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What make me a great caregiver is my personality I am a very happy, caring and loving person with patience and a little over 10 years of experience. What attracted me to be a caregiver is wanting to be an assistant to those who can no longer assisted themselves with daily living activities. What I enjoy most about caregiving is the client and just being able to be there to give a helping hand . My personal achievements that I'm proud of is getting my job done each and everyday to the best of my ability.
I have worked as a cna for over 30 years, I have a lot of experience and I have worked in nursing homes, hospitals and hospice. I enjoy working with the elderly, I will take care of your lived as if she were my own family. I have a huge caring heart. I have reference if needed. Please call at 7247713175 thank you.
I am a semi-retired RN and want to continue working with people as an in home caregiver. I provide supportive, helpful relationships that meet the goal of achieving and maintaining a person's health and independence, or respite for family caregivers. I have years of experience in geriatric nursing, dementia (Alzheimer's, stroke), brain/neurological disorders, mental health and home health care. I believe in maintaining people's independence, respect and dignity in the safety and comfort of their own home. I have been described by families and clients as compassionate and caring with a sense of humor that helps establish trusting, dependable, warm relationships. Hourly rates are negotiable, unlike home care agencies that charge min.$28 for staff with NO medical background other than OTJ training. I charge $20-$25 depending on number of hours and live in or not.
Being a mother, I have learned several traits that has allowed me to be great as a caregiver. These traits include patience, compassion, the ability to listen and understand others as well as being able to aid with problem solving. I am interested in being a caregiver because I enjoy being in the company of elderly people. They always have a lot of knowledge to impart on me. As a result, I learn a lot from them. I enjoy being able to help others, learning from them and becoming a friend. One personal achievement I am proud of is being able to go to school and earn my degree. Due to my going to school, I was able to learn more about Alzheimer's Disease and obtain a certificate for completing the class. Finally, I was able to graduate with my Associate's Degree in Medical Assistant.
My compassion and love for people makes me an exceptional caregiver. I've been in the field for 15 years plus. I became interested in the field caring for my mother whom I lost to Alzheimer's along with other medical complications over 20 years ago. I truly enjoy and love my work, and take pride in caring for my clients.
Hello, I would like to thank you for taking the time to open my profile. I would like to take a few minutes to tell you about myself. I have been careing for family's and their loved ones for over 30 years, must say I love what I do. I take every family that I choose to care for to heart as like a member of my own family. My goal is to make sure my client lives the highest quality of life possible. I know that I am capable, confident responsible and ultimately trustworthy. I have my most experience with cancer patients, stroke patients and Dementia/ Alzheimer patients. I find joy most doing two things for my clients that makes my heart filled with joy, that's caring for them with all my heart, and cooking meals for them that are prepared with the same love. I also have my past families recommendation letters on hand to email to you. I would appreciate it if you can take a moment and read them over to get a good feel of who I am and exactly what I do. Thank you for your time.
I enjoy making a positive difference in the lives of the persons I serve. I understand what is needed too be a excellent caregiver too the persons I serve. I have 25 years experience working in Home Care and also Directed Care in group home setting. I recognize the need for discretion, tact, patience and good judgement. I'm committed too go above and beyond too deliver the outstanding quality of care that is deserved.
I been doing home health for multiple years because I like helping people and also learning things from the people I take care of. What makes me a good caregiver is my ability to go above and beyond the normal to brighten someone's day and to know that there are people that need and appreciate my help.You have to have patience and a caring attitude some cases are harder than others but in the end its about helping people stay somewhat independent and the need for loving dedicated caregivers are on the rise.