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I'm a very caring emphatetic person. I'm loving and easy going. Never challenging, I have been in the nursing industry for nearly 30 years. I've worked in hospitals, nursing homes, assisted live ins, and clients home. I'm skilled as much as a good nurse. I am a very hard worker and does not take life for granted. My goals are to eventually complete my RN classes and own my very own nursing home. With me your burdens will be light. You will see my patience and know that there's no one quite like me.
I'm a great caregiver due to my mass amount of empathy, my want and willingness to help those in need, and my never-ending caring heart. I learned through caring for my grandmother amd mother when they were I'll, my love for taking care of others. What I truly enjoy about caregiving is being able to offer companionship to the one(s) I care for while being able to help them. One personal acheivement that I am proud of is when I helped take care of a family friend after she had a major boot and metal wiring put in her leg. The reason why I feel proud of this, is due to how I was able to help her; I drove her to needed therapy apts, doctor apts, ran her to get groceries, cleaned her home for her, helped bathe her, cooked for her and kept her company 5 days a week. She recovered very well, and we bonded greatly because of it.
I am a caring, outgoing, motivating compassionate, strong in my skills and knowledge. I love to help others who need care for themselves or loved ones. I'm a mother of seven and the baby out of 11 children. I am confident but never aftaid to seek answers or afraid to ask questions. I've been doing this for over 14 years and each client trust and love me because i take care of them as if they were my family.
Skills & Certifications: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Possessing a nurturing nature, caregiving comes naturally to me. I am a compassionate individual who enjoys providing exceptional care to people of different ages. It gives me great satisfaction to help someone, and the job enables me to bring a positive change in the lives of my clients.
I have six years of experience with caring for the elderly as a CNA and a caregiver. In these years I have grown with my compassion, knowledge, skills and understanding for the elderly. I enjoy having a good time at work and making sure my patients are enjoying themselves during activities while maintaining a safe and comfortable environment. I would be glad to serve all my patients with dignity and respect.
1- I became a caregiver because I enjoy helping people who cant care for themselves. I enjoy being able to give back. 2- I enjoy getting to know my clients. I enjoy making sure thy are taken care of. 3- I am proud of the commitments I have been able to make to my clients. 4- I am dependable, honest, great communication skills and always willing to learn more.
My grandmother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's. I cared for her at home for 16 months, until her death. It was an eye opening experience for me. I felt as though I had been blessed to have the opportunity to spend this end of life experience with her. I cared for her completely. Then my grandfather needed care. I moved him in with me and cared for him as well. After they passed, I started getting calls from friends, to care for their parents. And I did. Entering the field through these steps, I learned the value of trust and companionship. I know a good relationship with a health care provider is most beneficial for the Senior and I have seen the joy that comes with these actions. I am proud to say, I can provide excellent references for jobs well done. I am professional in appearance and very dependable and I always have a smile.
1) The CNA course was offered at my high school and I was interested in going to Nursing School so I thought it would give me a head start. 2) I love getting to see the joy on patients/residents faces when they accomplish something. I enjoy getting to meet so many different people and get to know their families as well. 3) I worked extremely hard my junior and senior years of high school to be able to work as a CNA full time and be in school, as well as be in theatre. All of that together was a personal achievement for me because I was handling so many different things on my own. 4) I have 4 sisters that I took care of all growing up and I think that is what instilled in me the joy and want to care for others.
Skills & Certifications: Certified Nurses Assistant
My Name is Ronna Armstead; I am a 56 yr old wife and mother of 3 adult children. Looking for part-time care in the evenings. 20-30 hours or PRN. I enjoy providing care to those who are in need. I know the importance of providing care with compassion, respect, and to help in living life as much as possible. Security is something I don't take likely, for myself and my client. So I also know the importance of working with someone you can trust and build a relationship with. Most facilities have a number of staff members there are in and out as well as other family members. Proving care in the comfort of your home allows what is comfortable to you. This also allows family members to play a role in your care as well as yourself.
I became a caregiver because my sister was diagnosed with cancer in August 2009. After a successful military career as a Master Aircraft Maintenance Scheduler and a Maximum Security Corrections Officer in Wyoming, my entire world shifted...I became aware of her need for full-time care and assisted her with activities of daily living. I found the work challenging, gratifying, and interesting. When I relocated to Texas, I began working for a home health agency in Tyler, TX where I provided care for clients for over 4 years. I have pride in always meeting the clients needs and developing a healthy, professional relationship with them that enables me to provide needed care while preserving their dignity and independence. My fondest memory during my caregiver experiences was working with a young man with end-stage AIDS. His emotional need to maintain some elements of control while surrendering so much physical control due to the trajectory of his illness was a unique challenge. Because music was so important to him and represented an emotional outlet, I was able to use this mutual link to keep him engaged and motivated until his death. Where friends and family were unable to reach him on a personal level, I helped them and him to reconnect through this basic experience. I enjoy being a Caregiver because it allows me to see the best in people at the worst times in their lives...it just takes patience, professionalism, and understanding.
Skills & Certifications: Completing CNA