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I am a loving, caring woman. I just recently moved to Ohio from California with my fiance in the Marine Corps. In California I was doing in home care and I absolutely loved it. Me and my patients always get along so well and I consider them family once I I get to know and love them. I am going to be going back to school for my EMT certificate as soon as I make the money to do so. Contact me anytime and I will gladly tell you more about myself 951-880-7956
I came into the caregiver role by accident. My best friend asked me to help out in a home she was working in with a widowed woman with MS. That was when I realized that I really enjoyed taking care of others. In this home I had the most variety of responsibilities. Throughout my HHA time I have worked closely with quadriplegics as well, gaining experience with ventilators, feeding tubes, catheterizing and ROM. I like the relationships I have developed while assisting people with their care and every day needs. About six years into my home health aide career I received my CNA certification, which I allowed to expire as I changed career paths. Within the last couple of years I have realized that home health care is where I belong. I am empathetic which gives me an "inside" look if you will to better assist people. I am willing to learn new skills and always willing to assist any way needed.
Hi I'm Kelsie, I'm 22 years old. I have worked with elderly for over 2-1/2 years now. I'm very open to conversation and keeping a happy environment. I enjoy being a caregiver because I know I'm helping someone. I love that I can be apart of taking care of them. The smiles you can make or even just being a listening ear.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I'm a lover of the elderly, I love them they are a gift of wisdom, and I was born a caretaker by nature,I hoped one day I could own a senior care home,I love listening to their life experiences and how it was when they were young,And it is always great meeting new ones and seeing them progress everyday, I have had the pleasure of working with some very kind, sweet loving elderly male and female and I love making them laugh, and encouraging and uplifting them with smiles and positive conversations,In life it's the little things that really count,I have found kindness goes a long way, I go out of my day to make the patients to have a great day.
I have 20 years of experience in caring for the elderly. My parents owned an Adult Foster Care home for 10 years. I lived on site and cared for up to 12 patients at a time. I'm certified in First Aid and CPR. Patient Care: Alzheimer's, Dementia, Stroke, Elder Care, Hospice, Medication management. I prefer live in positions. Please contact me for any additional information.
I was born to nurture. I feel most useful and fulfilled when I am taking care of other people. I was a nanny to two little girls for about five years, and then I worked in an assisted living facility, taking care of six residents for two years during college. I enjoy the companionship of care-giving the most. Many of the residents were elderly and had no families, so I ultimately stepped into that role for many of them. They became my family. I am proud of my experience with taking care of others, and the bonds that have been formed over the years.
I became a caregiver because I love working with and helping people. I have always loved the elderly, and feel they should receive the utmost care and respect. I am a caregiver by nature, in every aspect, with everyone. I cared for my terminally ill mother and brother, as well as my caregiver experience with ComForcare Home Health. While some of my clients were forced to go with another company, we still spend time doing things together.
I have done healthcare for the last 20 years working in a veriety of settings including hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities, homecare, and always the ambulance. Ive had nothing but love for the elderly, and strive to make their day the best day they have had in a long time. I pride myself on the care i give, treating everyone as if family and how i would expect my own family to be treated as well. I have alot of experience in dementia, extensive knowledge of ALS and care, as well as general weakness and down to the med remiders as well as the daily check ins to make sure someone is on task. I have experience with extensive wound care, bed sores, dementia, ALS, MS, alzheimers, tube feedings, trach care, suctioning, and overall general care, ADL and maintenance as well as companionship.
I have been a stay at home mom for the past few years. I've always watched all of my friends and families children. I enjoy helping others any way I can. I used to work at a home taking care of elderly disabled and I really enjoyed my time. They became a second family. With all my children now going to school I would like to spend my time helping others in need.
I've worked as a cna for the last 15 year's I've always liked helping ppl. Over the years I've met some great ppl, and learned a lot from them I've had patients who thought of me as family. I work hard and go above and beyond to make sure my patients are cared for properly and feel safe and comfortable with me.
I became a caregiver due to my grandmother being really sick at a old age. I was 12 years of age, helping her with everything; anything u can name I did for her until the day she passed away. The best part of being a caregiver I enjoy is helping others that need the kind and gentle help who can't help themselves. Especially the elderly, I may need someone's help some day. A personal achievement I am proud of today is getting accepted into a performing arts school I've always wanted to go to. Somethings I do on my free time is work out, sing, movies, skating and traveling etc.