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1. Why did you become a caregiver? I love providing home caregiving services to those that would otherwise not be able to do so. The smile on their faces is overwhelming and makes me feel I have done my job right. I have always enjoyed helping people so I know I am doing the right thing. 2. What do you like about being a caregiver? I enjoy the opportunity to impact clients’ lives and make a difference to them. I appreciate the chance to get to know clients and their families and become an integral part of their lives. 3. what is a personal achievement you are proud? A personal achievement that I am proud of is caring for a client who didn't have any family and couldn't care for herself and becoming a big part of her life. 4. Tell us something about yourself? I am a very hard-working young woman I love being a certified nurses assistant. I love to helping people who aren't able to help themselves as if they would like to. I am very honest, passionate and loving.
I became a Caregiver in 1998 because i enjoy helping others. I enjoy talking to and listening to the awesome stories that clients tell about their life. You began to get to know one another and build a bond. I am currently CPR and First Aid Certified. I have over 20+ years as a CNA.I am currently in school to finish my degree in Education. I hope that in the future, i will finish my goals and become what i always wanted to be. An Educator
I genuinely care about others, no matter the age. Outside of my wishes of being a medical assistant, I wanted to be a caregiver because I would have one-on-one time with the person. This desire of mine grew as I started working for Clark Lindsey. As a waitress, I get to know the residents to an extent. The reason I joined Synergy (home health care), was to be a companion to residents that may not have that or any type of care as they used to. Knowing that they don't get to see their loved ones as much as they want to, I feel even closer to them because I feel like I can be that person for them-someone who is close to them, cares for them, provides safety, and to really listen and have interest in them. For the client that I currently have as well as others in the past, I learn a lot of life experiences from them and I love to see their eyes light up when they tell me parts of their past as if they are reliving it again and again. Lastly, my personal achievements that I'm proud of happens at Clark Lindsey and with a client I used to have. At Clark Lindsey, when residents would come up to me (when I'm working, or just visiting) telling me that they always enjoy seeing me, always makes my day. Also, recently with a client, I aided in the recovery of one walking again. Even though, I don't see him anymore, I'm happy that he is with his wife and truly happy.
i am chelsea,a responsible caregiver with excellent communication skills demonstrated over 3 years of experience in healthcare, proficient in providing exceptional in home support to patients with wide range of disabilities,illnesses and challenges. it all begun when i volunteered to take care of my grandmother after school, before it was just taking care of her but it later became a passion. after she passed i decided to learn more about it and thats how i became a care giver.i basically love what i do . i dont see it as a job only but also as a passion. i can proudly say i have helped saved two lives on my job in my experience.i believe communication , respect, tolerance and team work is the ultimate key.i am not a caregiver who will take ur independence away from you just to rush through my job but rather i will love to work with my patient.
I'm very caring and personable. I look forward in getting my resident better and feeling and looking better. Taking care of my il grandfather at a young age, attracted me to being a caregiver. I enjoy making my resident or the person I'm taking care of smile and happy and just comfortable. I love seeing them progress and grow strong. A Personal Achievement of mine is, I finished High School with my CNA certificate.
