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I have assisted clients with bathing and other personal care needs. I have also prepared meals and performed housekeeping duties on a regular basis. My experience includes Dementia care, along with other serious mental health issues. Several years ago, I attended a Practical Nursing program at a technical school in my hometown.
why i'm a great care giver because I have a heart for it, an a great compassion for caring for people. an when I do something I do it right, I like being a caregiving because I can show my love and caring for others n giving the care and respect that patients deserve. I also want to be a caregiving because I lost my daughter last year and I have a lot of love to give away an when I do a job I do it right. For me its not about the money its the love and respect you give one another.
1. I became a Caregiver when I was a young girl at the age of seven. I helped my great grandmother when she broke her hip at age seventy five. I helped her with physical therapy, medication, and meeting her many needs. Later on when I was flying for Delta Airlines as a flight attendant, my grandmother was diagnosed with cervical cancer. Every chance I had when I was not flying, I would help take care of all her needs. She lived for a few more years after the diagnosis, and it meant so much to me to be there for her during this time. 2. I love giving and doing for others by caring for them doing their time of need. It makes me feel like a true Christian to care for others in this way. It affects my inner soul that I am indeed doing God's work in this regard. I really love caring for others and I prove that every day with my friends and family. 3. I am proud that I have been married for almost twenty five years and have two wonderful children. It takes a lot of sacrifice, hard work, and understanding to have a great marriage and raise your children the right way. I love being a wife, mother, and the best Caregiver to them I can be. 4. As mentioned above, I am married with two beautiful children. I worked for Delta Airlines for thirteen years and taught preschoolers part time at a Church School for another fifteen years. I am college educated, CPR and First Aid Certified, and hard working. Based on my life experiences taking care of my great grandmother and grandmothe
Skills & Certifications: American Red Cross, Child CPR/InfantCPR
I have over 6 years of caregiving experience. I have worked in various places like Hospitals, Nursing homes and in home care. From 1999 to 2005 I was a Certified Nursing Assistant and went to a 2 year college to get my Associates degree in nursing, however due to hardships I did not finish and get my degree. I took a break from nursing for over 10 years to pursue a different career in retail Management. I just recently within the past year decided to get back into care giving/nursing.
I enjoy helping others. I love being a caregiver to be able to help the ones that cannot do for themselves or just being there to make sure they have what they need. I am very dependable and love what I do. I will go above and beyond for my clients as I would want for myself or my family. N
I became a caregiver because I absolutely love helping take care of people. It makes me feel good about myself and helps me know that im not a selfish person and don't care about only my health, but other peoples as well. I'm personally proud that I don't mind to get my hands dirty working as a CNA because we all know, it can get pretty rough! But i absolutely love it and wouldn't change my career choice for the world!
I have always been passionate about home health work because it allows seniors to stay in the home they spent their life building. I enjoy doing things out doors, I like to take my patients on walks (it able) around outside, or just to sit and the porch and soak up the sun. I have found in previous patients just that simple act is such a treat to the elderly who are home bound.
BEEN A CAREGIVER FOR 10 PLUS YEARS, HAVE CNA DEGREE BUT NEED TO UP DATE IT, AND I LOVE TO TAKE CARE OF THE SICK. GETTING MY GED AND MY CNA DEGREE. I AM 66 YRS OLD IN GREAT SHAPE AND LOVE LIVING , I PLAY TENNIS AND ANY SPORT I CAN. BUT MOST OF ALL I LOVE TO WORK, AND ALWAYS WONT TO STAY BUSY. I AM A CHRISTAIN AND LOVE THE LORD
From the young age of 6, I have always showed a passion for caregiving. It all started when I would help my great grandmother with needs of getting in and out of bed, dressing/bathing and meals. Through high school I worked weekends and summers as a lifeguard for private parties. I went on to graduate high school with my CNA, first aid and CPR certifications. At 26, I have 10 years of experiences in many different atmospheres of nursing; ranging from nursing home care, home health, to working in a acute cancer care unit at a hospital. I consider myself a perfectionist and take my role as a certified nursing assistant very seriously. I pay attention to details and try to give each patient a unique and respectful experience while under my care and maintaining the patients dignity.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I became a habilitation assistant because I needed a job. At first, I didn't think I could handle it. But I lasted almost seven years. I now need a change of pace from the group home setting of six clients and three staff - That's a lot of people in a small space! I'm ready now for one to one care. I became very attached to the clients in the group home. One of the women loved looking good before going out. During the six years I worked with her, I got pretty good at styling her hair, applying her makeup, and coordinating her outfits. She does not speak so it took time and patience for me to earn her trust and understand her cues. I am so proud of her progress using communication devices and touch to indicate her needs and desires. I like to help people do what they can't but I also like celebrating with them their achievements in caring for themselves. My father was able to stay at home instead of in a nursing home until he passed away, due in part to loving caregivers and hospice workers. If I can help people stay in a comfortable home environment as long as they can, then I consider myself privileged and blessed to provide that service.