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I have a passion for helping people. It is a good feeling when you can brighten someone day or just putting a smile on someone's face. I am an active listener and caring person. I have been a Professional Care Giver since 1995. I worked in many homes and have provided quality care and I am compassionate about my clients' lives. My philosophy is to help and care for other with love and compassion. I am available at 321-474-0448 with any questions or concerns. My rate is fair and adjustable to your income. Thank you.
I decided to become a caregiver since I realized how important a caregiver can be in providing care to a needed individual. The way the individual emotionally , spiritually change is the one that make a better caregiver. Bring something new in the customer living, life and spirit make a wonderful caregiver. Doctors appointment shopping shower clothing exercise walking range of motion church meals preparation ect.
I am a Physician Assistant by training with over 20 years experience in caring for the elderly and terminally sick patients both in Uganda and the U.S specifically in California. I am a people person and derive my passion in seeing those I have cared for improved. My personal achievement is the work authorization which I have that allows me do my job any where in the United States.
My name is portia chambers, i am a certified nursing assistant for over fifteen years. Working in home one & one , in nursing homes, assisted living & hospital. I truly belived am making a positive Def became a caregiver because of my passion to assist and help others. I took care of my grandparents. that's what made me realize I am a natural at it. I feel like its important to be kind to everyone, especialy to the elderly.because they are vulnerable , kindness costs nothing. I am truly blessed earning a living doing what I love. My family is my most treasured asset in my life. I think so is for everyone elses.The people i ment over the years in my career as enrich my life with so much. Each day i strive to be a better and a greater caregiver for future clients.
I have a lot of patience, and I love and enjoy taking care of those who can't take care of themselves. I became a caregiver, because there are a lot of people who are unable to take care of themselves, and some of them need special care. The fact that I am giving care, it gives me a inner peace. It makes me feel like I am completing a mission, that, I am here to do. I am very proud to be a caregiver, and I will always be willing to do my best to help those who can't help themselves.
Hi, my name is Amanda and I have been a caregiver/ certified nurse assistant for about 8 years. I had a wonderful grandpa and helping care for him when I was younger is what made me want to be a caregiver. I truly enjoy working with and learning from the people. It takes the right personality to assist someone without taking away their dignity, and over the years I believe that I have developed the skill. I honestly just try to be kind, patient and treat every person I am caring for like they are my family member or loved one.
I have always had a passion for helping people. I always knew I wanted to be a health care provider. I received my CNA license at the age of 17. I took time away from the field to raise my 3 children while they were very young, however. It was very important to me to be able to be with them full time. Especially as my middle child was born with a severe disability. So I postponed my career goals at least until all were school age. Upon caring for my mother this past year as she battled terminal lung and brain cancer. I became overwhelmingly inspired to return to nursing. She was admitted to a Hospice facility with \"days\" to live. It was the experience together at this facility I became very inspired seeing the level of care my mother was able to receive in her last days. I was also highly appreciative for the care they staff, and facility gave to my entire family during the darkest days my family had ever experienced. They answered all our questions honestly while maintaining professionalism, but doing it in a way that was comforting and empathetic. My mother was able to pass after 4 days with dignity, and reasonably pain free. They were respectful after her passing and let us take all the time we'd like, and handled my mother with utmost respect cleaning her, and preparing her for the funeral home. They even provided some grief counseling for me about a month later. It was a life changing experience being a part of her final moments, but the caregiver in me couldn't stop thinking about how appreciative I was to this staff. In such a heartbreaking situation was this ray of light calling me back to health care. I wanted to show others, and their families the kind of complete care I was given. I wanted to make a difference and help best I can other families in similar situations get through it a best as can be possible.