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I am a highly qualified senior caregiver looking to assist and care for you and/or your loved ones. Memory care, Alzheimer's/Dementia, is an area most handled but I also offer companionship, light housekeeping, managing and medication reminders, incontinence care, feeding, bathing and grooming assistance plus a whole lot more. I am familiar with in home, skilled nursing, memory, assisted and independent living cares. I became a caregiver because I love helping people. I was raised to respect and cherish the sick and elderly at all times. I wanted and studied to be a doctor, but sometimes life gets in the way of our goals so care giving is my way of still helping in the healthcare field. I like seeing relief and satisfaction on client's faces when they are clean, their home is clean, they have a great meal and great company in their presence regularly. A personal achievement I am proud of is graduating high school with honors and making my parents proud. I attended business school, college and a university. Please take the time to contact me for all of your and/or your loved ones needs.
Reliable, service-focused professional with excellent patient-care, BLS and CPR Certified. Preserve patient dignity. What attract me as a caregiver is, i'm compassionate and truly interested in helping others, things that make me enjoy be a caregiver is the patience, honesty, willingness and ability to follow directions. Assisting residents with daily activities including helping with meals, transferring using assistive devices, bathing, dressing, transportation so that they can remains engaged in their communities, and grooming. Provides clean and safe homes for patients.
My caregiver career began about 2.5yrs ago when I began working for a man with ALS. In such a short time there were many changes to his life and as a result I gained a lot of experience and a better understanding of this disease. I don't pretend to know everything, but I pride myself in using the knowledge I have gained to help other families in similar situations. In addition to care and assistance with ADLs, I can also provide nutrition based on your dietary needs whether it's a blended diet given thru a feeding tube or simply preparing meals for the week. I believe that a caregiver not only cares for the patient, but also the family. I'm patient, reliable and dependable, friendly, outgoing, trustworthy, and eager to help!
What makes a great caregiver is someone who has a passion to help other people and who also has empathy. I have a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology and a minor in Social Work. I chose this field because I love helping other people. I feel that in the United States, our elderly are not properly taken care of and a lot of them are exploited, abused and ignored. I want to join a group of people that prevents this from happening. My mother has Alzheimer's and I have worked with the elderly in The Caring Place in Georgetown and I have a lot of compassion for people of all ages, but especially the elderly. I love learning from them and I look forward to working with them. I will treat your mom or dad like they were my own and I always give 200% in what I do. I am always on time and I am a very dedicated and motivated caregiver.
When I started out as a caregiver I looked forward to spending time with people who I knew I could share life with as I served and assisted them with daily living needs. It has been such a rewarding experience as I have been able to do this and gain the rewarding benefit of working for and with people. I enjoy the opportunity to be able to help others with their ADL's that they need assistance with and to see them perform tasks independently when they are able to. My patience, the time I spend with them, and my positive energy are a few of my strengths that also help me to succeed as a strong caregiver. I understand that every person is different and at a different stage or place in life. It is a joy for me to help a client and to share life with the people that I care for.
Hello I consider myself a loving, caring, patient, understanding caregiver. God has placed a special heart in me to have a passion for caring for the elderly/frail and Dementia/Alzheimers. I have 10+yrs in this field and wouldn't change what I do for a living unless I absolutely have too. I can do showers/bed baths, hair/skin care, exercise/ambulation, activites to stimulate the mind, cook, clean, dress, incontinent care, peri care, and show/give lots of love.
I was 13 years old when i was my god mothers care giver i took care of her for 2 to 3 years i was her only nurse i get to clean her area, feed, bath organize her daily pills take her to her doctors appointments communicate with her every time , take her to do her shopping , she passed away do to her medical terms and from that time i never want to stop doing what i was doing because i was blessed with what i was doing , till now i still wanna go on with the blessing i have is to help out with patients, Nothing more that i love to do than to do what I'm doing right now is to be a care giver i enjoy doing this because i love being around with old age cause they are sweet and what i only need from them is blessing . Thank You
I became a caregiver to help others. I feel like we should treat others the way we would like to be treated. I am very patient and compassionate. I will stick up for my client no matter what. I am very dependable and attentive. I enjoy doing what I do and I love that I can bring sunshine into someone's life when they need it most.
I would be the best caregiver for you because I'm prompt, dependable, loving and caring but the best part of my job is seeing my clients smile... When I leave at the end of the day and my client are happy, I know I did my job... I'm no longer CNA certified but I have the experience and I guarantee you that the client will be in good hands...
What makes me a great caregiver is that I am able to relate to the needs of my clients base on individuality. I am very compassionate towards my clients. I try my very best to understand their needs and find a solution to it. I became a caregiver not only to help people who are at a disadvantage but rather because I care about people and enjoy being a part of their lives. For many years I've lived away from my father, but the moment I received a phone call that he had a stroke I dropped everything and went to care for him until he recovered. That alone shows how caring and concern I am about people who are unable to care for themselves. What I like about being a caregiver is the fact that I am able to bring a smile on the faces of my clients no matter what moods they are in for that particular day. I go to an extended mile to make sure that their needs are met and that they are taken good care of and happy. One personal achievement I am proud of is being able to graduate college. Both my parents are illiterate and for me to be the first out of four siblings to go to college and graduate was a very good accomplishment for me. And with what I have learned and experience I will continue to strive in what I love the most; that is helping people.
I am a great caregiver because I love what I do,I have passion for people.I became a caregiver because I wanted to touch the lives of other people. What I like about being a caregiver is to listen to my client,help them with hair or meals whatever they need.My personal achievement that I am proud of is I Graduate from sonship bible school of the firstborn in 2013.
I am a compassionate caregiver who nurtures a heart of service. Growing up, I've always wanted to help people. After volunteering at an assisted living center and a Memory Care Residence, I realized I'd cultivated a passion for working with the elderly. I decided to take a job as a personal care assistant at Kindred at Home, and that passion has stayed with me since. One of the things I enjoy most about being a caregiver is getting to know my clients. I love listening to the stories they have and the lessons I learn from them. They lived full and wonderful lives. So I feel the least I can do is assist them in whatever they need to get done.
I was a CNA for 17plus years I have worked in Nursing home and Hospitals and Homestead Caregiving Agency Private sitting I can do meal prepare house cleaning and laundry companion but I don't do errands and shopping or transportation I can work full-time or part-time days or evening or nights. I enjoy working with senior I just want to get back taking care of senior Love and enjoy working and caring for seniors I want a new opportunity to work again with seniors.
I have always had the passion to take care of people, i get told a lot that everything i do is in a natural way. I helped with the elderly since i was around 7 yrs old, I did volunteer service in my high school years. I have been a CNA for over a little 6 months, and I have met some wonderful people throughout my job. I enjoy to make them laugh, give them the company they need and give them back a little of what they gave their kids; care, companionship, and love. I love my job, and for me its more then only a job or a client/patient. And I am proud of what i do.
I enjoy people. I am friendly, dependable, organized, detail oriented, and that helps me to be complete. Able to multi-task. Helping others is what I have always done, it satisfy me to know that I can help others. Faith in myself that I can complete tasks makes me happy. Enjoying see someone improve or need help with small jobs makes me work harder to see that they are comfortable in their life. I have worked with clients who have had A-fib, diabetics, rare blood disorder, tremors, some dementia, etc. I can tidy up, meal prepare, and see that medication is taken. helping others in anyway makes me happy. I helped a man live for longer than he should have by being able to transport him to the hospital each week to receive 2 bags of blood. There was no cure for him. So sad.