To know that I'm giving my best to others in time of need is what gives me purpose. I became a caregiver for my mother, when she was recovering from several surgeries, in different skilled nursing facilities. All the while, making many observations concerning the staff and noticing their attention was not up to my standards of what genuine care should be. I knew then, that I could make a difference and was compelled to. Since, I've made strides in obtaining education with certifications; continue with on-line courses to keep me informed with state guidelines and any changes that occur in the health care field...because this is vital. Moreover, I sincerely feel this is my true calling; I find it very rewarding to nurture. I possess emotional and mental maturity necessary for establishing and maintaining a good working relationship with my client and the client's family. I also encompass dignity, patience, courtesy, integrity and a warm sense of humor. Oh! And I love to cook!
I've been a caregiver for over 18 years now! I have reliable transportation w/a Texas drivers license. My automobile insurance, CNA, TB screening and CPR are all current and in good standing
Thank you for the consideration. Well wishes finding the right fit!
I am a certified nurse aide with 18yrs experience in hospice and pallivative care, long term and short term nursing facilities, home health, hospitals both adults and children, Wildord hall at lackland AFB. I am a compassionate and caring. I speak spanish and enjoy cooking. I am certified restorative aide to help with exercise. I am a empathy and compassion aide that enjoy working with elderly people in a home care setting. I've been a cna for 19yrs and enjoy the one and one care i can give. I am patience, reliable, trustworthy, flexible with schedules when needing a change. I am empathy and compassion aide that enjoy working with elderly people in a home care setting. I enjoy the one and one care i can give. I am patience, reliable, trustworthy, flexible with schedules when needing a change. Good day. I am a 56 yr old father of 4, experienced caregiver. I attended Baylor University in the 80's for a couple of years before enlisting in the USAF. I worked with students with disabilities for Northside ISD for many years. For a few years now, I've immersed myself in the seniors care field and have devoted my work to assist the families of: a WWII 94yr old veteran with dementia and blindness, a 63 yr old retired DEA agent with Parkinson's symptoms, a charming southern lady with fall risks, an army veteran with Alzheimer's, and a former Texas cowboy with post-traumatic brain injury. I'm well versed in providing many services required in at-home caregiving. I have helped with everything from mobility, light housekeeping/meal prep, meds mngmnt, and bathing to companionship, bathing, wound care, and physical/occupational/speech therapy exercises.
I believe if given an interview, you'll see I might suit your expectations. Direct communication with me optional.
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