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Hello my name is Michellia Hartmann. I am 22 years old and I have a beautiful 1 year old daughter. I graduated from union high school and right after that I took my CNA course and started working at Grandview nursing center in Washington. I had always known that I wanted to be in the nursing field. I truly love helping others. I feel that I make a difference by making them smile and doing all I can to make each patient happy.
Hello...I'm Madonna, I first realized I wanted to have a career taking care of those in need when I was 26 years old. My grandfather was very ill and my grandmother needed my help taking care of him. Long story short I took care of my grandfather right up until he died in 2014. I've been a certified nurse assistant for almost 5 years now. I'm a very energetic person who can catch on fast. I'm compassionate with almost everything I do especially my job. I have no problem with authority. My first priority at work is keeping my clients safe and comfortable by making sure their needs are met
I have been a caregiver since I was 18. I have devoted my life to caring for people who can not care for themselves. I had no idea when I started my first job as a caregiver that this is what I would fall in love with it, but life is life. The thing I love the most about caring for others is when I am able to see the impact I made on someone else's life, whether it be my client or their family.
Hi I'm a great caregiver because my goal is make my clients comfortable and happy. I take care of each client like their my own family and to make as normal as I can to the client for at home. I really like getting to know my clients and the little stories they tell at times. I think my most proud about is being able to aide people in their last days and years of their lives in the home.
Hi! My name is Kristin. I love being able to help people that need care. I enjoy being able to come into work to make a difference and help the ones that can not do everything on their own. You know, it asks me what personal achievement I am proud of, and to be honest. Doing a job like this makes me so proud. It's an honor to be able to care for people and help them.
Hi all! I'm Adriana. I'm not very skilled in promoting myself, but since you've made it this far (which I am totally excited about by the way), I will do my best to impress you. I'm blessed to be the mother of two wonderful young men by the names of Aidan, 14 and Parker who is 9. I'm the wife to a very loving and compassionate man. We have a dog named Crash who looks like Scooby Doo who is a gentle giant. We moved to Texas about four years ago from Kansas City. I was a freelance court reporter there for nine years. Hearing and seeing more than anyone's ears should ever have to endure led me to a more holistic life and way of managing stress. After moving to Texas I decided to hang up my career as a court reporter and embark on a path more suitable to my natural instincts. We have more recently taking another move labding us here the St. Peters, Missouri due to my husband accepting a work promotion. I'm a loving, caring compassionate care-giver who will take care of you or your family member as if they are my own.
From 2010 to 2015 I was caregiver to my father who was diagnosed with Dementia as well as Diabetes 2. While most people would understand this to be a "daughter's duty" it was much more than that. In taking care of my father, I realized just how much more care, compassion & physical help an elderly person needs. While my father could remember "days past" his memory was very short term & he eventually could no longer read nor write. While he still could dress himself & bathe, he could no longer prepare food nor clean his apartment. My father was happiest in front of a television with someone to wait on him. While his demeanor was mostly calm, from time to time I did have to deal with verbal outbursts & bouts of rage. I realized this was my father lashing out at his situation but I also realized that if I had not been available, there might have been a lot more damage to his dwelling or to other persons in his building. At the end, my father developed "sundowning" & was eventually hospitalized. While waiting for a nursing home vacancy to open up, my father passed. After my father had gone, I became more aware of just how important caregiving really is. I seemed to have become more aware of other elderly people & how they would cope as they aged. Everywhere I went I found myself going out of my way to help an elderly person in need. Pushing a wheelchair, talking, holding their hand, helping them get somewhere, it was as if I had found a new meaning in life. I am a highly intelligent individual, a problem solver & a person who doesn't need to be told twice about how to do something. I am a hard worker-I can cook, prepare meals, clean, can talk a blue streak or just sit & watch TV with someone. I can drive, can lift a heavy load & am a good entertainer. I am good in emergencies & can think a problem through to its remedy. Most importantly, I can communicate with the family with regard to the person being cared for.
My top personality traits that help me be a great caregiver, is my level of patience, communication skills, and the simple fact that I genuinely care about the people that I work with. Even though it is a job I see it as an opportunity to learn new things, and gain new perspectives on life. I worked for comprehensive health care, and have loved it sense. My mother is a CNA and works in home health care, she helped me get into this line of work. I was afraid at first but I began to truly enjoy helping others, I love hearing their story's and giving them companionship. Recently, one lady I was taking care of passed away and you never know how much of an impact they have on you until that happens. It really opened up my mind and heart working with the elderly, I personally am proud of just being able to make people happy.
I'm a very loving caring happy friendly outgoing caregiver. That I feel is my calling and I am very passionate about what I do. I have never gotten a bad experience. and nothing is to much I can't handle. the thing I enjoy the most is giving my clients happiness! One of my personal achievement is I was the only person she would do anything for like exercise and she went from bed bound to walking again.
To me, nursing is about passion and selflessness. This is not just a job to me. It is about caring for others and putting your patient's needs first. Being there for them to give them peace of mind. Knowing that they have a nurse who is competent, compassionate, and professional goes a long way to give my patients that peace of mind and a feeling of comfort.
I have worked with children of all ages, elderly, disabled adults and children for almost 15 years. I enjoy taking care of people, I have worked in the medical field since I was 17. I'm a CNA as well as a CMT, L1MA, first aid and cpr certified and insulin certified. I'm a hard worker and very dependable. I prefer private or in home care to facilities due to the fact that I get a chance to know my clients one on one and build somewhat of a professional relationship with them. I'm a outgoing, cheerful person, and very patient. I've always been told I have a great personality but Im just a normal everyday person that cares deeply for those that I care for.
I'm a single mom that is living the dream! I love helping people and being able to give back when I can, I'm very sarcastic and love to have a good time joking with my clients and making there day meaningfull. I've working in at home health care for 3 years now and have had over 20 clients in my life that have made a big impact on my life and I'm looking to find more! Im certified threw the state in multiple catigorys and am ready to start a new chapter in my life!