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Hi, I'm Veronica Hernandez A Former 12Yr. Skilled Nurse For Veterans Affaires Current CNA/HHA/RNA. Future LVN. My current Residents is in Pasadena. For the past 17 Years. I've Provided In Home Private Care for Quadriplegic,Paraplegic Veteran Patient's,Hospice,Stroke,Cancer,Surgery Recovery,Dementia, Alzheimer's,,Depression Arthritis and Companion Caregiver. My duties were as follow Administer/Order Medication,Hygiene,Vitals,Bowl Care,Foley Catheter,Irrigation,Deep Wound Packing, Medication Administration,Therapy,Asst With Dressing,Inn/Out of Bed Transferring W/Without Ho ya,Doctor Appointments,Charting,Lite Cook/Cleaning,Personal/Household Shopping,Outings,Nail/Hair Appointments,Reading,Walks. Extremely Reliable,Professional, Very Patient,Nurturing,Organized Woman. What makes me a good caregiver is that I can take control of any situation in a Very Camly manner & never take anything personal. I take Pride in caring for the Elderly providing He or She with A - 1 Care He or She Deserves making each day fulfilled with safety and happiness . I need No Direction in my Daily Responsibility Available for Short Notice calls as wells as ER. 24Hr. Care if needed. CNA.,CPR. Certified,AAA Full Coverage Insurance, 4 Contact/Letter References on hand. Available for personal interview at your convenience with current References. Looking for Long - Term Full Time Position Only. Hourly Rate will be Ajused Accordingly on Any and All 8 - 24Hr. Shifts. Looking for a Loving Family that Needs a Nurse that has a Pleasant Sense of Humour to come on Board. Thank You in Advance, Mrs. Veronica
Greetings :) My name is Sioana Fieeiki, but everyone calls me Jojo! I can be very quiet at times, but you can feel the love and good vibes that I come with. I love to be happy and share that happiness with others by simply helping out with whatever I can. Determination, kindness & genuine love is what I live by. I'm determined to build a friendship with my client. I am kind to my client at all times. I show genuine love to my clients. Eventually, my clients become family to me . I've been a caregiver for 6-7 years now. and have worked with numerous of families throughout the years. My goal is to always make sure my client and their family are satisfied with me at all times. So if there's something my clients aren't satisfied with, I'll fix it right away. My clients happiness comes first. Always! I've worked in different fields since high school such as a cashier, a cook, customer service reps, etc. and have never really found any joy in it. Until one day, my mom ( who also works in the caregiver business) asked me to stay with her client one day (private home care) so she can run to a meeting. In the few hours I've been there, I grew a bond with the client. I made a friend. Ever since then, I've enjoyed being a caregiver. I love the relationship you build and just being able to make someone happy or make their lives a little easier for them. That gives me great joy knowing I can help make a difference in someone's day.
Besides my experiences, I know that I am always a caregiver because I love helping people not only for my love ones but also to someone who is needing my help which I did as long as I could and I always do things from my heart. I mostly love being around with the elderly people because they inspires me in a lot of ways. And I choose to be a Caregiver for the elderly ones because of my parents..My Mother has Dementia and my Father is blind and bedridden for 3 years .We are poor and my role is the breadwinner of the family back home in the Philippines... I worked for an airline company based in Germany and I took the responsibility of taking care for their medications,doctors,food etc, And the only time that I will be able to physically take care of them is when I got my vacation which is not enough ..but I can't stay longer away from my job since nobody would take care for the rest of their needs. My father passed away in July 2010..I went home for his burial and stayed for another 5 weeks so I can take care of my Mother. 2 months later she also passed away. I lost my parents in the same year and that was one of the most difficult time I had...I knew that they will be gone one day because of their condition . But when it happened I felt the pain and emptiness of having no parents ...that one day I will come home without them. This is why I switched my career from airline job to nursing elderly people because doing this will give me the opportunity to continue caring for my beloved parents...They are my inspiration. And its a great pleasure for me to be given the chance to share my honest compassionate care to your love ones.