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My mother was diagnosed with breast cancer 27 years ago, at that time I didn't comprehend exactly her condition but I knew that I am the one who is supposed to take care of her needs especially after her chemo therapy. I started liking the idea of being a care giver. I have been Caring for patients after their surgery, Children with mental/physical disability, and Elderly that have been diagnosed with various illnesses and diagnosed with Alzheimer. Being a CNA, Care giver, and patient case manager give me a reasonable meaning of life and made me appreciate it more During my time working with family members of clients/ patients empower my ability to become the person who I am today, I understand , I respect, and I care for everyone, with all different demographic background. Actively participates and advocates on behalf of families (of children diagnosed with mental and physical disabilities) in Community Resource Coordination Groups (CRCG), case management coalitions, and community organizations. Coordinate with a variety of vendor service providers to develop specific care plans, service brokers, scheduling appointments, and facilitating communication between family members, medical and social. I finished school and graduated with a bachelor of science in social science from Florida State University, I have a 27 years of work experienced combined as a care giver, CNA, Administrator/ Operation manager, and a case manager
I'd like to start my saying that I am 19 years old, and I have never been a caregiver before. I have no experience in this field, but I am certainly a fast learner. I want to be a caregiver because I'd love to make a difference in a persons life. I would be providing support for those in need, and I would also be putting a smile on someone's face. At the end of the day I would be improving my confidence, and developing new skills so it's a win-win situation. I personally believe that what I would enjoy most is spending time with the person and getting to know them. I am an enthusiastic, highly motivated person who loves to seek out new challenges. I am also trustworthy, dependable, and I look forward to working for you. I took a cpr class a few days ago and I am just waiting for my certificate to arrive. One last thing is that I do not own a car.
I care about others and never put myself before the patients, I always Listen to the patients as if they're my own mother/father. I live helping others and anyways thought this is the way to go. I dream of becoming a doctor to help people more. I have 4 kids and a loving husband. I love them all very much and I'll take care of your mother and father like my own
When i give them care to my resident they always tell me that how much i am kind and right fit for this jobs. I do love my job i love to work with adults and with children, i do have many references that i work for them. They will be so happy to give you the answer for any questions that you ask .
A caregiver has to be honest, friendly and have a lot of love for others. I caregived my Grandma ( Heart Attack )and my Dad (stroke) . I think everyone deserves love and feels. My goal to make people happy and give them feelings that they're important, help them to believe them self .
I became a Caregiver because I have always been passionate about the health and happiness of others, especially the elderly. There are two things I like about being a Caregiver. One is the reaction I see from my patients after taking care of them. After working hard to find the cause of a patient's discomfort, I am satisfied seeing them at peace. The second thing I like is the impact of treating the whole person. It is important to not just rely on medical procedure, but to understand the emotional and mental well-being of the patient. I carefully observe and communicate with the patient to make this happen. As an example, there was one patient at an assisted living home who did not get along with any of the nursing staff. Nurses would always be assigned to her, then removed after one day, because she was uncomfortable. After I was assigned to her, it became a permanent assignment. Being a careful listener and treating her with respect and kindness paid off, and I was happy to have not just a working relationship, but a great friendship with her, too. After 15 years of providing extensive care to geriatric patients with a variety of needs, I have developed the skills to effectively handle any situation. Having raised a successful son for 18 years as a single mother, I know the difference true caring and concern can make.