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I am a professional caregiver, who is committed and dependable, on time, caring, very attentive, honest and trustworthy, pleasant, loyal to my job, willing to work with tough client's, care about my job 100% and have a passion in what I do, a great listener, show compassion, treat clients as if there are my own family, don't take thing personally, allow clients privacy, making sure there environment is safe at all times, very supportive and encouraging to all patients needs and care.
As a certified Home Health Aide with 3 years of experience, I believe that I am well suited for this position. In the course of caring for the elderly and infirm, I have become adept at working in a home setting I am passionate about caring for individuals with disabilities and the elderly. My previous experiences position me well to perform HHA duties efficiently. I am extremely proficient in administering personal care to clients including dressing, oral hygiene, bathing, skin care, and feeding. I am also a nutrition expert, can take accurate vital signs, and assist clients in daily living activities using different methods. My outstanding communication skills and ability to work independently will allow me to be a considerable asset to your organization.
I love working with the elderly i grew up with my grandmother therefore im very compassionate in what i do i also get along great with the elderly me helping them and to see a smile on their face makes me happy i have been working at the same nursing home for almost 20yrs so this should tell you a little about me
Here are some of the traits that make Me a great caregiver: Empathy and compassion. Working with people in a home care setting, it is essential that a caregiver feel the desire to want to help. By showing both empathy and compassion as a caregiver will let the person they are caring for know that they care about the person and want to do what they can to help them. Patience. When you work with someone who needs home care it is important that you are patient and understanding. It helps to sometimes put yourself in the other person's shoes and see what it might be like to ask people for help. Reliable. A great caregiver is someone that can be counted on to be there. If the caregiver says he or she is going to be there to provide home care every Thursday morning, then the caregiver shows up, unless there is an emergency. Those needing home care services need a reliable and dependable caregiver. Trustworthy. Most people who need home care services are in a vulnerable position. They are inviting someone into their home to be near their valuables. A good caregiver is someone who is trustworthy in this regard, as well as in being trusted to keep the client's information confidential. Flexible. As with most things in life, home care needs may change and unexpected events can happen. A good caregiver will be prepared to go with the flow, being flexible, so that they continue to provide good home care, even if a rigid schedule isn't being followed.
I have a lot of patience and I am upbeat and happy so I can cheer sick and depressed people up. My reward is when my client says "thank you" and gives me a big smile. Then I know I have a mission to fulfill. I know CPR and I actually saved "my lady's" life when she got a pill stuck in her airways, and I did the Heimlich Maneuvre on her as she turned blue and she got the pill up, and was able to breathe again. I take a lot of pride in my work. My clients can trust me and I am very loyal Plus I am also extremely flexible. and I always do my very best to please my client and make sure she or he is happy, comfortable and content. When I cook, I use the best and most healthy ingredients. I love my work and I find it is a labor of love to care for elderly.
Hi, my name is Natalie. I have been in the caregiver for over seven years. I am passionate, and caring about the jobs and assignments that I take on. I am currently seeking a night time position with the right family, where we would connect and have a great relationship. caregiver has been a wonderful experience. Seniors has a unique way of looking at the life and I have grown to love and very excited and passionate about my job. I was able to be around my grand parents and take care of them and now I believe that doing this is my passion and I know that my grandparents was happy I was willing to take care of them we all brought something new to each others daily life. As I continued to take care of others. There is nothing like hands on training.
A professional teacher from Africa but I always wanted to be a nurse but never got in because it is very difficult to get into the nursing school back home, when I got the opportunity to come here I saw it as one I can't let slide so I decided to chase my dream no matter the cost even if it means me starting all over again, studying nursing at Queensborough Community College is a dream come true and having the opportunity to help take care of people is what I always wanted to do. I just love my job. And all the people I have been to always want me to replace their existing aide because I know what am doing and I do it well
I can utilize various skills I have gained working in the caregiving field. I desire an opportunity that allows me to incorporate my caring and compassionate nature while allowing me the chance to grow in my career and acquire new skills and face new challenges. Caring for those in need is my passion and I am excited for the opportunity to assist people.
I have 3yrs experience at being a private companion and 3yrs experience at being the lead night aide at Olsen's Rest Home. I'm very passionate about my line of work. I'm professional, driven and strive to perform to the best of my abilities. I'm a quick learner, excellent mutlitasker, and knowledgeable. I encourage a fun and fulfilling lifestyle. Safety first but laughter and happy memories are key!
*What makes me a great care giver is I adapt to my patients needs. *I took care of my grandmother until she passed, and I decided to share my compassion with others. *I love learning about my patients ; there lives: what they did in life, about there families and it gives them comfort and I learn a lot. *I have been a Nursing Assistant for 14 years. I have a lot of experience with an array of situations so I am able to understand what my patient may need, and help the family to understand