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This was my dream job when I was about 12 years taking care of my grand mother everyday after school. My duties were to take food to her, collect firewood, draw water from the river and sweep her kitchen and wash dishes. I loved and still love taking care of the elderly and the sick to this day. I am a compassionate, responsible, loving, patient, good company, attentive listener and also empathetic.I am a sociable person who has a natural affinity to providing continuous care. I am dependable, able to handle situations under pressure. Looking for a compatible family or company to work with.
My name is Nanci Wellons, and I've been care giving for over a decade. I enjoy being a care giver because I get to work with awesome people who offer to share their experiences with me. What excites me most of all about my contribution to my clients is helping them to reach a good quality of life. Furthermore, I enjoy finding the ways we are different from each other and supporting that diversity. I acquired, Alzheimer and Dementia certificate, as well as a CPR and First Aid license, Home Health Aide and AIDS certificate, and a food handlers card. Lastly, when I'm not working as a home care aide I design jewelry and paint.
Hi my name is Katrina, I am a passionate and caring Certified (HHA/HCA) in the state of Washington since 2016 with references apon request. Along with becoming a HCA i spent the last 10+ yrs getting experience in residential and janitorial cleaning. I love animals, respect people and rules, and am mindful of confidentiality requirements, different cultures, traditions, and respect the wishes of the patient and family. I am trustworthy, hard working, reliable, and professional with emotional stability. I'm a quick learner and adjust quickly to new settings and tasks. I have empathy for the pain and suffering of my clients and family members. I feel compassion in my job and provide comfort when needed without judgement. I am very flexiable with regards to my schedule and responsibilities with each client. I have interpersonal skills and can work well in a variety of situations with different client's needs, along with physical endurance and able to tolerate standing for long periods of time, lifting heavy objects (or people), and performing a number of taxing maneuvers on a daily basis. I have a quick response to situations by always being prepared with problem solving skills and quickly addressing problems as -- or before -- they arise. Good attention to details and can follow directions. Any questions please feel free to message me any time. Thanks for stopping by, and hope to hear from you soon.
I became a caregiver,after my uncle became ill,my experience with him gave me the joy of being able to be there for him, when he needed some one in the last days of his life.I have worked with people with special needs,elderly, who are confuse after the passing of my uncle, I also take a great delight and pride in my job. To me caregiving is personal,and I do it with love, as a christian that brings me a fulfillment of completion. After my ten years of given care to the elderly and the special needs. I grew in patience and love for my job and I do not see any job out there more rewarding than that.
Iam very passionate about caring for the elderly and trying my best to see that they are comfortable and happy. They were young at one time and therefore need to feel loved and cared for. I feel happy and satisfied just by providing the care they need and letting them know that I am there to help them. I am a happy individual and I love making others feel happy and loved. I cared for my own mother who battled diabetes till she rested at the age of 88 years old. I am a good communicator. I am very patient and I listen. I follow instructions well.
I was the main caregiver for my sister who died 8 years ago from cancer it was the most unselfish act of my life and the greatest rewar.I have alot of empathy for others I know what it is like to be scared and alone. giving a man who was wheelchair bound the ability and confidence to use a walker and go out side I am very easygoing ad lso work for a private client who has copd and is blind/ I also work for withalittle help part time and also first choice in home care. I have references passed a finger print test drug screen etc. I am also a certified home health aide with the state of washington in good standing,
I'm a great and amazing CAREGIVER because, I'm a caring, loving, compassionate, understanding, responsible, reliable, patient, and considerate individual. I pursued my Medical studies for both M.A. and In-Home Caregiver because this is the field I knew I belong to. I enjoy being a Caregiver/Medical Assistant because I get to utilize my skills and knowledge and care for the elderly and families of need not want, besides fills my heart with joy. I'm very proud that I've achieved my education this field, for is have made me a genuine and inspiring adult and it has provided me with the knowledge and skills to help others help themselves. I'm a Medical Assistant and also a Caregiver for the elderly with Dementia, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's, kids under the autism spectrum and adults with medical conditions and hope to best the best one can be and to continue providing excellent care for all that I come in contact with.
Hi, my name is Jholaine. I'm a great caregiver because I have the energy, the capability, and the drive to provide emotional needs of those in my care. I choose to become a caregiver because our elders need someone to help them to live as independent as they possibly can despite their illnesses; they often can't communicate themselves, or they simply don't know what's wrong. I possess the courage and tenacity to make sure that any client in my care will receive the best care possible.
1. Because I found the best way to help others and feel great working in this area. 2. I like the way to give others the love and attention that they need in that age. 3. Take the challenges of helping a lot people and assisting them in all they need. 4. Iam bilingue, I have more than 13 years of experience, open minded and able to work indenpendently, a hard worker, dependable and a desire to help others, create activities to help with learning and more
I became a care giver when I cared for my father during his hospice time, and later I also cared for my mother in law durning her final days. . I enjoy working with seniors because they share some really good stories with me of history. As a preteen I would spend a lot of my time visiting at convalescent hospitals . My personal anchievements is knowing that when I leave my shift I am satisfied with my clients knowing that my client was at peace and content. It is impotant to me that I leave my client with a sense of self worth of themselves. I want them to know that they are important, and that they have meaning in life. I understand that each client would have a different task and different ways of care.. I always do my best to make sure that their needs are met.. I am a compassionate person. and treat my clients with the upmost respect. I believe that they deserve to be treated with dignity. And I will do what I have to, so that they know they are in good hands with me. I have a car with full coverage insurance. That goes with a perfect driving record. I do light house keeping and will run errands for them. Reading to my clients is a plus for me. It opens doors for a open conversation for us. I also have my bachelors degree in social services. In my last employment I worked for 8 years as a over night awake staff support with mentally challenged adults. I will answer any questions that you may have during an interview. Thank you for your time.