Hi, thanks for taking the time to learn a little about me.
Giving care to someone is more like being their greatest advocate, they let me know what they want, need, and can do in their lives and I do my best to achieve this with them. I am very adaptable to follow protocol, or be spontaneous within the allowed guidelines. Safety, respect, listening, assisting are all just basic musts and needs.
I am pretty strong, love exploring or relaxing at home. I enjoy making those in my circle feel cared for and unconditionally accepted, it gives me a peace.
While medical assisting for six years, I noticed a decline in the kind of care for the vulnerable and assisted patients - It weighed so heavy on me that I decided to change careers. I found a new passion for learning about all the diagnosis' I saw in the clinic and how people adapted to living with them daily. I took every hard case on... loving the challenges. I took as many syndromes and specialty needs as I could and that helped me learn how to approach each person as an individual no matter what their challenges were.
All that said, I have many moments that I can say are my favorites, but it comes down to being blessed by those I work for.
I stated earlier I am adaptable, and that means I bring a nice and varied background, but I am more interested in learning about the next person who selects me and how to weave my experiences to make their life better, maybe even fuller.. any way I can.
Vicky Hi, my name is Rhea. Helping others has been my calling from an early age. Experienced, respectful, compassionate, CPR-certified CNA, with excellent patient care and documentation skills. Adept at working in a variety of home & health care settings. Patient, great sense of humor, fit physically/emotionally, & technologically savvy. Also provide enrichment activities such as, painting, singing, music, gardening, and more! Contact me today!