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I am Very Compassion For People, I Love to Help Elders Cause There's A Point In There Life That They Can't Do Much for their selfs That's Where My Help comes, To Care For Them And help them, iam very proud that iam in this field cause it makes me feel good for others that can't do for thereselfs,I am 47years old married woman I have 3 children been married know for 26years very happy marriage full of life.
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.
That i care for my patients and i feel like they are part of my family. Seen i was a little girl i always said that i want it to be a nurse and been a CNA is a good way to start. I like everything about what i do. Care and help others is my way of feel am doing something especial. I am proud of my self because i became a better person by helping other, and it just feels great. It feels good when a person tells you thank you for been with me, and help and make feel special. It a good feeling
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.
Empathy and Compassion are my first qualities to describe me best. I am patience,flexible and a trustworthy person. I like making people comfortable. Honestly, I didn't choose to be a Caregiver accidentally. It came naturally. I have some positive experiences which make me realize that being a Caregiver is inside me. I went to Nursing Assistant school to be more professional.
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 writing to express my interest to work in your facility in Boston MA. I possess special knowledge in medical care, patient care, and nursing support. I am a loyal young lady capable of providing compassionate, a good team member who is motivated, responsible, reliable person, dedicated to work under pressure with potential to learn new challenges quickly while multitasking, by caring in establishing relationship, and trusts among patient who I have heart in providing exceptional care, while servicing the residents. During my jobs training, i am very familiar with doctor’s orders for data entry, maintaining daily chart, and assessing vitals along with understanding the importance of confidentiality and professionalism.
Personally I became a caregiver on the simple fact that I want to treat people the way I want to be treated if something should happened to me where I can no longer care for myself. I started working in a rest home for society's "unwanted angels" at the age of 18. Many of these people were either physically or mentally challenged in some way and they never had visitors. The staff treated these people horribly by shutting off the heat at night, beating them, and letting them lie in their own feces for hours. I complained to the board of health and this place was shut down soon after. I continued to work third shift in a better nursing home and went to work at Fair Haven Rest Home at the age of twenty five. I got out of the medical field for awhile and picked it up again at the age of 43 at Serenity Home which is a 20 bed facility for the mentally ill. I did med passes and took blood pressures and blood sugar readings and tended to the clients. That was my favorite job that I had ever had in my life. I would have stayed but unfortunately there was a very large turnover and everyone was laid off, including my boss who had worked there for 14 years. I then was hired shortly after by a reputable company named Home Instead. I was a traveling home health aid when unfortunately i injured my arm on the job and it took seven months to heal. Now I am ready to back into the PCA/ Home Health Aid field but I don't wish to travel. I prefer to take care of one person or work in just one f
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.