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HI, I'm looking for a part time job possibly full time, I have 13 years of experience in the healthcare field, with a great variety of experience. I have worked on detox, dementia units and home care, cared for hospice patients, did agency work as well. I have worked with dialysis patient as well with ventilated and trache patients at a neuro rehab facility. I'm dedicated, caring, organized and reliable and enjoy being able to provide quality care to my patient. On a more personal note, I love the outdoors and animals. My hobbies include, hiking, fishing, kayaking, walking in nature.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)
I have always had a passion for helping people. I always knew I wanted to be a health care provider. I received my CNA license at the age of 17. I took time away from the field to raise my 3 children while they were very young, however. It was very important to me to be able to be with them full time. Especially as my middle child was born with a severe disability. So I postponed my career goals at least until all were school age. Upon caring for my mother this past year as she battled terminal lung and brain cancer. I became overwhelmingly inspired to return to nursing. She was admitted to a Hospice facility with \"days\" to live. It was the experience together at this facility I became very inspired seeing the level of care my mother was able to receive in her last days. I was also highly appreciative for the care they staff, and facility gave to my entire family during the darkest days my family had ever experienced. They answered all our questions honestly while maintaining professionalism, but doing it in a way that was comforting and empathetic. My mother was able to pass after 4 days with dignity, and reasonably pain free. They were respectful after her passing and let us take all the time we'd like, and handled my mother with utmost respect cleaning her, and preparing her for the funeral home. They even provided some grief counseling for me about a month later. It was a life changing experience being a part of her final moments, but the caregiver in me couldn't stop thinking about how appreciative I was to this staff. In such a heartbreaking situation was this ray of light calling me back to health care. I wanted to show others, and their families the kind of complete care I was given. I wanted to make a difference and help best I can other families in similar situations get through it a best as can be possible.
I have always been the one to step in and take charge of situations. I have always looked after people ever since i can remember i guess you could say it comes naturally. I have a great personality, alot of patience and am always willing to learn new things. I enjoy caring for others and being able to make a difference in their lives I wouldn't chabge it for the world. Its the most rewarding job ever.Not only am I amazing at what I do , I also love it! I really couldnt ask for anything more.
Hi my name is Andrea! I have been working as a certified care giver for 7 years now. I was born for this and that's why my goal is to be a nurse someday. I am responsible and reliable. I've been lucky enough to grow up with six other brothers and sisters so I know the importance of family. I'm very energetic and love to work so I'm always ready to go! There's nothing like having peace of mind knowing that the people you love are in good hands
My name is Kylie, I am 27 years old and I have been a personal care assistant (PCA) for the past 3 years, prior to that i was a Medical Assistant for 2 years. Let me start by saying I am very passionate about what I do and I absolutely LOVE my job! I live in Worcester and I have experience in private in-home healthcare with individuals who have had cerebral palsy, stroke victims, Addison's Disease, the elderly, clients with obesity and severe rheumatoid arthritis. I have experience operating a Hoyer, lifting and transferring individuals, and tending to all patient needs in a timely manner. I work very well independently which is why i prefer in-home settings, but I'm not opposed to facilities. I have experience distributing medications, assisting patients with meal planning and preparation, and assisting with daily grooming and bathing activities. I have maintained patients vital signs and weekly progress for the individuals families. I have provided all daily household chores, shopped for food or other household requirements and even maintained pet care. I have observed the clients physical and mental condition and also provided physical therapy exercise if required. In my opinion, getting to know a patient on a personal level while still maintaining professionalism is a must. I want the individual to have trust in me that I will care for them to the best of my ability. I look forward to hearing from you!
Over 10 years ago I began working with special needs individuals from young adults to adults. Very quickly it became my passion. I am a very energetic person when it comes to assisting others to make sure their happiness and comfort is 100%. Helping other people access their wants and needs adds a certain kind of happiness for myself.
I have been caring for many mostly those in the senior community for close to 20 years now, first as a CNA and now most recently as an LPN for 3 years. I truly enjoy helping others and find that with it brings, peace, joy and inner strength within myself. It's in the small moments of life that contribute to its richness giving meaning and purpose along the way.
I treat everyone I meet with the utmost respect, and I see that as the main reason why most people like me. I've worked in several roles throughout my life from Law Enforcement, Customer Service, Security Services, and now the Health Care field. I enjoy helping people! My proudest achievement is joining the U.S. Air Force where I worked as an Information Security Manager during the Global War on Terror.
I love my job so it never quite feels like a job. It is a gift to which not all people are made to have. Knowing I made someone and their family as comfortable as they can be for the time I am with them is rewarding. I have been a CNA for 10 years now. I enjoy it more and more every year. I am professional, caring and outgoing. I am very attentive to the needs of my patients along with the families. If I work with you we are a team, I have been a team leader and managed homes for several years now. I look forward to speaking with you about your loved one. Certified Nursing Assistant Professional Summary: Compassionate Certified Nursing Assistant with 10 years of experience in home care, long term care, rehabilitation and hospice. Core Qualifications: Licensed Certified Nursing Assistant In Rhode Island. I carry a national license of Certified Hospice and Pallative Care Nursing Assistant (CHPNA), Alzheimer and Dementia Certified, CPR Certified
I am a great listener and to be able to read my clients is very important in giving great care. I enjoy helping others. Getting to know the clients I'm helping and being able to help them with their tasks at hand. Being able to say that I have helped so many people in the last 33 yrs. and to receive a smile and a Thank You is its own reward.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)