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I enjoy making a positive difference in the lives of the persons I serve. I understand what is needed too be a excellent caregiver too the persons I serve. I have 25 years experience working in Home Care and also Directed Care in group home setting. I recognize the need for discretion, tact, patience and good judgement. I'm committed too go above and beyond too deliver the outstanding quality of care that is deserved.
I have been a caregiver for many years. It is my passion. I enjoy helping people a great deal. My mother before me was a nurse, my grandmother before her was a nurse. I take my job very seriously and I excel at what I do. I understand what it means to put my client and their safety and priorities first.
I love caring for people and seeing smiles on my patients faces,making them feel good about themselves and just giving back what good that has come my way.I also became a CNA to take care of my parent's when they grow old I'm a loving, caring, and very passionate person. I'm also in school to become a Registered Nurse will graduate in 2019 with my bachelor's degree.
What makes me a great caregiver is my bubbly personality and my willingness work! I became a caregiver when I was 19 because I grew up watching my mother and listening to how proud the job made her. I wanted a rewarding career like that so i went for it. I have achieved a lot in my 9 years as a caregiver and i am most proud of the diverse capabilities and experience i have in the medical field!
I'm a 43 year old woman with decades of good experience in all capacities of care giving. I had been caring for people and animals all my life. It gives me joy and a sense of self worth to help someone or something & to make someone's day brighter, ease the pain and put a smile on their heart is what I shrive to do.
HELLO MY NAME IS JOHN. I HAVE BEEN DOING CARE GIVING FOR ABOUT 10 YEARS. I STARTED WORKING WITH FAMILY, AND THEN I BRANCHED OUT AND WENT INTO THE WORK FORCE CARE GIVING. DURING THE COURS OF WITH I OBTAINED A HHA LICENSE, CNA LICENSE, AND DIRECT CARE LICENSE. I BECAME A CAREGIVER BECAUSE I ENJOY HELPING OTHER NO MATTER WHAT THE CAUSE. I ENJOY MAKING OTHER HAPPY. WHAT I LIKE ABOUT CAREGIVING IS THAT, WE GET THE CHANCE HANDS ON TO WORK WITH A NUMBER OF DIFFERENT PEOPLE WHOM SOMETIMES AREN'T ABLE TO CARE FOR THEMSELVES, AND THATS WHERE GREAT PEOPLE LIKE MYSELF STEP IN TO MAKE LIFE AND THE DAILY NEEDS OF CERTAIN THINGS MUCH EASIER FOR THEM TO HANDLE.
My joy comes from being of service to others and adding a bit of sunshine to their day. I am a great listener and love talking to people. My patients are very comfortable and feel safe with me. I have been practicing Respiratory Therapy for a very long time. I have seen many changes in healthcare. I maintain there must be CARE in healthcare! I am currently Certified in Respiratory Therapy and licensed by the State of Pennsylvania and I am certified in Basic Life Support.
I began my study in the science of nursing, applied myself academically, received scholarships and graduated with honors because I wanted a good job with the opportunity for growth and advancement. This is the statement many people use in the cover letter of a resume without understanding what it really means. During my tours of duty I had the pleasure of working with a diverse population of people who taught me everything I know today. I learned to listen, be prudent, patient, empathetic and humble, and build trusting relationships. I didn't learn this from professors in college, instructors during clinical rotations, nor preceptors who oriented me to a new health care position. I learned from our seniors who struggle with dementia, our children who struggle with genetic disease syndrome, and our family, friends and neighbors who struggle with mental illness. I have been blessed with the opportunity to work in the areas of geriatric, pediatric, and behavioral health nursing. The people in my care revealed to me without saying a word that the good job with the opportunity for growth and advancement that I was looking for was with me the whole time. I was the good job that needed to be done, and I have people like your loved ones to thank for that. Early in my career as a registered nurse I decided to focus on home care because it was depressing to be surrounded by sick people who had to wait for pain medication, and help with meals, bathing, grooming, and toileting, and I couldn't help all of them. Home care affords me the time to focus on my actual employer's business at hand. That is your loved one's needs and concerns. I am looking forward to continuing my growth and advancement with everything they have to teach me. Thank you for taking the time to read about me, and I look forward to hearing from you.
Married with 4 adult children and 9 grandchildren. Born and raised in Pittsburgh pa. I was groomed into this field by my grandmother. She was the youngest and only girl of 7. My grandmother migrated from the south a town called Little Rock Arkansas. My grandmother didn't believe in nursing homes unless they were absolutely necessary. Every time one of her Brothers came close to death, they would come to Pittsburgh we all take care of them in shifts. My grandmother had 13 grandchildren and we all did our part to take care of her brothers. Each and every one of them. I didnt like it at first , I was only 14, but through time...I have grown to love taking care of people. This is one of the most rewarding jobs you could have. My grandmother has gone on to glory but she left a great legacy. And it lives in all of her children and grandchildren.
Hi! My name is Matilda. I am 20 years old with approximately a years worth of experience as a CNA. Now I know that doesn't sound like a lot of time, but I was trained in a skilled nursing facility. In a skilled nursing facility I got to meet and take care of so many amazing people. People who were long term ended up like a second family, even ones who were short term ended up like family and got treated as such. I pride myself in giving the best care I possibly can while respecting each of my residents as an individual person, learning their likes and dislikes, and respecting their opinions. One of the questions on here is "What do you enjoy most about being a caregiver?" My answer to that is simple. I enjoy being able to see someone nearly everyday and making them smile,to make them feel respected, to make them feel they've been treated with dignity, and to make their life a little easier by taking some weight off their shoulders. Please feel free to email me at email@example.com and I can send you my resume. Thank you so much for your consideration I hope to hear from you soon!
Hello I am a very compassionate, caring woman. I became a caregiver many years ago for the look in someone's eyes when you have truly helped them weather it was helping in bathing or a cup of coffee, my grandma had Alzheimer's and I was privileged enough to be one of the many great people who where able to care for her. I am a dependable, punctual individual who works great as a team and also wonderfully independently.