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I'm a dedicated person with a family three. I love being a caregiver and I believe it's one of my greatest strengths. I enjoy reading, and the knowledge and perspective that my reading gives me has strengthened my care giver skills and abilities. I have worked in this field for more than four years while I'm taking nursing courses. It's my passion to provide a quality care to all human beings. I'm not happy unless I know I'm giving my all.
Hello my name is Gina. I have been providing home care services for about 10 years. I have earned my license as a Certified Nurse Assistant. I have experience with the Hoyer lift, bathing, dressing, grooming, toileting, diaper changes, meal prep, light house keeping, running errands, I have reliable transportation for any doctors visits, and much more. I provide quality care with kindness, respect, and dignity of the client. I treat my clients as I would like one of my loved ones to be treated. I love what I do. This is a very rewarding career and I look forward to meeting you and your loved one!
Dedicated CNA i have experience working W/ the elderly in home care settings & also nursing homes. I enjoy helping others in times of need i provide quality care by assisting them w/personal necessities such as dressing, bathing, W/ hygiene needs & any daily activities. I also have great time management skills im organized working with others. Lastly im also bilingual I'm able to speak Spanish fluently, as well as read and write it.
Good Morning! I am Patti a 52 year old(young) honest, friendly, caring, compassionate, patient, attentive, non-smoking/drugging woman who is ready, willing, and able to help you when you need it! For the past 9 years I was a Personal Caregiver for a 98 year old elderly woman with errands, paperwork, Dr. appointments,and grocery shopping. I also helped an elderly man in his 80's with Parkinson's for 1 1/2 years. During that time I was responsible for medication management, wound care, bathing, personal grooming, dressing, meal prep, feeding if needed, house cleaning, and laundry. I have been certified here from The Care Academy for being a Professional Caregiver, Preventing Falls In Older Adults, and 5 different categories for Alzheimer's and Dementia . I currently drive an elderly woman with Dementia to Daycare 2 days per week her daughter hired me, and gave me a 5-star rating on care.com so I have excellent references. Thank you, I look forward to helping you soon!
A little about me, I'm 20, I've been in home care since I was a little girl helping to take care of my Nana, it's part of the reason I chose this career. I'm loving, caring, compassionate, emphatic, fun, energetic, honest, intelligent, reliable, and very sociable. I love my job because I love helping others, I love the idea that even if it's a small one I've made a positive impact on someone's life. Getting here was my biggest accomplishment yet but I have so many more goals for my career.
I am a very compassionate and caring person. I enjoy helping people. I derive a great sense of satisfaction in knowing that I have a positive affect on the individual I am caring for and they feel assured that they are my number one priority. I would have to say that I am proud that I raised my daughter to have compassion for other people.
Hello My is Nancy, I enjoy working one on one with people, and I especially love to make them smile by doing little things to brighten their day. I'm a registered CNA and HHA. I have taken care of several family members and friends of family and I've worked as a home health aid. Every person is special and everyday can present a new challenge and I am constantly learning from my clients. One woman in particular that I cared for was 65 yrs old. She was deaf & mute and taught me ASL sign language. So taking care of an individual is part of the job, but 'Caring For Them' is a large part of My heart.
I have always liked people and helped others. I been a caregiver on and off for over 30 years. I have taken care of many people like they were my own family. My patients needs and wants will always come first. I may someday need care and i will give my patients the respect and care that I want for myself if needed someday. I would prefer a live in position. You may ask what have I been doing. For the last three years I have been with a wonderful lady who pass on her 102 birthday and her daughter who will be moving to an independent living on Oct 1. This is why I will be leaving her this house is to big for the both of us and there to many memories here which we both become sad at times. We also laugh because we have so many good memories of her mom. She needs to start her new life. So send me an email if you think I may be the right person for you love ones needs. Please feel free to ask me any questions you have. Thank you Nancy
I became a care giver because I love what I do, n I love to take care of people . Seeing the smiles on their faces, that someone really do love what they do. Im most proud of getting back into school and sticking to it. Im a cna, certified for 8years now. Working part time.and going to School full-time. To become a Rn.
I became a care giver because I was a recipient once and those care givers changed my life. I want to share the love and care I received from those ladies. The joy of being able to give the recipient the independence they need with my assistance in the comfort of their home or residence of their choice. I have been a care for 15year. I generally love to care for others. I have very good transportation with full coverage auto insurance.
I want to make the lives of my residents happy, safe and to the fullest. Help them with all their personal needs. I been helping people for over 14 years and I love to make their life enjoyable. They have given so much during their lives that it's their turn to be help and to receive. I am a CNA/ PCT/ Med. Tech/ RCA. I am able to do blood drawing, vital sings, blood sugars, I/O, catherition and any other task that are required by a CNA. I will take good care of your family member and treat them with the respect they deserve and treat them like I would treat a member of my family.