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We are all walks of life! I was always the neighborhood babysitter from the age of 10 throughout high school. I even became a nanny for 7 yrs. As an RD, I am very multiskilled in all areas of caring for newborns to elderly aged. My experience is above and beyond as you review my resume. I sincerely love caring and helping others!
I enjoy taking care of seniors and hearing their stories. I started 15 years ago taking care of my parents near the end of their lives. I'm a diverse person who is knowledgeable about medical issues and have great compassion for seniors and end of life issues. I'm a former teacher with updated credentials such as level 2 background check, CPR & First Aide.
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant. I have been a CNA for a little over 10yrs now. I started off helping to care for my great grandmother, who suffered from Alzheimers Disease, 15yrs ago and i have been doing it every since. I love being able to help others out and that includes both my patients and their families. I've learned that doing the smallest things for people can make their whole day, sometimes their whole life, better. There id nothing more rewarding to me than knowing I've help to make some one a little more comfortable or I've helped give someone a little piece of mind. I know that aging and disabilities take a huge toll on not just the patient but the families also. I love what i do and it gives me peace of mind, to be able to give others a peace of mind and it makes me happy to know i affect so many peoples lives.
List of my responsibility Assisted patients with activities of daily living such as bathing, grooming, and meals. Provide patients and families with emotional support. Maintained a clean, orderly, and well stocked environment. Adhered to safety guidelines institutional policies, company regulations at all times. Escort clients to medical appointments and to various errands around town. The most I enjoy is to see that my client feels happy comfortable and satisfied with my work, a happy client is my goal.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping others in there time of need. Being a caregiver gives me the opportunity to meet wonderful people. I take my work very seriously. Just being able to assist someone that needs help makes me feel important and I make sure they know how important they are to me. I am proud doing what I do. I have a big heart and plenty of room for others. I am a very outgoing person, a hard worker, I'm there when needed. I'm reliable. Most of my family is in the health care industry. Most importantly I give a tremendous amount of TLC.
To pay it forward, I do not know what I would have done without the care and support of my husbands caregivers when he was in the hospital , Being able to make someones life a little easier and having them know someone does care, and it is not all about the money. As far as a personal achievement,every day when I know I made a difference in someones life even if its just a smile. As far as Im concerned ,lets see love to cook,garden,animals,board games,cards,arts&crafts,the beach,movies and animals
I have been an occupational therapy assistant, working mostly in nursing/rehab facilities for over 21 years. I enjoy working with people and assisting with their progress. I love to see them return home independent and safe. I am easygoing, trustworthy and honest. I would be proud to be trusted to take care of your loved one.
I'm very passionate about giving care to others. I like to give care because I know that it's a higher purpose than one's self. And the rewards are endless from a simple thank you and the hope that you have made a difference in someone's life. I look forward to continuing this passionate work for your loved one.
I have enjoyed assisting seniors ever since i was a young girl.I always loved seeing everyone smile when i'd come to visit my grandma at her retirement home.I always knew how to handle situations without anyone telling me,i always knew when something was wrong with others and i knew how to help & cheer them up.My grandma always told me i would be in nursing and that i would be successful because i was good at what i do.When my grandma past away i desided i would care for elderly in memory of my grandma.I am proud that i have achieved my CNA license and that i make a difference in the lives of the elderly.That i help the elderly and their families feel safe,cared about and loved.It is very rewarding to know i helped bring peace and comfort to families and there is no greater reward than that.
Being a caregiver is one of most rewarding things a person can do. The smile on their faces is over whelming and makes me feel I have done my job right. Seeing a smile of appreciation over just a small deed that I do. I like meeting new people and providing caregiving services that they can no longer do for themselves .I enjoy the opportunity to impact clients lives and make a difference to them. I appreciate the change to get to know clients and their families and become an intergral part of theirs lives. I always give 100% and do the best job I can with no exceptions or excuses.
I'm a very outgoing, energetic, athletic, fit person who is very compassionate and caring, someone who puts others before himself, a father of 5, 3 girls and 2 boys. I've been in the field over 10 years and have reliable references to support the fact. I enjoy being able to help others, with everyday tasks, getting back into the community, making home cooked meals, or just being there as someone to talk to. I've worked with seniors, developmentally disabled, dementia patients, and disabled veterans. I'm a well rounded individual with ambition, and experience in all aspects of the healthcare field. An added bonus is that I love to cook as well. My family and I moved from Denver to Florida just to experience life and it's been one of the best life choices I could have ever made. We've been here almost two years now, and look forward to connecting with families and making new friends.
My health care career started caring for my father who struggled with the debilitating effects of Parkinson's disease. Six years later, I decided health care was something I was good at, enjoyed, and found rewarding. I went to school and obtained my CNA license. I worked several years at Independent Living, Assisted Living, and Skilled Nursing Facilities. I have worked with several CareLinx families providing compassionate support and reliable care.
I am a mother of three , my husband is a care giver and I have covered for him number of times, I love being able to help others, I want to be able to give back to people in ways others don't want to . I enjoy spending time with all kids of people. My personal achievements is my children. All three have different type of medical issues and showing them that no matter what god has handed us we can always come out on top.
I have been a nurse for many years. I took care of my elderly parents for the past 7 years. They needed different levels of care from just monitoring their medications and going to dr visits with them to living with my mom and being her full time caregiver. I love older people and have a lot of patience. I loved being a caregiver on a one to one ratio and this is the best. I have experience with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. I have worked in the health care arena for 45+ years. I have clinical, managed care, and Home Health Care experience.