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I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping people and making a difference. I love seeing the smiles on peoples faces and getting to know them. I am reliable and honest and work hard in whatever is asked of me and I do it to the best of my ability. I have done many one on one shifts and those are my favorite because you really get a chance to know someone and treat them as if they were family.
I feel passionate about making sure everyone gets the best care possible; it is important to me to always provide that to my fullest potential. I am applying to nursing school this fall as I look forward to becoming an RN and continuing my gift of giving physical and emotional support to others. Something that I feel is a strength of mine is my ability to provide uplifting, emotional support. I can provide a letter of recommendation from an individual whom I worked with (in home care) for nine months.
Hello Sarah MacKay, here! Thank-you so much for your time and interest. I have been caregiving for over 20 years. I'm a licensed CNA2. I've done many years of in-home caregiving and I've also worked within the Hospital Systems in Portland, Or. I've worked with Elders, Cancer Patients, Surgery Aftercare, Transplant Patients (OHSU) and Hospice (Legacy). I also spent years being a Birth & Postpartum Doula within my small business Sweet Mama Care starting in 1996. I've been working full-time with the dying since 2009. I've worn many different End Of Life hats over the years. I've supported people professionally as a PCA, Hospice Home Health Aide, Hospice Volunteer, CNA, CNA2, Personal Care Manager, Team Lead on EOL cases, an EOL Doula, Vigil Participant, Death With Dignity Passages Participant, Hospice HHA Trainer and EOL Choices Resource Coordinator. Please feel free to check out two websites I've created in 2019 so that My People can find me quicker and I can get them connected to the resources they desire. End Of Life Care Giving, LLC: www.eolcg.com Resource Website: www.death-n-dying.com I will be creating an additional website for more traditional long-term clientele. I take on clients needing long-term care in special cases. I'll be specifically highlighting two demographics there: the Allogeneic Stem Cell Transplant Recovery work I do and The Queen Bee's (little old ladies 85+) that I absolutely love and adore.
I found my way to caregiving 11 years ago and instantly fell in love with it. Whether providing assistance with everyday tasks like eating, bathing, tidying up, or running errands, cooking a homemade meal, or just sitting and visiting with my client, I find joy in every aspect of caring for others and have made it my career. Currently, I work in a Portland-area hospital as a Patient Safety Technician, and am a future nursing student. I am excited to provide one-on-one care for you or your loved ones. Please message me if you'd like to discuss your care needs!
I am 24 years old. I have three years of experience as a CNA in a nursing home and 10 months of experience administering medication. At the moment, I am going to school and picking up shifts that fit my schedule. I am trustworthy, honest, and hardworking. I befriend integrity at all times. Contact me at(503) 737-5149 for caregiving support or firstname.lastname@example.org. God bless..
I am a caregiver for 13 years, l love to help others l am very satisfied when l assist another person when they need help. l consider l have the experience and the training to keep your loved ones safe and comfortable. l take time to get exactly what the client needs. Everyone knows that a person's mood is infectious. When l come to a clients home with a smile on my face and make it apparent that l am happy to help this can only have a good effect on the people l serve.
Hello my name is fallon barton and i have been a caregiver since the young age of 6 years old. I started taking care of my little sister who had cerebral palsy i bathed her ,clothed her, feed her, and helped her perform her activities of daily living. My sister is the reason i started my career in healthcare i wanted to help others like her as well as the elderly. I have over 20 + years of experience and knowledge in every area of caregiving. I have made life long connections with the wonderful families that i have provided care for. And i would love to have a life long connection with your family.
Responsible for execution of caregiver functions including mobility assistance and general hair care. Scheduled and distributed medications per prescribing physician instructions Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs, or automobiles and with dressing and grooming. Cooked and served meals per recommended nutritional guidelines and parameters Completed patient laundry duties as required Acquired food and beverage items through in store purchases as needed Assisted in the facilitation of government resources including food stamps, disability income, utility assistance and various medical resources Organized and processed patient bills and scheduled payments as
I give my all when it comes to my patients and their care. I will always give my patients my 100% with care and making sure their needs are met either by patient care, and or advocating for patients that are not able to address their needs. I will treat each patient with respect and dignity and treat each one as an individual. Caring for my patients is as important as if they were my own family member.
Hello there! I'm a hard working young woman who has worked as a certified nursing assistant for a few years. I love what I do and I enjoy hanging out with my clients while helping them get what they need. I'm a caregiver because I love to help other people and I'm going to be a RN in the near future so this is just one step closer to what I want to do for the rest of my life! I have my certification for nursing assistant, and my associates in science. I'm a exellent cook and I love gardening, driving and pets! I enjoy going for walks and cleaning and organizing.
I have been a CNA for 12 years, obtaining my license in 2006 and renewing through 2017. For the last 2 years, I was the supervisor for my client's healthcare plan. Because I was not working under the auspices of an RN, submitting the required number of hours under a supervisor, my license lapsed. The skills and experience gained throughout that time are still strong, ever expanding for the best possible healthcare outcomes. The first part of my career was spent in the nonprofit sector as a successful administrator. Then my father had his first stroke. I had always promised that he would be taken care of by his family for as long as possible when the time came, and the time had come. He moved into my home and I realized that I actually was very good at caregiving. When my father passed away, I moved to Portland, OR and got my license as a CNA in 2006. I also have a BS in Sociology with a minor in Fine Art, did post graduate work in various behavioral therapies and have spent many years studying complimentary healing modalities. I even spent a few years as an Activity Coordinator for an Assisted Living Center. Love cooking, gardening and pets. I co-owned a cleaning company and was a caterer in the past so I am very familiar with the high standards you deserve. My clients and their families have given me some of the most profound, loving experiences of my life. Together, with client, family and healthcare providers, we will create a progressive and responsive support system. Is your home arranged to serve you best? Does the food that you eat heal or harm you? Have you used an advocate to go to doctor visits with you so you have every advantage for clear and useful information? Is there beauty in your life? What do you want to do with the rest of your life? How can I help you? These are the questions we will answer together. I promise to be professional, responsible, kind, empathetic and meticulous for and with you.
I'm very caring and gentel person when it comes to elderly or people whither disabilities because that's who I am and thy did not choose to be like that and they need my help and I need to be there for them. I became a CNA about 5 years a go as my frist job and did not want to do other job than this for it loved what we do. Recently I got my CNA level2 training and I can proform skilled duties.