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What makes me a good home care aide is my dedication to what I do. I give my best to serve / help my client in any way I can. I became a home care aide because I want to work with and help seniors. I believe that taking care of them is like taking care of my own mother. Aside from having the chance to serve / help seniors, what I like about being a home care aide is its flexible work schedule. Seeing my client satisfied and happy with what I do for him / her is a personal achievement I am proud of.
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), very reliable, flexible, resourceful and trustworthy person. Skilled professional in the field of customer service, elderly and comfort care. I'm a happy, family oriented and disciplined person. In my years experienced as a caregiver, I've satisfied and exceeds ALL my client's and their family's expectation both from non-medical services I provide and interpersonal relationship. Here are some of the services and skill set I am able to provide; Respite and hospice care, dementia, hearing disorder, safety shower assist, grooming, dressing, exercise, doctor's appointment escort, meal preparation, meds reminder, light housekeeping, companionship etc. Thank you and I look forward to working with you Lui Magno CNA
My name is Ashley Wiebe. I am 29 years old and a wife and mother of 4 beautiful children. In my free time I like to sit down and read a good book. What makes me a great caregiver is that I believe the client is #1. Their needs are my job and it is my job to make sure he/she is happy and comfortable. I am loyal, reliable, patient, dependable, on-time, caring, observant, and a great listener. I was a nanny for 15 years so I have always had a passion to take care of someone if that was a child or adult. What really got me interested in becoming a caregiver was after my grandmother passed away and I helped take care of her while battling Alzheimer's. It was eye opening for me and I wanted to learn who to become better at caregiving. I really enjoy most from my job is the relationship that builds between me and a client. Having fun and bringing joy to their day and mine.
I became a caregiver to help people and give back. I am caring, patient, kind and respectful person. I have been in the medical profession for 17 yrs and have been taking care of seniors most of that time especially the past 8 yrs. I was my mother's primary caregiver she had multiple health issues along with advanced Alzhiemers Disease. I would love to help you maintain your dignity weather it's helping with laundry, making a meal, helping you bath or running an errand, even helping with your pet. I enjoy making people smile and brighten your day. Please contact me with confidence. I am CPR certified, I was a CNA, my certification has expired, but I do follow the guide lines of the IDPH. Look forward to hearing from you. The hourly rate is negotiable. Spanish Speaking.
I am a great caregiver because I have compassion for people. I have always loved to help people no matter what the situation has been. I have worked in the beauty industry for 14 years and I was always drawn to the elderly clients. I sat and talked with them ,and took extra care of them when they came to get their services. I have been taking care of my parents for the last 3 years. My mother has had many surgeries and I have stayed with them to take care of both of them during her recovery.
I have been working with elderly residents with their daily living activities, understanding their needs and requirements, I really enjoy working with individuals to create a caring,safe and stimulating environment, in which the physical and emotional needs. I'm very proud of what I do because I gain the conference of each individual needs and their trust. I consider myself to be a professional, dependable, considerate and hardworking mother of two, who has extensive post qualifications experience.
I started as a caregiver in 2005. I have been an administrator of a CBRF Assisted Living for 7 years. I have skills and knowledge of providing quality care to seniors. Assisting with meal prepping, bathing, dressing grooming, toileting and passing medications. I am an advocate for the seniors and love providing excellent care to the seniors.
I became a Certified Nurse Assistant because I understand how difficult life and decisions can be without basic support on variable mental, emotional and physical levels. I feel that is where my passion and dedication to help others roots from. In my early childhood, the relationship between my grandparents and I was unique and special to me. I would go above and beyond to be helpful around the house whether it was dusting, washing the car or even cleaning up the mess made by the fish my grandfather caught and cleaned for a meal. Many of times, I would just do without being asked. Ultimately, no matter what the duties were, it always gave me this great rewarding feeling inside just being helpful in making the day/night easier for them. Im proud of being able to extend my natural capabilities to anyone/ families who can benefit from assistance.
I am a retired RN, BSN, BA. I am a friendly, intelligent, warm person who has great communication skills. My years as a psychiatric nurse have given me ability to converse with many different people. I was a charge nurse of a dementia/ alzheimers unit in a nursing home for 4 years which has given me great skill in assessing physical needs. I am creative in problem solving. Pets, gardening, and music are my top three interests. My family is large and includes many children whose lives I influence. I am a Christian woman.
I decided to do nursing as my career because I've experienced many years of helping my mother with my disabled brother. Not only have I provided him with the best of care, but there was a bond that was created between us that no one would ever be able to share with my brother, Myles. At a young age, I learned that not everyone can ride a bike or write their name, and it really made me appreciate what I have learned to do. I also had the desire to help him do things he couldn't do, like getting dressed or cooking him Mac & Cheese. He's older than I, but he depends on me, likewise the elderly. I have experienced the beautiful feelings of being appreciated for the little things I do. As I hold a big heart to help the people that can't help themselves and to also provide the absolute best care I can, I feel that this is my career and I knew it a long long time ago. With that being said, the more experience I have, the more wisdom I accumulate. It doesn't take much to put a smile on someones face, which would put a smile on yours.
I am a home health care Assistant with 5+ years of experience caring for individuals at their place of residence. I became a caregiver to ensure that our loved ones would receive the necessary support and care that may be required for them to live independently. I have numerous skills gained from dedicated experience in providing client care and services within various environments. I am comfortable and well trained to work directly with individuals diagnosed with Dementia, Alzheimer's, ALS, MS, Mental Illness, physically handicapped, developmentally disabled, substance abusers, and/or geriatrics that just need companionship. My work experience includes working at Assisted Living facilities, Skilled nursing homes and Home healthcare.