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I am a mature and responsible person. I am working as a caregiver from November 2013. I am compassionate and attentive to person's needs. I was a volunteer with Serenity Hospice from June 2016 to June 2019. I sincerely believe that all my good deeds will return to me with the same, I am always willing to help the someone who is in needs. I completed my CNA course in the college of the Desert, got certificate, also completed Basic ECG Interpretation course in the college of the Desert, got certificate, completed CPR course and got certificate
Hello my name is Anna Caldwell I was born in Seattle, Washington and raised in Portland Oregon. I moved to Austin, Tx 4 years ago. I am the second child of 5. I am a very caring and loving person raised mostly by my grandmother. I started my care providing over 30 years ago and I have never wanted to do anything else . It just comes natural to me , I love spending time helping out and doing for someone in need. I love animals I have a little dog myself. Don't mind helping with pets.
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 do 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!
I have had a life-long passion for working with adults who are differently abled, and have a great amount of compassion and empathy for such individuals. I started volunteering as a peer counselor when I was working on my bachelor's degree, and found it to be incredibly rewarding. After two more volunteering positions in human services, in addition to working as a case manager and caregiver with dementia-diagnosed clients, I decided that I wanted to dedicate my life to caregiving and social services, and continue this amazing journey. There is great satisfaction in being able to assist individuals who are in need of help to maintain a quality of life that they desire, in addition to helping people to better themselves. I am very proud of the work that I have accomplished both academically, in my community, and professionally. And lastly, here's a little bit about me: I have a BA in psychology and human services, and have aspirations to return to school for a doctorate in psychology. On a personal note, I am an artist in my down time, love my two dogs, appreciate the outdoors, am an avid gardener, and very much love cooking and baking.
I am a caring, loyal, reliable, patient, positive & trustworthy person. I love & enjoy care-giving, spending time serving & helping --working with families to care for their loved ones. I have had many experiences with my own family members dating back to 1994 as well, so I can completely understand & relate to what other families are going through. Those experiences & my long & extensive years working with many other families over time is what makes me an excellent caregiver. I have excellent work / personal references available immediately upon request.
A health care professional with previous nursing license overseas. Currently trained as a CNA, Medical Assistant with many years of experience. I have been privileged to work with diverse patients/clients with Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, Diabetic, Postsurgical patients and many more. , helping them to live a more independent life with dignity while assisting them with all activities of daily living.
- I Treat all person(s) supported, families, coworkers and supervisors with dignity and respect - Provide assistance and support to person(s) in activities of daily living - Follows all policies and procedures regarding safety in all environments - Implements individual support plans as written - Gained and maintained knowledge of health and medical issues for all assigned person(s) supported - Assisted person(s) with healthcare visits, medications and therapy plans - Notified appropriate supervisor of any health concerns or needs for the person(s) supported - Teaches appropriate skills and involves person(s) supported in meaningful and valued activities - Provides and seeks out opportunities for person(s) supported to make choices - Obtains knowledge of person(s) supported desired outcomes and works to ensure they are integrated into daily activities .
I just retired from the military on 31 October 2015 after 29.5 years of service. During my time of service I had many elderly family members that died and I was unable to be there for them due to my service obligations. Now that I'm retired....I want to give someone the care that I was unable to give to my family. I have much love, care, listening and talking skills to give alone with whatever else that's needed for the person that I'm providing care for. I am willing to go for walks with the client, cook for them, take them grocery shopping, help them with whatever else they need help with except cleaning poop. I will treat the person that I'm caring for the way I want to be treated when I am in the need of assistance. Before I joined the military in 1986, I worked in a Nursing Home for 6 months.
I view caregiving as a calling and love to help people. I have assisted with companion care to end of life and everything in between. I am delegated for med management, delegated for g-tube feedings and care, experienced with memory care, physical disabilities, stroke, dementia, Parkinson's, hoyer lift and wheelchair, physical therapy, speech therapy, and light house keeping.
To be a caregiver is to care for someone with all of your heart and soul. I have taken the time to follow my heart and share a positive and understanding approach to others with a need. Each experience has such a great impact on one another. For each day while caring for someone I will look for the joy and hope with them. As I balance their health needs and all other needs for their safety and well being every moment I am with them.
Iam a very loving, kind,caring person i have been taking care of the elderly for 30+ year's, started out working in rest home as a cna I loved my job just didn't have enough time with all off my patients so I went into private care i love talking with the elderly and listen to there story's i just love what I do .
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.