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Employers often hire me because of the wealth of experience I have acquired over the years.Remember,I was a CNA/GNA for over six years before going into my Nuring career.Over and above all, I posses a special passion to work with youths and seniors in the areas of Dementia,homecare,long term care assisted living ,rehabilitation and a host of others.
My personality traits that helps me be a greta caregiver is my compassion to help someone , or just to change someones day with the sound of my voice. I love making peoples days no matter what it takes . What attracted me to caregiving would be my love for people , I just love having everyone in my presences . Its a breath of fresh air and it encourages me to keep going . What I enjoy most about being a caregiver is the memories of the people who I take care of . Just listening them to them really motivates me and lets me know how much times have changed . Its really interesting to learn about everyones legacy . My personal achievement I am proud of is finishing school for Licensed Practical Nursing .
I'm very Patient and understanding to clients. Work in collaboration with clients in meeting their goals. Ensure all their needs are met. Encourage and support clients in meeting their goals. Ensure safety, calm and peaceful environment to ensure the clients are happy. I enjoy listening and talking to elderly people. I have learned a lot about Ethics, Cluture, Educational background and Values. Some of the Elderly clients have a lot of Positive experience in life that's helpful with my ambitious mind set. I have been able to work with Clients in recovery and meeting up with their goals
Nursing has always been my passion. I am a compassionate and loving caregiver. Over the past 8 years I have provided loving care to the elder and pediatric patients in their home. We are like a big family. We laugh together and we cry together. I have learn a lot from my clients and am so happy to continue providing services to people who needs care.
English: I became a caregiver because I love taking care of people who are in need. When I see someone suffering and I can make that person smile, seeing that smile on their face is worth more than any pay that they could ever give me. I was a teacher in my home country, Cameroon. I taught for 30 years before coming to the United States. French: Je suis devenu un soignant parce que j'aime prendre soin des gens qui sont dans le besoin. Quand je vois quelqu'un qui souffre et je peux faire ce que personne sourire, en voyant ce sourire sur leur visage vaut plus que tout salaire qu'ils ne pouvaient jamais me donner. J'étais un enseignant dans mon pays d'origine, le Cameroun. J'ai enseigné pendant 30 ans avant de venir aux États-Unis.
I started as an Home Health Aide, after few months I went back to school to get a Certified Nursing Assistant certificate. I finds the job interesting and enjoyable; meeting people, touching lives and making money in a flexible way. I later enrolled in a nursing school, in just a year and half I have became an License Practical Nurse (LPN), August 2009. I was employed two weeks after I was licensed. Currently enrolled in and studying for BSN in nursing. I am working, caring, serving and having fun at the same time.
I have become a care giver because of my need to give back. My mother died of cancer when i was seven months old and my grand mother took care of me till my father remarried when I was six years old. She was very affectionate and loving towards me and I have always been fond of older people since. Back home in Sierra Leone I was the grand son who always visited the older family members and did all the chores they could no longer handle. Such as fetch water for their baths, clean their commodes,do their laundry, when i was old enough, help them cook or cook for them. Thus they always helped me out with pocket money. Mostly I like the feeling at the end of the day of having made someone more comfortable and feeling that old age is not a curse. I leave them with the feeling that there is still someone the can trust. I leave them with a smile on there face. It is a good feeling on my part to think that I am dependable even around the less palatable tasks. A personal achievement I am proud off is taking nursing classes at 53 years old and passing the NCLEX boards on the first attempt. I am 53 years old but look and feel like I am 36 years old. I love to dance, cook, clean, jog, ride my bikes and my motor cycle. I also love gardening. I am married with two daughters 22 and 17 respectively. My older daughter graduated from Temple university in in Philadelphia and now works and lives on her own. my younger daughter is in her senior year in high school.
- Feel like catching up on something I couldn't do for my own parents. - Like the fact that I am helping and helpful. - Took care of someone abandoned by almost all because of his behaviors. - I am just a man who see a human being in anyone and Try as hard as possible to bring my contribution in the well being of that person.
I became a caregiver because I grew up around my oldest sister who is a nurse. I love to see the smile on people faces when they feel better. I like to make them feel love and comfortable. I want to be treated the way I will treat them. I'm a friendly, good sense of humor ,hard working ,trustworthy and easy to get along with others. I am available 6pm -6am week days and any time weekends.
I have been a caregiver for 10 yrs. I have work patient that have dementia , Alzheimer , stroke and Parkinson. I love been a caregiver because at least am able to help and make an impact in their life with dignity and respect. my personal achievement at the end of the day I made them smile and feel at their very best. I love what am doing. also in school learning to become a better nurse and caregiver.
I became a nurse because my family asked me to care for my ailing grandmother and had confidence in me that I would be good at it. My grandmother's doctors complemented me on my good work also. Meeting new people and hearing their story is what I love about being a nurse. I have mostly worked with the elderly and they always have a good story to tell and are so full of wisdom. My mother says that I have always tended to people ever since I could walk good. And since I learned how to talk, I always said that I wanted to be a nurse. I am most proud of myself for knowing what I wanted at such a young age and actually achieved the goal of becoming a nurse. I am a LPN, have been for almost 4 years. I am currently trying to go back to school for my RN. I am new to this area coming from MS. I am married with 3 children and my family is my motivation.