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I love being a caregiver first of all because I like helping others, it gives me a sense of satisfaction and achievement. I take initiative, I am responsible, compassionate and a quick learner. I am very enthusiastic when I am doing my work because it is what I love doing, and what I do best. I am known to provide quality care. I would have loved to take care of my mother when she was sick but unfortunately, I could not leave my job and I did not see her when she passed away. I believe that is one of the reasons why I am so compassionate and patient with the elderly because I see them as my mother. I also took care of my mother in law before she passed away. I have very good recommendations that I can provide from all the patients' families I have been blessed to take care of.
Besides experience and knowledge I acquired from nursing school, helping others has always been my passion. I find joy and fulfillment knowing I make a difference in someone else's life. I am patient and willing to adjust to the needs of my clients. I try to put myself in their shoes, to try and understand them. I treat my patients with love and respect, and with dignity, just like how I would want to be treated if I was in their same situation. Since I was a young age, I have always been interested in helping other people. I enjoy helping others who have trouble helping themselves especially the elderly. I completed my vocational nursing studies in 2012 and it was at that point I realised that helping people is my calling. I love that being a caregiver, you can make a difference. It's a rewarding experience providing care and assistance to those who are no longer able to do so and to know that I have done my job right when I see smiles on their faces. The moments that make me most proud of as a care giver is when I see my patients doing well, seeing their happy faces.
I am compassionate and caring specially to sick and older people. Being a caregiver I felt like I make people who needs me happy and feeling well and I am proud being part of another family. I am experienced almost 8 years now. All my previous clients are greatful and their family that they have me.
I've worked as a home health aide for seventeen years now,excellent customer service, overnight care, alzheimer's , dementia, parkinson's care and more,provide patience with help in or out of bed or wheelchair. making patients feel comfortable and safe of being able to be in there own home, knowing that I'm able to help and be there for them and keeping them safe.
I'm a very nice person with a good attitude, i like to follow instructions, I been working with people for 15 yrs I decided to be a care giver because i like to help people I enjoy working with my patient because i feel happy when i can be part of their lives help them with their needs one of my achievement is when one of my pt had stroke I was able to help her to recovery.
I have been working as a Care giver for almost 3 years, and I am confident and proud to say that all my clients and previous employers have been very satisfied with my work performance. I am caring and loving person and I have the ability and skills to socially mingling with the clients, families and friends and the like. I always treat my clients not just someone who gives me my pay check at the end of the day, but I always treat them as family. Hence, the care, love, respect and safety are my utmost priority.
I've been a caregiver for 3 1/2 years I just recently had cared for a 94 1/2-year-old woman who had dementia some health issues diabetes and I did shopping, three meals a day, took her to doctor appointment handled her medication, took care oh her pet dog, consider myself a very loving and caring Caregiver.
I am a happy, healthy, compassionate, loyal, patient, loving person who found my caregiver calling late in life. I am 61 years old and have been doing this for a little over 7 years. I love what I do but don't have enough of this in my life I need more of it. I started when a couple different neighbors of mine took ill and didn't have any family to help them. I had my CPR CERT so I said why not and when they were better I decided to make this my work. The first client I had was in very bad shape when I met him, diabetes, renal failure, heart failure, living on his own not keeping up with his meds or taking his insulin properly. I called his Dr. got him on a med schedule and with the right food, TLC and exercise he did quite well. Since then I have had several different clients, one was on hospice and others I took to dr appts., med Mgmt. , meal prep, errands and companionship. I enjoy my work and I work hard!
Being diligent, loyal, trustworthy are the strong traits that makes the clients satisfied on my genuine service. They make me feel a kind hearted person with charitable acts, no second thoughts of protecting people whenever they said in me, If they can let me stay with them 24 hrs they will but on second thought they still want me to have time with my family. Clients and residents in facilities always told I am different I always find ways to go beyond on what they expected. They gave me a great knowledge to face different circumstances on different condition like Dementia, Alzheimer, Arthritis, Cancer recovery, COPD, Depression and etc. They taught me to become expert in giving shower, grooming, Laundry, Cooking, Preparing meals, walker, wheelchair, nebulizer, Inhaler, Oxygen. I am always looking forward on the good result from having a good working relationship with the client and extended with the family meaning their enjoyment from all the effort and right care I deliver with their loved one. I've learned to be more patient, in every situation listen more, learn more and smile more thats the correct way to grow in this field that God chosen for me. I am very thankful to God he trusted me this very rewarding profession. In the process I am the one who benefited the most.
As a child I love my parents, and all of those elderly is the reflection of my parents. Being a caregiver, I established more patience and always consider the needs, feelings of my patients. I will proud of myself if my patient will cooperate and do their ADLS w/o hesitation through encouragement, therefore harmonious relation to the family as well as the patient will stablish.