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I am empathetic, compassionate, nurturing, attentive, dependable, committed, organized, happy, patient, honest, industrious, quiet, energetic, conscientious, clean and kind. As a child, I was always in the company of older folks in my community - so much so, that when I was 17 years old I took care of a 76 years old family friend on the weekends for 3 months while still in high school. I was always running to assist them when the need arises. The elderly comes first for me all the times. I was a volunteer at my church's Assisted Living Facility for 5 years, helping the residents with grooming, dressing, feeding, exercises and just general companionship - chatting and making them happy and joyful. I just have this natural passion and respect for them and humanity in general. I enjoy the satisfaction that engulfs me when I perform a task that they might feel a little embarrassed about but, because of the manner in which it was done, (privacy, respect) they just looked at me and say thank you so much, Joan or just smile confirming satisfaction. I also feel ecstatic and encouraged when family members and friends use words like - "Joan, you are the best" "you are a God-send", "you are special", "Joan, I could never do what you do". and you do your work with such professionalism. I am very proud that, through hard work and commitment to serve , I have gained the trust and respect of all seniors I have met and cared for.
1) I am compassionate and caring, always seeking opportunities to aid My clients. They can enjoy, and experience everyday activities and things that matter most in their ever-changing life. 2) My Father needed help beyond what my Mother were physical able to provide for him. It made me more compassionate to helping him, and others. 3) When the Family and Client feel, the pressure of not knowing that there is hope for their love ones to be happy again, I can help put a smile on their face again. 4) That I have been fortunate to work in different States with different Clients, and to have had great experience, and great relationship with them and their families.
Im a caregiver because I enjoy helping others, helping others is rewarding to me. Home health is a way for the elderly to continue to live in their home and still feel comfortable in their aging years. I've been doing home health since 1994. I have a background check and CPR. I have my own car.
Hello, My name is Marisa Vieira and I've been a caregiver for 13 years already. I have great experience with people who need special care in difficult conditions. I am very friendly, responsible, caring, and my goal is provide the best care with respect and dignity for my clients. I have great references and I hope talk to you and meet you in person. Thank you!
I have been in the medical field for 20 years working in doctor's offices. My passion is to be a caregiver now. I realize that patients with dementia and Alzheimer's need special care and patience. I have also work with Parkinson's patients. I am medically knowledgeable such as medication and conditions of the patient and when my other patient was in the hospital they wanted me there so that I could speak with the doctor and relay all the information to the family. I am very detail-oriented and punctual.
I became a caregiver when my grandfather is sick and I'm the one who takes care of him. After that, I decided to be a caregiver. I like being a caregiver because I enjoyed taking care of old people that who really needs help. The personal achievement that I'm proud of is when people appreciate of what you did to them that makes them happy. I am very compassionate, loving and energetic person. I will do my best to please other people and my weakness is, it's hard for me to say no to the people that needs help. I like helping people!
I am a compassionate, reliable, fun , and loving. I am a mom, grandmother, friend and caregiver. I first became a caregiver in 1995, after the loss of a family member and close friend. I have worked in group homes, one on one, senior care, and private duty. I have been trained in Florida, Indiana and Tennessee. I can pass a level 2 background. I have First Aid/ CPR, and a clean driving record. I feel honored to be a caregiver. I am honored to be trusted with families loved ones. I treat each client like I would my own my family. I enjoying seeing my client reach even the smallest of goals. I like cheering them on and assisting them to reach for the stars. In 2003 I worked with a male legally blind, and he only crawled. The mother was told he would never walk, and never see. We found a specialist 2 hours away who made a special lens for my buddy and when he put those glasses, he looked at me and said I see you. My buddy also learn learned to walk with assistance. This was one of my biggest accomplishments.
I have 27 years experience as a caregiver. It started with my needing a job but I quickly realized it was my calling. I have a wide variety of experience ranging from acute care to critical care to the physically/mentally challenged to geriatrics. I take pride in giving the care if want to recieve.
I am a caring compassionate CNA. I have been a CNA for 9 years. The thing I value most about my job is that, I get to help someone in their time of need. I appreciate the fact that I am making a positive difference in some ones life. I have worked in ALFs, Sub Acute Rehab facilities and Long Term Care, I have seen patients at varying levels of need for assistance. I am here to assist both you and your loved one on this life changing journey and hope to also help brighten your days.
My name is Ariel Watson. I've been a caregiver for five years now in a Assisted Living setting. I have worked more specifically in Memory Care for the past three years. As a caregiver , I'm very compassionate and determined to give the best care possible. I became a caregiver five years ago. I knew this was the right profession for me. Making my residents or clients smile is what I love the most.
I am 39 years old and a mother of 4. I have 3 boys and 1 girl. I have been a caregiver for elderly, for over 5 years now. I enjoy meeting new people and love all the stories from their youth. I enjoy being part of helping them smile and reminisce. I also appreciate the friendships I have gained. My youngest child is 10 and I have a lot of free time for work nowadays. I am happy to help others, in any way I can. It is an awesome opportunity to help people to enjoy life again. I am loving and have been told that I have a way with elderly patients. We seem to be able to connect on a lot of levels. I keep in touch with the family's that I have worked with throughout the years. I consider them dear friends of mine and they are my best references. I am taking courses to further my education on multiple things, I enjoy the knowledge and I believe it makes me a better caregiver.
I became a caregiver to bring hope back into patients lives. I helping those that can no longer do for themselves or remember to do. A personal achievement I am proud of is starting my journey in the medical field towards becoming a Registered Nurse. I always have a smile on my face.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping others and making them feel important. I like when I can help a client achieve a goal and the stories that are sometimes told about the life they lived. I am proud of becoming certified as a medical assistant. I am a 25 year young lady that enjoy seeing other people smile. I love being outside at the park, doing arts and craft projects, reading and learning new things.
( 1 ) I love people, I feel great when I can put a smile on their face, and a hug has this healing power we all need. (2) While caring for my husband, I felt this warmth, a fulfillment in making him comfortable. While working in a nursing home, the patients there needed to feel as if they still mattered.. and to assure them they did, still makes me smile. (3) Caring for and loving my husband until God called his name, and being most honored to have shared in his peace as he took his last breath.