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I have worked in healthcare since 2011. I am mature and work well with clients with behaviors associated with specific diagnosis such as Stroke, brain injuries and other neuro related diagnosis. I have 3 kids over age 13. I am going to school for nursing currently. I have a passion for helping others. I am empathetic, down to other and a humble hard worker. I am dependable, I have reliable transportation, a clean care and am always on time.
I have currently been in the nursing field for 12 years now. The things that attracted me to wanting to be in the nursing field are when I was a child my grandfather was put on hospice my grandmother kept him at home and had home care nurses in and out. I loved watching what they do and seeing my grandfather so comfortable at the end of life was a good feeling on a sad heart. I[?] also have a passion to help people and give them the care that they need to make their medical experience more enjoyable. I'm a patient, caring and kind woman who loves what she does and make sure each clients needs are met to their personal satisfaction. What I enjoy most about what i do is going above and beyond to make sure each clients needs are met. I also enjoying making the patient and their family are satisfied with the care provided.
I enjoy the elderly population and having the opportunity to assist them to be able to stay in their own homes with friends and family available to be around them. It is my passion to communicate with the elderly population and glean wisdom and their understanding of life. I respect who they are and where they have been. It is rewarding to me to spend time with individuals and become a companion and friend. About 15 years ago I was able to purchase a large home for my family with a mother-in-law apartment. We all lived there together until she decided to move to a senior living facility. I believe it was the right thing to do and would do it again but you can not also predicted what the other person really wants. I am a caring person who enjoys being around people. I love adventure and new situations. I have learned a lot about myself in the last 3 years as I have enjoyed working as a medication aide and then as the activity director in an assisted living facility.I have extensive training in Alzheimer/dementia care and I have completed training in a program called Powerful Tools for Caregivers. I have in the past worked with the elderly in their home and am looking forward to doing it again.
Greetings, I am a compassionate and gracious caregiver with 10+ years experience working with Alzheimer's/dementia, hospice, and general elder care patients. I was a Certified Medication Aide for many, many years, and have my associates in biology with a minor in health. I believe in treating another's loved one with dignity and respect, much like I would treat my own family.
I became a caregiver when both of my grandparents needed extra help with ADL's and my mother could no longer assist them due to physical ailments that she was experiencing. Later on, it was my mother and father who needed my caregiving for the same assistance. Being a caregiver is my passion. I know, when I leave for the day that my friend is well taken care of and happy because they realize that I will be back tomorrow to be there for them. Over the 30 years that I have been a caregiver, I did obtain my certified nurses assistant license as well as a 40 hour medication aide license and an assisted living administrators license; all remain current. I am a "young " 52 year old woman with two grown children, a son & daughter, both of whom I am very proud.