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I became a cna in 1997 and continued my desired position for 12 yrs ranging from convalescent homes to Lindsay and Sierra hospitals then my last employer was private in home that's where I realized I was my happiest, the friendship and bond you create is so much more then just helping someone out and going on your way, I bonded and made a friend along the way which was good for all parties involved. I have been a stay at home mom and wife for the past 2-3 yrs now since I lost my friend due to the battle but I am eager to help another in need and possibly make a new friend.
My traits of being an active listener and having a comforting personality always allowed me to develop a great bond between my residents and myself. I became a caregiver/nurse due to my natural tendency of always offering a helping hand to those that needed it. My personal achievemens are always those "thank yous" I received when my resident would be discharged from a nursing home and their comments towards me telling me "thank you for taking care of me."
I feel like caregiving was something I was born to do. I enjoy getting to know new people and help them with the tasks they need help with. I find satisfaction in caregiving because it feels great knowing I'm helping someone take care of there loved one. I was raised by a family member that was a CNA and she taught me to be loving and caring to others. I have worked with Individuals that display outburst behavior. I have been working with individuals that are mentally disabled for 3 years and that has taught me to be patient and kind. Being able to help families that need help really makes me feel like I'm doing a job that is really important and makes me want to always do the best job I can do for others and there loved ones.
I became a CNA in 2010 and continued to work as a nurse assistant in retirement homes and I loved working there because I connected with the patients and always made them comfortable. I later on started working in the in home care services which I did well in given my background experience. I look forward to becoming a part of the healthcare team as soon as possible. Thank you
MY NAME IS MARIA, I BELIEVE TO BE A GREAT CAREGIVER. I FIRST STARTED AS A CAREGIVER WHEN MY SON WAS A VICTIM OF A HIT AND RUN ACCIDENT, HE WAS BADLY INJURED WITH HEAD TRAUMA , HE WAS 4 YEARS OLD AT THE TIME. IT WAS VERY HARD FOR ME BUT I HAD TO HELP MY SON, SO I LEARNED HOW TO DO RANGE OF MOTION WITH HIM. I LEARNED HOW A GASTRONOMY TUBE SITE WAS TO BE CLEANED AND HOW TO FEED HIM AND GIVE MEDICATION THROUGH HIS G-TUBE AND FLUSH IT, HOW TO TRANSFER HIM FROM THE BED TO THE WHEELCHAIR AND THE WHEELCHAIR TO THE CAR AND THEN I HAD TO TAKE CARE OF MY GRANDFATHER WHO HAD DEMENTIA AND GOUT. I ENJOY CARING FOR ELDERLY PEOPLE BECAUSE I LIKE MAKING OTHERS SMILE AND MAKE THEM FEEL COMFORTABLE. BEING A CAREGIVER IS SOMETHING I LIKE TO DO HELPING THEM WITH THEIR EVERYDAY LIFE. A PERSONAL ACHIEVEMENT I AM PROUD OF IS EARNING MY CNA LICENSE.
Hi, my name is Julia Yang. I am 23 years old. I have been doing personal care for about 2 years now, and I have absolutely loved it. When I was younger, I knew I always wanted to help others, but it wasn't until I took my CNA class at Fresno Adult School that I really fell in love with geriatrics. Hearing all their different stories, seeing their smiles when I would do simple tasks such as refilling their water, and having them ask for me to take care of them over their usual CNA's brought such joy to me. Knowing that I could make the littlest positive difference in someone's life absolutely makes my day.