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I'm a 36 year old woman who has been in home health care for over 10 years. I have worked with many types of people over the years; such as - children with autism, ex disabled vets, and grandparents who just need a bit of extra help around the house. I don't smoke, I don't do drugs, my car is fully insured as am I as a field nurse. (LPN with IV ans CPR) I take care of your loved one; as I would my loved one. I am currently working a field nurse but need something to supplement that. Depending on what your families needs are, my hourly rate may vary.
I am 44 I love my life and I love the lord I am plesent and honest and careing i got into this field of work because of my granmother she passed away from lung cancer and i love to see a smile on the elderlys face if i have done that then i have accomplished my goal.I am very good at what i do and very effective and efficant.
I'd like to say that I ALWAYS receive much more from the patient's that I care for in the form of wisdom and, a different way of viewing life. The elderly have so many life experiences to offer if we will just listen! I've always wanted to be in the nursing field (my mom was a nurse). I find it so very rewarding to help the sick & especially the elderly from a simple smile or, seeing their faces light up upon you walking into the room. We need to remember that "WE" will be in their shoes one day.
My name is Ariele. I have years of experience working in the medical field. I specialize in geriatric care. I'm someone who's charismatic ,patient and honest. My favorite part of the job is the relationship that I build with my patients. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you're interested.
Hello, I'm Anthony. I've been a Registered Nurse since January 2002. I love taking care of patients. I come from a medical family, so patient care has been a natural part of my life. Current I'm in the process of moving back to Tampa from TN/MS area. I would like to be able to help you and your loved one in any way possible.
Hello I am a confident warmhearted professional with 5+ years of experience in the medical field as a licensed Patient Care Technician(PCT) and Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) with an Associates Degree in Health Sciences. I'm versatile with a lighthearted spirit able to work in a variety of capacities with diverse populations. Ensuring quality service and ability to anticipate clients needs. I am ready to be of service to you or your loved one. And will provide excellent care and client satisfaction. This is important to me, I love being a help to those in need and watching them progress as we work together.
When I think back through my life of how I've gotten to where I am today, I would have to say I've always been a Caregiver. In fact I really think that God put within me the traits needed to fulfill what my purpose in life would be, to Care for people. Empathy and Compassion for the struggles and needs of people, come from the difficult times I've had throughout my life and gratitude for those who came along to mentor and offer compassion to me. Being a Caregiver has been a natural progression from being a caregiver to my family and close friends (3 Grand Parents with Alzheimer's disease, 3 Children, and now 4 Grand Children) to taking care of Children in my own State Licensed Home Daycare for many years, to being a substitute teacher and teachers aid, and working with a Widow's Group in my Church. The final decision to use this passion for people and pursue the training to be a professional caregiver, came at a crisis point in my life when I became the caregiver and legal guardian/conservator for my youngest son who at the age of 24 was hit by a van and was hospitalized for 2 1/2 months for a Traumatic Brain Injury. He was in a coma for a month with two years of rehabilitation after leaving the hospital. Going through that traumatic experience with my son also put me around many other people experiencing life changing events, whom I was able to help by encouraging and giving information I learned along the way. After my son got out of the hospital I went back to school and took training to be a Medical Assistant, I used that training and knowledge to go into home care. People need each other and God put us hear on this earth to be His hands and feet, to be caregivers, Helping one another...It is my passion to help those who desire and need the help.
I have spent my entire career as a Registered Nurse trying to help people come to grips with what it means to suffer acute injury or chronic disease . Nursing has given me the opportunity to share in some of the most painful , and some of the most joyous times in a person's life. It is a privilege to be there at the most vulnerable times , to hold the hand of the patient , to reassure the family that everything possible is being done for their loved one. When I was a student , I did a lot of private-duty , one-on one care , and fell in love with it ! I can think of no better way to spend the rest of my working life than to return to caring for people in their homes , helping them achieve their best life possible.
Being a caregiver you have to most definitely have a heart it . I love what I do I been a caregiver to two years now and I couldn't ask for a better career. My dream one day is to actually own my own nursing home . I want to give everyone the care they deserve because we'll all be there one day that's why I take pride in my work . I treat my residents how I would want to be treated when I reach that age . I would love to have the opportunity to work with your family member and treat them as if they were my own. Thank you .
I am 37 yet since age 7 have been caring for someone. My youngest brother was my first direct care which I was eagerly awaiting to assist . Although we are 7 years apart I modled a mini mom for him. I was compensated since 12 to babysit and became a teacher's aide at 14 working my first job at my Church Day cay. I was a major assist to my grandmother in between who passed 3 yrs ago after experienced a survival from a stroke she was 100@ the time she passed. I took Health Occupation in HS grade 10_12th and became a parent after graduating. I attended college and Worked at Manor Care while pregnant and in school with Geriatrics which later I converted to 14 yrs of Pediatrics. I Love to give to others what they can't provide for theirselves . My reward is knowing I too could be them and in return would want someone to care enough to care for me with excellency
I have been a caregiver for 35+ yrs. I am honest, loyal, trustworthy, dependable, and very caring. I am currently working part time private. I do my Client's shopping, as well as bill paying and bank deposits. You are more than welcome to contact her with any questions you may have about me. I treat my Client's as though they are my family with lots of love. Thank you Judy Wilson God Bless You And Your Family Always
I am very dedicate and consider myself also very caring in that I like to treat people like I would want to be treated. Compassion for people attracted me into being a care giver. And putting a smile on the faces of my patients while, knowing that I am making a positive difference in their lives. A personal achievement I am proud of is that I always have people complement the level and quarlity of care that I provide to them and thier family members because I enjoy doing what I do.
I am a very loving, caring, compassionate and patient caregiver. I chose homecare because I love to help people and want to dedicate my life into doing so. I Iove spending time with my clients and making them feel like we are famy and not just another person to tell them how and when they need to do things. I like for all my clients to feel as idependent as possible and to know I am there to assist them not to tell them what to do and to reassure them that I am always going to be here.