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I became a caregiver to provide warmth and comfort the the elderly and disabled. I like making the client feel secure and know that they can trust me. I give 110% to everything I do. When they see a familiar face everyday it makes them feel good and their willingness becomes better as the days go by. Their faces light up and they talk to you about anything that's on their mind. Even if they say the same things over and over again, it gives them great pleasure that you are willing to listen. Seeing the happiness on their face is the best achievement that I could ever give. Knowing that they are happy and content. I have been doing this so long, it doesn't feel like a job more like accomplishment. Helping people who can't help themselves. Lite housekeeping, medication reminder, food preparation, bed bath, baths, errands, medical visits, arts and crafts, accompanying them outside, laundry, inventory and anything else they will need. My serves is available Monday thru Friday. Full days
I am efficient with time. reliable and honest and drives my own car. I enjoy helping the elderly and just about anyone with special needs. I treat them as my own family I provide help for them. It brings me joy to see my clients happy and able to stay in their own homes. Many are not able to do for themselves, I'm always there for them to cover their everyday needs...I took care of them to the best of my ability...I can be recommended by many families whom can be contacted by phone at anytime...My last client I took care of her for over seven years. We became very close, I still visit her final resting place as often as I can...
I am a 29 year old female that have been in the health care world for over 10 years. I am a HHA and CNA in which I preform a lot of private care to the elder. administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse or aide, and ensure patients take their medicine. Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs, and with dressing and grooming. Care for patients by changing bed linens, laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care. Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discuss observations with supervisor or case manager and what ever else is needed from me. I am very patient, compassionate, loving, and very down to earth. I treat my elders just how i would treat my family. i also have my own transportation and will not have a problem getting to my destination when needed...
I admire my mom and my sister on their passion as a nurse, it started when I met my moms friend at her work place when i was abou 14; a Korean who is paralized from hip to toe, we became friends and he shared how my moms job helped him and many others at the hospital it started there and i persuit nursing. After i graduated in nursing my first job was a fulltime with a Patient with Parkinson's for 3 years until he passed away. I am compationate with my patients and i ensure I can give them the best care I can.
1. I became a caregiver due to my passion to help the seniors who are vulnerable and it is also where my skills in medical field can be applied. 2. The things that I like as a caregiver are: it hives me joy, it is also a very good livelihood, it can also develop very good relationship between patient and me. 3. The personal achievement that I can be proud of is, this job provides a chance for me to exercise my skills in dealing with patients who suffer different kinds of health problems aside from old age. 4. I am a teacher bh profession and I have 10 yrs experience as a biology teacher in my country then became an early childhood teacher/administrative assistant at Queens, NY from 2000 to 2011. I have delivered my professional skills as a teacher and administrative assistant in a professional way, with due honor, respect to co-workers, parents, students and my superiors. I aldo started my course in nursing at QCC-CUNY. I am a hardworker who trully do my duty diligently with care, trust snd respect. I have been a caregiver since 2011.
I became a caregiver when I was a little girl, I use to take care of my younger brother's, sister's and other family members. I enjoy caring for people because its something that I've been doing for as far as I can remember. I attended and completed a course in Direct Care Professional at The Bronx EOC 2008. I worked for The Arc of Westchester serving children and adults with development disabilities for five and a half years and I also attend TCI College for Human Service. I currently work for Sheltering Arms as an Overnight Supervisor helping and caring for troubled youth. I am caring, giving, hard working and have a lot of patiences. I think quick on my feet and i am a very quick learner.
What I think make me a great Caregiver, here are just a few things, I am a very Patience Person Reliable, Trustworthy, Caring, Flexible and Hardworking. I'm a Certified, talented Home Health Aide with a great deal of experience in caring for the elderly or handicapped persons in their homes. if you would like more information about my skills I have a full resume and references that I can email you thanks again and have a great day.
I am very responsible for the care and well- being of others. I am very trustworthy. Dependable, and patient I have a sense of empathy for my clients I am able to separate myself from potential anger and resentment and not take the situation personally, all while still providing high quality care services. I recognice capabilities and encourage self- sufficiency while still providing necessary level of care and attention. I have known since I was a child that I wanted to work in a job where I could truly help others and this is why i am very grateful and have so much things to be proud of because I've helped people and always make them smile.
I became a caregiver when I was responsible for taking care of my mother before she passed away. What I get of being a care giver is making a difference in someone's life. My greatest achievements and what I am most proud when I was caring for my loving mother. I was the best and most unselfish thing that I have have done. I am a mother of 4 grown children and the grandmother of 8. I and a Certified Nursing Assistant, a Certified Clinical Medical Assistant. I enjoy helping people. I love walking reading, and working with the elderly. I have excellent references. I am also willing to do some overnight duty is necessary and given advance notice.
I became a caregiver because I grew up in a children's home and there was a particular elder lady who took an interest in me. I grew to love her and felt a need to protect her, as we developed a close bond. When I became 18, I was visiting her at the nursing home until she passed unfortunately. In addition, I love working with the elderly & interacting with them.
I believe that I am a great caregiver because this term represents two different concepts that I am passionate about: care and giving. One of the most vital characteristics of a dedicated caregiver is the ability to provide comfort to individuals who need it most, and the most rewarding byproduct of this field is the gratitude and appreciation I perceive from the patients. I became a caregiver for two main reasons; primarily because the ability to assist others appeals to me. The other reason why I entered this field is because ever since I was young, I have appreciated the efforts of caregivers around me who altruistically performed their duties for both relatives and acquaintances. There's a difference between providing a service and providing a service with a full heart and with the intent to not only perform a duty, but to also be human. I recognize that this is a stressful time in the client lives, and that during the present, it is most important to give them the attention that they require in order to heal both physically and even mentally. What I am particularly proud of in terms of my achievements are that I achieved my intended goals and wanting to obtain an Associate Degree as a registered nurse. This is something that I always wanted to accomplish, and as I am currently working on my BSN. My perseverance have surprised even myself, as I did not know that I was this passionate about my career and that expanding it to its full potential would give me so much pleas