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I am a caring compassionate person. I have worked in nursing homes and inhome care for about 5 years. In home care is my passion. I love helping others in any way I can. I love hearing about others lifes and storys. Just putting a smile on their face is so rewarding. I'm a mother of 3 girls. I m a very hard worker and do whatever I need to to provide for my children. I am reliable and trustworthy.
Caregivers are all around us. But that doesn't mean they are all great caregivers. When it comes down to what separates the caregivers from the great caregivers there are some marked traits and work habits that stand out. Those who have experienced a great caregiver could make a list of what makes them great and sets them apart from the crowd. I have 7 years of experience Love what I do. I am patient reliable trustworthy flexible. I have my cpr and cna. Going back to school for my rn.
I have been doing this type of work for 18 yrs and have never had a complaint.i love helping people young and old. My passion for this type of work is the fact that I get to help someone try to gain their independence back I am a very compassionate person and I love helping elderly patience.
I love being a caregiver because I get to take care of other people and help other people out and I can do anything from bathing grocery shopping 2 blood pressure checks 02 checks and I also know how to do catheters feeding tubes Med checks and everything pretty much I'm good at I've done with every patient that I've had I've been in the home health aide business for 8 years and took care of numerous different people with different disabilities and all timers and dementia
Hello! I am a very social person and always see the brighter side of things! I guess you could say my cup is always half full! My passion began many years ago when I became the caregiver of my Granny, who lived with dementia and Alzheimer's disease. I then took on the care of my father who had his first stroke in 2014. I have an AAS, BSN, and I am working on my Master's currently. I approach every situation with the thought of "what would I do if this was my family member?" No matter how small or big the need for services, one thing is gauranteed, I provide 100% ethical, safe, and fun care!
Energetic, patient focused, team player looking to obtain a position in healthcare. Experience includes working for medical service companies. Skills include patient care, radiation therapy equipment use, diagnostic imaging equipment use, record keeping, patient education and medication administration. I am a detail oriented, team member with excellent impersonal communication skills.
I am 29 years old I have been in healthcare for 11 years. I am great with the elderly, I adapt well in any situation. I have a great sense of humor but also balanced by responsibility and maturity. I love the internal reward of helping those in need with the understanding that I may be in the same position one day. I am most proud of the personal growth that being a caregiver has brought me.
I feel that I am a great caregiver because I am patient, understanding, a great listener, compassionate, and very caring. I believe in treating people the way I want to be treated. I am a positive person, I love to smile, and laugh. I am also trustworthy, supportive, and encouraging. When I was diagnosed with Non-Hodgkins Lymphoma Cancer (Stage 5) 6 years ago, my one and only Caregiver by the name of Barbara, was the absolute best. She took very good care of me, and was such a joy to have around. One day I told her that when I get better, I was going to become a Caregiver too because she was such an inspiration and blessing to me and my family. I am a natural born nurturer, and I love taking care of people. It gives me such a fulfillment in my spirit to know that I did something that day to make someone's life a little easier. I am proud of the fact that I was able to complete my courses to become a Certified Nurses Assistant 2 years ago, and I plan to go back to become State Tested to enhance my skills and knowledge in this particular field.
I have been a caregiver over 20 years (long term, rehab, old timers unit patients, and etc). I care about the elderly and people that need help and cannot help themselves. Having parents that died in their 60's from cancer it was nice having the experience to be able to take care of them from their homes. Have done homecare over 5 years and really enjoyed working with the family's.
My dedication to excellence makes me a great caregiver! As a skilled Licensed Practical Nurse with more than 14 years of experience, both clients and co-workers would best describe me as an LPN dedicated beyond normal expectations; with a kind reflective nature and strong moral character. I became a care giver because caring for others was a natural inclination for me. My Mother first noticed my gift of caring for others when I cared for her following a surgical procedure. After cleaning, cooking, and picking up medications she called me a natural little "Florence Nightengale." As a Christian caring for others was not only my gift it was also my passion! I find myself blessed to be able to align my passion with my gift and it result in my life work! A personal achievement I am most proud of occurred when I was working at an Alzheimer's care facility. My assignment included a unit consisting of mostly bed ridden and wheel chair confined clients. Due to the decreased level of physical movement and activity most of the clients suffered from pressure ulcers, skin tears and wounds as a result of decreased circulation. This particular unit when assessed was never given above a C- grade within the excellence in level of care scoring system. Within a 3 month time period beneath my charge this same unit received an A+ pinning within the excellence in level of care scoring system. I am most proud to be a Nurse when both my client(s) and their families are safe, well cared for and happy with my care delivery!
I have been a caregiver since I was 16 years old and couldn't picture doing anything else with my life. Most of my experiance is in a nursing home setting with alzhimers dementia, but I have done it all. Given the choice I'd choose to work with alzhimers dementia or individuals with developmental disabilities. I put my whole heart into my work and enjoy every minute of it.