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I worked for seventeen years as a home health care med certified caregiver , I have also worked on a critical care unit. Illiostomes, colostomies, aids patients , blood pressures ,diabetics also caring for people with physical and mental disabilities to keep them in there home . I cared for my mother while she was in my home to ensure her care was properly given until lung cancer finally ended her life . I worked 17 years as a care giver for mentally ill and mentally challenged individuals. I was med certified and still have my cpr card.
What makes me a great caregiver is I treat them like their my family. I love and care for them like I'm suppose to. One this that attracted me about caregiving was I was going to help people with their lives and it makes me happy when I help people. What I enjoy most about caregiver is I get to know new people and spend with them. Learn things about them. Become a caregiver and an mother.
Hello my name is Judy Fugatt I am 23 years old I have 4 kids 2 year old 3 year old 12 year old step daughter and a 17 year old step son. I went back to school to get my stna to help others I watched my mother be an stna my whole life so I went and got my stna I love being able to help and hear there story from way back then as most of them say to me (: I'm easy going. I would love to work for your family.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I took care of my terminally ill grandmother and take care of my mother who has dementia, father has CHF and diabetes and my nephew has a rare disease that I play a big part in helping taking care of him. I love the fact that I can take care of someone who is need. Graduating with my Associates Degree in Medical Assisting. I am an honest, trustworthy, dependable and caring person who is always wanting to help take care of someone in need.
I am a very dependable caring person. I have done this kind of work for 17 years and I have been an aide for 3 years. I knew I wanted to be a care giver because I like to help people and make sure their needs are met. I think it is very rewarding to be able to help somebody with something they can't do on their own. I am proud of the STNA licence I received after I passed my test
Hello my name's Josh! I am a fun, and loving aide who has a natural talent with helping others! God has chosen this path for me, and I never thought I'd enjoy it so much! I do this for God! He gave me this amazing gift to really feel for others and want to help! Whether you're religious or not, you can appreciate those values! Everyone has these amazing lives, and I am so blessed to hear about them! Happy hunting, and thanks for reading!
1. I became a caregiver because it has always been a passion of mine to help others I enjoy caring for other people. 2. I like that I am able to help someone meet their daily needs who can no longer do those things for themselves. It is important to me that my clients are well taken care of. 3. A personal achievement I am proud of is continuing my education in the medical field. 4. I am currently a college student studying health information management technology.
Skills & Certifications: CPR & BLS
Hi. I love helping people of all ages and relate well with everyone. My degree is in special education. I chose this because I wanted to make a difference in the lives of others. I taught pre-k students with autism and middle school students with behavior, emotional and learning disabilities. I currently work for a Home Health agency in Florida but am relocating to the Lima area. My clients are diverse in their needs and their ages. Three of my clients are visited in their homes and one in an Alzheimer's center. When I visit my clients, my goal is to take care of their needs, help them to have a great time, keep them happy and smiling and make their day brighter. My philosophy is that I take care of my clients the way I would like my family and friends or myself when the time comes, to be cared for. Most of those in the Alzheimer's center can't really communicate their needs. I have gotten to know most of them and love interacting with them. If it's cold, I get them a blanket. If I think they want a snack, I get them cookies or ice cream. Sometimes we sing or dance or paint...anything to keep them active. I am very passionate about caring for others. I love babies and children as well. I believe that play and social skills are as important as an education. Of course learning can be fun :) It is important to be well rounded. Those who know me would say that I am kind, sincere, genuine, responsible, caring, fun, dedicated, helpful, can multi task,