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My name is Stephanie Hines I'm a caregiver for 23 years I enjoy helping people I've been with the family for 18 years work with a company for 18 years the family that I've been with for 18 years I raised all the kids because the kids fall in love with me every family I work with they fall in love with me I'm responsible I'm loving and caring and attentive I enjoy being a caregiver I do live in care also
I'm a very caring compassionate person . I became a CNA because I love caring for others . I enjoy being a cna because I get to help others and I enjoy making a difference in others life's ~ putting a smile on someone's face . My personal achievement was when I went back to school to get my CNA license ~
I have been a caregiver and for sixteen years and absolutely love it. I love people and making sure their needs are met and their happy. I like to build a strong trusting, respectful relationship with them. I guess its the mom in me as I have 3 wonderful children that are all honor students, and they wanted to be. My most personal achievement was having my children, getting over some very tough times, and becoming an LPN while pregnant with my last child. I am very nurturing, apathetic, caring, respecful and kind. I would love to meet with you and see if we are a good fit, that is so important. I want you to feel as comfortable with me as I am with you. God bless. Marianne
Highly dedicated and resourceful Certified Nursing Assistant with an exemplary record of caring and thorough resident service. Adept at handling difficult or traumatic situations with complete courtesy and professionalism. Able to work well independently and as a resident health care team member.
Hello, my name is darcy novak, and im a former registered respiratory therapist. For 10 years i worked in two hospitals helping people with various conditions and disorders. While in school, i worked in home health taking care of the elderly. I continued working in home health after my hospital closed because i have always felt it was what i was meant to do. Please contact me if you're looking for someone dependable, kind, and compassionate. I do have my background check, as well as general liability insurance. Rate of pay per hour negotiable.
I have worked in the school district enviroment for over 11 years. I have worked with autistic students and there parents. I've worked with the elderly for the past 7 years. From Bathing, toileting, dressing, preparing meals, etc. I have worked for the past 7 months for a 94 year old women who was able to shower herself, but needed her breakfast and lunch made and a companion to read the paper to her along with being a companion during the day. I was able to drive her to and from the Doctors, hair dresser and we went shopping and medication reminders. I've worked with dementia, Parkinson's and hospice clients. I have a great personality and I'm very upbeat and enjoy helping the elderly. I love to talk and keep up with current events in the paper and on tv. I work very well with the families in the concerns there are with there love one.
"The quality of a society, I mean of a civilization, is also judged by how it treats elderly people and by the place it gives them in community life" - Benedict XVI Years later, Pope Francis addressed the issue again of the elderly in our society by saying that they are, "...a wealth not to be ignored." And indeed they are a wealth I have done my best not to ignore. I have spent a good deal of my life around and taking care of the elderly, from my grandparents, to the residents of Holy Family Manor, to those I meet in my daily routines. From a simple smile, to a kind disposition when helping them with everyday activities, it is important that we make our elders -feel- important. I remember when my grandfather first began showing signs of dementia, how there were those who backed away from him. I did my best to be there for him, lovingly and caringly. From listening to stories about how to cut stained glass, to singing "On Top of Old Smokey" with him for the hundredth time, all happily with a smile on my lips. Our elderly are a treasure, one that deserves companionship, kindness, and comfort.
I pride myself on being flexible,patient, compassionate, reliable and empathetic .I started in my field as a candy striper at age 16 and have been in human services ever since.I enjoy the one on one interaction and I learn so much.My greatest accomplishment is having the experience it took to care for my Dad when he was placed on Hospice in 2014.
I love helping people who need help with the tasks for independent living. I took care of my elderly mother for 6 years and found it to be very rewarding to me spiritually. She was very, very thankful for my kindness and empathy. This is important to me to make a difference for someone who needs help!
Ive always wanted to be in the healthcare field since i was a little girl and became a caregiver because i recently lost a grandfather and wanted to help other people and thier families. I know losing someone you love is not a walk in the park, but it can be a beautiful thing if you let it. I love helping people and I love to brighten their day. I am a 28 year old female who has recieved a CNA certification in June 2012 and is still up to date; I have experience working in the hospital and nursing home setting.
I cared for a woman called Nana when I was 19. Nana was quite a character. She was partially deaf and had hypertension and was 94 years young. Nana was allowed 1 gin and tonic per night and I remember hearing her yell down from upstairs don't water it down because I'll know! She was so full of life. I miss her. I later came to care for my mother and mother in law also 2 wonderful women. Both had many serious health problems that taught me a lot about caring with a sense of humor when needed and a sense of respect and understanding always. I have helped friends care for children, animals, seniors and I have always loved learning about all of them and making them smile trying to brighten their day even when they seem past hope. Just think, be kind, understanding, loving and respectful. It all falls into place
I am thoughtful and compassionate man. I like helping people getting what they need. I think I would make a good conversationalist with elders. I like listening to their stories. My teachers and friends have often called me more mature than most of my peers. One personal achievement that I am proud of is travelling a thousand miles away from home to pursue my education and hopefully establish myself as an adult.