To provide care for and or assist those that are less fortunate to be able to care for themselves.
I ALWAYS put the needs of the patient first.
I like being a caregiver because it gives me great gratification knowing that I made a difference in someone's life.
I am the mother of three well rounded,articulate,successful children.
I am a self statrting,highly skilled,motivated,individual whom's mission possible in life is to successfully provide skilled care and change the lives of others one person at a time.
My qualifications are to include:
Helping individuals maximize quality of life and ADL's conducive to reaching full potential by providing direct patient care. Able to provide hands-on care to patients by administering medications, managing intravenous lines, observing and monitoring patients' conditions, maintaining records and communicating with family as well as members of the healthcare team. Feed, bathe and dress patients. Take patient vital signs. Serve meals, make beds and keep rooms clean. Set up medical equipment and assist with some medical procedures. Answer calls for help and observe changes in a patient's condition or behavior. I have been a registered CNA/GNA since April of 2018. Taking care of others is simple for me something that comes easily and from the heart. I started doing this line of work to help better peoples lives. I worked closely with 10-12 residents daily working for Genesis Healthcare. I am caring, responsible, reliable, and dedicated to any and everything I do. I give my heart to those I care for. What makes me a good caregiver? Well, I don't get rattled when things "go wrong", I find the next best solution. I follow care plans to a 'T'. If I ever have any questions or concerns they are always documented and confronted. I'm a big sticker for organization and documentation. Like I said, it comes from the heart, and I think that combined with my knowledge and experience is what really matters. My latest TB test was done March 25, 2018 which came back negative. My latest background check, although not done through carelinx, I do have a copy for was done in May of 2018 which also came back negative. I am willing to take drug screenings as I know they will always come back negative however those will not come out of my pocket unless I'm being reimbursed. I understand the want to make sure your loved ones are being taken care of, with me they will be more than well taken care of, that's a guarantee.