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Licensed State Board CNA. I have been working in the nursing field for over 20 years. I take care of each of my patients as if they are my own. I am willing to cook, clean, and help my patients in anyway possible. I love caring for people, this is my passion. Happy person reliable dependable enjoy working with the elderly patient and go the extra mile for the patient, compansionate and love what I do. Affordable rates. Thank you. I am looking for live in For 24 hrs on a Saturday and Sunday
Get along well with other enjoy laughing and getting to no someone,very respectful of others and their property.Everyone have a story and i love to listen to seniors life and where they are from.It makes my heart feel good to know that i have made someone day or put a smile on their face or help make their life just a little bit easier.No pets..
I'm a awesome caregiver who enjoys showing a lot of empathy, compassion, respect and love. I build trust with my patients and their family to ensure them I'm reliable, attentive, caring person and dependable at all times. I've taken care of a lot of elderly of all ages and health issues. It's all about being by their side, having respect for others and having lots of patience. I enjoy every part of being a caregiver because my patients need somebody to make sure their ADL's is done a on daily basis, medication reminder and keeping them active as well. Some patients enjoy talking about their pasts so its important to ask questions showing concerns helps build a awesome relationship between the caregiver and the patient. Being a good companion to somebody's family member is very important, giving them a shoulder or ear makes them feel comfortable which outways the big issues.Being recognized by my patients and the family is heart throbbing which tells me I'm doing a good job and they appreciate my work ethics. Noticing that I'm there for their love ones I'm a good and loving caregiver is a blessing. I've worked 12 hour shifts to maintain a open relationship with my patients especially when the family is busy working. I'm that go to employee who goes way beyond the job duties and will always enjoy taking care of your love ones as if their are my own family.
When I lived in Tennessee, I cared for an elderly lady who had survived a stroke and was paralyzed on her left side. Each morning, I supported her left side to rise from bed, assisted her in using the bathroom, and help her get settled in the living room with a heating pad. I prepared her breakfast and wheeled her to the table and tear up pieces of bread, tossing them outside for the squirrels and birds to eat. She loved to watch them. Even on days when we were going nowhere, I still curled and teased her hair, helped her with her makeup, and picked out an outfit she would like. Sometimes we would sit outside in the sunshine, and sometimes we would stay inside and read or nap. I provided her medications each morning and evening, cleaned her house, washed and folded her laundry. After I moved to Virginia, we corresponded via writing letters for a while. Even when I would return to Tennessee to visit family members, I would pick up a shift or two just to spend more time with her (until her passing). Ms. Betty always had a preferred way of doing things, so I served as her natural extension and carried out tasks in the way she would have done them herself. The routine was always structured and specific, but I didn't mind. My favorite part about being a caregiver is the companionship I experienced that was centered around human needs. None of us can make it on our own. I believe sharing information, resources, and service is the only way to thrive as complex humans in a complicated world. I am proud to have honed my dedication and patience through my experiences with Ms. Betty, and I look forward to serving others in this way.
I went to nursing school to help take care of my brother, but he passed while I was in school. In 1999, my mother had a stroke, and she needed help, so my skills kicked back in and cared for her for over 6 years. After her passing, I continued caregiving to give families peace of mind. So since, 2007, I've been a in home private duty caregiver. Able to help families keep their loved ones at home and I developed a one-on-one care as a professional caregiver.
I'm Caring, Compassionate, and Hard working. I became a caregiver when my Grand mother became ill. I wanted to give her the same care she gave us when my parents split. I always try to give a 110% and would do whatever it takes to make the clients feel as normal as possible. I've been a caregiver for over 20 years. My greatest accomplishment is to have taken courses for the L.P.N. curriculum. I want to make a difference in the lives I touch.
Hi my name is Tamirre but they call me sunshine because i brighting up days .what makes me a good caregiver is that I'm a very dependable person. I do things the right way and give my all in everything I do I'm also a very trustworthy . I had a coworker the suffers with cerebral palsy and was looking for an aid I was so excited and willing to jump right in with no hesitation, and after working for him for a year in a half I decided to go to school to get my personal care certificate in pct. Overall my greatest achievement is working for publix for twenty years providing premier service and now I'm soon to retire In November 2016. And now im looking forward to working another twenty years in caregiving
I have been passionate about being a caregiver, ever since I was younger. I have most recently took my passion and determination for this field and have started my own in home healthcare business which is called The Care We Give LLC which is run by myself and my sister. We offer a variety of different services which range from 24 hours services down to running errands. Please feel free to contact me at any time, so that we are able to discuss a plan that's best for you.
I love to serve people, in general. I feel a special call at this time in my life to serve seniors and I would appreciate the opportunity to share my skills and services helping your family member. I have more than 10 years of experience caring for seniors, including seniors with Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. My tasks include light housekeeping, meal preparation and feeding, laundry, bathing and grooming, shopping and errands, escort to appointments/outings and companionship. I am certified as a Personal Care Aide and have completed the Nurse Aide program at the American Red Cross.
Experience makes me a great care giver. I've been doing this since 2005. I love what I do and to see the smiles on my clients face makes it worth while. I get involved with their daily activities even doing exercise . . I have worked with a few families and in side facilities. I have done hospice care and more.I also have worked in memory care and dementia clients. Even Adults with mental illness. I come from a large family and as a child it was second nature. I love the smiles and the warmth that comes with being a caregiver.
I retired early and was a caregiver for a 90 year old woman three days a week for three years. Sorry to say, she passed away recently. I would love to provide excellent care for you or your loved one. I'm honest, friendly, courteous and a compassionate person. I have a good sense of humor and can provide great companionship. I can assist with daily living. Providing exceptional care with transportation for doctor's appointments, grocery shopping and errands. I will do healthy meal prep, laundry, medication reminders and light housekeeping. I love animals and willing to provide care for your pet.