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The reason I became a caregiver was because my grandmother died alone in a nursing home. I have also worked in facilities. I left due to the fact I didn't like the way the clients were treated I couldn't give them enough attention. The reason why I love working in homes with one or two clients at a time is because you get to know them you get to bond with them and they become like family. 80% of my clients I have stayed with till the end and that is because most of my clients are terminal.
My name is Sadie . I originally became a caregiver after caring for my mother. I realized that I loved the personal connection and I knew whatever I chose to do in life , I wanted to be in a position to make people happy . I am a skilled caregiver .I have worked with severely disabled people ,including those with developmental delays as well as senior care.I have experience with GTubes ,colostomy care, vitals ,aggressive behavior and the list goes on , nothing surprises me anymore! When I arrive at work I never feel as if I'm working. Being able to enrich someone's life brings the same happiness to mine. My biggest blessings in life are my daughters! I love to cook elaborate meals ,garden and travel.
Caring and compassionate Christian nurse with over 25 years experience. CNA certified, and a graduate from Gurnick Academy of Medical Arts LVN program. Professional CPR Certified. Honest, dependable, knowledgeable and ethical. I love to care for senior citizens and interact with them playing cards, listening to old music, gardening, watching old movies or just talking with them. I feel I'm the best candidate to care for your loved one to keep them safe, happy, and well cared for.
I am the most compassionate, patient, empathetic, kind, caring, hard working individual you will ever meet! I have enjoyed working in the medical field for 15+ years until i began caring for my loved one for 15 years who had dementia and later Alzheimers and wished to remain in her own home so i honored this wish and i found a new calling. Having a medical background and knowledge of diseases and symptoms and medications has been of benefit working as a caregiver and helps me to assess an individuals care needs as i always give 200% and strive to provide the best care possible.
I really enjoy working with people in a home care setting, it is essential that a caregiver feel the desire to want to help. I think most importantly showing both empathy and compassion each day. I feel my happiest and best while helping out. It helps to put yourself in the other person's shoes and what it might be like to ask people for help. I have lots of patience and believe it's one of the reasons I make a good caregiver.I did Licensed Childcare for over 20+ years. I'm reliable, and also flexible. I believe a great caregiver is someone that can be counted on to be there. I enjoy being a caregiver as I have a natural ability to help out and feel most proud of my achievements with helping with my dementia clients.
I have been a caregiver/provider or volunteer in the medical field since I was 10. I enjoy providing companionship and medical to all ages. I enjoy taking care of others. Knowing that I provided each individual with the best quality of care possible for that time in their journey. I'm most proud of maintaining a reputable character in the medical field in and out of homes.
As a previous CNA and current state license caregiver with 8 years experience, I left facility work to work in private home care because I believe the care is much more focused on the client. The quality of care is specifically focused on the needs of the client rather than a system that is set up to focus on the overall profitability of a larger organization. The client receives the one-on-one attention they deserve. My compassion for people allows me to provide quality care while assessing the client and their needs.
There are several reasons why I think that I am a great caregiver. I have a desire to want to assist. This will let the patients know that I care about them and want to do what I can for them. Another reason that I think that I am a great caregiver is that I am patience. I know that it is tough being in their shoes. Next , I am reliable. You count on me being there if I make a commitment. Last, but not least, I am trustworthy. Patients are in vulnerable positions ,and they need folks that they can trust in their homes.
I AM A REGISTERED RESPIRATORY THERAPIST WITH 4 YEARS OF HOME CARE EXPERIENCE. I AM A GREAT ASSET TO YOUR COMPANY.I'M A TEAM PLAYER, A VERY HARD WORKER, SELF MOTIVATED AND I GET ALONG WITH EVERYONE. I START AND EVERY JOB EFFECTIVELY AND EFFICIENTLY. I CAN PROMOTE A COMPANY'S IMAGE IN A VERY CARING AND PROFESSIONAL MANNER. YOU CAN RELY ON MY TO BE PROMPT AND AT WORK EVERYDAY I'M SCHEDULED.I HAVE MY OWN RELIABLE VEHICLE. I LOOK FORWARD TO MEETING WITH FOR AN INTERVIEW SOON. SOME OF MY SKILLS AND CERTIFICATES ARE : Patient assessment, Patient-focused therapy, Home Health Care Expertise Hospice and Palliative Care experience, Skilled in patient relations, Professional bedside manner, Focused on consistent quality care, BLS/PALS/ACLS/NRP/First Aid certified, Cardiopulmonary knowledge, Dementia and Alzheimer's knowledge, ABG's, EKG's, Initiation and Modification of Ventilation Management, Assisted in Intubations/Extubations, Committed, Team player, Adaptive to changing environments, Compassionate Caregiver, Medical Terminology,, 45 WPM Typing Speed, Home Health License # 504700001 RRT license # 39422
I have 18 years of caregiving, medtech, in home care, hospice care experience. Since i was about 7 years old i have always loved anything medical and have always had so much respect and love and patience for the elderly and the disabled. I am a great caregiver because i am very loving, patient, understanding, compassionate person. I am reliable and honest.
My name is Monica Parra. Ever since sophomore year in high school ( by the way this was a very long time ago!) I have been involved as well interested in the healthcare industry. I have invested more than 10 years into home health care. When I say +10 years, I am expressing the time I began to take college courses and graduating programs to do that which brings me joy and pure fulfillment in life. I love helping people and I love challenge. It's an instinctive tendency of mine to provide the best care for people. I am well-versed with many illnesses esp. those common within elderly populations. I provide service for outpatient recovering from injuries or post-surgeries. My educational transcripts and professional experience strengthen the framework of my career, but what makes me an exceptional caregiver is the only thing that I believe matters most- my ability to empathize with the complex process of healing from traumatic events, terminal illness, ailments related with aging. I personally have experienced the (5) grieving stages firsthand with my own family and I treat every family with the care I would want for my family because I truly understand what you're all going through. I am convinced that is what makes life worth living: being more about giving to others, being self-less, and remaining grateful.