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Hello I have been a caregiver since 1999 I worked in hospital nursing home private's homes assisted living CPR AND FIRST AID CERTIFIED I have passion working with elderly I'm a great listener I love giving to time and effort to all my clients I no I will be the right fit for this job
I have worked as a care provider for special needs kids for 12 years and moved into adult caregiving. I am a certified Caregiver and went to AZMTI for schooling to get my certification. I am currently working in memory care and enjoy it. I'm a very patient person which helps when working with the needs of my clients.
My experience is compromised of nearly 20 years providing excellent care in various settings such as hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, assisted living communities group homes and private residential homes. I pride myself in providing personal quality care that is tailored to each individual to meet their specific care needs ranging from recovery & rehabilitation to end of life hospice care and support. My personality traits of compassion and drive to help others are key in assisting clients to maintain their highest level of self care as possible while helping them meet their currents needs with respect and dignity .
I am passionate about caring for people. I believe that one should always treat others the way they want to treated, with respect, patience, dignity, and kindness. I enjoy caring for people and loving what you do is most important to being able to give others the best care. Raising my daughter Saturday (11 years old) has shown me everyday what a gift it is to have such love and compassion for others and also having taken care of my elderly parents has been a gift so it is my family that attracts me to the career in caregiving. What I enjoy most about caregiving is knowing that I have made each day more positive and hopefully helped someone to feel better emotionally and physically. A personal achievement I am most proud of is my volunteer work at Scottish Rite Children's Hospital where I was assigned to the Oncology Unit and working just to make the children on that unit love, play, or do artwork taught me how precious life is and how even the smallest kindness matters more than we know.
What would make me be a great caregiver is that i have a sense of empathy, caring either for a small child to and elderly person. I understand and connect most of the time with Patients that they can create a sense of calmness and trust with in me. I also have lots of Patients for those in need of my help i listen to what ever they have to tell me so they can feel some affection towards a caregiver. What attracts me to being a caregiver is that i myself have grandparents living with me i know as getting to a certain age you need help and cant do many things for yourself, There for this is when i realized this would be a perfect job for, since i love to help others in need or may need any type of resources from me. What i enjoy most about being a caregiver is that you get to listen to other people, have a conversation with them and help them feel better. A personal achievement that i am proud of is that i have grown in this career path not only as for who i am but also my capability of managing a professional Medical Assistant in me and helping those in need of my help.
Four years ago I retired from nursing. Recently, I moved to Phoenix Arizona to be near family. I have one married daughter in Phoenix where I presently reside, and another married daughter in Peoria. My daughter and son-in-law in Peoria have one daughter and are currently expecting their second child. Prior to moving here, my most recent pertinent work experience was as a homecare non-medical provider to an senior woman in her Kansas home. Though hired as "non-medical care provider" much of my assistance with this woman did revolve around her medical needs as she was an end-stage cancer patient, as well as diabetic. I helped manage her medication schedule, transportation and ensuring she went to medical/doctor appointments. I also monitored her daily health needs such as blood pressure, blood sugars, etc. I would like to care for you or a loved one in your home, and assist you with some of your care needs. I am willing to assist with light housekeeping, meal preparations, exercise/physical therapy programs, transportation and occasional errands or grocery shopping. I enjoy reading, baking, music, walking and spending time outdoors, as well as spending time with my family. I would be delighted to come work for you! --Freida McMahon
I believe I am a good caregiver because I have been on both side of the experience. I started care giving when I was 19 for my great grandmother who was on hospice and getting in home care. I was young but able to understand the significance in knowing the difference between " quality of life " vs " quantity of life " . And I also saw the great importance of being able to trust your loved one in the care of a stranger. Building a repor with your client is key to a successful experience for both sides!
I'm a very compassionate person, and I've enriched the lives of many, while in the comfort of their own surroundings. I've worked in the medical field as a respiratory technician for 15 years, and I've been a certified caregiver for 20 years and found that in home health care is where my passion lies. The majority of my clients are elderly, and to remove them from their surroundings can often cause them too much trauma. Being in their homes with them, and assisting them in day-to-day activities, is always more comfortable and provides a much happier environment. I know at the end of each day I have shown them compassion and made their lives more comfortable and peaceful. I am certified in CPR and FIRST AID, and I am a CERTIFIED CAREGIVER. I also have an extensive medical background as a RESPIRATORY TECHNICIAN ,and other aspects in the medical profession.
I have been a Caregiver/ CNA since 1998. I handle anything you throw my way. I have worked with people in early stages of demenita to the last stages of life ( hospice). I love the work I do because it keeps me humble. Working with people in all diferent stages in life is not for everyone. But I do believe this is my calling. Being a caregiver has also helped me become a better mother to my 5 children. Because without patience and understanding it can all go array. I'm hoping that one day I can take all the skills I have learned over the years and become a great nurse.
I am a professional caregiver with several years of of experience in attending to all of my clients' needs. I am patient, compassionate, caring, and thorough in my work, always treating my clients with dignity and respect. I am quick to respond to clients' ever changing needs. I have succeeded in raising the activity level, mobility level, and self-esteem of my most recent client, which individuals in the community have often pointed out to me. I am quick to build a great rapport with my clients. I enjoy helping others and improving their quality of life. I not only want to consider myself a caregiver, but also a friend.
I have family of 3 kids after the left I have the need of finding something to be occupied and I got my frist experienced and love it it makes me so happy when I see happy faces and I enjoy being helpful for somebody at one time they were full of energy 1 feel so proud of myself after my husband passed away 2006 I was able to continue with my life helping people and that is something to be proud I am very active person I get sick if I don't have nothing to do enjoy cooking and gardering
I was previously working in a hospital in the Philippines as a Nurse assistant. I finished my CNA training program at Samland Institute of Allied Health-park Ridge IL last May of 2014. I have also successfully completed the written examination of the State approved CNA training Competency evaluation taken last June 2014. I am a hardworking individual with lots of patience and compassion for my work.
Caregiving is something that I should've started to do a long time ago. I believe being a caregiver is a natural talent for me. I love spending time with people of all ages. I really enjoy looking after my sister's children and I also find great joy in spending time with my grandparents. Making them happy and comfortable is rewarding. I like being the person that can help with daily activities, it is a fulfilling position. I'm thankful that I'm capable and compassionate about caregiving, I think it's a blessing to be a blessing.
I became a caregiver because i enjoy helping others . I have worked helping others for over 10 years and it has been a great job I look forward to . I have worked as a Home Care provider helping families care for there loved ones. Also have worked in Group Homes. I have just moved back from Washington State which i was certified Home Health Aid by the State of Washington. I have many reference of families i have cared for. I am comfortable around pets we have two puppies. I'm certified in First Aid & CPR adult and Pediatric and AED. Also certified in Cultural Competency 101 and diversity and Article 9 Certified. Also have my Arizona fingerprint card.