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15 years Caregiver Experience taking care of male and female. Work experience Medical assistant, Phlebotomy and Hospice care. I have many video References. I love working as a caregiver it allows me to care for one person and give all my attention to that person. Alzheimer's, dementia and Hospice Assistance care. -Training: Become a caregiver, duties of a caregiver, ethic and professional rights, communicating with others, understanding clients rights, promoting client Independence, understanding elder abuse, human needs and development, body systems and the aging process, common chronic diseases in the Aging population, common communicable disease in the Aging population, handling difficult behaviors, Burns and poisons, heart attack and shock, choking and fall, stroke and wounds, other sudden emergencies, infection control, environmental hazard and safety, promoting and maintaining good mobility, nutrition and hydration, elimination and toileting.--- I have many Video References. ----- REFERENCE: I would highly recommend Rene for caregiver position he is all the things you would want in a caregiver intelligent, compassion, confident, kind and has total commitment to his client's well being. Hire him and you will be glad you did. ------REFERENCE: I Recommend Rene as a caregiver he took care of my father, he has experience and high quality of care, professional compassionate total commitment to his job. Carmela .--------REFERENCE: I strongly recommend Rene for the position of caregiver. He has total commitment to his clients. Victoria. ------REFERENCE: I recommend Rene he is a true professional caregiver. Mr Dasai Chino Hills-------------- American Red Cross-Adult CPR, AED and First Aid Certified. Meets OSHA requirements.
I've been in the nursing field since 1980 Convalescent Home Acute Care setting Mental Health and In home care But it became a passion when I started caring for my 95 year old great grandmother in the south just the passion in caring for someone who need it make my heart and soul feel worthy.
Always striving to provide top quality dignified care for the elderly with love, patients , empathy and respect. I became a caregiver 26 years ago because I have a soft spot for the elderly and I enjoy helping and caring for the aging population. What I enjoy best being a caregiver is, I get to learn a lot from my elderly clients life experiences! I enjoy conversation with them, lending a helping hand, and a listening ear. All while providing genuine companionship.
I naturally have an urge to help others. Often times they are people who have always placed a priority on helping other people. Becoming a good home caregiver isn’t something that will necessary happen immediately, but if the basic qualities are there, those people can develop their skills over time to become great. As a caregiver I show empathy and compassion. I'm patient, reliable, trustworthy and flexible. I am a caregiver because I love to care for people.
Dinah is a highly motivated, goal oriented caregiver/nurse. She is dependable, honest and hardworking. She is a compassionate person with 20 years' solid background in assisting patients in various cases. She is sympathetic, responsible, focused, and attentive to specific needs and has a concrete experience in General Nursing. She can start as soon ad possible with no requested time off.
Health-care professional and experienced Certified Nurse Assistant. Solid grounding in CNA theories and clinical practices in acute care, clinical assessment, decision making skills, compassionate, and efficient professional able to remain calm in emergent/critical situations. Professional excellence in providing comprehensive nursing assistant. Well over 6 years of experience in the medical field. Also experienced in FBCS Authorizations along with CPRS and VISTA. My passion is to thrive and accomplish many things at home and at work. That's why I work very hard in everything I do.
I started in the medical field at the age of 16, because Iknew that that was what i wanted to do. I continued on when I went to the air force working with my fellow soldiers, when I came back home I have worked in Drs office , and ultimately working for elderly and Hospice. It is very fulfilling to know that I can make a difference and put a smile on someones face just by being there. Helping people is my PASSION
What makes me a great care giver is that I take pride in what I do. I put my clients first I respect my clients and make sure to work with them according to their needs. Iam a great care giver because iam very time conscious, and iam very reliable and iam also available in short notice. I communicate ext9well with my client and make sure to meet their needs. I take my job very seriously.
What makes me a great caregiver is my capacity to care for people like I would care for my own family or like I'd want someone to car for my own family. I became a caregiver because I love to help people. I became a caregiver (got into the healthcare field) because I like meeting new people and being able to make a difference in people's lives. Something I'm proud of is being able to keep my life on track at such a young age and not being distracted like my peers, being able to complete my goals.
Experienced nurse assistant, patient care technician and clinical Partner with a demonstrated history of working in the hospital & health care industry, including private care. Skilled in Nursing, Computer Networking, Networking, Customer Satisfaction, and Healthcare. Strong healthcare services professional with a passion to deliver quality care to patient's, I love to help and care others, it's a feeling of accomplishment and the inward believe of how i want to be treated, and motivated by deep compassion to save life.
What makes me a great caregiver is I have a natural urge to help others. I have always placed a priority on helping other people. I want to make the world a better place and I can do it with one home care patient at a time. While still in high school, I became a Candy Striper for a local hospital, helping out with medical records and little jobs as needed around the hospital. Being surrounded on a daily basis by this kind of environment is what made me want to become a caregiver. Being a caregiver is such an honor - it's all about putting away your needs to assist others. Knowing that a smile on your face can bring joy and happiness to someone else is priceless. The moments when you can reflect back and see how you have helped someone is what caregiving is all about. The personal achievement I am most proud of is that my background in nursing and care giving allowed me to care for my mother for 13 years at home before she passed away. And from that I was able to care for my aunts without putting them in a nursing facility.