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I became a caregiver because my passion in life is helping others. I have 13 years experience working with altzheimers,dementia and hospice cases. I've been blessed and thankful that God always puts me where I am needed. I grow very attached to my clients and treat them as if they were family. I'm honest, patient,loving,and give 100% to everything I do in life. I don't do this type of care just for a paycheck , I do it because I'm good at it and love it !!!!
I have been a caregiver for eight years. I love taking care of others especially seniors, I like talking to them because they have seen it all. I took care of my grandmother when she was alive for 3 years. I prepared her meal, did her laundry, took her to her doctor's appointment, and bathed her every other day. I'm well detail oriented person. Thanks
Hi I am an very experienced compassionate caregiver I am not certified but I do have 15+ years experience. I am originally from Illinois been in Texas for 9 years. I am looking forward to becoming a nurse and I love what I do. I have been working in Alzheimer's for the last 9 years. I have a beautiful family that's why I prefer to work overnight shift but willing to work day shift (9am-3pm) to be more specific. I'm a very dependable hard worker with patience. I also have longevity with my past employers. I do have references if needed.
With my great work ethic, positive personality and reliability I would be a strong candidate for this position. I have five years experience in senior care professionally and over 10 years in taking care of families, friends, relatives who are wheel chair bound, stroke etc. I understand what it takes to make them a top priority by approaching them with the love and respect that they deserve. I create a special bond with every senior/client under my care and make every moment fun and memorable with their safety always coming first. I am confident of my great qualities and values that every client/senoir will be happy about.
l hope you are having a wonderful day! I began my career as a certified Phlebotmist. CNA, CMA, CPR working for healthcare agencies for 12years. I have worked in assistant living, facilities, home caregiver, hospitals, and most recent, I launched into private sector. I am passionate about my career and those I provide service for. I take care of my residents with caring and respect. Duties Assist clients with personal care, ( diapers and showers), bathing, dressing, mobility, assist in managing medications, checking blood pressure and blood sugar level, personal hygiene, planning and preparing meal, assist with feeding, transporting to appointments, Light Housekeeping (laundry, sweeping, dishes, vacuuming) Assist with grocery shopping, schedule and attend appointments (medical, hair) I have provided service such as. ALS, Alzheimer Disease, Dementia, ADHD, Pakistan Disease, Hospice Care, Risk for fall, Post-Surgical Recovery, Elder Care, Cancer patient, transfer (using a slide board and wheelchairs) Stroke patient, Senior Care, Depression, paralyzed client, G-tube feeding, bedridden, MS.
I'm certified by the State of Texas as a CNA; I completed a 8-week training course at Houston Community College. I did a month of clinical at Treemont Assisted Living facility located in Houston, Texas. My duties were feeding, bathing, dress, and assist with mobility. In terms of your job requirements, I can cook, clean, and do laundry. I can work 10+ hours on my feet without tiring, can lift, carry and transport items up to 30lbs. I'm currently thinking of going back to school and becoming a certified medication assistant ( CMA ) in addition to a ( CNA ). I think it would be an excellent way to elevate the quality of my care.I'd love the opportunity to sit down with you and discuss it in person. I can be reached by phone any day of the week before 8pm. I'm also available through email. Thank you for your time, and I hope to hear from you.
Empathy, compassion, patience, reliable and trustworthy , flexibility : these traits have kept me going through these years as a great caregiver. The urge to help others attracted me to being a caregiver. What I enjoy the most being a caregiver is taking care of sick people that needs help gives me Joy in my heart and I love the satisfaction of knowing that I have such an important impact on people's lives. My personal achievement that I am proud of is overcoming my fears by completing my associate degree with high honors.
1.I became a caregiver because I love to help people particularly seniors. 2. Seeing people healthy and comfortable and spending time with seniors is what I like about being a caregiver. 3. I am proud of being depended upon to assist when needed. It is a wonderful feeling to be licensed to do just that. 4. I am a Christian.
I am a sociable person with a natural capability of providing continuous care. Empathy is embedded in my personality and I am a good listener. Moreover, I have a track record of providing elderly and child care and immensely enjoy each moment of my work. Possessing a nurturing nature, caregiving comes naturally to me. I have worked in different personal care capacities for more than 4 years. 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 actually enables me to bring a positive change in the lives of my clients.
Very passionate, reliable caregiver. I have seven years of experience with the elderly, individuals with mental health issues, as well as those with disabilities. I like the flexibility being a caregiver provides and have always enjoyed taking care of and helping others. I like meeting new people and building relationships. I currently work fulltime for United Healthcare but I am free most evenings after 430 pm and weekends. If my schedule fits your current needs please do not hesitate to send me a message, I look forward to working with you.
I am a very compassionate individual. I tend to empathize with clients I'm working with and treat them as I would treat my own family. My 5 years of experience in the hospital have taught me to care for people beyond what is expected of me and it shows in my performance in the workplace.
I've been in the medical field for over 25 yrs, I have been a nurse assistant for 27 years and Medication Aide for 20 years and a medical assistant for 16 years and have always enjoyed working and helping the elderly, what I am most proud of I've been continuing my education. I also put two daughters though college.what I like most about being a care giver is to know I can make a difference in that person life,and knowing that I can give them hope and encouragement.