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I am a Certified Nursing Assistant. I have been a CNA for a little over 10yrs now. I started off helping to care for my great grandmother, who suffered from Alzheimers Disease, 15yrs ago and i have been doing it every since. I love being able to help others out and that includes both my patients and their families. I've learned that doing the smallest things for people can make their whole day, sometimes their whole life, better. There id nothing more rewarding to me than knowing I've help to make some one a little more comfortable or I've helped give someone a little piece of mind. I know that aging and disabilities take a huge toll on not just the patient but the families also. I love what i do and it gives me peace of mind, to be able to give others a peace of mind and it makes me happy to know i affect so many peoples lives.
Back in 2016, I left Dietary and became a full time nursing assistant. I worked as a nursing assistant in a ALF for about 6 months; I was offered another job opportunity at Sarasota Memorial Hospital and decided to try a new setting, where I stuck around for 3 years. Currently, I work at Post Acute Medical Specialty Hospital, formerly known as Complex Care at Ridgelake and have been there for about 6 months. I absolutely love patient care, I've been doing it for 4 years now. Meeting new patients and families everyday and watching them recover is a great experience, but I think it's even greater when you can build a connection with the patient and family. It would be an honor to work for a family that's willing to let me help make their life easier.
I'm an experienced,dedicated, caring, honest and compassionate person who loves helping others and knowing that I'm making a difference in the lives of others. I've been a CNA/HHA for 29 years with great professional standards as a quality caregiver by being patient, caring and respectful of my clients and their family.
I have been a caregiver all my life.. I rembember taking care of my great grandmother at the age of 8 yrs old and checking her blood sugar (she was sever diabetic) and me saying "this is what I want to do when I grow up.. Take care of people".. I became a cna at 19 yrs old started working in a nursing home. I loved working with my patients because they made me feel needed and I know I made them feel wanted.. I have traveled with a few of my clients out of state and have helped them settle in their new home with their family.. This is a job that I love to do ..help the needed and try to fix what can be fixed..
I love providing home care giving services to those that would otherwise not be able to do so. The smile on their faces is overwhelming and makes me feel I have done my job right. I have always enjoyed helping people so I know I am doing the right thing. Meeting new people and providing caregiving services that they can no longer do for themselves. I enjoy the opportunity to impact clients’ lives and make a difference to them. I appreciate the chance to get to know clients and their families and become an integral part of their lives.
I consider my self a great caregiver because Of my time management and my organization skills. My attraction to become a caregiver came from my compassion, good since of companionship, my patient and ability to follow rules and protocols. Feeling helpful and caring are the things i enjoy about being a caregiver.
I believe a combination of my 18 years as a caregiver and compassion working with the growing elderly population makes me stand out amongst all the others. My experience growing up on a farm taught me work ethics, customer service, humbleness, and a love for being around and helping people. I fell in love with healthcare and and music, gaining a Bachelor's degree in Music Therapy. My work from there was a mixture of using music as a tool to help others and caregiving as a certified nursing assistant. I am currently certified as a cna and have my cpr certification.
Hello my name is Anquanesha, and I've been in this field since 2012 starting out as a CNA. One thing I can tell you is I love what I do I come from a medical family so caregiving is naturally in me, I always say I treat my patients/clients how I'd want my loved ones to be treated. I've seen it all working for hospice, nursing homes, home health, and traveling as a nurse. The experience I've seen so far has made me nothing but a better nurse and caregiver, hopefully I'll have a chance to meet you and take care of your loved one or your needs. Thank You
I've loved the medical field since I was old enough to understand , I'm a very caring , giving, compassionate person who can provide all levels of care with the promise to obtain dignity to my patient. I'm not a patient driver , but I'm patient with all of the people I provide care or companionship to . I have a very wide array of knowledge of most areas in the medical field
I'm such a caring and joyous person, I love working with the elderly and helping them realize just because their age goes up doesn't mean the fun goes down. I first got into caregiving when my grandmother fell ill. Life tried to slow the life of the party down, but seeing her still fix herself up every morning with little to no help even though she was in pain inspired me. The elderly may feel older but they don't like to think older, and something about a young glowing spirit really makes them happy. I enjoy seeing excitement on my clients faces, the small things we may deem as boring excites them. Word searches, romance movies, puzzles, or even just sitting by a body of water getting a breath of fresh air is enough to lift their spirits. I'm personally proud of how I can have an impact on someone twice or triple my age, it goes to show the relationship shouldn't be just work..getting to know your client does make a difference.
I first thought of being a care giver when I started school in South County Career Center they offered the CNA class, and I decided to join. After the first few days I realized I really enjoyed everything I was learning especially knowing that I had the opportunity to help and make people smile. My favorite part about being a CNA is getting to know so many different people and what you learn from each and everyone of them. Also, you don't experience the same thing everyday, everyday is a new experience a learning something new.