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Very enthusiastic and a self-starter. Highly professional, efficient and skilled in a variety of accomplishments: * Trained on Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint * Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED certified * Gender Equity Training * Cultural Diversity Training * Human Subjects Protection Training
Became a caregiver to care for my Father in Law, Hospice trained me and he originally stayed in my home 5 months before passing at 92 years old. Since that time I've stayed with individuals and couples in different settings with different illnesses. Good hearted, happy Christian woman. Very sociable, kind, honest , trustworthy, dependable and caring. Love reading & cooking, If I can make a difference in the life of a loved one, then I am fulfilled.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
I love being helpful and lighting up someone life by doing the little things that people take for granted. With a smile, a positive attitude and a listening ear I serve my clients in every career I have experienced. I watched my mother take care of countless people in our community and that is what originally got me interested in caregiving. After a summer working with four clients of varying ages and mental and physical capacity, I find the greatest part of caregiving is spending time with people. I am most proud of the awareness I have developed about myself. I know my limits, strenths, ans weaknesses, and I am learning how to put that evoling imforamtion tto use in greater ways everyday.
I've always enjoyed caring for the needs of others. Which started at a young age assisting family members with all different disease's/disorders . Also was a live in care giver to a lovely lady for 3yrs and at the age of 101 it was amazing to sit a listen to all of her life struggles and accomplishment's. Its always been a rewarding to not just know but to feel that you made a difference in the final days of someone's life k owi g you done any and everything to help make their final days as pleasant as possible.
I became a caregiver because my grandfather had Alzheimer's before he passed away and I helped take care of him. I know how important it is to the family to have their families taken care of. I think my favorite part of being a caregiver is seeing my individuals accomplish something and them smiling.
It takes someone who is caring and compassionate as well as knowledgeable and professional to be a successful caregiver. Help manage patient schedules and ensure all doctor's appointments are kept. Perform light housekeeping duties and meal preparation. Administer medications following doctor's instructions. Help patients complete prescribed therapy and exercise routines. Remove safety hazards and report issues to management and/or family.
I've always been interested in providing Care for those who are not able to either of a disease disibility or age. I love and care for others exactly the way not only myself but my loved ones too. I have learned a lot in the dying experience it has never been the same exact way but one thing I know for certain that has remained the same that is and will be the care love understanding and a great deal of time love respect and deginty that I've always given to all of my clients/family and friends
I am very kind and considerate of the elderly and children. I love to work with everyone and provide positive companionship. I'm very patient as well. I can assist with every need of a client. Growing up my little brother was diagnosed with autism so I'm very good with special needs children and elderly. I'm 20 and plan on going back to college soon to pursue my dream of being a registered nurse.
I took care of my mom who had uterine cancer for 3 years. After she passed my dad got sick Had to have a pacemaker and had multiple aneurysms. And then he got cancer. I also cared for my mentally and physically handicapped sister who developed non alcoholic cirrhosis of the liver. All over a span of 10 years. I've cared for one gentleman over the past year and a half and I'm hoping to pursue a nursing career in the spring
I became a caregiver because I like to help people. I like the good feeling I get knowing I am helping someone. I am proud that I am a caring person and can help people of all ages.I am proud that I have helped people to be able to do things they didnt think they could do. I am a CNA1. I have been doing this for 10 years and I love doing it. I have worked with pediatrics, alzheimer patients, stroke patients, cerebral palsey, elderly,People with disabilities. I really love to help people.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant