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Very outgoing,nurturing.patient,caring and dependable. Taking care of others brings me great joy im proud and i have enjoyed having the joy and experience of taking care of others for over 16 years in a different settings including short and long term care,assisted living and alzheimers care
My name is Destine tijean and I enjoy meeting new people and finding ways to help them have an uplifting experience. People find me self-motivated team player, caring and kind. I am dedicated person, outgoing, patient and compassionate. I have worked with so many families with different backgrounds, religion, and nationalities while working at Brighstar agency. I enjoy working as HHA because I love people and I love the fact I can help another human being. I learn from my patients as well. My personal achievement that I am most proud of is when a patient thank me and tells me that I change her life for the best.
Hi, my name is Roneze Bruno, married with 2 kids. If you are looking for someone reliable and dependable to take care of your love one, I'm the right person for that position. I'm a compassionate and experienced caregiver for 10 years, loving to take care of love one to provide them excellent live-in/ live out services in palm beach area. I can perform all types of care giver duties as requested. I am very attentive, patient and kind, reliable and dependable.
Hello! My name is TinaMarie and I've been doing live-in and live-out home care for the elderly for almost 37 years. I love what I do and it shows in my work and attitude. I'm a very upbeat person and I have excellent references. I love to cook, love animals and children. I have a lot of Hospice and dememtia experience. I have reliable transportation (a small SUV), will do light cleaning and laundry, shopping, doctor visits, medication management, companionship. All ADL's. Thanks for your time. TinaMarie 203-923-3688 I would Love to help you with your Loved one :-) Looking forward to meet you all ;-)
The ability to be someones caregiver is the most rewarding career. The opportunity to help patient improve their daily living activities, all hard work caregivers put forth on a daily basis is all made worthwhile, with the patient gaining independence or simply seeing a smile on the patient's face. I am passionate about improving the quality of life for each of my patient and that is a constant reminder that I am following my heart by being a caregiver. My goal is to give my patients the best care possible and the assurance that I will go above and beyond to make sure my patients are well taken care of. I am dedicated to ensure that the patient have a safe daily environment to promote a good daily living. I am proud to have had the opportunity help many of my patients improve their daily living and regaining self independence.
I have over 25 years experience in the medical field of which 12 years I was a paramedic and then began my journey to bedside nursing. I have special training in advanced life support, emergency care, cardiac care, Palliative care and hospice. Ive worked with patients that have Alzheimer's, dementia, sun downers, traumatic brain injury, ending stage renal failure, colostomy, ileostomy, and behavioral health concerns. I'm a cancer survivor as well as a wife of a Traumatic Brain Injury Survivor that has a strong passion to help others. Hourly wage is negotiable based on hours of job.
I became a caregiver back in 2010. I became a caregiver due to whenwas young my father was in a nursing home and he wasn't getting the proper care he was suppose to. So when I got older and was able to attend school to receive my CNA/HHA certificates I did. I have been a CNA for the past 6 years. I chose CNA, because I didn't want families to experience what I have with my father. I'm a very people person who loves to help others and very dedicated, hardworking, and dependable.
I have over 15 years of experience as a Certified Nursing Assistant and Home Health Aide. As a caregiver it is my responsibility to make sure that the needs of the patients are met and I'll do everything possible for the patients to receive the required attention. During my time working in the nursing field have developed some valuable skills such as monitoring patient vital signs, being able to sympathize and provide compassionate care to patient, good communication skills, honest, trust worthy and able to maintain confidentiality and perform house-keeping duties.
Hello my name is Samuel Estavien and i've been a Cna Since 2013. I first became a Cna through recommendation. I would often be at home caring for my Grand father and my mom after observing me (who is also a Cna) recommended me to go into this work. One of my best qualities would be empathy which is why enjoy home care. I like to feel what the patient feels beyond words and discern the little things about them. This creates a better atmosphere of care for me and the patient. I also like to provide a environment of peace, harmony, and reliability. One of my best achievement would be to have 4-5 years of experience without any record of malpractice or misconduct towards a patients.
Have been in the Medical Field 30yrs, started from the ground up. First worked @ "JFK Hospital", when CNAs were "grandfathered in" as you were in Nursing Program & passed "Fundamentals of Nursing". After a particular point of the program, "Med-Surg Nursing" the Hospital considered you, a " Nurse Tech" , upon completion of the PBJC Nursing Program, I sat for RN-NCLEX. Didn't pass the 1st time. I was given a suggestion to sit for LPN Boards & passed them. Due to changes in health care structure, & financial issues, JFK wouldn't hire me as an LPN. It was bought out,and kept only certain amt of CNA's by Seniority, letting me go in the process. I had to wait till the area Nursing Homes would hire as LPN jobs were scarce & they were looking for RNs. I sat again for RN NCLEX, & passed and then applied @ a Rehab/LTC have been in either there, an ALF, 3 Nursing Agencies, several other Rehab/LTC & done Private Duty Care for 4 Elderly Parents & a Private Client for the past 10yrs as well. I am also a Certified Florida Notary Public some of duties have helped Patients with Wills, End of Life decision Making etc. My biggest thing about being a great Caregiver is treat the Client like they ARE your Family member,which earns their trust, & makes them MORE comfortable with you giving care to them. This way I can treat my Client as a "Whole Person" not just their Illness.This Includes: their Spirtual, Emotional, Psychological, besides the Physical Needs.
I took care of my grandparents my mom was the only child for them and in my country family take care of their family my mother had to work and so I cared until they passed Coming to the United states i decided to become a caregiver I am one who go the extra mile for my client I have 16 years of experience ranging from rehabilitation to long term care to memory care Also work in the hospital too There is no doubt that I am competent to care for a client. Very honest reliable dependably person
Am a great listener, always on time. I put my clients needs above mines, very supportive. Allowing the patients to be active with his/her planning on ADLS, keeps the family members inform on any sudden changes. When the clients can go back to being independent is my biggest achievement
I have been working in the healthcare industry for the past 10 years in a hospital/ home Health. My main focus is to provide the best quality of care and safe environment for my patient. I love what I do because I care for my patient safety **ACCOMPLISHMENTS** Meticulous with highly patient care (geriatrics/pediatrics) with a strong written, verbal communications, and relationship-building skills with the patients and their families**EDUCATION** FLORIDA ATLANTIC UNIVERSITY---Boca Raton, FL BAchelor in Biological Sciences/ Minor in Spanish --May 2013 Associate’s Degree in Biology--December 2009 ***LICENSURE/CERTIFICATION** - Registered Certified Sterile Processing Technician - Certified Nursing Assistant - Basic Life Support
I become a caregiver in 2009 because I developed a passion for helping people when I was 7 and began to care for my 84 year old grandmother. I like the fact that being a caregiver makes me appreciate life more and more.I am so proud I was able to go to nursing school to further myself in the field. I am a people person and I care a lot, I love helping people in need.