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1)I have 18 years experience in Caregiving I have a bachelors degree in Doctor Oral Medicine, I am license and board passer as RDA in California, I am a certified and license in X-ray taken in College of Marin Kentfield, Ca 2) That I am the money maker in our house I am hard worker, I got all the requirements, drug test, live scan, Current TB Test, All my STD blood test are negative, I am registered in California as Caregiver, I have the 10 hrs. Training required by the state of California which is 92% and also 5 hrs training in Caregiving required also by the State of California the score is 100% 3) All that I have mentioned above ....I HAVE ALL THE COPIES IN ME CELL PHONE I CAN EMAIL IT OR TEXT IT 4) I am a US Citizen
Welcome to my Carelinx profile. My name is Paula , After 2 years of living in Las Vegas NV. I decided to return California . I am a seasoned caregiver working in healthcare for 27 + years , caring for people is a passion of mine, I also worked in Mental Health and Hospice . For the past 13 years I've worked as a caregiver, homecare and home hospice care, I am also registered with IHSS. My past and present duties/ experiences as a caregiver are such as these but not limited , Dementia/Alzheimer, Tube Feeding, Vitals , Compainoin Care, Catherter Care, Colostomy Care, Meal Prep/ Special Diet, Diabetes ,ALS , Vitals , Bed Ridden Patients , Cancer Patients, Terminally Diagnosis, Doctor Appointments, Wound Care, Medication Reminders, Medication Management , Showering/BedBath, Stroke Patients, charting etc.. Hourly rate: $15-$25 /hour . My goal as a Caregiver is to provide a tailored needed service to each individual client .I have taken TWO-STEP Tuberculin skin test with negative results . PCA , CPR & FIRST AID CERTIFIED. Certificates: CONNECTING THROUGH CARES , HOSPICE 101 . References letters ,Certificates & Resume upon request.
I became a caregiver because I love helping people. Also because my senior year of high school my stepdad was in an accident and had a head injury and it made me want to help people in the hospital. I have lots of experience was a certified nurse assistant for over 11 years.was injured so went to school for medical assistant and realized I made more and enjoyed being a cna more. I am a very patient and compassionate . I can be stern when need to. I'm reliable. And have references
I have been a CNA for over 5 years I've worked in various acute care hospitals such as Highland Hospital, Kindred Hospital to name a few. I have experience in ICU, Step Down, GI Clinic, Same Day Surgery, Infusion Center and PACU I have a loving heart which I think a person need to work In this field I give my patients the same treatment and care tht I would someone to provide me with if I were In There shoes treat them with respect and you and ur patient will have a bond and that makes for a great care giver/ CNA
I am actually a CNA. I became one because of my grandmother. Seeing her in the sick stage made me want to care for every elderly I could. As a child to see someone who means a lot to you, just go down it made me say when I grow up I want to be in the medical field . And I became a certified nurse assistant. I like the fact that they depend on me for care. I also enjoy caring for them,the look in there eyes when they see me makes me feel like I'm important to someone. My love for older people is undeniable ,strong ,and unfailing . I don't see me doing nothing else but sharing my big heart for a person who needs it. My personal achievement is making them smile when they see me coming to care for them. Letting them talk about old times , listening to their life before they needed a person to come in and care for them. And just knowing that they are glad to have a great caregiver In their life, that's what my achievement is. I'm 40 years old. I've been a CNA for 14 yrs I live in Lodi. I have one son he's 20 soon to be 21. I work for Mule Creek State Prison. I am very active I go running 5 days a week. I enjoy go to the movies, walks, and watching lifetime movie network. I like to visit my dad weekly we have Sunday dinners at his house, which I love I'm very easy going and I live life to the fullest.
Hi I'm April, I started out as a caregiver when my grandfather was in hospice care. Knowing he was dying I just wanted to make him comfortable and just simply care for him. I would say that's when I realize that I would devote my like to serving people in need and I believe that elderly ppl need it the most. I've always enjoy conversations with my clients weather it's talking about their past or giving some life lessons , learning from the elderly is beautiful knowledge. It is what made me the caregiver I am today! Being a mother of five children, has given me patients and understanding along with my experience of being a Certified Nurse Assistant and a caregiver for over 20 years. I will definitely be a wonderful fit for your loved one. So When can I start lol
I am naturally caring and compassionate person; So doing just so will give me sense of accomplishment that I am doing something good. A personal achievement for me was when one of the toughest person I am taking care of stated that I just made him feel important and apologizes for being mean and asked me to take care of him from that day on. And when I simply cover them with blanket while sleeping and says to you " Your such a sweet person and Thank you for taking care of me every night ". And that feeling of rewardness when simply you put a smile and genuine laugh when they see you. That is an accomplishments for me, at the end of the day, I go to sleep smilling, thinking I just made someone's day. I am hardworking, caring, compassionate, patient, understanding, dependable, reliable and flexible. I have been working in a Assisted Living and Memory Care Community for 5+ yrs as a Personal Care Assistant and Medication Technician. I assist individuals on their daily living routine i.e. Dressing, grooming, bathing, escorting, preparing their meals, assisting on their medication management. Assistance on incontinence care example changing their depends, emptying urinal and catheter. Light housekeeping and companionship. My services could simply be as follows: picking lunch/dinner, assistance on taking medications including insulin or checking sugar levels, making meals, running errands, giving rides to medical appointments, hair appointment And/or shopping & walking/exercise. My rate is negotiable depending on services needed. Please do not hesitate to message me for any questions.
