My name is Samantha, I'm a Certified Nurses Assistant . I'm honest, reliable, trustworthy ,dependable ,compassionate and flexible. Being a caregiver is my passion. I became a CNA over 15 years ago, I received my education and training as a CNA in 1999. I just recently completed a course in June of 2015, just to update my skills and knowledge as a CNA. I have experience working in all types of facilities such as; Long-term and Short-term care, Res care and Assistant living. As well as working with individuals having difficulties with physical and/or Mental health, post-op surgery care, Alzheimer's, and Spinal cord injuries.. I am a 49 year old woman who has raised eight children who are now all adults. I have always had a passion to take care of people from a tender age of seven years old. I was the caregiver for my younger brothers and sisters, my elderly grandmother, my sick mother and for my former husbands who had terminal diseases.
I'm great at what I do and I love what I do, which is take care of others. I like to engage in friendly conversation but also be respectful of my patient and make them feel as comfortable as possible. Every patient that I have ever had has always been very satisfied with me an in fact didn't want me to leave their homes.
I enjoy putting smiles on the faces of my patients and their families. Sometimes the family needs a bit of relief from taking care of their loved one and that is also where I step in, to also help the loved ones of the patients as well.
I am reliable, dependable, punctual, respectable, kind, caring and compassionate. Most people would describe me as being too nice, but that doesn't stop me from being who I am! I am also trustworthy!
Look forward to working with you and taking care of you or your loved one. Hello,
My name is Leilani, considering I'm the oldest out of 6 children I know everything there is to know about team work. I currently work as a in-home care provider in penfield ny, taking care of an elderly woman who has COPD. But I live in Hamlin ny, distance is no problem, Ive worked on multiple cases with individuals/family's that suffer from Parkinson's disease, heart failure, Alzheimer's, dementia, developmental disabilities etc. Along with my care I can provide organization (meal preparation, medication log, light housekeeping) grocery shopping/errands, bathing/clothing, changing catheters & depends, I also have reliable transportation and references. I knew I wanted to pursue a career in health care my senior year in high school when I volunteered as a classroom aide everyday after school 11am-2 p.m. working with children who had developmental disabilities. I've participated in the Special Olympics and also lots of separate field trips/ activity