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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.
I Am a very honest fun loving Caring Lady, I enjoy putting that smile on everyone's face, I have always been very interested in learning all about my patients life and experiences I find it to be very fascinating, I went into the nursing field because I love caring for the elderly. I enjoy most about being a caregiver when I see the smile on my patients face as I walk into the door, I love talking about their life and their family history, the patient is the most important. My personal achievement was when I was caring for a gentleman in San Jose he had just had a major back surgery they glued his nerves together so he was pretty much paralyzed when i started caring for him, the doctors told him that he would not walk again, well I was with him for almost a year in a half I did physcial therapy with him every single day we went on walks etc.. I am very proud to say this gentleman is walking, dancing and driving he is now 82 years of age..
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.
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.
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.
Hello, I'm Laura 32 years old and I have been a nursing assistant for about 10 years. Unfortunately, I have allowed my certification to lapse but will hopefully be able to reinstate it some time in the near future. I have worked in long-term care and hospital settings. I also started working with in home support service clients at 16 with my mother and started working as a nanny at 18 and have worked with clients from 9 days old to 99 years old. I am very comfortable working in different settings and with a variety of personalities. I have impeccable references and usually only work for clients that have been referred to me by former clients however I am trying to expand my horizons and try something new. I have worked with patients in a facility as well as at home who have g-tubes, foley and straight catheters, and colostomy bags. In the near future I hope to complete school, which I have put on hold for now due to financial difficulties, and continue to grow through helping others during a most difficult time in their lives.
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.
Hello, I'm an LVN, but before I was an LVN I was a caregiver at a senior living facility. I am very caring, compassionate and responsible. I first became a caregiver when I decided that I wanted to become a nurse. I thought it would be a great experience to help people and learn a little bit more about the non-medical aspect of helping people heal. I fell in love with my job as a caregiver, listening to my residents stories, going on walks with them, helping them get through tough days and enjoying the good days. The amazing thing about working with the same people everyday was that I was able to bond and care for them as if though they were my family members. I worked there for two years, got through collage and enrolled in the LVN program and graduated, got my LVN license and my IV/ blood withdrawal certification, worked in the field but I decided that I missed caregiving.
I have been a certified nursing assistant since 2005. Showing my empathy and compassion as a Caregivers/ CNA will let the pateint and family know that I turly care, love, and put my all in what I do as a CNA/Caregiver. I am very family oriented! I have so many achievements but I have one that will really always remain in my heart! Walking into a old client room to get him up and he was going into Diabetic Shock (Hypoglycemia)! Called 911 and I quickly ran into the Kitchen and got some OJ and put 3 spoons of sugar into it to get his sugar levels back up quick.
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.