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I started doing home healthcare when I was 18 and fell in love with it. However, I entered into another field and stayed until I took an early retirement. I now currently have my CNA II and looking for more home caregiver opportunities. I have seen how much better senior live when they are able to stay home as opposed to nursing facilities. They are comfortable in their own environment and thrive when given personal care.
Hi, my name is Bobbie! Growing up, my nana was and is my best friend in the whole world. She has taught me everything I know, from cleaning, sports, cooking, all of it. I would go everywhere with her. Every Sunday we would go to nursing homes around our area and bring gifts, sing, or just hang out and talk to everyone. It was my favorite day of the week. I think being a care giver is the most rewarding job. Getting close with them, and treating with the love and respect that they deserve is what I live for.
My name is Kennedy. I am 21 years old. I love to care for people. I try to give love and help. I meal prep, cook, clean, do laundry, go to doctors appointments, help with the bathroom and baths. I also just like to sit and just be a companion because everyone needs someone. I enjoy seeing smiles an hearing stores about the patients life. I am a people pleaser all the way. I love to make people happy. I have a Great Aunt with dementia, a grandma with one kidney and a very weak cardiovascular system and both great grandparents who have had multiple strokes. All I want I is to help and bring smiles to people I care for.
I have a big heart and often times put others before myself. As a child I always wanted to be a nurse but couldn't follow through with the needle portion so I found a caregiver job where I could still be hands on helping individuals and found it to be enjoyable. I enjoy the bond a caregiver gains with the individual they care for. When I care for someone it's almost as if they become family and we learn a lot about each other. I like to do my best to make individuals feel comfortable around me, to think of me more as a friend than a worker so they can be themselves and enjoy life without the awkward tension of a stranger caring for them.
I am a dependable and compassionate caregiver. I feel I have many different qualities that have helped me become a better CNA/Caregiver over the last 3 years. I am sympathetic, loving, sincere, considerate and very loving. Over the last 3 years I have taken plenty of vital signs, assisted with ADLs, engaged in conversation, maintained a clean household and so many others! The thing I love most about being a caregiver is how rewarding it is. I have a clean background, I am CNA licensed through the state of Indiana and I am in the process of transferring my license to North Carolina.
I have caring,warm,and loving personality. Being a mother was the first thing to attract me to caregiving because my caregiving triats started with caring for my kids and learning how to be nurturing and have the mindset to want to learn about the quality of life. The things I enjoy the most about caregiving is the feeling I leave each an every one of my client's when care for them or show genuine compassoin for what I do. I keep in mind that I have parents who I cherish dearly, I have kids, and I one day will also need a caregiver wether it be my kids or someone like myself.
I am 40 years old. I was an LPN for 17 years. I have been a personal caregiver for the past 3 years. In my nursing career I have worked in nursing homes and in a critical care hospital. I enjoyed both very much but my heart is in geriatric care. I have specialized in caring for dementia patients for the majority of my career. I love taking care of people and take great pride in my work. I have learned a lot while working in the healthcare field but my favorite thing about this work is that you continue to learn new things every day. Each person I care for is different and original in the things they like and dislike and getting to know them is key to being the best caregiver I can be. No matter what I learned in school the best education I could ever get comes from getting to know each one individually and having the opportunity to work with them.
My name is Victoria Favreau and I am 21 years old. I am married to a Marine and live in Havelock. I am fairly outgoing and love conversations. I am very family oriented and my one passion in life is helping other people and I feel accomplished if I can make at least one person smile daily. As someone that had to be taken care of a good chunk of my late childhood, I understand needing a helping hand and now that I am able, I wish to be that helping hand.
Im a great people person. I have a very caring and attentive personality. I enjoy doing things for others as well as making them feel good. I have done this work before and it truly brings enrichment into my life just caring and doing for others. I don't just love to do things for others, I truly enjoy the conversation and smiles I receive for becoming a friend and not just a care giver. I try to always understand how my patient is feeling as well as being as tender and as emotionally supportive as possible. I would love to help your loved one as well as your family.
I am a 22 year-old, Certified Nursing Assistant looking to help, love and care for others who cannot to do so, entirely, on their own. Aside from my outgoing and selfless personality, I am a very hardworking, honest and trustworthy individual trying to pursue a career as a Registered Nurse. To say the very least, I love people! I enjoy talking with and learning about others, their history and experience as a human being. Nonetheless, I take great pride in helping others to reach their full potential despite the presence of any self-benefit or lack there of. Since the moment my mother was diagnosed with breast cancer, I was certain that I would work in the medical field. At the age of 10 when I learned about my mom's diagnosis, both my mind and body were taken over by this burning passion to enter the field of oncology. However, I discovered through personal experience that the nurses, who cared for my mom day in and day out, were really the people who made the biggest impression and ultimately, made all the difference. Had it not been for those considerate, loving and beautiful souls who cared for her, my mom's battle against cancer may have been MUCH more heart wrenching and devastating to our family. Among other things, their comfort and support motivated my mother to keep pushing even on her worst, most brutal days. With that, It would be an honor and my absolute dream come true to have the opportunity to provide such sincere love and generosity to other people, with hopes of making the same difference that those nurses once did.
1. I love to help and care for people. 2. I am so proud when at the end of the working day, everyone is safe and happy and they tell you you've done a great job! 3. I am honest and always on time. I love to work and I am a good listener. 4. I always do my best to achieve my best work!