The most reason I become a Caregiver, because I grow up with my grandma, as part of our culture and custom, living in extended family. I get use to their personal needs and learn a lot from their knowledge and wisdom, which now a days new generation despise their precise deep experience in life. I'm proud to be a caregiver because its in my blood, living together with elderly under one roof. I do respect and adore them.
I worked as a caregiver for more than 15yrs. I can do most of everything like bathing, cleaning, hair done, medication, transferring, use hoyer lift and much more. I took care a wonderful elderly lady she was 113 years young. She passed away on the 29th of July 2015. I believe she is the oldest person in the Monterey Peninsula. I have the most experience from this gorgeous lovely lady. Compassionate, loving, patience, honest, trustworthy, quality of life, treat them like my family and respectful.
I have 12yrs experience as caregiver, like dimentia, stroke pt., alziemer, diabetic, parkinson and etc...light housekeeping, laundry, preparing light food and transferring bed to wheelchair likewise.