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* Am a loving and caring person. Am also a good listener and responsible young lady, which help make me a great caregiver. * I was attracted to care giving when a family member of mines was sick, and I was given the opportunity to care for them. I felt in love with caregiving since and has been working in the field for 7yrs now. Am also a aspiring nurse. * What I love about caregiving is the opportunity to build relationships with client and learn about their life experiences. * In my experiences of being a caregiver, my proudest moments is being able to take care of my clients and meet their needs as a caregiver. * I'm a Christian and my faith is very important to me , but I also know the value of not allowing my faith to judge others on their beliefs and religion. * Am a joyful and outgoing person and a great conversationalist as well.
I have been private caregiving for about 5 years now and I love it. Being able to care for my clients one on one, giving them the attention and quality care they deserve is rewarding. I'm also a part time student studying associate of Health / Sciences. My expected graduation date is March of 2018. I then plan to apply for nursing school and eventualy obtain my nurse practitioner license.
In 2014 I started caregiving. It wasn't something I planned on doing or dreamed about. I was in need of a job and a friend introduced me to the position. I have loved it ever since. I love getting to know people and their life experiences. Everyday is something new. All the different care plans and people are exiting to me. This helps me learn something new regularly and keep things from being mundane.
Hi,my name is Gamada. I have been caregiver for the last 8 Year's I loved it in the beginning and I still love it. one day I want to open my own adult family home. I have experience and right training. I use to work in the hospital as a cook for patients when I was in Minnesota and from there I start caring more and more for the patients even though I am just making food but it's beyond making food, I am making a difference in their daily lives and that's when I decided to become a care giver and I love helping people from young to elderly. it's some thing that I am proud of doing.
I believe that providing quality and compassionate care plays a vital role in a great caregiver. I take value in my work and love what I do. I have always loved helping others and enriching there lives each day. I love being able to step into someones world and make a better difference in there lives. Being a caregiver is rewarding and promising and I love every minute of it. I am currently proud of all of my personal achievements. I am pursing a degree in Criminal Justice and I hope to work with the youth in the Justice System and help better there lives as well.
I have taken care of anyone that has needed it to the best of my ability, ever since I can remember. I do it because it is my calling. I have done other things for work, but always come back to caregiving, because it's in my heart. We are all you going to need help one day, but for now it is my turn to help someone have a quality of life.
I started working with the elderly running a beauty shop in a nursing home back in 2000. Providing hair care services to residents and there families as a independent contractor. I found that most of the residents that came to me weekly were not very happy living there. So that's when I realized I could make a difference. Helping seniors stay in there homes. I really enjoy helping those who can't help themselves. I am genuinely passionate about working with seniors. I'm goal-oriented individual with strong leadership capabilities. organized,highly motivated, honest,quick, efficient and hard working. Proven ability to work with a team and individually. able to handle tasks and situations with ease.
I became a caregiver, because I love taking care of the senior population. I feel a connection between the client and the caregiver should always be professional, and not to be a friend, but to have a friendly relationship. I enjoy being a caregiver, because it gives me something to be proud of to work with our most vulnerable people, and to give the family some relief in knowing that their loved one is taken care of. My proudest moment was when I graduated from PCC with a degree in Gerontology with a focus on Advanced Behavioral and Cognitive Care certificate. I also am following that with a bachelors degree in community health education and aging services at Portland State. I have been married for almost 14 years, and have no children, so I am free to do any shifts that are available.
My mother was a RN, she worked hospice and also took care of her mom. I began taking care of my grandmother also but what I think what truly inspired me is that the relationship my mom and grandma had. Even when my grandma couldn't speak my mom would call home everyday and speak to her mom as I put the phone to her ear. But every day they'd talk at 2 o clock. It is with eagerness that I choose to remain in this field. My goal is to be a RN as well.