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I have many years experience in hospice care. Whether a person is bed bound or up and about . Following the safety measures of the hospice team or family members for their loved one. I've been with many people holding their hand and giving comfort before they have passed on. I will Follow the care plan provided by you. Love to be able to have open communication for your needs being met daily. This line of work is so fulfilling for me knowing that I may have helped you. I have been in this line of work over 14 years and can't emagine ever walking away from it. There has been so many lives I have learned from. So thank you to all that has helped me grow as a caregiver.
I like helping people I enjoy spending time with people who been around longer I learn from them. We laugh and take walks just spend time. I have over 15 years experience in health car I presently taking Nutrition health Science,I can help people. Light meals, light house keeping and assist with shower if needed
I would love to work with you to fulfill your loved one's needs in a warm, compassionate manner. I enjoy diversity, and as a Certified Nurses' Assistant, I have worked with clients of all ages, from children to senior citizens, and from all walks of life, such as those with mental or physical challenges, and those in respite and hospice care. Maintaining and improving quality of life for my clients is very rewarding. Making a positive difference is my ambition. Using my skills of compassion, empathy, and respect, together we can attain a happy, healthy environment. At the end of the day, I am proud that I can say the clients loved me and we stay friends!
Like a lot of people who are caregivers I started out taking care of a loved one, who was suffering from Lupus and Heart Disease. She was a retired nurse who was full of knowledge and more than happy to pass it on to me during the ten years I took care of her. I found that not only was I a very good caregiver but that I actually enjoyed it and found it very fulfilling! I think one of the most important things I learned while caring for seniors is that even though they may need help with many different things, some of which are very personal, they are still an adult not a child. I've found people appreciate that, I know I would if the situation was reversed. My second ten years in this business have been helping wonderful people who have found themselves in need of quality care. Their conditions have included Diabetes, Parkinson, Strokes, Dementia and Alzheimer's and other ailments. Some have just needed a little help and companionship. I was very happy that I could be there for them and make a difference in their day with whatever level of care they needed, and to help the family feel confident that their loved one had someone competent and caring to depend on. I have many hand written references that I have received over the years that I can share with you in person.
I'm a great caregiver, because of my compassion for people, especially senior care, developmentally disabled, those who can't speak for themselves, both verbally or non-verbally, being a voice. I've always been attracted to caregiving from a young child. Since caring for both parents, and family members. I enjoy being a part of helping others have a quality of life, through love, care and spiritual enlightenment that they otherwise may not have access to. It is a blessing to help others have an extended quality of life, that may not have otherwise been realized.
What makes me a great caregiver is how I treat people with the respect and love they deserve. What attracted me to being a caregiver is my mom, i watched other people take care of her so I wanted to give the same love back to others who are in need. What I mostly enjoy about being a caregiver is helping people. A personal achievement I am proud of is how many people I've helped in my lifetime with my caregiving career:)
Hello, My name is Benta Russell. I began my personal-care career with Synod Residential Service, in August 2013. I have always done personal-care work since I was a young girl. Growing up in Kenya, it was my responsibility to care for my family's elderly. Every day I would take care of my grandparents by fetching them water from the river, cooking their meals. I also did their laundry, cleaned their dishes, and house. One of the many things I have learned throughout the years is that it is very important to be patient and understanding when providing aid to an individual. All the people I have helped have had different strengths and weaknesses, and as the personal-aide, it was my responsibility to understand this in order to adapt to the individual's needs. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is developing a relationship with the client. As the relationship grows it becomes more than a job and is like finding a new friend. This is important to me because it makes the work that much more enjoyable for both the client and myself. My greatest achievement so far was getting my degree from Washtenaw Community College. There were many days and nights when I wanted to throw my textbooks in the garbage and walk away from school, but I didn't do that. I stuck it through to the end and am very proud to have earned my degree.
I'm a very easy person to get alone with very responsible reliable hardworking and willing . Those who unable to help themselves attach me to being a caregiver and personal reasons as well. Helping those can't help themselves or no family to talk to . Personal achievement I'm proud of is my hard work and making a difference in people's lives.
I believe what makes me a great caregiver is my ability to empathize with others. Everyone always tells me that I have a very big heart and it's true, I care about other people and I want to help them while making them happy. I am a very outgoing person and love to talk and listen to other people. I was first interested in being a caregiver when I was in the hospital for a double jaw surgery. During this time, I could not open my mouth for 8 weeks and I depended on other people to care for me as I could not. I feel this experience helps me become a better caregiver because I know how it feels to be on the opposite side of the caring. I like for my patients to feel as independent as possible because I didn't like the feeling of being helpless and not being able to do things on my own. What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is all the people I meet and being able to share different life experiences and relate to others. I love being able to make connections with people and be able to make someone's day. Personally, I am proud to have just became a level 2 caregiver and all the new tasks I have learned. More about me is that I love art, I paint and draw and create projects all the time. Pinterest is my favorite place to generate new ideas and things to do with my patients. I love dogs, I have a one year old puppy at home. I also love to travel and experience new places all the time and taste new food which is why I also love to cook and bake new recipes all the time. Currently. I am attending Eastern Michigan University and plan to graduate as a Recreational Therapist next Summer 2019.
I have been an CNA/Direct Care Giver for going on 7 years I honestly have passion for what I do it's not just a job for me I love helping people in need. Not only making them feel save but making sure they feel cared for respecting and able to still feel their dignity and independence. What attracted me to become a caregiver is helping my ill father and grandmother. From having to feed bath change transfers range of motion companionship and making sure they never give up, and also working in an environment where people needed all kinds of help, Nursing homes, hospitals independent and assist livings or even just everyday living. I enjoy the one on one connection and conversation. And making my client feel welcome and understood. I experienced a lot being a caregiving and the friendships I build with clients and families is absolutely wonderful I'm really a peoples person. I'm all smiles and all care My most wonderful personal accomplishments was being able to give private duty services to a lot of people I never met all from family and client recommendations because they absolutely loved my work
I'm a person full of compassion, likes helping people who needs us the most. I like seeing people getting better-recovering, believing in themselves, and being optimistic in life. Transition is a process. Have graduated at Washtenaw community college- Associate Degree in Applied Science ,and certificate in Pharmacy Technology.
I am currently a college student going into my third year at GVSU and I am studying to become a Nurse Practitioner. With my experience working in a nursing home, I have a great outlook on how to treat people of all different walks of life. It is important that your loved ones are treated with compassion and the upmost respect for whatever assistance they may need. I, personally, know how tricky it can be to find the right care giver, which is what gives me the passion to be the best possible caregiver I can be.