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1) Why did I become a Caregiver because all my life I have always love helping other and it started with my owe family. I was the youngest of eleven children and I watch my nieces and my nephews. I was taught by my mother to treat people the way you want to be treated. 2) What do I like about being a Caregiver, being a Caregiver give me joy and a fulfillment that I can make someone life better and bring happiness. It is rewarding, that I want to show love by doing things that other s maybe cannot do for themselves. 3) What is a personal achievement I am proud of; this just happen within a couple of months ago when my mother was in a rehab center and my mother did not remember who I was as the time. She stated to me that god was going to bless me because I showed her love and I didn't know her. 4) I would like to introduce myself and to let you know, I am a Christian. I always treated people the way I want to be treated.. I have worked in healthcare for several years. My passion is tending to the patients mind, body and spirit, in other words to ensure that they thrive where ever they are. All my life I have always being a caregiver and a servant to other. I have done volunteer in the activities and hostility areas at nursing/rehabilitation center. My career has being in the computer areas but my heart have been caring for other. Before God decide to take my 97 years old mother home, I took care of all personal needs. I have worked for Carelinx since November 2015 and the first client I cared for was a 99 year young woman and she enrich my life., She was more than just a client. she became my family. She live to be 100 year young. Reference will be provided per request.
Caring for others is what I love doing and it have given reasons to give back to the society.I am in school to become an RN why bc I have a passion to serve people. #VERY EMPATHETIC AND PATIENT. 1 I have a passion for putting others first. Seeing someone with an intellectual disability able to lead a happy, safe and fulfilling life is enough to make it all worthwhile. In essence, it's about making major beneficial changes to someone with an intellectual disability. Seeing them respond to their new environment - and the care and love that shapes it - provokes a feeling that must be experienced to be believed. And there's simply no reward quite like watching the smile emerge and hearing their laughter. Why? Because I care, and am blessed to be able to. Here's how it happened: I became a caregiver first when Mom was diagnosed with cancer. That was 10+ years ago. (She's 65 & was diagnosed in 2005 with Alz and cancer) I continue to be the full time caregiver,I left school to take care of her. Yes, Praise the Lord, He has givin me strength to make a difference here! . 2.Being a caregiver for years has helped me in so many ways, I have worked with people with different illneses in their homes and Nursing home Facilities, Private Duty,. I love what I do in helping each client I've ever worked with.iI am trustworthy,patient,honest,dedicated,enthausiastic and a compassionate care giver and always punctual at work..Care giving is a calling.I feel fulfilled taking care of people and it gives me great joy doing this everyday. 3.My greatest achievem