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I have a positive outlook on life and anyone I come into contact with is always thanking me for making them laugh and uplifting them. Patience is a virtue, I have been so patience and I have been so blessed to the things I have and people I meet. My expertise in many of the specialties such as MS and Alzheimer's it has made me become a better caregiver than I could ever imagine. I have always been a care giver in my family just because my grandmother was sick when I was young so I had to help take care of her. The gratification that you get when you know someone is happy and healthy because you made them that way is the most remarkable things that you can ever feel. My personal achievement that I am so proud of is going to school and furthering my career into an LPN also doing this and having a family of 3 children to take care of, I am doing this for them.
What make's me a great care giver is that i look at the person i'm caring for is my family an i would want someone to care for me as if i was there family. The reason i became a caregiver was because i love giving back an to know i put a smile on someone face is a great joy for me. What i like about being a caregiver is knowing i made a change in someone life. What i'm proud of is knowing that i made a difference in someone life knowing that i can give to someone that needs my help an being able to do it for them.
I am a Certified Nursing Assistant currently working at Kent General Hospital. I am certified in CPR, emergency oxygen, and blood borne pathogens, I have also taken courses on dementia patients. I have one year experience on a medical/surgical unit and have dealt with a wide variety of patients. I believe patients come first and I always try my best to make sure they are comfortable and they will met their needs while in my care.
Hi, my name is Tracy Lofland and was a C.N.A until had my car accident 20 years ago. Now, I am still in the medical field as a caregiver. I am a certified medicine tech., And certified in Narcan too. I have always been around caring for the elderly (mostly) as I was growing up. My mother was a GNA and was doing overnight forgiving with my father as a caregiver partner too. I was around 5/6 years old at that time. My whole life my mother worked in nursing home and on weekends I would go and sit to talk with some patients or even push them around. I mostly talked to the ones that had no visitors (Which was a lot of them). In high school I went to a technology center and graduated with my CNA. I was always taught to treat your patients as family. Treat them as you would want your family member treated. If you can't do that then you're not in the right career. What gives me not is to see my patients happy. To see them smile puts a smile on my face. The reason why is because I know I am doing the best for them and also giving their family some support too. I do support that the patients stays in their (or family member) home as long as they can for safety. I took care my parent all the way and fulfilled their last wish. That's my goal to try my best to fulfill their wish until the end. The whole family needs to support the need of their ill family member.
I am a very compassionate and patient person, I have been a caregiver since 2009. I enjoy helping those who cannot help themselves. I am a very hard working person, I take my job very serious and the person I am caring for to reassure quality care. My objective is to get as much experience as possible from the healthcare field to further my career in nursing.
I've been a caregiver even before I was certified. I helped take off my grandmother before she passed away. Being a caregiver is definitely in my blood in which I pride myself on such. All of patients are my family and I treat them as if they were. My personal achievement that I'm proud of is the fact I'm 36yo, a single mother of a 16yo, and a college graduate whose going for Master's of Science degree.