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I am a very caring and trustworthy individual. Who takes pride in what she does. I work very hard and I am very compassionate about what I do. I became a care giver mainly because of my grandmother. I took care of her when she was sick and I realize after she passed even though i was heart broken It felt good that I was there to help her. Why I like about being a caregiver is helping someone who needs me the most and help to put a smile on their face. I am jovial person and to make someone's day that is a great feel. One personal achievement that I am proud of is that I am finishing up my Degree in nursing and I am very excited to be a Nurse.
What makes me a great caregiver is that I have the patience and understanding that we all need help in some type of way. I have been a caregiver for 19 years in every capacity. I have worked with the mentally ill, psychiatric and geriatric population. I also know that it is not for everyone, but I know its rewarding. What I am most proud of is that I have held the same job for 19 years and counting. I have a caring heart, and I am humble enough to understand that in every walk of life, you have to be kind and remember that one day you can be in that person's shoes, so humility is one of my strengths.
I have a passion for helping people. I like to give them that extra support to let them know their not alone. I have five years experience in a hospital setting, 10 years experience in long-term care. I have experience working with patients on a ventilator and also working with clients with disabilities and special needs. I'm a respectful,honest, trustworthy,compassion,reliable person that you can always count on to be there with your love ones.
I always liked to help people since I was a child. My grandmother brought me a child doctor kit and my family were all my patients even while they were asleep. I like to meet people and learn new things. I took a customer service class while in college. I am a team player. I took a nurse aide course in 1999 and my license is still current. I have taken a medical assisting course and received my Associate's Degree in 2009. My grandmother and mother had encouraged me to go to school and get certified like my mother. They were my supporters. My grandmother and mother let me practice all I learned with and my grandmother most times on her. My grandmother became ill and that was more of a push for me because I didnt understand the things my grandmother was going through. So I pushed harder for school and she fought harder to push me through. She died a little after I had passed my state exam. I just wanted to quit but I remembered my grandmother and the hardwork we did together. I pushed on after my grandmother died. My mother died and I decided to go to LPN school. My personal achievement I never thought of that. But if I had to think of 1, I would say it would the drive withing myself to not quit at my dreams and goals.
I am a 29 year old female that have been in the health care world for over 10 years. I am a HHA and CNA in which I preform a lot of private care to the elder. administer prescribed oral medications, under the written direction of physician or as directed by home care nurse or aide, and ensure patients take their medicine. Provide patients with help moving in and out of beds, baths, wheelchairs, and with dressing and grooming. Care for patients by changing bed linens, laundry, cleaning, or assisting with their personal care. Maintain records of patient care, condition, progress, or problems to report and discuss observations with supervisor or case manager and what ever else is needed from me. I am very patient, compassionate, loving, and very down to earth. I treat my elders just how i would treat my family. i also have my own transportation and will not have a problem getting to my destination when needed...
Hello my name is jasmeen and I'm 20 years old. I'm currently go to University of Bridgeport working towards my bachelors degree in nursing. I been a CNA for almost a year now. I honestly love what i do. I get to help other. Im CPR/ First aid certified. I also have my own to car that i can use and have a great driving record. I'm following forward to working with you and your family.
I admire my mom and my sister on their passion as a nurse, it started when I met my moms friend at her work place when i was abou 14; a Korean who is paralized from hip to toe, we became friends and he shared how my moms job helped him and many others at the hospital it started there and i persuit nursing. After i graduated in nursing my first job was a fulltime with a Patient with Parkinson's for 3 years until he passed away. I am compationate with my patients and i ensure I can give them the best care I can.
My emphatic nature and a very strong caregiver with undiluted passion and my loyalty , my first degree study about people i took interest on ederly depressed and physicallychallenged and my compassion. Seeing my clients beaming with smiles and relatives happy with my service renderd gladends my heart.i have achieved been loved by my clients and relatives highly appre iates my good work and dedication to my job call 9am 7am 3am 4pm 4pm 4pm 1am 3pm 2am 1pm .
I have 2 years working experience As LPN in hospital settings, 5 years private duty home care, and also 8 years as nurses assistant in nursing homes. I was trained in performing ambulation, mechanical lift, catheter care, mouth care, dressing, grooming, mobility assistance, dementia care, bed bath, assist feeding, incontinent care, companionship, meal preparation, toileting, denture care, assist clients to doctors appointment, range of motion exercises, safety percussion, infection control, first Aid and supervised activities of physically challenged. I' m caring, trustworthy, honest, hard working, loving and dedicated employee who is interested in providing the high quality care that the client except.
I am very responsible for the care and well- being of others. I am very trustworthy. Dependable, and patient I have a sense of empathy for my clients I am able to separate myself from potential anger and resentment and not take the situation personally, all while still providing high quality care services. I recognice capabilities and encourage self- sufficiency while still providing necessary level of care and attention. I have known since I was a child that I wanted to work in a job where I could truly help others and this is why i am very grateful and have so much things to be proud of because I've helped people and always make them smile.
I am dependable, compassionate and reliable to crown it all I am dedicated to my patients! They come first . I became a care give to give to others what I could not give to my late mother, helping people that needs help is my passion. The thing I enjoy most being a caregiver is seeing my patients getting better. It gives me joy and it make me happy.
Hi am Sheba Hamilton been a care giver for over 15 years l love my job taking care of the elderly it's like taking care of a family member I like to keep them independent & doing wat they can for them self am very loving caring & very honest I worked with a lot of family & I enjoy my job all the time homecare is a wonderful opportunity to meet families & see wat different kind of people out there..
My level of expertise is like no other; Effortlessly, I always go above and beyond for my clients. Ever since the age of five years old when my Mom asked me what I wanted to become and my answer was "Mom, I want to be a Doctor because I want to take care of old people and I love them" and of course she laughed. Years later I ended up in numerous occupations, but at the end I found my way back to nursing (smile)- Need I say more? It gives me great pleasure to listen to the elderly. Moreover, their stories are precious and rare each unique experience that "cannot" be replaced (priceless commodity) and most importantly the joy and knowledge it gives me deep within (humbled). Looking back on all my choices I can honestly say that I have no regrets; Especially, since it has mold my life and made me who I am today. My mother would have been proud of me when I achieved my licensed (CNA) and knowing that it does not stop there since I was already enrolled in a nursing program in College and eventually I will go back since I took a long break after she passed. In conclusion, I love what I do and work for me is (never) work since my passion is caring for the elderly (smile)-