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I just moved here from Oregon. In order to take care of my father. I have worked for the department human services of Oregon for the last 11 years around seven days a week. 9716735100. I can give you client referrals upon request . I love the work . I have my CNA and have held it from 1989 City year 2003 . Could not change the date on this listing however, With my 30 years of experience, I'm currently looking, eagerly waiting to help you and yours, best regards Tonya Good.
Hi my name is Josephine Reyes I have been doing home health care for a little over 11yrs i love working with patients and getting to know there family.. i know to its hard to trust some one to come in and be with your family member but sometimes it could be the best thing you could do for yourself and your family member and to get the help you need to assist the member of your family you love ..
I am patient, very very patient. Above all I am kind and loving. I am a hard worker and am always going above and beyond what is even asked. The reason for me doing this is that if I see a need, it gets taken care of. If it will benefit my client or make them happy then I'm all for it. I really miss my grandma and grandpa so anytime I have the opportunity to spend time with elderly really makes me feel comfort. In short, I treat whoever I'm caring for as family and I hope to be looked at the same. Nothing makes me uncomfortable. I've been in some rough situations with caregiving (comes with the territory) and can always work it out to be a positive experience. I have had a few "difficult" patients (as described by family) but have never had anyone I could not please or make happy with my efforts. I'm a people person and my passion is caregiving. I'm more than dependable. I am more than capable. I have my own way of caregiving and that is with love, respect, and compassion!
As a growing child, watching my grandmother die made me feel helpless and terribly sad. I felt i could have tried to stop her from dying, but how much could an eight year old girl have done. That pain was not wasted as it spurred in me the desire to help other sick people recover and not die. That was how my desire to become a caregiver started. My desire was to obtain a degree in nursing and start from there. I pursued it and had just my senior year in the BSN program to finish up before i was unjustly removed from the program for a reason that is yet to be explained to me. It happened during the summer break, after i had successfully concluded my junior year. It could not do much as an international student, since the verdict came close to the resumption of a new semester, as delaying to switch major would make me drop out of status with the immigration. I had to transfer my hours to General Studies just to graduate. Even though i lost that degree, my skills learned are still with me. I have also obtained a CNA certification just to help me remain in care-giving until i am able to go back to get my RN licensure. Being a caregiver is my calling, so i am not giving that up. My personality is very persevering, goal-oriented, compassionate, empathetic, detail-oriented, with good judgment, with good work ethics, treat people with respect and dignity, etc. I remember that whenever i deliver care to patients and residents., they compliment my thoroughness & attention to detail. I hope to find a opportunity here to keep builing my skills. I am illing to relocate to anywhere and have work authorization.
My journey into Home Health, Hospice and Caregiving started unexpectedly and quite personally. My then 16-year old daughter was diagnosed with a very rare malignant brain tumor. Fast forward 21 years. Although I enjoyed a very successful career as an IT Consultant, it was not emotionally satisfying. I am a caregiver at heart. I have cared for a young woman, now a young adult since her diagnosis with muscular dystrophy as a child. This is on an as-needed basis and she now enjoys independence in her own home. Working with my elderly families has been extremely rewarding. And caring for someone in their final season of life is something God put me on this earth to do. I raise an amazing teen granddaughter and she keeps me young at heart. Her love for pets keeps me on my toes with her two dogs, one cat and Waldo - her turtle. I am enrolling in the WINGS program and will receive my Certified Nursing Assistant(CNA)/Home Health Aide Certification in fall of 2020. This will be immediately followed by their Medication Management Certification program. Although I have performed in these roles and more for two decades, I have only recently decided to accomplish these Certifications. *Note, Any overnight, weekend or holiday shifts will be on an exception basis only*
Compassionate care giver experienced with patients with dementia, stroke, multiple sclerosis, diabetes and other chronic conditions. Have experience as an EMT working with patients of varying ages and genders. Can perform housekeeping duties, assist/remind clients with medications. I worked for many years as a welder but have desired to work in health care for many years, and am passionate about caring for people with needs.
I am a great caregiver because I started developing the interest while taking care of my father who became sick for a long time and it was me an my mother who where taking care of him. After he passed away I decided to take up this profession so that I can help other people who need help like my father and make a difference in peoples lives that is what I love most with this job. I do my work diligently and my clients end up treating me like family members and a friend. I enjoy listening to my clients testimonies of how much I have effected their lives in a positive way and to me that is a great achievement. I am a mother of 4 children, married for 16 years, am a Christian believing in the second coming of the lord Jesus Christ. An American with an African origin from a Country called Uganda East of Africa. Very Hardworking and compassionate.
I became a CNA/Certified CPR for the elderly because I absolutely love the elderly and feel they deserve respect in the fullest degree! I love helping people and truly go over & beyond for my clients. I am very trustworthy, dependable, and I am a very hard worker and I am a true friend and I'm very compassionate about what I do for sure!
I am Ashley , I am a Cna/Chha. I have about 4 years or more of verifiable employment with agencies. When I'm not working with an agency, I do private duty off and on for 10 years. I have done that off and on since 2008, I have also helped my best friend ambers family. I was a companion for her aunt two years. I got 10 years of experience total. Im compassionate, dependable, honest, and trust worthy. I can pass a drug and background check. If you have any questions please feel free to message me back. I also provide a notebook, to log everything that happens during my shift. I'm open for interviews starting, and can start as soon as you need. I can do 4-12 hour Shifts. I can only do afternoons to over nights. Pay is depending on services needed.