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I became a caregiver over 20 years ago when my mother developed dementia and in my experience and through connections in the community I developed relationships with other's that needed support. I love working in this area because it gives me the ability to use all my skills that I've achieved over the years such as patience, understanding, compassion, and most of to strive to continue my education in the nursing field. I'm CPR and first aide and AED certified, clean background, drug free and several private references available upon request.
Skills & Certifications: Home Health Aide (HHA)
1. I became a Caregiver looking a opportunity to have an exciting meaningful career while being able to make a different in the lives of other including patients and families members. 2. Have the right acknowledges and skills in order give a professional care. 3. Be in the position where I am today. Married, working for a stable organization. 4. I am a careful worker and follow all rules of safety. I respect the property of other and will not abuse the time my employer is paying me for. I keep a positive attitude at all time and usually get along with others. I am willing to continue with whatever ongoing education is necessary to advance to the limits my skills and potential. I feel am a quick learner, am adept at following instructions, careful with company equipment and supplies, not afraid to ask for clarification when in doubt. -Opportunity to have an exciting meaningful career while being able to make a different in the lives of other including patient and families. -Help professionally and effectively to patients and families members. -
I am a very friendly, out-going, happy, and caring person. I have a desire to be a sincere blessing to those I care for. I enjoy meeting needs of others and helping to improve/uplift one's life, as well as, lighten their day. I believe I can bring cheer and encouragement to those I serve.
I am a mother of three beautiful children and a student at Pellissipi Community College. Helping people is something that i always wanted to do, especially senior people. I think we can learn a lot from them. One think that makes me feel good working with them is the good mood they can transmit through their smiles. I'm a very patient and caring person and i understand how important it is for families to know that we take good care of their love one's.
Hello! I am a very outgoing and caring person. I have been working in the healthcare field since 2012. I have worked in various roles from direct care to administration/ care planning. I am a quick learner. I have a heart to help people. I love to be an asset to not only the person I'm caring for, but for their family as well. I believe the most important part about being a caregiver is being flexible in the role that you play. I am ready and willing to come in and be a sitter, caregiver, companion, friend, and confidant for you and your loved one. I can perform most tasks that you may need from as simple as being a companion to providing total care. I look forward to hearing from you!
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
I am a very kind, caring and compassionate individual. I became a caregiver due to wanting to be able to assist individuals who need assistance. I enjoy meeting new patients and providing assistance to them. I enjoy having conversations with them and learning about them. Caring for patients is extremely fulfilling to me.
I like helping people and working with people who can't fend for their self. I've been a caregiver since I was a little girl taking care of orphaned baby animals. I have worked with elderly and disabled along with mentally challenge people. I have worked in a med fragile home and also done private in home care. I have been certified in CPR, first aid and had a lot of training on working with elderly and disabled people. I've had 15 years of experience working with disable and elderly. I've taken them shopping, doctor appointment, run errands, I give baths, help dress, cook, and I've done tubal feeding I've taken care of my dad ,he had alheizmer along with clients who had it. I've had a lot of experience working with all kinds of people.
I started caregiving right after I got out of high school. I have always loved it! I have worked different places as a caregiver and have been doing this for about eight yrs. I have worked at assisted livings, home care agencies and private care. I love helping people ! I'm very patient and compassionate with the people I work with. I am a very reliable worker .
I became a Caregiver because I love caring for everyone, young and old. I have been doing that for 30 years plus. I have been some sort of a caregiver since I was a teenager. As a teenager I was the most sought after babysitter in my neighborhood. While I was a Sophomore in High school I took a health occupation class that was a 2 year long program taken at the local hospital. When I graduated I was a CNA and took a job at the Nursing home where I worked for a couple of years. I left due to starting my own family and becoming a stay at home mother. I am most proud of my 3 kids, 2 grandkids and my wonderful husband of 32 years.
Im a very careing person and a hard worker. I have took care of people my whole adult life.i love helping and listening to stories from the people i take care of.i have raised to wonderful boys and have a wonderful grandson. I can work monday-Thursday day or nights
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
I'm a great caregiver because I'm caring,I like to help and make others happy....I became a cna while helping with my grandmother with Alzheimer s...took a liking in how happy I made her and to know I could help her achieve anything as desired...one thing I'm proud of is I wouldn't change my field of work no matter how much the pay is.this is what I love to do
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I became a care giver, because my passion is to help others, who are unable to do for themselves, and to give them the quality of life that they deserve. I like the personal reward that I receive from my clients, when they are taken care of completely. My personal achievement, nursing a client that I cared for, for almost 2 years, and she was very ill, and with my personal touch, and quality time that I spent with her, she competely got better, learned how to walk, talk and enjoy life again, and a simple thank you from her meant the world to me. I am extremely compassionate and completely trustworthy, I'm very professional, and have the gift of love for all of my clients, because their ultimate care I take very personal and I display my caring attribute daily.