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I'm a caregiver with 5 years of experience in geriatric care within homes and assisted living environments. Recognized for the ability to monitor and provide emotional and physical support to patients and staff. Possess exceptional communication abilities, as well as cultural sensitivity to deal with diverse population...
I'm caring and compassionate. Well organized and a self starter. I have a strong respect for the elderly, and became interested in working with them when I was a chef/assistant manager of the dining facility at an independent living center. Since then, I've worked in several different types of living facilities, and then became an activities director to be more hands on. I started my own in home care business in Texas. I'm new to Connecticut. I have extensive experience in different dietary needs, as well as physical and mental needs. I do require my clients be at least partially mobile, and able to assist in their maneuvering.
I' m joyful, patient, compassionate and empathic person. I like take care to other and bring joy and happiness in their daily life. I'm committed to my job and to the people which whom I work with My compassion and my vocation to take care with kindness and help. I'm mostly enjoy to see someone condition's condition improve including mental or physical. I also enjoy to see someone smiling and say thank you when I finish my work even though it does not matter much I had opportunity to take care of one of my paient, she was sad and didn't want to collaborate. I built a confident relationship with her. I showed her that, I'm here to help. She started to collaborate and improved a lot. she was happy and learn to cope with the situation.
Reliable, service-focused nursing professional with excellent patient-care and charting skills gained through ten years of experience as a CNA. Compassionate and technically skilled in attending to patients in diverse healthcare settings. BLS and CPR certified (current). Nursing Skills Patient Care & Safety Diagnostic Testing Medical Terminology Electronic Medical Records Vital Signs & Patient Monitoring Medication Administration Privacy / HIPAA Regulations Patient Advocacy and Support
Highly trained nursing student with hands-on training in the hospital, long term, and rehabilitation setting. Committed to patient recovery and wellness, working in collaboration with clinical staff to facilitate customized care plans. Desired to utilize my skill-set to enhance my diversity in an analytical and systemic environment.
I've been an active caregiver for the past 15 years or so, both as a live-in and live-out caregiver. Most of my working experience comes from outside of the US. I started working as a caregiver because needed a job and earn money(do not let yourself fooled by anyone that says otherwise ) and as a single mom of three you can guess that i had no choice in choosing what i considered at that time that i would like. During the years i earned so much more than money. I started out with a job and ended up with having more and more family members as each and one of the patients that i assisted become in some way my mother/father, my daughter/son and a challenge to build up my empathic skills . Ended up understanding that caregiving is not a JOB although it's paid. You treat not just people but a very fragile class of people. They definitely need our assistance in daily chores but that is not enough , they need somebody that does not define them only trough their disability. Caregiving it's not just about taking care of a body it is a 360 degree assistance which consider the person in a holistic way (body,mind and spirit) As a caregiver i might fail in some chores(nobody is perfect) but one thing that i am proud of is that as much as i could i tried to bring joy. Hard but necessary was when I had to assist patients in an point where life comes to an end. In some cases I sing their favourite song, hold a hand, give a caress to the person in need and explain to family members that it is perfectly normal to be scared or to suffer and to assure them that they are not alone.
As a young adult all I knew was my grandmother. She taught me everything I knew until she got sick. Her body started to break down and I had to take care of her. I prepared her meals, breakfast and dinner and gave her showers also dressed her. She got really bad and she was forced into a nursing home because nobody was able to give her the proper care she needed. She passed away in the nursing home. I felt nothing but guilt that I didn't have the skills to take care of her so she could be comfortable at her own home. So I made an effort to be the best CNA for others on this planet. So their families can get proper care in the comfort of their homes.
My name is Sadera Johnson. I am a pca at waterbury hospital. I have experience with pediatrics, nicu, senior care and psych patients. I also have worked in nursing homes and home care. I believe i am a great caregiver because I love helping people. From a young age I always loved taking care of and helping other people. I believe in order to be a great caregiver you have to be a very empathetic person and that I am. I think what I love about my job is knowing the little difference I can make in a person's life everyday. To see someone else happy and knowing I was apart of hat makes me proud.
My traits as a good caregiver: I'm reliable, good listener,caring, attentiveness,flexible, trustworthy,i also have patience show empathy and compassion. I became a caregiver because I love to help the sick to bring them some comfort.Personal achievement seeing a sick patient getting better day by day and able to do some of their ADL's. Put smiles on their faces and making them comfortable.