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I became a caregiver because I love to help people, I have now been in this field for three years and love every second of it. I love helping the people I work with and making their day better. I love seeing the smile on their face when I arrive. Even the most difficult day is fulfilling.
I am a very caring and compassionate person. I love making people feel valued and respected. All to often family members leave their loved ones in a nursing home and never look back. I feel it important to spend your last year's of life 2ith a purpose and value. I specialize in hospice care and I have training in all spectrums of care from mild to severe. I have dementia training. My primary goal is to leave a person feeling value and appreciation. I always love to hear someone's life story I feel they become part of me and my hope is they can live on through me in some way.
I find caregiving extremely rewarding and thats why I have done it for over 20 years now. The bond you create with the individual/individuals you are assisting is one that can never be replaced. You spend so much time together you literally become family. I became a CNA at the age of 16 and thats where my heart truly belongs.
I have always been a caregiver. I am the oldest of 3 and my mothers best friend has 2 girls so I had to keep an eye on them all!! Now I am a mother myself to 2 beautiful girls. I am a great listener and can handle things when they get a little hairy. I remain calm in an emergency and can think logically and quickly in the time of need. I love helping people. I most recently have been working with adults with mental and physical disabilities. I had been at that company for 16 years!!
My name is April and I've been a caregiver for 11 years. I enjoy what I do! It's rewarding to me. When I was 10, my grandpa became sick and we took care of him in our home. I remember sitting in his bed playing cards with him. I also remember providing direct care for him when my mom couldn't. Maybe this is why I became a CNA, it's in my blood.:) While working in a nursing home, the residents become your family. They see us almost every day and look forward to seeing us, as I look forward to seeing them too. It's so rewarding to see the smile on their face when I walk in their room. It brings me joy, to see your loved one happy and smiling.