My name is Erick I live in Vacaville , CA I have been a caregiver for 10+ years I am caring, compassionate, dependable, reliable, keen listener, detailed and my communication skills are great, I became a caregiver because I got inspiration from when I took care of my grandma while she was sick. I was very young and her love for me made me to be there for her always. As I took care of her with the compassion and empathy in me i fell in love with being of help to others because each time I assisted her, I could see the smile on her face showing a sign of appreciation. There is nothing like helping someone who is in need of help , so i enjoy being of service to people who need help. I am very proud of the fact that over the years I have been able to touch many lives in this proffession with the way I handle my residents and I have always gotten a positive feedback from every client I worked for and for that I am thankful to God.
Hello my name is Marsha Taylor. just a little bit about me. I was just 17 years old taking care of my grandmother she was very sick right before my grandmother passed away. I told her I think I found what type of work I wanted to do.working in the medical field. so the very first job I got was becoming a caregiver.so I started helping people that couldn't help their self and people that needed assisting with doing their day to day living and I love it. I enjoyed it so much I stayed at my very first job for 19 years .Then I want to learn more and I became a certified nurse assistant I got my HHA ,CPR ,first aid ,BLS I worked in nursing homes, Care homes,private care, Post acute .I can honestly say I enjoy what I do working with elderly ,young adults ,and also children... I also have experience and management, lead cashier, sales & associates, customer service, and retail... Dedication,patients,and respect... work and grow in a professional environment where my knowledge, experience, and creativity can be put to the best use. Also I am a good worker and very reliable and a fast learner. When Things get tuff I am a problem solver and a good thinker. I work best either in a group setting or alone when the task need to be done I am the one who takes charge.
Hi! My name is Rosanna. I had been a Caregiver for 9 yrs now. For years of doing this, I had no regret and I felt happier taking care of elderly people and or people who are sick, people who needs someone to assist them on their activities of their day to day living, to have a companion, to help them out if they are limited to some physical mobility or activities and be a tool to help them recover of their sickness and live their lives happily and dignified as they grow older. In this kind of work, I have learned how to be MORE understanding, patient and MORE compassionate. Elderly and sick people are so delicate in a way, because when people are already old and or are sick, they surely are too sensitive and they have to be treated with great care. All of us will experience these in the stage of our lives (being old or getting sick) and for me, I just want to treat people the way I want to be treated when my turn comes. Of all the years I had been doing this job, I had gathered and learned different kinds of experiences in the process, which helped me to do my job better and more effectively. The best rewards I get from this job are....... There are times when family of the person I took care of treated me like I'm part of the family already on the time I'm taking care of the client and even after the time the client had already passed away and this is one of the best feelings. When clients and their families would give good feedback in my agencies letting them know how satisfied and happy they were on how I took care of their loved one. These kinds of accomplishments that you can't find in a job in front of a computer and those appreciations and good responses that are more valuable and priceless than money. All of these put together, I would say that my job is not just work. It takes a lot of compassion and an honest performance of your duties and responsibilities to be an effective one and I'm proud to be a Caregiver!
I have always loved helping people that need it. I love being with people and enjoy pretty much everyone. I visit our elderly widows in our church and it just melts my heart to be with them. I started off as a CNA which lead me to care for my mother in law at home with cancer, until she entered into heaven. I assisted with her husband who was paralyzed on his left side. He was awesome and fun! I later worked at the high school until my mother had a stroke. I took care of her for the last six months taking her to dialysis. I've done catheters. I'm friendly, patient, and always willing to encourage the person's to help themselves if they can of course. This is my gift and I'm blessed to be able to do it.
Kaiser Permanente in Walnut Creek 2000/2010 as a CNA in the Neurology department I was in charge of all new referrals Pts. via Doctors hospitals and or other facilities. Doctors Hospital of Manteca 2010-2017 CNA, O/B Tech, surgical Tech. Acute and clinical experience with Alzheimer's dementia Als,Ms, Neuro trauma Cerebral Palsy Parkinson's. Home Care Provider 2017- present being a home care provider has been one of the best experiences I have ever had my Pts. have become my family and I have become part of there family it's been a blessing and a honor and privilege to go through there Journey of life with them and there family I truly believe that you are not just a caregiver for your patient you are a caregiver for the whole family.