I am a very caring person and sometimes I do you take things to heart... I do a lot of different things but I really enjoy taking care of people.. I am not married or have children ..I am Efficient and reliable C.N.A. with twelve (12) years of experience, who is patient-focused and an empathetic caregiver with an extensive knowledge of geriatric needs. I have assisted with technical nursing treatments, supported diagnostic procedures and charted resident records. I am seeking a career opportunity in a full- time capacity as a Certified Nursing Assistant in a clinical setting, long-term care or rehabilitation facility. I have an advanced knowledge of Alzheimer's and Dementia, and am well-equipped to provide emotional support in a comfortable and soothing environment. I am a compassionate healthcare provider who is adept at bathing, grooming and feeding elderly and disabled patients, as well as being familiar with advanced medical terminology and procedures. I have a highly effective communication style and am an efficient worker who demonstrates strong time management and prioritization skills. I am a level-headed professional who remains calm, composed and have an effective and professional demeanor in extremely difficult and stressful situations. I demonstrate a strong belief in the importance of companionship and support in patient care. * Computer Proficient * * CPR / First Aid Certified * * Detail Oriented * Adept Multi-Tasker * * Proficient with tube feedings & administering medications * Professional Accomplishments Certified Nursing Assistant / Healthcare Dedicated Hospice Care Provider Compassionate Caregiver Emotional Support Wound Care Provider Promotes Positive Behavior
I used to care for my grandmother back home. This is my first time applying for a caregiver job here in the United States but I have took a CNA course and did my clinical hours. I am also currently in Nursing School so I have experienced taking care of patients so I do think, I will be a great fit for this job. I love taking care of people and that is the main reason why I decided to go into nursing and also become a caregiver. I am very proud of the fact that I have made it through two semesters of Nursing School, because nursing school is very hard and even though I have thought about giving up so many times I am still pushing through. I enjoying seeing my patients smile. I love when they are happy to see me which makes me feel like I am doing a great job taking care of them. I love seeing my patients get the best care that they need. I am very compassionate, patient, trustworthy, dependable and attentive so I do think this will be a very good fit for me.
My personality traits that makes me a great caregiver are having (Patience), (compassion), (attentiveness), (dependability), & trustworthiness! What attracted me to being a caregiver was caring for my disabled sister before she passed away. I enjoy making my clients happy and all around making there day! Cleaning for them and just making sure they have no worries! A personal achievement I am proud of was providing exceptional palliative care to elderly patients, provided them with a happy and comfortable life.
I have been a caregiver for a little over two years now and have learned a lot. I have had experience in a nursing home, a hospital, and a group home. When I first started out I was very unsure about my job. I knew that I wanted to help people in need but didn't know if this was going to be the job for me. The longer I am in the medical field the more I love my job. I put 100% into my job and take care of my clients/residents. I am loyal, trustworthy, and very dependable. I have been raised to always treat others like you would want to be treated, respect everyone, and be kind. I remember while I was working in the nursing home I loved talking with the residents, they had a lot of cool fun stories of their lives. In all I am very compassionate about my job. At the end of the day it puts a smile on my face knowing I have made someone smile today.
Hi, I am 58 years old and I'm a caring compassionate, good hearted person who enjoys helping people out with their daily needs young or old. I really enjoy what I do and meeting people. My parents raised me to be a good christian person and to help people out no matter what they needed or didn't need such as raking their yard, shoveling snow, going to the grocery store, for them, mowing their yard etc.....and my parents said never ask for money for your good nature and kindness because you are doing it all from the heart. They taught me well and I appreciate them for it.
I grew up with a huge family, my mother was a Foster care provider, my dad was a Chief Fireman, I am the youngest of 8children, I grew up watching my mom take care of handicapped children my entire life, I always loved seeing how happy it made her to be able to help someone, even if it were just by giving that child love, I've grown to follow her footsteps and I just love being able to help someone if I can, even if can't make them better health wise, I can help them feel better emotionally, everyone deserves the BEST CARE POSSIBLE, that's why I love doing this job! I'm experienced in all aspects of Nursing, I've done pretty much everything expected, I am Certified in Nursing, I'm in school for Phlebotomy, I worked 15yrs in Dementia Care, as well as Alzheimers. I'm very fun to be around and love the new experiences with each client.
Over 6 years of caregiving experience. I really got into homecare after my son was in an accident. While being trained to care for him I decided this was something that I really enjoyed it doing. I spent a lot of my time with great-grandmother in the south and by her being elderly; I learned a lot from her and also assisted her in the kitchen where I took up a love for cooking. I love caring for people and being a companion when needed; making a client as comfortable as possible and providing grooming can really make a difference in how one is able to cope with their day. I don't mind going the extra to make a person feel special, this is just they way that I was raised.
I absolutely love elders they are so adorable and sweet and kind and i just love being around them and helping them when they cant do things on they own. I never asked or thought about being a caregiver at the age i started but i liked it anyways because it was with my grandma till she died but i had other family members too and every since then any time i had of my own i would help willingly.