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I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping others, I don't look at what I do as work because I enjoy it so much I enjoy the different people that I meet and the different things I learn. One personal acheivement that I've accomplished is the ability to help others and not look for anything in return but a thank you job well done. I'm a 31 yr mother of 3
I am a caring person who loves to help anyone in need. My goal while caregiving is to not only watch over the person requesting my help but to make their time enjoyable, fun and fulfill as many tasks that time allows us to. To see how happy and accomplished the patient feels is something I look forward to, I love brining smiles to their faces knowing the have not only a companion but a friend! I am also fluent in Spanish and have my CNA.
I am a aspiring nursing major and I am a current CNA. I work with elderly people at a nursing home in Naperville and take care of their needs each day. I am friendly and patient. I enjoy being able to help someone with tasks they can't do. I am able to use my skills to help them. I enjoy making bonds with the people I work with. I personal achievement I am proud of is graduating from military police school and boot camp.
I enjoy being a Caregiver because it is an act of service. Additionally, it allows me to utilize my passion for the aged and underserved in our community. I have always been good with relating to older people and learning about their lives and experiences. I am proud to be a lifelong learner and student currently pursuing a degree in clinical counseling.
I believe I am a great caregiver because I have patience, I am kind, and I show compassion. What originally attracted me to caregiving is when my grandfather got sick, my parents and I took care of him, we set up a hospital bed and we did everything possible for him to be safe, happy, comfortable, and at home. From that period in my life forward I knew this is meant for me. My paternal grandmother is also very sick, she has Alzheimer's disease, which is a very progressive and terrible disease, I know first hand what it's like to be a family member suffering with this person as they loose all recollection of memories. That's why when I got my first I specifically asked to be put on a memory care unit, and I thrive with them. I understand dementia, what it does, the different stages. I seen what it looks like when someone declines, I know the signs and symptoms. I love caring for these people, because I know i make a difference everyday, every smile is a difference. I love helping them everyday, I love making sure they are safely in bed cleaned and changed at night, I strive for it.
I am a compassionate caregiver who has always wanted to take care of the aged and the sick since childhood. Taking care of both the sick and the strong gives me the erge to know how important we humans are. I am a very kind hearted care giver who always looks forward to positive side of life.
My name is Nikki, I am a 21 year old CNA from Joliet looking for a caregiver position. I am available 5 days a week (Mon-Fri) hours are negotiable. I'm looking for this position to be long term. I like working with the same patients, and often build a family like relationship. I have a clean background and clean driving record with a safe, reliable vehicle. I'm very responsible, compassionate, and down to earth. I live on my own, I have 2 cats named Jack and Pretty. I love going on nature walks, cooking, shopping, and making jewelry in my spare time. If you have any questions for me or would like to set up an interview, feel free to message me. Thanks for reading :)
My grandmother was an inspiration to me. She was a head RN at a nursing home for 20 years and I spent most of my school breaks and vacations with her at work visiting the elderly. My great grandmother was also an RN and spent the last 4 years of her life at the same nursing home. I've been working with a company for almost a year with in home care but I been doing this job for about 7 years now on care.com .
To be a good caregiver it is important to have the diversity and flexibility to care anyone that is in need and when it is needed. It is very important to have compassion and understanding of the care the individual is seeking. Having knowledge of the specific care of an individual is important. It is also important to be dependable and prompt for the client. The bond between the caregiver and client plays an important roll. Trust and compassion is important. All of these together is my ideal GREAT caregiver. How I chose to be a caregiver is simple, it fell into place with undecided decisions. My son had several medical problems after returning home from Afghanistan. I was very involved with my sons medical attention. I worked side by side with all his medical care teams to give appropriate treatment. During his time of recovery and on going treatment, I resigned from my career so that I may provide the care my son needed. With the involvement and attention from the VA, the veterans affairs asked me to become legally his caregiver. They sent me through a quick program at Easter seals then licensed me and assigned me his caregiver. I have really enjoyed learning the different medical attention and approaches he and others need. It came natural to me. Therefore, I have decided to return to college and and change careers to be in the medical industry. I am planning on getting accepted into the RN program at my local college. I have taken a class to receive my certification for CPR. My son is excelling and maintaining his health which leaves me to have time to provide my care to others. I enjoy being a caregiver because I am giving back to the ones that are in need of care. I enjoy the companion, responsibility, and diversity. My personal achievement would be my son. I raised him on my own. I watched him tackle some hard hurdles in his life such as his health issues after returning home from war in 2011.
Hi there! I am seeking a full-time or part-time opportunity as caregiver/CNA for the elderly. I prefer to work shifts that are 6-12 hrs long. I am a certified nurse assistant and a certified phlebotomist. I have also completed clinical rotations as a student nurse. I am CPR/AED certified and have years of experience taking care of people of all ages. Before attending college, I worked as a CNA for a home-agency. I enjoy working with the elderly and providing companionship, as well as helping with daily living activities. I am experienced with dressing, bathing, medication reminders, diagnostic testing (diabetes), medical assessment and taking vital signs etc. I also help with light cleaning, cooking and providing transportation (within 10 miles). I do have a professional resume that I can send you via email. If interested, I would love to chat with you. Thank you! My email is email@example.com and phone is 6306968495. Please email, call, or text me if interested.