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I love working with people with special needs because many of them don't have families to care for them. I see it as pity and helping them and showing them love means so much to me. What attracted me was when my grandma was sick and couldn't do anything for herself so I had to help her do everything and the reason is because my father couldn't do it alone. She always needs my attention which shows me that no matter what or how a person is, they need to be loved like everyone else. Doing what I did for my grandma and seeing how happy she was makes me want to continue to do it for others. What I enjoy mostly is spending time the individual do things that makes them happy. Personal achievement I'm proud of is being a caregiver to those indeed.
Hi! I'm Mary. As a loyal, compassionate, innovative and trustworthy 53-year-old female I look forward to meeting you and interacting with your loved one(s) as needed. Companionship? Hospice? Encouragement? Specialized care? I'm here to embrace LIFE with them at whatever point they are at. Easygoing, calm, and nurturing is my nature, gently firm if called for. Experienced with Alzheimers, frustrations of aging, dementia, Parkinson's, feeding, grooming, etc. I'm also experienced with all aspects of household management-- meal prep (a good cook!), communication, light housekeeping, laundry, organizing, errands, transportation, scheduling, and general assisting. I provide excellent care with an emphasis on dignity and respect. Current availability: full-time beginning January1, 2020. *on time* *interpersonal skills* *English speaking* *love pets*
I am hard working, patient and compassionate. I am able to handle any situation that comes my way, while keeping my composure. I was attracted to this field of work because I believe in making the best possible use of what you have. Being patient and "passive" is not always viewed as a positive thing, but if I can leverage my personality traits to build professional relationships that are mutually beneficial, I believe that is a truly rewarding experience. I am a natural problem solver and that's what makes this job enjoyable for me. I like the fact that every day is different and brings new challenges that translate into learning experiences. I aim to learn as much as possible, at all times, regardless of circumstance. I am proud of the fact that I am able to remain positive and take something away from each experience I have in life.
Hi, my name is Viridiana Rojo (Viri) and I would love to help those in need. I had a grandmother in Mexico that I have helped take care of when I visit, usually 2 weeks at a time. She had diabetes therefore I am familiar with the care she needs, from medicines, skin care routines and helping her around the house because she is not able to walk nor see properly. I also cared for a senior from 2016- July 2019. I would help her with her medications, hygiene, meal prep and picking up groceries. I have a toddler and an infant of my own that I love very much and thanks to them I have learned new skills that I will be applying in any given job; multitasking, communication, housekeeping, meal prep, patience, initiative, and finding new ways to entertain and make someone happy. I hope I am a good fit for your family. Have a wonderful day.
I have been a caregiver for 15 years. I have continued my education as well. I love working with diverse clients. I work with the elderly and mentally disabled from children to adults. I believe that it has always been my calling. I am very respectful, compassionate and caring. I am responsible and trustworthy.
My name is Barbara Duus. I am a native of Colorado and have been married 30yrs. I have lived in my current home for 28years. I have over 40 years of caregiver experience. My goal as a caregiver is to keep one thriving in their own home; to spoil them; to provide a safe, nurturing, loving relationship and companionship. The individual I care for will feel special and loved. They will feel happiness, joy, contentment, balanced, engaged, and comforted. I am a caregiver because this is where I find my fulfillment in life. I started caring for my grandma, "Nano," when I was 13 years old. She was confined to a recliner chair.I will never forget those days with her. I knew then, I had found my calling in life. Aside from that, I am especially proud of the hospice care I have provided. I am creative, "old school," compassionate, honest, organized, patient and very empathetic to my clients needs.
It makes me a great caregiver because I care about my resident and I always make sure that they are getting the greatest care that they need. I became a caregiver because of my grandparents and also I love caring for other people. My personal achievement that I am proud of is being a Certified Nurse Aide and Medication Administration for 3 years now and as a student to become a great Nurse. You can contact me via text or call or even email.
Have always had a respect and admiration for our elderly. Helping, seeing them smile and laugh makes me smile. I have spent 20 years in the health field arena. Seventeen of those in clinical research as a coordinator. For 12 years I have worked part time as a caregiver, evenings and weekends , providing companionship, an awareness of medical needs, spiritual inspiration, planned activities and hospice care. I have certificates and training in CPR, Alzheimer's, Professional Caregiver Education, Advanced CareGiver Training, medical terminology and phlebotomy.
I have been a caregiver for over 30 years and enjoy working with people and being part of their lives. I ran a retirement home as an assisted-living director and ran the dining room and started the Alzheimer's unit. I have been working with home health agencies and also at facilities and enjoy doing activities with the residence and seeing people smiling and laughing because most of them do not have families that come and visit them so basically we are their family. I enjoy being a caregiver and being in their homes because then you get to be one on one with them which makes caregiving more personable and it's a blessing that most of them can stay in their homes. Being a caregiver is not a talent or something that you can be trained on it's mostly what's in your heart and knowing that the elderly need good people to take care of them and One day we are going to be in the position where we will need someone to take care of us so knowing that there are good caregivers out there it just makes it easier on the family to take care of their loved one.
I became a caregiver because I always wanted to find a career where I could make a difference in someone's life. I have a passion to help people who can't do anything for themselves. What I am proud of is when a client told me, " I am blessed to have you in my life" and make me an acrostic with my name to describe my character. I felt I did something positive in that client's life, which makes me love what I do! I am reliable, dependable and trustworthy.
Reliable self-focused nursing assistant with excellent patient care and customer service skill. I have developed strong technical skills that could be fully utilized to achieve high levels of patient satisfaction in diverse health conditions. Certified Nurses Aide, Current CPR, QMAP
I am a caring and compassionate person. I decided to become a caregiver because I enjoy helping people. I like to make my clients happy. It means a lot to me to be able to help them, to make them laugh every day. I take great pride in helping people with activities that would otherwise be overwhelming. I always give 100% and do the best job I can, with no exceptions or excuses.
I started helping my grandparents at a young age. I could relate to them, and would sit and listen to 78 rpm records, w/ my grandfather, and he would tell me stories about the music we listened to. I traveled around the World, w/ my parents at their families,and would have to help them in their needs. In 2000, I started working at Nursing Homes in Boulder, and have continued to this day. I can relate to the elderly, whether they are male or female. I like seeing them happy and pleased, when I have helped them in any way. The fact that I have been with various clients for over 6 yrs. continuously, before they have passed on. I live in Lafayette, Colo. Am a homeowner, am very religiously minded, and am always putting "other people first", before myself. I always think of the aspect of: "how would I feel, were I in the other individuals' shoes?" and how they would want to be treated?