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Ive been a c.n.a for 30 yr , Someone asked me recently why I never went to be a nurse.My answer back was I enjoy doing what I do Icare that miss so and so like her purple shirt with her orange pants .I find nurses to day dont take the time its all about documention and passing meds .Its also unfortunate that there are some who are all about the money this I find sad.I may not make alot but at the end of the day I feel good about myself and made someone feel special and cared for.Im a mother of 4 children 3 are triplets that will be graduating this year.Im looking for 24 to 32 hrs days or overnight for now in the southshore cape area.
Because I love to help people and always wanted to be a nurse .It makes me feel good to help people I love life and people.I took care of my father who was sick with cancer .Also my grand mother took my niece and nephew in a proud mother of 5.The best things about me is my honesty and I'm a hard compassionate worker.I love my job and put a lot of pride in what ever I do and it's always a pleasure to no me.
Hello. My name is Elizabeth but I prefer to be called Liz. I have been a Home Health Aide for about 1.5 years. In August I became a Cna. I love being able to help people stay at home instead of having them in a facility. I have experience with home care and nurseing homes. I am hoping to start school to become a nurse within the next year or so.
1. I love to take care of people. I sleep well at night knowing I have helped someone who can never pay me back. 2. I love it because you build bonds with people you never knew and accept them and care for them as if they are a member of your family. Plus you get some great advice and stories. 3. Having my children, being a single mother providing for my kids. 4. I have a lot of patience, I love to make people laugh or smile. I love knowing I can be a blessing to someone in a time of need.