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I love being a caregiver and helping others is what I love to do. I have over 6 years in experience caring for the elderly. My personality traits consist of being trustworthy, loving, caring, and having understanding and energetic. I am very trustworthy with what I say. I am very caring to others and will put their feelings first, I show love and compassion when it comes to helping others. I am supportive and will help you to do what you want to do. I am energetic and will get things done if needed or I can be laid back and spending it with someone who feels lonely. I am very good company and my previous clients and current clients will agree. Caregiving attracted me when I was providing personal care for a resident and felt like I was needed and appreciated for helping them. I find joy a happiness helping others. My personal achievement is working as a caregiver over 6 years with a lot of experience and good references from helping others. I love helping and caring for others and feeling appreciated by making a difference in someone else's life.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Hi my name is Layla I'm 18 and I go to Murray State University. I am young but I am a hard worker. I have only worked in nursing homes however I have had to deal with a lot of medical issues at home as well. I am very compassionate and love to talk. I love helping other people in time of need.
I am a very loving person that will treat your family memeber exactly how I would treat my own, with the same love and care. I have such a big heart for those that need help, and especially for working with geriatrics. I love to help others grow and to help themselves and to show care when others haven't.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I first started out through Addus Health Care in Marion, Illinois. At the time I did not know what I was really doing, it was just a starter job until I could find the job that I was truely looking for. Within the first couple of weeks that Addus Health Care, they were sending me to different clients homes, it took a little while for me to start feeling comfortable. The people who I got to come in contact with, and help with their daily living schedules; were so nice and so good to me; they were so loving, and it was the people who showed me so much love who made me want to show all my love back and they made me want to help them; but most of all through all the months and years that I had devoted my life with these people; it became where I just didn't want to share my love with them; I needed to show them because I need them as much as they need me. I love helping other people and getting to become a special part of their lives and families. I continued my education into CNA and CPR classes and have graduated, and am now State Certified through Tennessee.
Skills & Certifications: CPR
I graduated high school with my CNA license and shortly after started my first job at Hardinsburg Nursing and rehab center. It was extremely stressful but very rewarding. I learned a lot from not only my co-workers but the residents I looked after. This job gave me the opportunity to further learn about medical issues and how I could help ease the pain or simply take their mind off of it. Shorty after leaving this job I started working as a caregiver at the BeeHive homes of Grayson county which is an assisted living facility in Kentucky. The BeeHive was a much more positive environment and allowed me to grow personal relationships with the people I cared for. The BeeHive is half the size with double the manpower which allows the caregivers to take breaks and actually get to know who we are caring for, their life story, their family and so much more. I love working with my residents because when I have some life problem I'm telling them about they have all kinds of wisdom to share.
Three years ago, my grandmother was diagnosed with Stomach and lung cancer. Shortly after her diagnosis, she had a stroke and was unable to do much of anything for herself. I took care of my grandparents until my grandma passed away last year. I realized that helping people was something that I really valued and took a job as CNA at the hospital and loved the work I did there. My favorite part was helping the patients to achieve things they thought that they couldn't by offering them an arm to hold onto and some encouraging words.
Iam a very loving caring person who enjoys what I can do for others..i enjoy making someones life a lot easier and to give comfort and encouraging words whenever needed..i have been thru many trials of my own and have walked in others shoes so I feel that I have what it takes to be a caregiver to someone..