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I am compassionate, time conciousness, trust worthy ,reliable ,dependability ,honest, responsible, respectful, and loving, tolerance, patient caring and supportive, strong, feeling confident, and love my job. When l make a great change in someone life,enhance lifes.making my client happy and feel love,also help taking stress off from family members of clients. When clients meet up with a list if not all their expectations, do some of the things they were not able to do before .share in their pains,and happy moments.
I have always longed to help out people since childhood especially the elderly. Just reminding myself that they were once able to do everything by themselves ,drives me to wholeheartedly help them out in their activities of daily living. I want to see them live a better life than I found them . Always living a smile on their faces , bringing back hope of living in their hearts. My personality of being loving, caring , passionate and servanthood spirit are the driving forces which led me to this profession. One of my personal achievements is the fact that I have been able as a CNA to professionally and successfully work in an Assisted living facility on patients with dementia, alzeimers, combative behaviors etc.
Since a very young age I have always been passionate in helping and caring for others, I love making people laugh and smile. I realized that caring for people was my calling once I started volunteering to care for homeless Veterans and family members. I believe a good caregiver is someone who treats the Client as their #1 priority; Being truthful, loyal, and always patient; Passionate, dependability, pleasant, humble, being a good listener, observant and always being on time. Being able to work with tough clients and knowing how to adjust your approach to the client. Allowing the client privacy and listen to what they say. Treat the client as if their one of your family members.
I'm a great choice because I have been taking care of others since I was small. From assisting with the care of several relatives battling cancer. To my work with adult with various disabilities. To the care I provide daily to my now adult son with a disability. Taking care of others is my passion. I'm also a Certified Nursing Assistant, Certified Medication Technician , Phlebotomist, CPR and 1st Aid certified .
Am calm and patient, I started taking care of my parents and then I fell in love with caregiving and extended it to others , I love the fact that I could be a helping hand to someone in need of it, I love putting a smile on their faces. I learned to communicate with those who can't just by facial expressions and gestures. I love caring for people.
Iam a patient person and caring and that attributes the way i give out care. Giving care to me is something that i love to do. helping others and knowing that they are able to go through life like every one should pleases and makes me happy. I enjoy interacting with the clients and knowing that they are happy with my services. My education.
Compassionate, time conscious and dependable. The need to care for my aging mother attracted me to care for others. I enjoy the satisfaction that comes with making a difference in some ones life. Certificate of excellency from MBI health services where I have worked for three years.
Hi, My name is Cherri, I'm a caregiver that provides passion and love for my (family) client, I'm caring and empathetic to the needs of my client. I have been a Certified Nursing Assistant for 15 years. I'm CPR and First Aid Certified and I also have My Nursing Technician Certification. My goal is to be a positive light in someone's life, seeing people happy gives me great joy knowing that I did my very best. Every day that God gives me is a blessing and another opportunity to do Gods work and be a help to others. Nothing makes me more proud to feel that I made a positive difference. I have a lot of of experience as a caregiver and would love an opportunity to work with you.
I am a retired Nursing Assistant with over seventeen years of experience in the Healthcare Field and I have my Medication Technician Certificate. I have a good attitude and wonderful work ethic and can keep things running smoothly. Employing someone who is always willing to put in the extra effort, can make all the difference in the world. I have extensive experience in the healthcare field at hospitals, nursing homes, assisted living facilities and home care settings as well as Mother and Baby, OBGYN, Pediatrics, Med-Surg, ICU, Telemetry, Shock Trauma, Phyc, Escorting clients to and from Dr. appointments, running errands, lite housekeeping, medication remindedr, taking vital signs and reporting any deviations to the nurse and working with patients that have Alzheimer's , Dementia and Stroke's. I also have nineteen years of raising a child with physical and developmental delays; I have in-depth knowledge of Customer Service, Patient Safety, Infection Control practices and ability to use computers. I am a person that can work well for consecutive hours with little or no supervision and still get the job done right. I have experience working in a busy medical environment where every situation required immediate attention. I quickly learned how to handle various medical situations professionally and efficiently using my own knowledge and any available resources. Working as a compassionate healthcare provider has been one of the best accomplishments that I have done in life yet far. I have met so many people that has influenced my life in one way or another and I am a people person and love to be there to do something that will change someone else's life.
I am a great caregiver because I am compassionate and sensitive to the needs and feelings of those in need. I know that those in need do feel emotional pain as well as physical pain and need to be comforted emotionally and physically. Those in need of care need to be told and feel that just because they may not be able to function in the capacity that they are used to or would like to this does not render them unimportant or useless or unlovable and that they can still contribute to life because they still have life and love in them that could make a difference in someone's life. I became a caregiver through taking care of my mother who passed away at age 97 years old. I like being a caregiver because it reminds me of how blessed I am to be able to use what God placed in me to make someone else feel better and do better. A personal achievement that I am proud of is that because I was able to give of myself to care and nurture someone in need of care this brightened my life to appreciate everything and not take everything in life for granted.