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I am a person with a strong character...I love my job and I am discipline . I am attracted to caregiving jobs because I love to care for people and I feel satisfied taking care Of people who can not do them for themselves. I enjoy the joy it gives me,, the satisfaction,,the peace of mind. I have been able to put smiles on thousands of my clients
I am a Certified Medication Technician , I am also a clinical medical assistant. I have been working in the field of healthcare for more than twenty plus years. I love being a caregiver because it allows me to give back to those who are in need. My experience in this field starting in 1995 as a personal homecare provider for the Baltimore City health department. It while working for this agency I found I had a passion for this field.My most recent job was in assisted living were In worked helping the residents with their medication and daily needs.
Because I have a heart for the Elderly and They need Help with what thay cant do for themselves anymore .I Love the joy that I know I can bring to their life and well being.Im the CARING HANDS AND COMPASSIONATE PERSON .IM ALSO PASSIONATE FOR ALL ETHICS . LOVE WORKING WITH PEOPLE ,HAVE A JOY TO HELP OTHERS .HAVE MY OWN TRANSPORTATION CAN START TO WORK AS SOON AS POSSIBLE. I PREFER TO WORK IN THE MORNING OR NIGHT SHIFT .
I am Geriatric nursing assistant with two and a half years of nursing experience. I also have ten years of Nursing experience as an RN in Ghana before relocating to the USA in 2016. I am very professional, diligent and above all have empathy for the people I care for. I have passion for the work I do. It has always been my dream to care for the sick and put smiles on their faces hence my reason for becoming a caregiver. My personal achievement I have been proud of is assisting a client with ADL , and then gradually the client became independent in performing her ADLs, and this brought joy to both me and the client because initially she could do only 25% . And as a caregiver I felt proud of that.
What makes me a great care giver is my experience. Before becoming a home health aide I too care of my grand mom who was disabled. Helping her through that stage made me think of becoming a nurse so I can have help people like my grandmother. My best part I enjoy in my job is actually making a client happy and safe in their environment which is my priority because a clients comes first.
I am an energetic and caring CNA/GNA with over twenty eight years of experiences. I have worked in nursing homes, hospital and private duties.. In my early years my grand father was sick and needed help, and I was there asisting in caring for him. So in my teens years I taught about my parents how would I care for them if they got sick. What would I do. That's when I decided to become a nursing assistant. It's a job that I really love do. Even though it's challenging at times the experiences endless. I love and support the the elderly clients especially when I care for them and put a smile on their faces. I felt really proud at the end of the day they will say thank you.
I take pride in giving the best quality of compassion, communication, companionship, and patience to each and every resident I work with. I became a caregiver to fill others up with joy, while also assisting them with their everyday life and functions. Having someone positive in your life daily can always make every moment of everyday that much more special. I like the fact that I can help someone to get through their day with a smile on their face and a purpose in their heart. Being there for people is truly gratifying. I am proud of the many people that I have helped over the years, and the ones that have helped me to become a better person. I have won numerous Customer Service Awards because of the way I treat others and the way I go the extra mile to make sure I do all I can to be the best caregiver that I can possibly be.
I'm m a very hardworking and passionate about the career path I have chosen. Assisting the elderly with their activities of daily living and being able to achieve their daily task makes me happy. I became a caregiver because I would like to become a registered nurse in the future and I believe working as a caregiver is a stepping stone for me. Putting smile on the l of clients and their family makes me proud.
I have seven years of experience in the field of nursing as a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and a Certified Medication Technician (CMT). I have demonstrated the ability to meet and exceed goals, and I have a proven history of valuable skills. I also have extensive ability to resolve key issues, communicate pivotal concepts, and develop innovative ideas. I always love helping other people and I enjoy impacting clients' lives in a positive way. I appreciate the opportunity to get to know my clients and their families, and to become an integral part of their lives while providing excellent care and support. I am proud of going back to college to further my studies in nursing. I have the ability to take initiative and prioritize my workload, and am very punctual, hardworking, dedicated, kind, respectful, honest and extremely attentive.
I have compassion for people and i have firsthand experience. I have my son who is 25 and autistic and still lives with me putting him in a home is not an option. I understand that people always choose to stay in their homes over a nursing home. I love people and my goal is making them comfortable and happy.
I've been a caregiver for 10 yrs I love being able to help make a person feel safe and comfortable in their home I'm a great companion listening and I have lots of energy to make a bad day a good one ima proud of the fact that every client I've ever had loves me because I come with love and compassion when I enter and work in their home I have experience in it all it's nothing I can't do