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Many people call me an "old soul" but I am in my early twenties. I have been a caregiver for five years and it has helped me enjoy the company of others. I enjoy meeting new people and seeing things from other's point of view. I aim to provide the utmost respect to my clients and their family members. I am often trusted with multiple tasks and can tackle challenging tasks quickly. I treat my job as a privilege because being a caregiver takes patience and compassion, and I am grateful to be a caregiver. My time as a caregiver began when my grandmother became ill and needed assistance. I was by her side for the time that was allowed, and I enjoyed every minute. After she passed, I started volunteering at nursing homes as a companion. I got to learn more about everyone personally, and that motivated me to want to be a caregiver after high school. Throughout the past years, I have provided caregiver assistance to many people. I love being a caregiver because it allows me to build connections, not only with the client but the family as well. I can understand, first hand, that being a twenty-four hour seven day a week caregiver can be difficult/stressful for family members to do on their own, especially if they have never done it before. If I can alleviate some of that stress, whether it is for a few hours or a few days out of the week, I will do anything in my power to make that happen. A personal achievement that I am proud of is that I graduated from Texas Wesleyan University with a bachelor degree in business administration. With this degree I plan on helping my mother, who is also a caregiver, start her own group home.
I am a kind, sympathetic and caring individual who loves to help others. I am often told I am very selfless and compassionate. I pursued caregiving because I have always wanted to work in the healthcare field; I plan to become a nurse and working as a caregiver will serve as a stepping stone into my career. What I like most about caregiving is that I feel that it is a field in healthcare where I can directly help people the most. I am very proud of becoming a certified nursing assistant and obtaining my CPR certification.
I have about 15 years of experience in taking care of elderly in their private homes and in health facilities. I really enjoy this job because it allows me to express my passion to those who need love and care in their different situations. I am very hard working, competent, caring, reliable and honest.
I WORKED IN HOSPICE FIELD FOR 25 YEARS. MET ALOT OF WONDERFUL AND CARING PEOPLE WHAT I LOVED ABOUT MY JOB WAS FEELING FULFILLED THAT I HAD MADE A DIFFERENCE IN SOMEBODYS LIFE IF EVEN FOR A LITTLE BIT I TREAT ALL OF MY CLIENTS THE WAY I WOULD WANT TO BE TREATED WHEN THE TIME COMES FOR TO BE TAKEN CARE. THE ONLY REASON I LEFT MY JOB WAS SO I COULD BE CLOSER TO MY FAMILY WHO I AM VERY CLOSE TO, I LEFT A GOOD STAFF, WE WERE A GOOD TEAM AND ALWAYS PRIDED ON BEING THE BEST OF THE BEST.
I have a proven and demonstrated patience, tact and cheerful disposition in providing a home-like feel to patients and residents in a healthcare facility. I have a rich and extensive hands-on experience and a solid education background, personal care expertise and passion to serve the ill, disabled and the elderly.
Personally I believe what makes me a great care giver is my caring and kind personality. I've dealt with many different cases and what I enjoy most either than caring for someone is making them a part of my family. I take pride and joy in being a caregiver because I never got a chance to have my own grandparents and in each case it's nice to get a chance to share each different experience with a client that either needs love, companionship, comfort or even a little help. My greatest achievement is honestly being able to still be caring, pateint and loving and treating each case personally.
Hello my name is Kristen, I've worked in the medical field for 15 plus years. I pride myself on providing quality care to my clients.I have experience working with Alzheimer's,Dementia,ALS,Quadriplegic's, MS,Stroke victims and most all debilitating diseases.Bathing,dressing,feeding ,laundry,light housekeeping,meal preparation and transportation are all services I can provide .Please feel free to contact me with any questions.Kind Regards Kristen
What makes me great, is the love, compassion, my loyalty to my clients and family. Everyone has a calling, a purpose in life. And for me is helping, giving and sharing with others. My biggest achievement is watching someone get their confident back and feeling that they are not in it by them selves. Sharing their smiles, laughter and even tears. Just to know they know someone really care.
I have been a CNA since 2002, but I've done caregiving for more than 20 years. I really enjoy taking care of others. I feel like everyone deserves respect and to be treated as if they are your own family. I am up to date with CPR, and I am a licensed CNA. I can provide references if you would like.
Hi my names are Erica Besong Ashu I am a CNA and a caregiver I have been a caregiver for 4 going to 5 years now .I wanted to be a caregiver because I loved taking care of the elderly, being around my grandparents made me love it the more.i love the joy that some times they have on their faces and the stories they tell,my biggest joy is the happiness on their faces, I will love to see that in your love one's face,let me be part of your lives.
Hi my name is makayla Emerson ,I am a motivated Certified Nursing Assistant. i have 8 years of hands-on training, experience working in assisted living facilities, home healthcare, with disabled and geriatric patients. I feel confident that my background, strong bedside manner and skill providing high quality. I have worked extensively with special needs adults and geriatric patients, providing and documenting all personal care and rehabilitation services such as feeding, bathing, and assisting with mobility. My focus on safety and nurturing nature allows me to help boost residents morale and help them maintain dignity in times of distress. I feel that I am a strong candidate for the job and firmly believe I have the knowledge and experience that you are looking for. I would welcome the chance to speak with you more about my background and about the position.Thank you for your time and consideration. Have a wonderful blessed day.
I became a CNA because I love taking care of others. It gives me joy to make someone smile or to see them reach a goal. A personal achievement that I'm proud of is helping a client that was not able to use his left hand because his bones was cracked and right foot because his heel was chattered. I was able to help rehab him back to a functional arm and foot by using range of motion and different activities. A little about myself is that I'm 35 and have been working in this field for 16 years. I'm very goal oriented, patient, and dependable.
I have in working with seniors for over 10 years. I have had the pleasure to work with seniors from all walks of life with a wide variety of health conditions. I am a firm believer in enhancing the lives of seniors and not focusing on their limitations. I have experience in Hospice care, ALS, Alzheimer's, COPD, Deafness, Dementia, Diabetes, Parkinson's disease, Stroke, and many more. My experience includes any and all of the following: personal care, grooming and toileting, bathing, and all activities of daily living. In addition light meal prep, grocery shopping, accompanying and driving clients to physicians appointments, and taking clients to outings such as the movie theater, and the mall for shopping, or out to dinner. I have worked in all types of senior facilities such as independent living, assisted living, and on memory care units as a private caregiver. Furthermore, as a respiratory therapist, I have been able to use my expertise to provide oxygen therapy, and or nebulizer treatments.
I became a Caregiver because I feel like I am making a difference in someone's life. A smile, touch or words of encouragement can add so much to the life of a sick or elderly person. This kind of connection makes my job more than what it is and that gives me personal satisfaction. I like being a Caregiver because I enjoy meeting new people, and no 2 days are the same. I'm proud of graduating from CNA school at the top of my class and passing the state CNA class on the first try. I am married with 3 very active teenage boys. I enjoy being an active mom in their lives. Originally I am from Naperville, Illinois. My husband's company transferred to Fort Worth in 2008. I have had various other positions. Late summer last year was when I started my studes for my CNA career.