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My personality is what make me great, since when I was take care my grandfather I was 16 and his always told me I did good job , and after I lose him I decided to continue , my favorite part in this job is to make them happy on they only place (home) and the way I feel all then is like my grandfather for me and I'm proud a professional women I'm
I have had extensive experience with clients with developmental disabilities, including dementia, Alzheimer's,.Also I have worked with young adults with autism and other developmental disabilities. I've been told by many that have a great bedside manner a great sense of humor and a very caring and compassionate individual.
1-I am a caring person, responsible, details oriented and trustworthy. 2-I like to help people, and the feeling of having done a good job. 3-The feeling of improving someone's life, having a positive impact. 4-I was able to help an individual attending the day program where I am currently working, to socialize with every one at the program, that was very challenging but successful.
Being a caregiver is such an honor - it's all about putting away your needs to assist others. Knowing that a smile on your face can bring joy and happiness to someone else is priceless. The moments when you can reflect back and see how you have helped someone is what caregiving is all about.
I am passionate and enthusiastic about what I do. I love taking care of people. I became a care giver to be able to take care of people whose loved ones where far or stretched and needed an extra pair of hands. Meeting new people, getting to know them and being able to help them with their basic needs gives me satisfaction. One of my achievements was being able to care for a depressed client who after sometime started liking getting out of bed in the morning; I read to them and often took short walks with them. The small things make a difference in the lives of the people we care for.
I chose to be a caregiver from my childhood taking care of my loved ones in my family whoever got sick and was hospitalized, I was number one to go and take care of them, when I grew up, started to take care of my Mom who had diabetes and High blood pressure, came to America and started working in a small assisted living for people with Alzheimer and my passion for care increased .I was so happy to make a difference in these people and make them smile.
Am a CNA/HHA, CPR/FIRST AID and MAP Certified. I have over seven years of experience working with clients within their homes and also with residents in Assisted Living Communities. I do have reliable transportation and can comfortably drive clients and run errands too. Am currently available mornings from 7am to 2pm , Monday to Friday but a more specific schedule can be discussed.
I am compassionate, skilled, and 55 years old. English is my only language, although I do understand a bit of Italian. I have cared for Dementia, Parkinson's, and multiple diagnosis. I am college level educated, organized, gentle, reliable, and responsible. I have very extensive recent experience. I love making a person as comfortable as possible during challenging times.
My mother is a Hospice caregiver, and the comfort that she has been able to provide to her clients inspired me to make a career change. I think that the Health care industry needs more people who care about the comfort and the well-being of others, especially those that are older.I have always been a caring and compassionate person. When I was a freshman in High school, I used to sleep over my elderly aunt's house in case she needed assistance during the night. I am a great care giver because I truly care about the people that I serve. Whenever I am put in a position to care for others, I always provide the care that I would want someone to provide to me or a loved one. I am looking forward to providing the best care humanly possible.
Caregiving for more than 18 years and still love what I do. 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.
1-Reason I became a caregiver, love providing home care giving 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-I always give 100% and do the best job I can, with no exceptions or excuses. I also try to bring a sense of humor to my work. If I can add a smile or laugh to a client’s day, that means a lot to me. It is important to laugh so achieving a smile on their face. 3- I am a single parent and also raised 2 children with medical needs, I learn to balance out work and home to achieve the best work possible in all areas.