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I am an old soul with the longing and love to help and care for others. Once upon a time I worked in businesses but I in 2009 I had a car accident that made my life flash before my eyes and as well handicapped my best friend. From that moment on I have put my sight on God and followed my heart in helping others. I have a big heart, Im a good person, very empathetic, patient, kind, reliable, and intelligent.
Raised by both sets of grandparents I consider myself an old soul with tons of respect class and heart, I am extremely aware of others needs almost as I feel what they feel (Overly empathetic) live to serve, aim to please, dedicated, determined. I was born to heal & care for others not many can handle the emotional part of being ill but I find deep satisfaction in helping and knowing I changed someone's life and helped there loved ones get through this part of life. I've never met anyone who doesn't love & trust me. No children not married so I'm am very reliable, flexible & willing. I'm an ALS specialty Caregiver, Alzheimer's Whisperer, but have dealt with all and many different cases for the past 18 years
Hello my name is Nancy Servin, im 24 years old. I started working for a caregiver company. All i can i say is i loved it i love my job i love that i was a big help. I have lots of patients. Now i wanna be a private caregiver instead working for a company. Im a great caregiver im always on time. I cant the job done. Treating them like they are family is the best.
My name is SzuHui but everyone calls me Susie. I have been a nurse since 2007 & have been doing Home Health Nursing since 2008 in both the Pediatric & Geriatric community. I have extensive experience in the medical field and enjoy providing support to families with medically challenged love ones. I am reliable, compassionate, patient and down to earth.
I am a compassionate and caring caregiver with patience and kindness toward all my patients. I became a caregiver/CNA because I enjoy helping people but there's a special place in my heart for the elderly. I enjoy being able to help my patients but I also enjoy having conversations with them and getting to know them. I am proud of my achievement of becoming a CNA 12 years ago and being awarded employee of the month during my time at hospice.
I retired in 2008 from VIHA in Canada. I was employed for 20 years as community health worker. I worked and cared for many different client needs over those years with special training by an RN if needed. I mostly worked with the elderly out in the community. Med reminders/ personal care etc./ meals. I work with MS/Alzheimer's/Parkinson's/Dementia/Palative/HIV/Hep C. Clients. Different types of duties passed down from an RN with specialized training wound care etc. Cleaning of oxygen machines and more. Recently I have taken some courses in recovery coach and intervention for drug and alcohol addictions. I currently work weekends graveyard shift at warrior's heart in Bandera TX. I currently have training for Blue step medication administering. 30 hours with relias online training. Current CPR/ immunizations up to date/ TB test neg. / Flu shot./Drug testing passed/Criminal record check none. I am a permanent resident of the USA. Unconditional permanent resident.
I am a thirty five year old adoptive mom of three foster children with extensive caregiving experience for ten plus years. Bilingual and reliable transportation. CPR and first aid certified. Previous g tube maintenance, medication administration and management, Hoyer lift transfers, promotion of activities of daily living, nutrition, medical appointments, etc
I'm a dependable and punctual caregiver who has over 20 years of experience with a completed vocational nursing level education. Coming from a long line of nurses and doctors within my family, taking care of others comes naturally to me. It gives me joy to bring positive energy into the lives of others. Collaboratively I organize and tailor my experience with my education to meet the unique needs of every client I care for. My clients are like family to me and their happiness is most important to me.
I began my caregiver career 13 years ago and I have always followed the first rule I was taught: remember this is their home and you are the guest! That rule applies to any and all caregiver settings. I have found that if i truly respect and enjoy my patients and their belongings, everyone stays happy! I am lucky enough to say with confidence that I have found my true calling!