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Empathy - Great caregivers are able to cultivate closer bonds by sharing in the happiness or the sadness of the senior they care for. Patient - Caregivers understand that slowing down is a process of aging. A great caregiver allows the elderly to move at their own pace and not make them feel rushed. Dependable & Honest - Caregivers work with a great deal of independence. A great caregiver must be counted on to be where he or she is required to be on time and prepared as well as to perform required duties in the absence of continuous supervision Compassionate - Great caregivers possess a powerful desire to help others, especially seniors. They are inviting and available even if all they do is listen and provide companionship.
As a student nurse I have learned how to take care of my patients in a caring and dignified manner. I really enjoy helping and taking care of people who are in need and can't do for themselves. I believe I am a great personal care assistant because I am a natural loving and nurturing person and I choose to give the type of care that I would want for myself and for my own mom or dad. By doing so I have received positive feedback and gratitude for my services which has boosted my determination and drive to graduate and become a great nurse one day in the near future. Working as a personal care assistant provides a truly humbling and fulfilling experience.
I am genuinely compassionate for those I care for. I love to care for others. My purpose in life is to be of service to others and being a caregiver allows me to walk in my purpose. Caregiving is my calling. I have been assisting those in need even before I obtained a professional title to do so. I enjoy seeing the power of God manifest through the sick and turn tragic situations in health into unbelievable miracles. I am personally proud of the fact that I'm still able to help change lives just by the act of kindness and caring for a total stranger with love.
Hey my name is April I have been a caregiver for going on 10 years I absolutely love helping others. I have tons of references. I am a Certified Nurse Assistant CNA and I'm also CPR and AED certified. I'm married and have 3 beautiful kids. We currently live in Sumrall and go to First Baptist Church.
I am an experienced caregiver with compassion and respect for the elderly and disabled. I treat all patients with care and dignity as I would want someone to treat me and my loved ones the same way. I am honest, dependable, reliable, and respectful. I am very experienced with a number of things and I have excellent references as I have cared for our first lady Lt Governor and her sister for many years. I will treat your loved one and their property with the utmost respect and care. I am knowledgeable in a lot of different fields and I am also trained in hoya lifts and other equipment.
I always wanted to be a caregiver. Taking care of people has always been a major thing in my life! My mother and grandmother took care of people since I was small. I grew up seeing new people. Seeing the smile on their face is priceless. Some have no family and I just want to be that caregiver where I want to treat them like their family. It doesn't matter about your race,color,none of that. I enjoy listening to their stories and I enjoy making them feel good and making them smile.
* I'm very compassionate. I'm always helping even if I know that I need the most help I never turn anyone down who needs a helping hand. I truly understand what it's like to need to help. I want to treat people as if they were my grandparents or parents that I'm caring for. *The thing that attracts me to wanting to b a caregiver is knowing that I could be a great help to someone in need of assistance. I love being to put a smile on someone's face. * Being a big help mostly. Being able to care for someone and being able to encourage them. *Finally puttin my self back into a learning environment. Pushing my self to go back to school to become an LPN.