8x. And I was so scared, that I didn't even know what to begin to do. So it was then,that i decided to get into the healthcare field, educate myself, so that I would never find myself in a situation like that again. I love so much about working as a care giver, where should I start?... First off, the fulfillment of actually being able to help someone, hands-on, is very self-gratifying for me. Also knowing that I may make someone's life a little less stressful or painful, just by being able bodied enough to assist them in day to day needs, means a lot for me. But being able to touch someone's life, by sharing a piece of my love, kindness, and understanding w a individual or family, as well as imprinting a piece of myself within them, is probably the BEST reward out of it all. I believe God will place us into certain people's life's at just the right time. When it is most needed. That we may embark on a journey of strength and hopefully healing together. I know in my Heart of Hearts, that being able to offer my help, assistance, or relief to someone or a family in dire need of it, is truly where I need to be. I need to be helping people.... One person at a time. God Bless. I look forward in hearing from you. 😀 Stay Safe.
I became a care giver because I have always worked in the medical field except in an office and I wanted to work directly with patients. I like to interact with the patient.My achievement is I have always enjoyed working with patients. I have worked in Doctors offices for the past 19 yrs. I have worked as a benefits verification and referral coordinator. And I have worked as a front desk medical administration assistant.
I have 10 + years of care giving to alsheimer patients, lung cancer, after knee and back surgery, several cancer patients and parkinson patients. I prefer not to live in but will consider small periods of livein time. I am very compassionate, giving, loving and good at helping patients pass time in a rewarding manner. I am asked back to several homes after previous care giving, therefore, i consider my self to be an above average caregiver. REFERENCES UPON REQUEST.