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I wanted to become a CNA because, I want to accomplish something important in my life. As a CNA I am making a difference in not only the lives of the patients that I help, but also their friends and families. I am helping to make many peoples lives more comfortable, and it can be a very rewarding experience. With me being a CNA is a great way for me to really test myself on my goals and to exposes myself to many members of the health care team. Going through training was hard work and being in charged with caring for sick people isn't something to be taking for granted. You have to have the will and desire to help people. You also have to have patience and to be very compassionate. You have to be committed to a physically demanding job, with little tolerance for poor work ethic. I feel what makes me a good caregiver is with the 20 years experience in the medical field, I bring an additional quality that makes me the best person for the job--and that's my passion for excellence. I am passionately committed to producing very good results. I have excellent communications skills, strong organizational skills, to be a willing team player and work well under pressure. I am a people person with an acute understanding of what my client needs. I have establish a good relationship with my clients and helping them get what they need. I have experience in Home Care, Wound Care, Diabetic Management Medication Management, Care for the Elderly, Assistance with activities of daily living (ADL); ROM, Bathing, Dressing, Errands, Escort, Exercising, Feeding, Grocery Shopping, Grooming, Hair Care, Skin Care, Toileting, Transfers, Ambulation, Laundry, Light Housekeeping, Meal Preparation, Assist with self-administered medication, Care for the chronically ill, Care for stroke victims, Nursing Care, Trach Care, Respiratory Care, Nutritional, Physical Therapy, Bowel and Bladder Program, Wound Care Management, Blood Pressure Monitoring, Vital Signs, Catheter Care and many more.