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I always give 100% and do the best job I can with no exceptions or excuses I also try to bring a sense of humor to my work. If I can addva smile or laugh to client's day,that means a lot to me. I enjoy the opportunity to impact client's lives and make a difference to them . Also when my grandmother couldn't take care of herself I volunteer to take care of her so when she pass away than I decided to go to Sanford Brown College for medical assistance because I miss her so much. I love providing home care giving service to those that would otherwise not be able to do so. The smile on their faces is overwhelming and makes me feel happy I have done my job right. I have always enjoyed helping people so I know I am doing the right thing. My personal achievement isbwhen I took care of my grandmother I know that she for care fore the right way. When she pass hurt to hart but something told mebto in roll in school for medical assistant so I can help people in need . But I do not have a car hope this is ok . The hours I'm looking for is 8am to 530pm Monday thur Friday and I do not drive thank you.
I became a Caregiver because of my grandmother. She is getting older and has Dementia, so I am always by her side trying to help her remember things and doing daily activities with her. Being a Caregiver is the greatest job I could of ever do because I am helping others out and communicating with them making them feel happy. A personal achievement would be making someone feel good about theirselves on a daily basis. I am a 24 year old and I have almost 2 years worth of caregiver experience under my belt . Im Certified in CPR and AED, Certified in Medication Technician, Certified in Alzheimer's and Mental Health. Also Certified in Personal Care Aide. I also just obtained a certificate in MRSA and Infection Precautions. I'm a very loving and a caring person, and very social.
I'm now living here at Fort Washington Maryland. It is best to text message or email me on my email address. I became a caregiver when my parents needed my help to care for them. Both my parents got cancer that I have to care for them, in different times. Later it was my husband who needed caring because of renal failure and liver cancer. I like my chosen career, it is a skill I'm proud of. I'm from the Philippines. I married an American, came to USA and I've been here (USA) for the last 20 years. I've been a caregiver for 15 years. I'm now a widow and all my children are all grown up.
Hello and thank you for your consideration. I am a 27 year old single mother with a handsome 4 year old son who keeps me on my toes. I am a Medical Assistant and I earned my credits at the Everest Institute in Silver Spring, Md. I successfully completed the Medical Assisting program with a 2.0 GPA and graduated from the Everest Institute in November of 2013 proudly receiving my diploma. I was born and raised in Md and I am a caregiver because I love to help those who can't fully help themselves and I love the feeling of knowing that I can help make a difference in someone's life. I come from a very loving and respectful family so I am a very polite and respectful person with an open mind. My aunt owns a couple of nursing homes so I was pulled into the caregiver business by helping her out with the residents at her facility. Working with the residents and building new relationships with them touched my heart in a special way. It's something about the ederly that I love and respect being as though they have been here on earth longer than me and I find them to be wiser and often admire and love hearing their "back in my day" stories. I am very fortunate to still have both of my grandparents so please understand that I would treat your loved ones with the same love and respect that I give to my grandmother and grandfather. I look forward to working with you your loved ones and hope to hear from you soon! :)
I became a CNA because my great grandmother passed away in her long-term living facility due to poor malpractice. I like being a CNA because I can assist those in need while putting a smile on their faces. I have worked in a rehabilitation and living facility center for more than a year. I have volunteered for two other facilities out side of my city as well as worked with children NB-HS ages. A personal achievement I am proud of is that I have came from a very unpleasant poor past and blossomed into a very upmost successful present life leading into my future. I also hold multiple other medical licenses which are, Certified Clinical Medical Assistant, Certified Electrocardiogram Technician, Certified Phlebotomy Technician and a Certified Medical Administrative Assistant. Something about myself is that I love to learn, I've never smoked or drank and I try my best to enjoy life to the fullest with an open mind.
I became a caregiver when my aunt got bad off sick and I promised her I will remain helping others that are in need. I like to put a smile on their face knowing that just really care for their well being. I am proud to say I really love what I do and proud of my job and responsibilities as a caregiver. I Am 45 Years Of Age, Been Working In This Field For Over 8 Years. Engaged to be married in July lords will. Reliable, trustworthy, caring, quick learner, and listner. will go over and beyond to make sure people get treated with love and respect, will do my best to perform my duties. I am a avaliable Monday- Friday evenings and every other Saturday evenings.
Taking care of my grandmother who passed away from lung cancer is the reason why I am in the medical field. I am a Certified Medical Assistant who has the expertise of treating any one with compassion as well as a kind heart. Treating my patients like if they are my own family is what I'd want a caregiver to do with my love ones.
I first chose to be a caregiver after I realized that I love to help people. I have a huge amount of passion and empathy in helping older people keep their dignity and independence. I consider myself to be very calm, patient, loving and fun to be around. Putting a smile on a residents face is very important to me because it has to be very frustrating to ask for help or feel like you cant do something independently so, if you encourage them and remind them that its okay to ask for help, you can be a positive impact on their life and wellbeing.
I am an energetic, positive and punctual personal support counselor with a passion for helping others in need. I have 4+ years of experience supporting individuals in their everyday lives and have built strong lasting relationships with my clients and their families. I could not imagine myself doing anything else.
My personal traits that help me be the best caregiver is , my diploma in the medical field , I have over 2 years of experience , What attracted me to being a caregiver is because I watched my grandmother as she was 75 struggle to do the daily normal things she could and I didn't have the education I needed to help at the time so she pushed to me go out to school and do what my I and her believe was my calling .
Taking care of people in need the young and the elderly. I have the compassion and love from a loving and very supportive family. When I had to take care of my mom, dad and sister who all had cancer. I took up educating myself to learn how to provide my passion to help others. Attended many classes and events to assist my knowledge in caring for others. Worked with excellent co-worker during the time that I worked. Learned how to communicate a bad problem work out to solve the situation. Received many award certificates for being willing learn and advance. My goal is to get back into the care of people, giving me the opportunity to allow me to work with you and provide and learn how I can assist your company. Thanks....
What makes me an great caregiver is that I have compassion, passion , trust, honesty and respect for the individuals privacy/rights as a human being. I would treat them as I would like to be treated with the same respect. I became a caregiver due to the fact that majority of my life I was and still am the family nurse maid. Whenever family member becomes ill or physically disable, I am there to help them the best of my ability and knowledge. It just comes natural for me to help whoever and however I am able to do so. What I like about being a caregiver is that I am able to best of my ability to assist those to obtain some type of l normalcy in their lives. I can assist them with hygiene, medication, shopping, doctors appointment, money management, meal preparation. My personal achievement is that I obtain the trust and respect and compassion from individuals that I am at times am like a family member. Also, I have achieve employee of the month with my present company and valued respect from my peers and supervisors for doing my job sometimes well beyond what my position and duties calls for.
Everyone loves me, I have a little brother with autism. He shows me that by being patient with him really gets the job done. I've improved on my tone of language and also being patient with him. I've became a caregiver to help all those who needs an extra hand sharing my love with others. When I was younger my great grandmother stated" When you get older you'll be the best nurse there is." I love to see my clients smile, after they doubted theirselves for not doing something right with out any help. I can say I'm very proud of myself for becoming an outstanding caregiver and I want to thank all the senior I've met throughout my life who told me I would be something in life.