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I'm a passionate patient Caregiver. I love to care respectfully for our Elders and those in need. I enjoy most Caregiving is doing for those whom can't do for themselves. A personal achievement is being in a Christian Ministry for years helping and caring for Elders, Mothers to be and ill individuals in our congregation from the kindness and passion of my heart. I love when I get to cook for my patients, they are always so satisfied. I am attracted to Caregiving after I cared for my Father, I saw the awful treatment he was getting.
Hello, my name is Liberty. I am currently enrolled at Central Community College majoring in nursing and also playing softball. I am a very outgoing, energetic, and motivated individual with a very bubbly personality. I have always been one that loves helping people, no matter what I get out of it. It could be as simple as just being someone's friend for the day. I believe that it is a very rewarding experience being able to make someone's day with the smallest things. I take a lot of pride in being such an easy person to talk too without any judgment. Let me know if you are interested in the work I do! Liberty
I was an hairstylist for 25 years and loved it with a passion. My mother had a very serious medical condition so I took a leave of absence to care for her and realized that she was more important than doing hair. So I decided to go into the medical field. She needed 24 hr care. So I decided to get my Med aide license and hopefully soon pursue my career in becoming a medical assistant if time allows. But my passion now is the love for people and to care for them. God has blessed me with with a lot of gifts with the use of my hands and a heart to spread around in helping others. I lost my grandma in 2016 she had dementia that took her mind and soul and I also helped taking care of her with the help of hospice and other family members. So caring for individuals is what I do best...
Hello my name is Angelina broadway I'm currently employed at Nebraska medicine . I'm a patient care tech. Patient care tech is a nurse assistant we help the nurses with order that doctors are giving like feeding them at meals giving baths transport Patients to MRI or X-Ray. I have 8 years of caregiving. I plan on continuing gaining my nursing experience and go back to school March 7th 2020 to get my RN . What attracted me to be a caregiver is being able to give back and help out being there when no one is available to support
What makes me a great caregiver is that I admire what I do. I wouldn't trade it for anything in the world. It's always been a passion for me to help others, especially those who aren't able to help themselves due to age, or medical reasons. I've had this thought in my head since about the age of 10! I love it!
I became a caregiver because there are so many people who are in need of assistance and understanding. So many caregivers are just in it for the money...and have no personal comittment to the person they are hired to care for. I like being a caregiver because at the end of the day you know you made a difference in someones life.I am proud of the the 25 years I have spent in this career. I love what I do. I am 47 years old and believe that doing what I love as "a job" has kept me healthy and feeling great all the time. Its not a "job" ..it was my calling in life.
My name is Christina, I got my CNA certification on February 21st of 2018. I am 18 years old and I graduated from Papillion Lavista north a year early as a junior in 2018. What called me to be a caregiver is my empathy for others and naturally calling to help other people. I enjoy working as a team with family's and employers to help bring the best service and companionship possible with my patients. I am responsible and able to manage multiple tasks at hand with time management, and always get my work done to the best of my ability. I have a flexible schedule and enjoy growing and meeting new family's and members of my community to care for.
I became a caregiver because I have always had the heart to take care of people, especially the elderly. I became a CNA at the age of 18 and have been working at the Eastern Nebraska Veterans Home from age 18-20 (I still work there). I got a private home health care job opportunity and fell in love with it and want to keep doing it. I am a very positive and cheerful person. I love helping people and forming connections with them.
I very much enjoy spending time with and helping other people. I've always been one to put everyone else needs in front of my own and love to put a smile on the face of others. I come from a big family and raised my younger brothers and sisters and now have 5 children of my own, so I would like to think that I've been taking care of people my entire life.
Experienced caregiver new to Nebraska area, relocated from Arizona. Finishing classes at Bellevue University, Bachelors in Human Service Counseling/Criminal Justice. Ideal career will be elderly protective care. I have chosen caregiver, CNA and Med Tech most of my adult life, as it is my calling.
What makes me a great caregiver: I'm fun, outgoing, energetic, talker, a great listener, love to be busy. I became a caregiver because of my dad. He had gotten sick back in 2008 and I didn't like the way he was treated and not getting the treatment he deserved. So I don't want any family to go through what I did with my dad. So it was my dad who turned me into the best caregiver I can be. The best part about being a caregiver is being one on one with my client. Giving them all of me not just part. A personal achievement I have is being able to keep my clients HAPPY and in there own HOME . If I can do that then in my heart I know I'm doing what I'm suppose to do.
I worked as a CNA for a few months an absolutely loved my job. I got to know each resident on a personal level and I miss it so I chose to give this a shot. Im glad this is flexible because I am finishing up my last semester of college and still need a job. I love caring for others, especially my grandmother which drew me to my career path. My grandmother has dementia and is slowly losing herself. I love to help her and care for her when she needs it. I plan to go to graduate school and become an Occupational therapist, also caring for older adults. I think it is important to help older adults be as active as they can.