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I believe the qualities that make me a great caregiver are patience, compassion and attentiveness. These qualities are essential in assisting a patient at their bedside in their time of need. As stressful it can be for someone who no longer has the physical ability they once had, there needs to be someone who is understanding and empathetic to their desires to ensure comfort. My interest in becoming a caregiver comes from being the one my grandparents call on for help. I strongly believe in giving back to the community and equal effort for all ages of those in stand in the need of care. My enjoyment stems from seeing interacting and seeing my patients smile. I'm proud of the fact that step by step I'm making an impact on my patients as they always ask to see me again. Once I secure the peace of mind in my patients' families hearts and minds, my job is complete.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA), Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
I'm 33 years old. I have 2 kids. I became a caregiver back when I was 17 years old. My great grandmother had alzheimers/dimentia. Ever since then I've had a passion for helping the elderly. I cared for my most recent client for the past year. She had to be transferred to a memory care for more supervison
I have been in and out of the medical field, (doctor's office, hospitals, nursing homes, specialists, etc.) And am pleased to announce I have finally found my nitch, home healthcare!! I love giving them the companionship they need because I am an empath, and I love taking care of their needs, whatever they may be. I look forward to meeting you!
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Its funny my grandma was a RN and my mom did home health the whole time I was growing up. And I swore i would NEVER do it. Well in 2007 when recession started I kept losing one retail job after another. So I ended up having to move back in with mom. She offered to pay for me to take a CNA class and I could pay her back with my taxes. So I did. And i haven't stopped yet I have gone further and received my Certified Medication Aide license as well and hopefully will be able to continue my education in nursing some day. I like being there with the families, If i can be the person to lighten your load or even help understand a little whats going on. I love my patients and residents. They brighten my day. I know its work and my job but I feel that we help each other. I have a huge family with 13 brothers and sisters and the families I work with are just an extension of that.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Medication Aide (CMA), Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA)