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What makes me a good caregiver is my personality and my work ethic. I am likely to find things to do to keep myself busy and keep my client busy with things they are able to do. I have worked with people with all ranges of abilities and I can easily adapt to new situations. I tend to find the silver lining in situations and my clients like that I am just an overall happy person. I know when to encourage and when to back off as to not exhaust my clients when they are trying to complete an activity. I like having open communication with family members so they can stay up to date on their loved one's progress.
I am a good caregiver because I am a great listener, trustworthy, and helpful. I wanted to become a caregiver because recently my grandmother was diagnosed with lung cancer and before I moved to North Carolina a lot of my time I would spend taking care of her. I saw the joy I brought her by just sitting with her, listening to her stories from when she was younger, playing games, watching movies, and just being there for her. When I left I wanted to bring the same joy to others and find a way to give back to my community. I enjoy making my grandmother feel she was important again and I'm sure if I become a caregiver it will feel just as enriching to make others feel just as important too. I'm proud to say before I moved to North Carolina that I was invited out of 2800 students to be in a national honer society at the University of Texas at El Paso
I am a very friendly person, I truly care about people and their wellbeing and making them happy. I feel we are all the same and deserve respect, I understand when someone gets to a point that they need assistance it can be hard for them, so I always try to make everyone comfortable and keep the mood uplifting. I love that I am able to take care of someone and make their day just a little bit better. I am a wife to a police officer he has served so far 11 years and I am proud to be a officers wife.
Hi my name is Kwan and I have 10 years of experience. I currently have a home health care agency in Fayetteville NC with many trained and experienced employees. I'm also very patient, caring and motivating with my clients. I treat my clients like they're my own family members because in this line of work you really have to. This is definitely my passion.
I'm 45 years old. I been married 18 years and have a 17 year old son. I personally love being a caregiver. I've done it on and off for about 9 years now. I've always liked to help people and have customer service jobs but at the same time I knew I wanted to do more, so one day I was offered to be a caregiver and I accepted it and have loved it since. I was a private caregiver for almost a year and not to long after that I become a private caregiver for another lady for about the same time. I did get out of it for a little bit because when they passed away it was hard on me and I had to find away to deal with it because I knew in my heart it was what I was suppose to do and that's what brought me to carelinx. I now have been working thru carelinx over 2 years now with a lady part time and I love it and wouldn't change it for the world. I promise your family will be treated as if it was my own. Thank you.
My name is Patricia Smith. I bought a home in Cameron, north Carolina in may 2017 I love helping people. I clean their homes run errands and do yard work. I am 57 I will work hard. I am honest dependable and I don't drink alcohol or do any kind of drugs. I can pass a drug test and background at anytime. I love living up here in north Carolina with all my family and my husband. I will work hard and you will not be disappointed. Sincerely; Patricia Smith
Am a hardworking woman moved from Kenya back in 2015 and just moved from Nashville due to husband job.I have-an experience taking care of senior family members. I love helping people in anything I can and make a difference in there lives. I am looking forward to helping you or your loved ones in anything I can.
I have 6 years of patient care in a hospital facility as well as in a living facility. I am currently pursuing my studies in Nursing and hope to become a RN in the future. I am mom of 4 children so that should add many more years of being a caregiver. I enjoy putting a smile on my patients face, making them feel important and loved. I am very proud that I can take care of my dad who is suffering from induced dementia due to a severe hemorrhagic stroke that he suffered 28 months ago. He had a tracheotomy placed at the time which we helped during the time he had it and we are grateful he no longer needs it.