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First there is God, with God you can become a caregiver, he put love in your heart for people, all people.i have 5 children plus 3 step children and 29 grandchildren all together a lot of love going on. There are a lot of people out there that need a lot of taking care of and they need someone that cares. What I like about being a caregiver is the love that you get in return, not all the time in difficult cases but you know it's there. My personal achievement is when I went to Miller-Motte to become a phlebotomist while working a full time and part time job I look back now and wonder how I made it.
Dawn M. Morgan MA (831) 444-5772 firstname.lastname@example.org To whom it may concern, I would like to take this opportunity to introduce myself. I am an MA with 33 years experience in the Healthcare field working in Monterey, Carmel, and Pebble Beach California. I have extensive experience in Doctors offices, In Home Care, Residential Care Management, and working as a Personal Companion/ Assistant. I specialize in Geriatric care and have spent the last 33 years caring for the elderly who have chronic Cardio-pulmonary conditions, Diabetes, Alzheimer's, and Dementia. I can oversee all aspects of running the home as well as caring for all medical needs. I have 16 years experience with using Hoyer Lifts, transfer of bed ridden & non bed ridden patients, as well as personal hygiene for all types of patients. I have experience in all aspects of personal and medical Geriatric care including working with Doctors, VNA, Hospice, special diets, and the complex issues of helping patients and families deal with end of life care. Services Offered: u Managing Household u Medication Administration u Personal Hygiene u Scheduling Appointments ( both personal & household ) u Meal Preparation u Dealing with Doctors and other healthcare professionals u Transportation to & from Appointments I would greatly appreciate the opportunity to discuss this position with you. Please request list of references to call as I have given my permission for them to answer a
My love for the elderly and they remind me of my grandfather.the reason i became a caregiver is because i have a huge heart for the elderly, and I love listening to the stories that they have to tell about their past lives, it is heart warming.my personal achievement is my 3 great kids they are making their way in life. One is a RN the other is in the army and my daughter studying to be a doctor.
Hi I'm 32 years old i been doing health care work for over ten years between working with individuals with disabilities for two years in a facility working in skilled nursing homes private sitting 2 different clients for over 5 years total worked two years in a group home have a certificate in medication cna training willing to travel
Hi there! Im a natural nurturer and caregiver with a sweet and bubbly personality. I'm easy going, patient, and very flexible! I absolutely love caring for others and making sure their needs are taken care of and that they are comfortable. I started caring for my boyfriends grandma and realized how much I love caring for the elderly! It's something I want to do more of! Through the years I have taught and cared for children of many ages and I would love to do the same for others!
Hello there !! My name is Hannah swift I am 19 years old but I have had 5 years experience working and caring for the elderly. I am currently taking care of a 8 year old little boy with DS through PPL. I would love to go back and watch the elderly. Fun fact about me is I'm very athletic and I am currently going to school to get my RN. I'm super excited to see what the future hold for me !
Hi! My name is Jeannie and I'm 34yrs old. I've been a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) and Registered Medication Aide (RMA) for 10yrs. I grew up with my grandparents all my life and as they grew older, health problems slowly arose and I started assisting them more and more and fell into a caregiving role at a young age. My grandmother has COPD, HTN, DM, Anxiety, Neuropathy and Arthritis. My grandfather has dementia, vertigo and stage 3 renal failure. I am Now his caretaker at home, he's on hospice. I've worked in home care and assisted living care. I'm a very compassionate, caring person whose always loved helping others and knew this was my calling. I am now also looking into furthering my education and career and signing up for nursing school.
Im 33 years old and every since i was 14years old i have been taking care of someone. I have provided child care for family members as well as outside of the family. Im very compassionate and love taking care of people. I lost my father in jan 29th 2009 to cancer during that time i took care of him, i monitored his oxygen levels, despensed medications, changed tubes, cleaned tubes, bathed him, prepared meals that were consistant to the strict diet he was on. I also took care of my mother who had a stroke which left her temporarily paralized on one side i had to do daily exercise with her to help regain the use of the side effected. I helped her with her speech made and transported her to doctor appointments. I love taking care of people because i feel its my way of giving back and even if i cant give as much as i would like just a little goes a long way. I am aware of cpr procedures but am not certified. I have experience in medical assisting took a semester of the course in college.
I first became a Caregiver because my of love for people. It gives me a sense of satisfaction to know that my client is happy and their family has satisfaction knowing their loved one is well taken care of. My patients always remember me no matter if they known for 2 day or 2 years. I care about how my clients feel. It's not easy letting someone do for you that you are use to doing for yourself. I know because I've been there. I was very sick 5 years ago with an infection in my intestine that almost killed me. I had to be the patient for 6 months and let someone else take care of me. That experience helped me understand even more what my patients were going through. I am grateful that I am able to help them.