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I am a loving caring compassionate person. I've been in this field for fifteen yrs. I worked specially with Alzheimer's and Dementia patients as well as Parkinson's Disease. I have worked with In home clients , assistant living , independent living Hospice and intellectual adults and children
I love working with the elderly. That's where my heart is. I love redirecting them & making them feel good about themselves. Helping my grandfather who became sickly made me want to help others. My husband works full time at San Clemente Outlet mall as a security officer. We have our own car. I worked with Alzheimer's an Dementia patients as well as other disabled patients. I have over 5 year's experience. We recently moved here from NC. I'm currently working with 2 clients. 1 has dementia and 1 has MS. I'm looking for a full time close to Murrieta.
I am a compassionate, kind, and gentle person with a passion for helping the elderly maintain quality of life -- no matter what stage of growth they are in. I have experience with dementia, depression, and physical disabilities. I am eager to help around the house too. Most importantly, I am of mature age meaning you get commitment, longevity and dependability. This is my second career in life and makes me feel satisfied because I can make a difference in someone's life.
I became a caregiver because I enjoy taking care of people of all ages. I like being a care giver because I can give extra love and attention to people who need it the most. I have been in the heath care field for over 20 years. I have work with seniors, rehab patients, Hospice, Alzheimer patients, adolescence and pediatrics. I have also been a recreational director in senior and Alzheimer care.I am well versed in several healthcare settings. I have taken care of several family members who have had illnesses including my mother until her time of transition at home.
I am Alazay, most people just call me Zay. I am currently a nursing student at East Carolina University. Caring for others is a very strong passion of mine and to make people happy makes me happy. Being sweet, kind, patient, and respectful all play into being the best caregiver I can be. I'm proud of my journey so far and I can't wait to be a RN!
Hello! I'm Sarah. I have been a caregiver for 5 years now. I have experience in most areas of memory care & mobility & also hospice care. I have gained my experience from working in a nursing home facility & also going out on my own into private duty care. I really enjoy private care. For the simple reason you can connect with the patient and the family on a more personal level while being in the patients comfort of home. I believe what makes me stand out as a great caregiver is the love of what I do! & also my outgoing personalitly! At the end of the day my patients become family to me. I care about them just as much as if they really were related to me. I really do love my Job as a caregiver & taking care of those that are in need. My Reviews from previous family's will speak for themselves. I have never had a disappointed family. I will work with the patient & the patients family to make sure I uphold the best possible care for the patient.
1. I became a caregiver to take care of those who can't take care of themselves. 2. What I like the most about being a caregiver, is putting a smile on their face and helping them with any health or personal issues. 3. My personal achievement that i am most proud of was when I graduated from college. 4. I'm a hard worker and I believe in doing what's best for my family and client(s).
My heart warming, and personable personality helps me tremendously when it comes to being a great caregiver. I empathize with people, as well as just give them one extra person to love them just as family would. I was in nursing school when I decided to become a CNA. When I began my work as a CNA, I left nursing school behind for a moment to really enjoy being a care taker. I loved it that much. I am now currently back trying to become a nurse, one college credit at a time, while still enjoying being a CNA full time. Being able to wake up knowing I love my job is very important to me. Giving care and ensuring the safety and comfort of an individual is an extremely rewarding job. I have the patients and compassion to give these people that just need a little extra help. And it is completely okay to need a little extra help. Choosing me to be your family members caretaker means you a hiring another family member. I will provide your loved one with the love and sympathy they deserve. I will ensure they get through their day completing their daily tasks safely and effectively. I will provide them a friend and forever loved one, as I care for all of my patients as I would want my loved one to be cared for.
I enjoy taking care of people and making them feel better The people I care for make me feel happy. Care giver of the month. I am a young 73 year old lady. I have taken care of family members with cancer, cirosis of the liver, and motorcycle wrecks as well as car wrecks. I believe I can take care of people as I have been doing so since I was thirty years old. Recently I worked for a company as a caregiver for two years. Having to give up my job due to relocating.
I am very friendly and outgoing. I'm very caring. I'm reliable and dependable. I'm full of experience. I have a great heart and I treat people very well. I'm attracted to being a caregiver because I've always had the heart to help others and I have gotten So much experience. I enjoy helping others. I have learned so many things. I've worked with a few from Care.com and they have always been so happy to have found me. This is my dream job. I am trusting and loyal and committed
I became a Caregiver when my grandparents needed the extra help. I enjoy talking and listening to the stories of the older generations. I enjoy helping others with day to day living. I have worked within an Assisted Living Facility Alzheimer's ward and found it humbling and enjoyable. I have worked in the medical field for several years and always enjoy helping others.
I believe one of my many qualities that make me a great caregiver is emotional intelligence. I believe in treating the people I work with respectfully, and I have compassion and patience. I am a nurture by nature. So caregiving comes natural to me. I enjoy seeing my client smile and laugh. While we work together with ADL's, and achieving goals. I also enjoy the connection and relationship we establish. My achievements are knowing everyone I've ever cared for was genuinely loved and nurtured, for each day they were in my care.