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I became a caregiver because I love to serve and help the needy. Before I started a job as a caregiver, I volunteered at the Pre-Ops of Sinai hospital in Baltimore forsix (6) hours, 3 days a week.I care about people, I am a very loving and caring person, full of empathy and I am learning so much in this chosen career from my clients. I am full of joy, I love to sing, read them poems and sometimes we dance together. I love to dress them up. We play cards sometime and some of them watch their favorite game show on T.V and cooking is also a delight to me. I am a great companion on my one -one cases because I love to be fulfilled at work too.
Hello my name is Tekela. I have been providing exceptional caregiving for 23 years. I have worked in group homes, assisted living, hospice, memory care and home care. I am a Certified Home Health Aide and Personal Care Assistant Care. I have completed Phlebotomy training and Medication training. I am certified in CPR and First Aide and I have a current tuberculosis test, which is negative. I have completed several inservices and assessment trainings. I have set up and ran various blood pressure and osteoporosis clincs.
My Name Is Winnie! I Am passionate about helping others get through every day life challenges. Always Cheerful and patient... Love interacting people from different works of life.. I am also dedicated and reliable worker with a strong record of employer satisfaction and an exceptional body of experience in caring for the mentally ill. Adept at handling stressful and unpleasant interpersonal situations with professional calm and courtesy.
I am a trained Nursing Assistant with strong achievement history for over 10 years providing quality care to seniors and making a difference in people's lives. Skills and Work Experience: Experienced trained CNA. Certified CPR and First Aid. Acute care. Hospice care. Medication trained. I am a reliable, quick learner, flexible to change, honesty, trustworthy and dependable caregiver
I became a caregiver to help those around me and help influence others and make a difference in their live in whatever way I can. I'm proud of being in the medical field and the beautiful reward it gives me when I go home because I know I made a difference in someones life. I'm a Romanian male that got adopted into an American family that enjoys to be in company of others
I have over 25 years of experience working in healthcare. I have worked in both hospital and long term care settings. For me, the greatest rewards have been the connections I've made with my patients. Sometimes just holding someone's hand or actively listening to their story can make an enormous difference. The care and compassion I can share is an honor and gives me great rewards.
I have been a PCA for 20 plus years for special needs young adults and for the elderly in their homes. I love helping people and trying to make their life easier. The fact that I have done this for 20 plus years I feel I have been able to help many and it feels very rewarding. I was very recently recertified as a Certified Nursing Assistant or what we are actually called now is NAR (Nurse Assistant Registered). I was originally certified as a Nursing Assistant in 1977. I had to take a State Board Test so I am registered through the state of Minnesota. I just took a CPR/FirstAid Class and am now recertified in CPR and First Aid. Young and old have told me they loved having me as much as I enjoyed taking care of them. I do it with respect, kindness and patience and I go into their homes to help them be able to live their lives the way they want or need to and in a way that makes them happy. It's not about doing things my way, but helping them accomplish the way to live that they are accustomed to. Once again, helping people is my passion. I took care of my mother when she had cancer and out of my 7 brothers and sisters and I, my mother wanted me to always be there, she said she just felt more comfortable with me there. As sad and as hard as it was to see my suffer, I enjoyed helping her every minute. A couple years after mom passed, dad got sick and needed strong IV antibiotic 5 times a day and he wanted me to help since I had more available time and I felt comfortable doing it . After a couple days of me being there my dad said to me, "I know exactly what your mother was feeling, I feel more comfortable with you here, you just have the nac and your comfortable and it makes me comfortable". Those are the greatest compliments right there. I enjoy this job very much!
I became a caregiver watching my mother as a CNA while I was a youngster, she motivated me to become a CNA, also there's nothing that pleases you as a person than being able to help some one out and make there lives easier. I like it because after a full day of work you feel satisfied knowing you made a difference today. I am proud of where I started (CNA) because it gives me insight as to what I enjoy doing and future as well. I am well energized enthusiastic, prompt. love a good place to work, caring and compassionate
Don't be deceived by my young age, I am a reliable young woman who takes pride in her work. I am known to be a kind, patient, positive, hardworking, and compationate person. I love spending time chatting with my clients, giving a listening ear or putting a smile on their face. My goal is make their day a little brighter and their family's life a little easier. I have many references that will tell you how dedicated I am to my work and the people that I care for. I've never smoked a day in my life and I have a reliable car that I bought last year. I pride myself on punctuality and organization but I am flexible when the need arises. I have had 5 years of homecare service under my belt, in which I gained experience I have experience in a wide range of situations and disabilities including alshimers, dementia, MS, after effects of a stroke, ect. 3 years ago I obtained my Nurse Assitant Certification (CNA) through the Red Cross. I promise, you will not regret hiring me.