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I believe what makes me a great caregiver is that I can manage pretty much anything. I'm reliable, responsible and can be trusted to use discretion to make the right decisions, when family isn't available. I try to encourage clients to perform mind-stimulating activities such as reading, playing board games, and posting reminders for important tasks in visible areas. I have created scrapbooks with pictures of the client's family to help the client recognize their family members. I am proud to say that I have emotionally supported my clients, hold their hand and find the right words in moments of difficulty. At the same time, I am able to control my own emotions to ensure they do not increase the anxiety of my clients or their loved ones. What I enjoy most about caregiving is meeting new people and getting to know a little about them. Each one is special in their own way and each one is always a learning experience for me, in my personal life skills.
I have been an private caregiver thru an private agency for over 11 yrs. I love to work w/ elders & aim for their quality of life . I have always been involved w/ elderly care starting w/ my father's declining health as a teenager . Regardless , there were many pluses & capabilities my father was independent of and I reveled in his daily individual accomplishments ....sharing his needs & independence also made me aware of how important life still is to have complete quality care of life. I continue that same belief till this day @ my age w/ all my past & present clients. My goal is to break down stereotype barriers that elders are incapable of independence & quality of life. My goal is simply seeing they accomplish the simplistic dailies ...,interact w/ individual exercises , mental and physical motor skills . My rewards is listening to their past lives . Conversations also stimulate their memories & keep it intact . I am also very experienced w/ speech care , able to detect early barium necessities & continue speech exercises . Professionally I am also experienced w/ tube feeding. I am also familiar w/ colostomy , incontinence care , R.O.M. , fluid & solid intake & out , Dr. Appts., domestic errands , outings & several other personal needs. I have worked w/ progressive to aggressive Alzheimer's and also mental incompetence such as szhorzephernia , dementia and bi-polar . I also prepped great teams and have been a lead caregiver over the years besides a teamworker . A great team matters for the quality of care for a client. My pride stems from great teamwork in order to continue our client's content and outstanding long term care .
Number #1 i love being around elderly people and care for them. #2 i always help out of caring for these elderlys and always had a loving caring heart for them. #3 my personal achievement at the end is that i will always remember all the memory's and bonding i had built with them will always be with me. #4 the most i enjoying doing things with elderlys is taking them on adventures and doing fun stuff so they won't be locked up in the house all the time it's good to get them out and enjoy the out doors.
I know I am a very excellent Caregiver because I have a kind heart, humble, honest, friendly, patient, and I have a wonderful time working and helping with elderly people. I am a very hard worker and dedicated to my job. I love what I do dearly and I care so much in regards to elders. I have been doing this all my life with many of my elders including my grandfather, grandmother, mother, father, grand aunts, and grand uncles. I have so much experience and enjoy giving back to elders. I love what I do because it brings me happiness and so much joy!
I knew from a young age that I wanted to be a part of the health industry. When my mother was diagnosed with cancer in early 2009, I would help her with showering, combing her hair, nail care, and daily medicine reminders. When she passed my father constantly fell ill and I would be tasked to help him. In 2012, my father went into cardiac arrest and it was my quick thinking and CPR knowledge that saved his life until the paramedics arrived. Although I may be new to the health industry professional wise, I have already changed the lives of many and continue to do so because I am constantly striving to do my best for myself and the clients/patients. I will admit that I'm nowhere near perfect but I am a hard worker and fast learner and can overcome any obstacle. I enjoy being a caregiver/nurse aide because I love being able to help someone get back to feeling their best and doing what they love and not have anything hold them back, medically or physically. Also, it warms my heart to know that I helped make a difference in someone's life.
I was a caregiver for a 91 year old Japanese lady with dementia, for 27 months from March 2014 through June 2016. I lived with her in her house (just the two of us). When I became her live in caregiver in July 2014, she was 86 lbs, bedridden and a declared hospice. After just a few months of taking care of her, she gained weight (106 lbs) walked, not bedridden anymore and a "hospice graduate." Her family doctor was so amazed and said that if not for her dementia, she would have been in excellent health condition. She and her four children (they do not live with her) love me like their own family. I love her as my own mother, too. My lady has diabetes, too and I was able to control her sugar by proper diet. My eldest is a nutritionist by profession and I have learned a lot from her. I gave my lady daily a nutritious smoothie drink made of veggies, banana and papaya. She loved it and had developed the habit of drinking the healthy smoothie. I am not a caregiver by profession but my culture as a Filipino is all about respect and care for the elderly, thus, the caring part came out naturally. I was a retired professional who chose to serve and it paid off by the way the family treats me. I went to school to learn and acquire caregiving skills. I also passed the CNA state certification in Hawaii but unfortunately let it expire.
I'm passionate about helping the elderly enjoy life, even in the little things. With each of my clients, I shared my whole being to provide them with the best care filled with love and compassion. Helping those in need have always been a trait of mine. For as long as I remember, I have always put others first before me. Seeing the smiles and improved well being of those I help gives me happiness and fulfillment.I would love to care for your family member and to treat them like my own.
I've been CNA for 6 years. I work with nursing facility, hospice and care home. I work with quad, stroke, bed bound, dementia, post surgery client and hospice. I can do transfer using gait belt and Hoyer Lift. I can do ADL and feeding. Light housekeeping and taking patient to their appointments. ROM and help clients to be independent as much as they can.
What makes me a great caregiver . I am a very hard worker, compassionate, patient, dependable person, and responsible. I became a caregiver to help my mother who had passed away 3 yrs ago. I like being a caregiver because helping others makes me feel good, also knowing you could do something for some else gives me a quality of life and also providing someone else with quality of life . My greatest achievement is knowing that i can make a difference in someone else life.
When i first allow to work here in the united states, and this is the first job i was trying, i was train well by the agency they hire me, and since that day, ive been working as a caregiver, ive learn alot open myself to my client, being patient and be an organize person, i really love and enjoy being a caregiver when my client with a big bright smile on her face after i did a good job for her especially when i give her a bath dress her up put on her make up fix her hair, always a big joy shows from her or him, ive learn to be patient, love unconditional, respect, polite, but most of all open your mind and yourself to who ever you are taking care ....
I treat my patients as I would my own family. I'm reliable. I have compassion. I became CNA after taking care of retired Army major for two years, on 24-hour duty, seven days a week. When I see improvement, they can walk, feed self, perform ADLs. For hospice patients, I try to release their pain, make them relaxed, comfortable. I pray for them. My patients include both men and women, I treat all with respect. A happy marriage for 43 years, raised three children
As a caregiver, I love helping people live full, independent and dignified lives within the comfort of their own homes since 2010. I do provide comprehensive in-home care that enriches patient lives. I am committed to helping patients maintain the highest possible level of independent living. A highly dependable and reliable caregiver who loves taking care of the elderly. Have provided non-medical in-home care and assistance for seniors and disabled adults. Have closely worked with and monitored patients who have Alzheimer's Disease, Dementia Disease, Parkinson's Disease, Meniere's Disease, and Hospice Care. It is so vital to massage hands, feet especially for the client who has suffered from circulation due to exercises and with necessary instruction from the therapist or doctor to continue their activities. I have also provided cooking, light cleaning, and companionship. As an enthusiastic Caregiver, Nurse Aide, Home Health Aide or Assisted Living, I would welcome the opportunity for a personal interview to discuss further my qualifications and to learn more about this opportunity? Should you need to reach me in the interim, please feel free to respond online at carelinx.com. Thank you for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Jane K. Morita-Sibley p.s. I have excellent references and also provide my resume during my interview FYI the hourly rates are negotiable! Mahalo!