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I got into caregiving on accident. I was looking for employment and a friends suggested I apply at her job which was Alzheimer's assistant living. I got the job and realized I loved it! I became state tested and have been in this line of business for 14 years. I love taking care of people who can't fully take care of themselves. There is pride in helping others and I am humble that God chose me to be the voice and care taker for some who can't express their needs and others who just need help along the way. I am proudest of accomplishing my PCA II which is a promotion from PCA acknowledging I am proficient in my level of expertise and care. I am also a safety coach and a proud member of the safe patient handling committee at my current employer that looks at proper ergonomics and equipment that keep both the patient and caregivers safe and free from injury. I do not have a car but I do use Lyft and Uber to travel if that's okay.
I am currently a master of social work student with a concentration in healthcare. I have over 10 years experience in healthcare in hospitals, rehabs, long term care , and in home care. I am CPR BLS and First Aid Trained. I have experience working with complex disorders such as alzhiemers, dementia, epilepsy and autism.
We all have a purpose in life and unfortunately some search a life time trying to figure out what there purpose is. Thankfully I knew from an early age that my purpose was to be a care provider. With over 10 years under my belt I have the same if not more love for what I do. Hi my name is Brittaney and like I said I have been an STNA for over 10 years now. I am CPR certified and First aid certified as well. I have worked in nursing homes, hospitals, home health, hospice, private duty, worked with children with disabilities and even did verification and authorizations for home care services. I am eager and happy to help you or your loved one in any way possible. I look forward to hearing how I can help you.
I'm a great care giver because I'm dependable and trustworthy. I've been working in this field about ten years. I just love being able to help . I also have plenty of references from the families of the people I took care of, just to assure you that your making the right decisions in trusting me to care for your loved one.
I am a licensed practical nurse. Have worked in home health care for about 5 years and been in the healthcare field since I was 16. I started as a nurse aide and have the capability to care for the patient as a whole. Very passionate about ensuring all needs are met. Willing to provide any care needed for your loved one.
My mother was a nurse and I enjoyed being a part of that atmosphere, I started out being an nurses assistant and I found it more enjoyable being STNA . That is a state tested nursing aid it took me two hospitals nursing facilities and it gave me a greater appreciation for what we do and now I'm able to enjoy home healthcare which is just as enjoyable one on one private care I'm able to apply many things that I've learned over the years which helps me and the client in daily activities I have extensive nursing training there is no situation that I have not yet experienced I enjoy being a part of the healthcare field. When my mother took ill I was able to take care of her and know exactly what the doctors were talking about that was a huge achievement to be able to be supportive and stand firm on my mother's wants and needs.
What makes me a great caregiver is my heart and passion and patience to want to help people that are sick or may not necessarily be able to do everything thereself and need a helping hand. I'm very nurturing, reliable, and a responsible caregiver and I love what I do and love having the ability to help others. I am a licensed stna certified in CPR and first aid as well have over 10+ years of experience caring for individuals with disabilities, seniors, children with disabilities and also catheter care, j-tube/g-tube care, als,cancer recipients, cerbal palsey, medicine administration/reminders, incontinent care and Hospitalization.
Hi my name is Eboni Pritchett. I have been a caregiver for almost five years now. My family has alot people that work in the medical field. Thats what got me interested in the medical field. Especially when my grandma grew ill from having cancer.After helping her from the time she got sick until the day she passed. It made me want to continue to help others around me more. So I went to Cincinnati's Job Corps Center and got my STNA license. Started working and havent stopped. Now Im attending nursing school. This journey is exciting and Im glad to continue this journey!
I am currently an Stna I have been since 2017 and I enjoy every bit of it. This career has always had been a place of comfort to me because I enjoy helping others regardless of any situation. I am currently going to school to be a LPN. My favorite thing I like most about my job is seeing my patients smile and being happy.
I love helping others, always have. It doesn't matter what I am doing I always manage to help. I have been a CNA/ HHA for 19 years and bothing brings me more joy. I have worked in long term care facilities, assisted living homes and in the homes of my patients. I am flexible, understanding and ready to help.