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Dedicated Caregiver experienced in working with disabled patients. Committed to improving overall patient wellbeing and health through personal care and energetic engagement. Skilled in assisting patients with daily living. Prepare meals and keep kitchen, bathroom, and living areas clean.
Hello there. My name is Cardinal. I am a very kind and compassionate individual who is devoted to the well being of others. I have a strong work ethic in caring for adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, as well as elders with chronic illnesses. I grew up taking care of my mother whom is disabled with chronic kidney disease. I also assisted in taking care of my twin sister whom has Autism and behavioral disorder. . I work hard to improve the livelihoods of others in any way that I can. Please feel free to check out my profile and contact me. I look forward to working with you.
I have worked in the medical field for over 20 years. I am knowledgeable in many areas of home care and nursing care. I have worked hospice for many years and I have worked with developmental delayed adults and children. I have experience with ABA and working and helping with job skills. I am experienced with wound care, diabetic care, nutrition and hospice care. I have worked ER urgent care cardiology, OB, Hospice, in home care and respite care. I am contracted with DSHS . I also do private and respite care. I think it is important for individuals to be able to stay in the comfort of their own home as long as possible. I think they receive much better care when surrounded by people and things they love and are comfortable with, pets etc. Home Support Bathing, Dressing, Grooming Tracheotomy Care Toileting and Incontinence Eating Assistance Transfer Assistance Mobility Assistance Medication Management Meal Preparation Light Housekeeping Companionship Shopping and Errands credentials DSHS providr CNA PCAIII Medical assistant/nurse
Hello, my name is April. I have 20 plus years of experience respectfully caring for people. I have an exceptional work ethic and have learned many skills and earned credentials along the way. I am dependable, dedicated and can help make a positive difference in your quality of life. With compassion and empathy, I will listen and hear your story to understand your needs and work together as a team. Most importantly, I have a kind and caring demeanor and a passion for providing great care. This last year I left my Medical Assistant job to help care for my grandmother who had alzheimer's and a cancer re occurrence. She needed full time palliative care and eventually hospice. This was the hardest yet most rewarding job yet. All my training and skills prepared me for the privilege to give her the best possible care. My goal is to help you or your loved one be as independent and happy as possible with out stepping on any toes. In my experience with my in- laws who live in Ct., I came understand the challenges a family can face when deciding help is necessary. Sometimes this can be a difficult transition for some as they are not aware they need help or just don't want to accept any assistance from a stranger. I realize this is a delicate situation that takes time and patience to build a trusting relationship. My hope is to bring peace of mind to you and family members that you are getting the best care possible.
I became a cargiver because I love working with the elderly and because I love taking care of others. I like being a caregiver because I have a heart for people and want to make sure that they are treated with respect and dignity plus one day I will need that same care. One of my personal achievement is going back to school to be a medical assistant and having 3 careers under my belt. I am a person who love to help others and is always there to lend a hand when someone needs it I am a person who will put others needs before my own needs. I am a very reliable person that you can depend on I will treat your family as if they were my own family.
I have spent many years working in the health care field, it has also been my calling. I took a few years off to regroup after working in hospice care and missed being of service to others greatly. Even when I am not working in health care I volunteered for the American Cancer Society and various other organizations. I am kind and have a clear understanding of what it means when someone needs extra care making their day safe and having them feel secure in their environment. I love to listen to the stories of other peoples lives. I find it fascinating to see the individual and not just their restrictions or illness. I am mature , responsible and dependable.
1. I became a Caregiver to gain valuabe experience in the heathcare field which will help me in my future nursing career. 2. I love providing quality care to my clients. I can't help but smile when they smile, and empathize when they are upset. Making my clients happy and making sure they are well taken care of is my top priority. 3. A personal achievement I am proud of is leaving high school, not only as a graduate, buy also as a certified medical assistant. Nothing has ever deterred me from my goal of becoming a nurse.
I was a caregiver for 4 yrs, well experience in caregiving, i am really good at handling any kind of situation when it comes to clients care. I am passionate and really hardworking person. I really put efforts on my job and i think that's what all my clients love about me. I enjoy talking to my clients and make conversations with them. I am proud of my self and i think its an achievement when i give them the right care they needed and if i make them happy and satisfied with my care.
I took care of my Step-mother who has Arthritis very bad. She was always having joint pains & could barley get out of bed some days. So I moved in with her in 2013, and started helping her out with daily tasks. Showering, nail clippings, cooking breakfast, lunch & dinner. Made sure all her dishes were cleaned after. Made sure she took her medication when needed. I drove her to & from appointments or errands she needed to run. I'm very glad I met my step-mom, because after taking care of her for a year, it made me realize I wanted to be in the Medical field. I'm a very patient person, and I love to learn. I feel like I can never ask to many questions, and I can never stop learning. I took care of my little sister growing up, and that always made me more interested in caring for someone else rather than myself. I knew I was put on this earth to be a caregiver of some type, because there's days I go without eating just to make sure everyone else was fed and taken care of.
You will find that I have 6+ years of experience as a back office Medical Assistant. Here are some of my skills for you to look over: Order lab work, Maintain and set up patient rooms, Administered allergy injections, B12 injections, and child immunization. Perform EKGs, took vital signs, and draw blood, and obtain specimens. Answer multi-line phone, operate fax and copy machine. Assist the doctor with PAP and Pelvic exams. Assisted patients with the use of nebulizer treatments. I'm also proficient with EMR Epic. I also have a certification from the AAMA in my field and I am also certified in BLS. My husband has relocated to the area and I'm on my way to join him in August. I would love to be apart of your office. I look forward to hearing from you and I thank you for your time.
I started a new career in medicine after battling illness myself for many years and taking care of my aunt as she passed from terminal cancer in her mid 40's. I think my personal experience and passion for medicine is a key to my great and lasting relationships with patients and physicians. I would like to reach out and help more people and also supplement my income with extra work.
I am a very caring, compassionate and patient person. I love working with people and always have. I have a sister who is special needs and parents who are deaf so I have always played a role in caregiving with them. I enjoy being a caregiver because you are helping make peoples lives easier/better. You play a big role in their happiness sometimes. It's important to have people who actually care about your well being and are not there to just do the bear minimum.