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I consider myself to have been in the care business for a number of years at one time owning my own in home care services and then later graduating with a master's in counseling offering other services of clinical care, and pre need services. Now I'm at a point in my life that I just want to slow down a bit, still helping, but give of my time to families who are in need of help in Care giving. Care giving is very rewarding, no matter what capacity of care giving, it gives to self worth when you can truly find the time and open your heart to someone in need.
I am punctual, very compassionate about what I do for people who have lost some independence from a life event. Compassion for the family involved to help lessen the burden. I like to tell stories that help the family get to know who I am and I love to hear stories from them as well. I have made Caregiving my Career and take it seriously to become highly regarded and recommended. I enjoy helping the patient and their families keep their lifestyles they have without interruption. I like seeing results so with that being said, I had achieved my series 6 & 63 license (which was a challenge for me) and was proud to present products that would get higher interest with low risk. I also did debt settlements and was happy to negotiate the lowest rate for my clients to settle. I work hard and with compassion whether your my customer, patient, friend or family member because I believe everyone needs help sometimes and I look past any obstacles getting it done.
Since I was a young child I loved helping people, so when I grew up I entered into healthcare field so i can continue doing what was so dear to my heart. I have over 10 years experience being a certified nurse assistant, home health aide and many other certifications.I love taking care of people and bring joy to them with the care they need. I have excellent references, that I can provided upon request. I'm very a reliable ,honest, compassionate person that will meet the needs of care..
Compassionate caregiver with home disabled clients. Proven track record of excellence in providing for daily needs, including homemaking, cooking, transportation, and supplementing therapy. Have received frequent commendations from clients and families for compassion, efficiency, and time management. Praised for patience and problem solving.experiences whit patients whit dementia,Alzheimer's, Parkinson's etc
I love taking care of people and and have been taking care of my family and others for years. I have empathy for seniors with mental and physical disabilities stemming from my experience taking care of my family. Because of this it is also in my personality and heart to care for others and I take pride in helping and improving their life. I have experience working with elderly with Alzheimer's, mental and physical disabilities. They respond well to my personality and I have the required patience to aid them with their daily activities. I am also there to talk to them when they need. I speak English, Visaya, Tagalog and a little bit of Japanese.
For me makes a great caregiver when the client and thefamily trust you andwhen they are comfortable working with me. I became a caregiver because that my passion to take good care to the elderly. I likebeing caregiver when my client establish rapport, communicating with me and respect me. The personal achievement that I proud of when I finished my Bachelor Degree in Nursing.
I'm a good nature, compassionate, very caring to people and natural in caregiving, I have 12 hours certification on Caregiver Core, and 11hours certification on Mental Health, and I'm currently still finishing up my 23 hours online class with dementia care certifications. As a young kid at 11 years old, I help take of my aunts mom who had Alzheimer's, took care of my sick brother who was in and out of hospital for 3 months. Later in my life when I got here I got here in the bus by 2008 I took care of my mother who just a had stroke she bed bound for over a year, I was 24 hours caregiver, she recovered from in the middle of 2010, and then early 2012 she was diagnosed of stage 4 lung cancer, I took care of until she past away four months later. After she past then I became my father in-laws primary caregiver as o have been already during the time my mother in-law is sick. My father in-law suffers from deabetes type 2, and dementia was there for him from the beginning until the end stage of dementia and eventually until he past away on June, 2015- I discover since I was young that I love caring for people I love to make people happy,...I know that caregiving is gift that I was born with, I know that this is hard job for a lot people if it's not nature to take on big responsibility. I take that responsibility seriously just like I would care for my own family.
I became a caregiver when my father became ill . I took on the responsibility to care for him and make him comfortable in his final days . I want to continue on being a caregiver because of my undying love for my own mother who died of stroke couple of years after my father passed . My compassionate nature and high level of commitment to my work combined with my hands on experience in personal care makes me a perfect candidate for a great caregiver . Every time I work with the patient it always gives me the feeling of satisfaction and determination to help them live their lives to the fullest with dignity , happy , safe and well nourished . ... making sure that their needs are met from the smallest task to a task that is challenging for them to do . I am trustworthy and responsible person who take great pleasure in all kinds of caregiving tasks.
Caregiver I started working as caregiver since I was 13 in 1976 when my step great, great grandmother was very sick and moved in to our house bedridden patient. I did everything for her: feeding, cleaning up all kinds of messes, bed baths, sponge baths, undressing, dressing, grooming, transfers with assistance since she's very overweight, showing kindness, patience, empathy, compassion, genuine love and care, respect and dignity. Then, I was taking care of my grandparents, my father who was diagnosed with CML until he died on 2002, some relatives and friends. I worked with people with medical issues: blood pressure problems, endocrine disorders, diabetics, stroke sufferers, different types of cancer, brain disorders, mental disorders, Alzheimer's and different types of Dementia, Parkinson's, ALS, MS, and more. Since I arrived here in US in 2007, I worked in six-beds board and care, Memory Care facilities and Assisted Living facilities, private homes, in-home cares (IHSS), housekeeping, laundry, range of motions physical exercises and more. Then, I went to school and became a Certified Nurse Assistant and had worked in the Skilled Nursing Facility. Also, I resigned my job in the facility on 2016 to take care my Mother-in-Law who was suffering from Parkinson's Disease. She died last month, October 25, 2019.
For me being a great caregiver is giving all your best care, understanding and patience to your client and treating them as my own family and feel they are special. Most enjoyable part of me being a caregiver is the feeling that the client and their families trust you for your work and believe's in your skill and knowledge,and they treated me also as part of their own family. achievement that i am proud of is when i finish my bachelor's degree in Respiratory Therapy in my country and i will still continue my education here in United states.
What are your personality traits or expertise that help you be a great caregiver? *Being a great caregiver means you have to be able to utilize all of your skills and abilities to provide the best care. With my over 10 years of experience in geriatric care, healthy dieting, safe physical activity, med compliance, I have been able to do just that. What attracted you to being a care giver? *My heart for wanting to provide the best care for those who have experienced so much in their lives is what attracts me to being a caregiver. Additionally, I have learned that my ability to be observant, compassionate and a great listener have been vital to the success of my caregiving career. What do you enjoy most about being a caregiver? *Spending time with my clients, being there for them when they are in need, and applying my vast array of skills to my profession are without a doubt what I enjoy most about being a caregiver. What is a personal achievement you are proud of? *Becoming a mother is by far my greatest accomplishment. Although I'd like to think that the skills that I have acquired have allowed me to be a great caregiver to my clients, it is apparent that they have also allowed me to be the best parent that I can be as well.