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I'm a very loving and empathetic person who loves helping people who are no longer able to help themselves. I'm a great listener and communicator who puts my patients first. Honest, punctual and professional with over 10 years experience as a CNA with a broad spectrum and knowledge of Hospice, ALS, Dementia, Stroke and Alzheimer's. I'm also Certified in CPR Fire Safety Infection Control HIV/AIDS Bloodborne Pathogen Prevention Domestic Violence Medical Error Prevention and Safety
I am a very strong character that can handle any situation and condition under any circumstances. I have 23 years of hands on experience providing good quality care and assistance to patients and their families, in facilities and in their homes. Saving lives and bringing positivity and hope is my passion. I love working with all forms of life and being there to aide and assist with the challenges life brings. I provide the support necessary through motivation, encouragement, communication and proper care. I have my own car for transportation and am very reliable. Please read the entire work section of this profile to get a more detailed and better understanding. Thank you!
Personality - This is the single most important ingredient to consider. Caregivers need an innate sense of selflessness and empathy, and sometimes what may seem like a natural personality fit can be deceiving. Most people have a good degree of human compassion but only those with the right set of inner ingredients can voluntarily sustain themselves over time. Don't assume that one personality type is best until you have experience with it. Look for "sweetness," a willingness to serve, an absence of "attitude," and the patience to weather a patient's bad days. Be leery of people who stipulate non-medical tasks they won't do. With the exception of injections, wound care and dispensing medication out of prescription containers, there should not be much they won't do. It's their attitude toward work that matters most. Reliability - Caregivers work largely unsupervised. Hourly caregivers can run into all manner of obstacles in getting to and from their assignment locations and excuses abound. Prior references will provide clues as to whether or not they can be relied upon. Take this seriously but not too seriously. References can provide a measure of what will happen when you are not around but a lot of people are reluctant to disclose negative characteristics about former caregivers. They are unwilling to expose themselves to possible recrimination and often don't want to harm someone's chance to make a living. Honest, caring,loving these some the things that makes me a good care giver.... Being a caregiver for 28 years has helped me in so many ways, I have worked in Hospitals, Nursing home Facilities, Private Duty, etc. I love what I do in helping each client I've ever worked with. Taking care of sick people that needs my help gives me joy in my heart and it let me know they need people to work with them that care.
I love and enjoy being a Caregiver as I care for the elderly. I am committed and a hard working person, a non-smoker, clean, organized, positive minded and cheerful. I go all the way and put a lot of effort in order to get my clients in a better health condition. I like to see them happy and I take pride in my work. I take care of my patients like they are my own parents; with love, compassion, patience, and respect. I've been getting very positive comments on my work from my client's physicians, family members, and friends. I also have great and recent reference that I can send upon request. Thank you!
I've worked in London, England doing auxiliary nursing, New York as a CNA, and Florida as a behavior assistant and CNA. I love what I do because it's just a part of me. I'm very caring, passionate, and disciplined. I'm willing to take orders and follow directions I have worked with a autistic child from he was 5 years old until he was 24 he accomplished so much like tying his shoe lace using cutleries fine motor skills
Knowledge of specific developmental factors to adults and geriatric residents Excellent customer service and communication skills. Ability to quickly learn new concepts and skills Knowledge of terminology and infection control standards. Work well under pressure and emergency situations.
Exceptionally sensitive and dedicated Caregiver with a strong record of health care service and client satisfaction. Adept at handling a variety of client issues and problems with kindness and professionalism. Flexible scheduling availability to include evenings some weekends and emergency situations as required.
1. When a patient goes to the doctor and have to hear very bad news and suffer from extreme pain, they need a happy face and support. As a caregiver, it's my duty to offer the kind of support and passion that they do not receive in the hospitals. I became a caregiver because I care and I want to offer my help. 2. I like the organizing of daily schedules but most of all I like to keep my clients active especially the elderly. I have researched to prominent causes of increased diseases and pain in elderly clients and the one thing they all have in common is being sedentary. So I enjoy getting my clients active to reduce stress, pain, and increase longevity. 3. I am proud when my clients want me to return. When they are happy with my services and are excited in me returning. 4. I am currently working on gaining more education by becoming a nurse and then later I hope to become a physician assistant.
1.Why did you become a Caregiver?I became a caregiver because I am very compassionate and I enjoy caring for others. 2.What do you like about being a Caregiver? I love that It gives me great joy to help someone and knowning that I have help make a difference in their lives.3.What is a personal achievement you are proud of? A personal achievement I am very proud of was to be able to take of my grandmother when she was in need of care.4.Tell us something about yourself. I am very socialable, empathic and capable of providing excellence care. I am also a good listener and my years of experiences had made me very familiar with the job.
I am a great caregiver because I am down to earth. I have a lot of patience , understanding ,and respect for others . I love helping others in every way possible , because it brought me great joy to see someone else happy . I became a caregiver because I want to study nursing and I would like to open my own facility where I want to care for the elderly and children's whos in need . In order to be a great nurse , you have to be a great caregiver . I've accomplished many things in life , but what stood out the most are my caregiver experiences, my relationship with my clients , and working towards my nursing degree.
I have been a Certified Nurse Assistant since 2006 14 years experience.l have always love to be around the elderly.I love working with the elderly community.My greatest achievement is when I hear a family member say,thanks for taking good care of my mother,father for your patient and love,care you show.I am very friendly,love to talk if you are up to it.I am a hard worker,dedicated to what I do with love,honesty,integrity.I will take care of your love one.
I am a compassionate and empathetic caregiver. I have been told by my clients, their children, and coworkers that I am very mature and professional for my age. I attribute that not only to my education and experiences, but to my humble upbringing. I am respectful and patient and I work best with the elderly. Being a caregiver has strengthened my bedside manners and work ethic, which is crucial for a young, prospective physician assistant like myself. Often times in the healthcare system ,humility, compassion, and courtesy are often overlooked. I have worked with people who are very knowledgeable but are nonetheless very arrogant and rude. I believe in making sure that my clients are comfortable and satisfied not only with my services, but with my attitude and disposition as well. As a CNA, I have worked in long term facilities like nursing homes and rehabilitation centers, as well as homes. In my spare time, I shadow a physician assistant and volunteer in the hospital.