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My Name is April and I am originally for northern California, I moved to Las Vegas in 2011. I am an easy going, open minded person, I enjoy helping others, I have worked in the medical field/ caretaker field for 11 plus years now. I come from a family of nurses and care takers, so naturally I was meant to help others. The best thing about being a caregiver is being able to help a family in need. I know from experience how hard it is to care for your loved ones at home. To be able to assist makes me happy. Building a friendship and bond with my clients and their families, I still to this day keep in contact with families from past clients that I have cared for. I have worked for one specific agency here in Henderson Nevada for almost 4 years now. I have excellent references.
I love working and helping with people who is unable to do something they want to do. There is great joy in helping who is unable to fully care for him / herself. By any responses for example age,illnesses, injury or another factor,your assistance with daily activities provides empowerment for others and fulfillment for your self.
My name is Michelle Duval Presently residing here at 4950 almagordo st. Las Vegas nv. 89120 I'm proud to serve families that rely on me for the well-being of their loved ones. Taking care of people is more than just my job–it's my passion. Caring for You & Your Loved Ones Everyone wants the best for their family members and friends, and this frequently includes them being able to continue living in their own home. I'm more than happy to accept a clients that need any form of care. This includes elderly members of your family who shouldn't be left alone, people with ALS, MDA, and heart conditions, and anyone who needs help recovering from an accident or illness. Let me ease your mind by taking care of a special person in your life. I am a Friendly, Highly Trained . Your family members deserve only the best when it comes to their caregivers. I am committed to upholding the highest standards of in-home care. I'm passionate, caring, friendly, and I'm willing to undergo a background check or finger print and drug test too. And I will Iable my self to meet the needs of your loved one; and I'm more than happy if the families of my client have nothing to worry about anything. Taking Care A Full Range of Care Services Everyone is different and, therefore, everyone has slightly different needs when it comes to their personal well-being. I cater my services in order to best complement the lifestyle and needs of each specific client. My service durations are very flexible and include everything from 12-hour shifts to 24/7 live-in care. Rely on me to help your loved one with: • Light House Cleaning • Meal Preparation • Dressing • Personal Hygiene • Companionship • Running Errands • Attending Appointments Affordable Rates, making it possible for you or your family member to live at home. . Michelle Duval
I'm a great care giver, the reason being is I take the time to actually think about both my patient well being and there family members. Since high school 10th grade to be exact I started volunteering at nursing homes in my area (Louisiana). From then on I new that this was the right career path I chose and so it was. As I got through high school even after care giving is what I've being doing. Just to see the smiles on my patients face brightens my day. Knowing that I could help those that are in need. My personal achievement would be, getting notice by a grumpy patient. I was new and she always had an attitude. I worked there for about 3 weeks and then I was placed some where else for a couple of days. I had to return back to that grumpy patients house and as soon as she saw me walk through the door her face lit up with the brightest smile and that I was thankful for, and of course earning my Medical Assistant diploma as well as my CNA Certification.
Hello Everyone My name is Andrew Foreman I am a very hard worker, a great self motivator. Someone who will go above and beyond to get the job done right. I am a medical assistant and have 1 year experience in clinical research. I have very reliable transportation. Always will be on time and always have a smile on my face. Contact me if you have any questions (702) 843 9261.
I have been taken care of elderly people for over 20 years. I help them get to doctor appointments, grocery stores and get the chores done around their home. I have patience and love to hear stories. My personal achievement is I went back to college and received my bachelors degree in psychology. I am still in college working on my PhD. I have learned that when working with older adults a person needs to have patience and listen to what the client is saying.
I Became A Care Giver Because Of My Mom.. I Use To Go To Work With Her Cause I Wanted To See What My Mom Did At Her Job And Just Being Around Her And Watching Her Every Move With The Love & Passionate Care She Shows Her Clients Or Resident I Fell In Love And Told My Mom When I Grow Up I Wanna Be Just Like You Mom!! I have been in this field for 14 years and loving it Im A Very Loving And Caring Person And Also Love Pets Im Very Easy To Get Along With I Am Also A Very Good Listener .I Enjoy The Opportunity To Impact Client's Lives And Make A Difference To Them. I Appreciate The Chance To Get To Know Client's And There Families An Become An Integral Part Of There Lives . My Personal Achievement That Im Proud Of Is When I Got Promoted From Being A Certified Nurse Aide To Being A Activity Directory Working With Hadicap Clients. My Name Is Geraldine Biano But I Would Like To Be Called Geri For Short. I Was Born & RaisedIn Hawaii Me And My Family Moved From Hawaii To Las Vegas In 2003., Im Happily Married, I Have 3 Children my Oldest Son (22) Daughter(19)Daughter (16) Aloha
When I lost my mother to cancer when I was a teen is the reason why I became interested in helping others and gained a interest in the medical field.. I first became a Medical Assistant in 2001, then I became as Caregiver in 2004 and in 2007 I became a Medication Aid.. That experience I went through just gave me an urge to want to help others and especially the elderly.. I have now gained over 14 years of experience in caring for Seniors.
I am a caregiver, because I have compassion for elder people. I have taken care of Mr. Reid my friend and client for 8 years. where I have grown to understand the need that we will all face one day in our lives. I go to LDS church where there is employment for my profession, but I need to expand my experience with other avenues.
I am the oldest in my family so my first experience was taking care of my sisters, and our home while my mom and dad worked. I like being a caregiver because I like helping people who need assistance with their every day routine. To form a bond with them, so they will know that I will be there to assist with what ever they may need. The personal achievement I am most proud of is going back to school at a later age and graduating with honors getting my certification as a medical assistant, I am also a certified phlebotomist. I learned from my parents as I was growing up about hard work, honesty and integrity. That you could tell a person by their hand shake. I worked as a home health care provider in MS I was also a CNA at a nursing home in MS.( I guess I take after my mom for caring for others she has worked as a CNA for all my life, a very long time.) At the nursing home where I worked it would break my heart to see some of the residence who never had visitors or family to see about them. So I work at helping people and being nice and friendly to them because, there is not enough respect for the elderly in the word today!!!
I have worked in healthcare for over 20 years as a nurse assistant. I have worked several years in the hospital setting as a floater in every department. I have extensive knowledge working with the elderly and special needs population. My experience includes, cancer care, colostomy care, memory care, Ms, msa, respiratory therapy, wound care, vitals, medication management, diabetes care, cardiac care, post op care, medical surgery, ICU, emergency care, advance CPR and first aid, licensed cardiac technician etc.