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Hi, my name is Lynette. I'm a very nurturing and passionate caregiver of 14 years. PCA certified since 2005, Medication Technician certification since 2015, and CPR/ First Aid certified. I became interested in the healthcare field during my teenage years assisting my aunt with her patients. My most enjoyable moments of caregiving is being able to assist with daily living by giving the client as much independence as possible. Watching the excitement on their faces as they accomplish different tasks is so liberating. Most greatest achievement I'm proud of would be my capabilities and willingness to help service people with healthcare needs.
What I like about being a Caregiver is the diversity of my clients, everyone has a different story and background. I love to listen about their lives, accomplishments, family and loved ones. It's like watching a Classic tale of another time and these stories become part of my life, parts not to be forgotten. I love to put not only my heart into my work, but my sensitivity, compassion, laughter,attentiveness and honest character as well. I have worked with some challenging cases like Alzheimer's, Cancer patient's, Stroke patient's and other types of illnesses. I am thankful for the opportunity to have worked with and known my patient's, not just as patient's, but we became friends as well, and I was there when they needed me. I have been a CNA/Home Health Aid for several years, currently my license is inactive, but I still retain all the skills necessary to perform an outstanding job for you. I love to be a Caregiver and am thankful The Lord allowed such experiences in my life. I am also thankful that you have the chance to know alittle about myself now, and I'd like you to feel assured that I will do my upmost in all aspects of your care. As a caregiver, I do care about you, and want much happiness for you with an enriched quality of life. I thank you for your consideration, and I hope to hear from you soon, have a wonderful and blessed day.
Hi! Thanks for stopping by to check out my profile. I adore working with the elderly, and have the knowledge and experience to provide compassionate, detail-oriented care. I have experience working with a variety of diagnoses due to my background in physical therapy. Please feel free to contact me with any questions, and I look forward to speaking with you! I will gladish furnish references upon request.
Hello, I would like to start by saying I am a very caring, dependable, and detailed caregiver. I have been working in home care for five years. I have experience in all aspects of nursing care from Dementia to Alzheimer's, medication adm, bathing, and all daily living activities such as cooking and light house keeping, etc. I look forward to meeting with you and giving great care to your loved one.
I am a very conscientiousness person and my goal with every client is to make the best decisions for their care plan. I tend to be able to feel the needs of my clients. I am empathetic and this allows me to pay attention to details others would normally overlook. I have always been a caregiver in some form or another my entire life. I have especially been pulled in by the seniors and babies. I don't like to see my seniors suffer or alone or deficient in any way. It breaks my heart to see them put away like a burden. I truely love when my clients see me and know that they are in good hands. They know that I care. I personal achievements are daily....I make someone smile.
I am an amazing, nurturing, and caring person. I have not had a professional hospital job before, however i have been taking care of both my ill grandmother and grandfather for the past 5 years who both have suffered strokes. I will serve and take care of your loved one just as if they were my own. I graduated nursing school with my RN degree in 2014 I am currently in the process of studying for my state board examination. I am looking for a career start to aid in my nursing experience. If you would give me the honor of taking care of your loved one I would appreciate it.
I love to help people , I started out assisting family members taking care of grandparents and then I just learned to enjoy their company how much wisdom they have. A personal accomplishment but I'm proud of is the fact that I finished college and currently seeking to get an education as a nursing home administrator and one day owning my own assisted living.
I have been in home health for the last 26 years, I take my work very serious ive worked with many types of people with just about any type of disability , Alzheimer's, dementia, paraplegic, brain injury , bed bound, I've done live in the past 10 years, my main goal is to give the patient the best quality of life they deserve. To redirect from being sad to happy, to interact with them , take the. Out into the community, or even for a nice walk outside, or a park. I always stay up to date on all my i services pertaining to my job. I'm very passionate about my working with people. From all walks of life...
I am the kind of person that loves to take of of people around me especially the kids and seniors, I see me getting old one day and I would like to be taken care of the way I pamper seniors. I am very compassionate, goal driven and vibrant. I am proud of the fact that people close to me see me as a mother hen
A great caregiver is someone who is kind, compassionate, and loving by nature. A generous, sensitive spirit can't be taught only given by the Creator Himself. Caregiving found me. The elderly, children, and animals bring joy to my heart. If I can bring a little peace and comfort into the life of another person I feel I've done what the Master called me to do. My career as a caregiver began by working in a nursing home facility over a year ago. I worked with respiratory patients, wound care patients, dementia patients, HIV patients, hospice patients, Alzheimer patients, and handicapped patients who had all of their faculties but because of missing limbs were unable to stay at home. I learned to give very basic to advanced care. While the level of care changed the one thing that remained constant was the need for a kind word. I was often asked to go into a room and communicate with a difficult patient because there was something about my calm voice and gentle nature that turned every tide into smooth sailing. I left the facility because it was heartbreaking. It should have been a place where every worker enjoyed working there. Instead finding someone who enjoyed their work was a rarity. I believe private duty will be much more fulfilling.