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Hi my name is Maisha Buckley! I've recently became caregiver and I've been working as a caregiver for two months. I have my BLS/CPR card, NAR license, Dementia/Mental Health training, HIV/AIDS training, and I have training in giving out medications. I do plan to get my CNA license soon, and I also plan to go back to school and start the nursing program at Seattle Central Community College (A.N.). Then I to get my RN license and transferring over to UW Tacoma and getting my B.S. in Nursing. I didn't plan to become a caregiver at first. At the time, I couldn't receive any financial aid to continue to go to school at Green River for Medical Coding, so I started looking for a job on Craigslist. I saw a job posting about getting free CNA training in exchange for 6 months of work, so I called to set up an interview and I started my training a week later. After passing the training, I found my current job and paid back the company who paid for my CNA training and I've been working as a caregiver since. I currently work at a facility called Terry Home in Auburn, WA. Terry Home is boarding home for young adults who've suffered a TBI or Traumatic Brain Injury. Ironically, I'm one of the youngest people in the facility. I love working with the residents and the people that I work with. The residents are funny and happy to be around. It's hard work and the residents aren't always cooperative or nice. I've been cussed out, insulted, yelled at, and I've been flipped off a few times too. But, being a caregiver and my friends at work have helped me grown in ways I didn't expect. I've learned to more patient with myself and others, I've gotten better at communicating with people, and I'm open to people as well. If you're interested in getting to know more about me or contact me, just email, text or call me Tuesday - Thursday between 8- 5 pm. Thank you and I hope to hear from you soon!
I have been a caregiver since 1998.I care for clients with cancer,diabetes,quadriplegic,alzheimer's,dementia and special needs people etc.I love working for the aged,and also people with developmental abilities.This is what i do for a living,and i do it best.Just prove to clients and family members how honest,trustworthy,reliable and hardworking you are, and this same people would recommend you,anywhere you go. I do Bathing,Dressing,Toileting and Incontinence,Eating Assistance,Shopping and Errands,Transfer Assistance,Driving Clients to and from Appointments.
I've been care giving since I was about 8 years old. I helped my Mother care for my grand parents until they passed and I continued to take care of elderly family and friends. Once I began my adult years I would always find myself caring for a next door neighbor. I have been in the medical field for over 25 years full time. I have continued to provide care and add different experiences to my skills. For example I was a dialysis technician for 11 years and have continued to go with my best friend to her dialysis treatments after leaving the field. I have been a sleep technician for 17 years where i work a 7pm - 7am shift three nights a week so I would be good for a weekend or holiday caregiver over night.So with my experience and working mostly in the hospital no job is to big for me I have experience in every area with dialysis I've dealt with balancing diets and fluids. I am a where of symptoms when someone Blood pressure is too high or low. I have use CPR very often. With being a Sleep technician I am familiar COPD C pap machines and sicknesses that come from having sleep disorder. And with my full schedule I still find time to care for and help out older friends I have met over the years. So what make me a good care giver is that I do it naturally. I help because it makes me feel good and its a good thing to put out help for others. I also donate my time to feed the homeless when ever I can.
I am passionate about care giving as a career and I love the job.I derive my joy whenever I perform my best and leave a smile in one of my clients .I cherish to see either the elderly or the physically challenge appreciating my support and feel alot of satisfaction at the end of the day I endeavor always to do my best and never wait to be reminded of my responsibilities and tasks I am proactive and like to upgrade myself always I am both HHA and CNA Washington state certified and hope to pursue further my career and acquire a degree in nursing in future
What makes me a great caregiver is because I like to succeed at every task I do. I'm very punctual I like to make sure my client is safe and sound in any situation. I'm very compassionate and love to spread the positive vibes. I have a back ground in plenty of CNA training and Certificates. Another thing that is special about me I'm able to communicate in American Sign Language. I am looking forward to see how I can be a help contact me for more information. Thank you.
I became a caregiver because I have a passion for putting others first, and I enjoy helping the disabled. There are a numerous of things I enjoy about being a caregiver. One of those things is, helping others gives me a sense of meaning and pride. I am proud of maintaining a stable and efficient career in the medical field for twenty-two years. I am the oldest of three therefore, looking and caring after others comes natural to me. I am a very responsible, trustworthy, and organized person. When caring for other residents, I care for them as if they were my own relatives. Above all of the following, I love my job.
My name is Annmarie, I am experienced certified nursing assistant with almost 8 years of experience, seeking a certified nursing assistant position in a reputed health organization where I can apply my best clinical skills. I am compassionate and technically skilled in attending to patients in diverse healthcare settings. Taking care of people is in my blood. Growing up in Africa, I always took care of my siblings and grandparents, and to be able to be in the states and have a license for it is amazing. I am trustworthy, reliable and outgoing. I am a very unique person and that's what set me to be different from other caregivers. Being a CNA, I learn so much from the elders and I love that.
Compassion Services provided are spiritual rewarding Making positive difference in other people lives Patient, dedicated and compassionate.more over every body wants to work for a reputed company like yours, and with the knowledge and skills I had I believe your company will give me that opportunity to work on by providing me the platform
I am very attentive to my female clients. I watch and observe all my clients and get to know them as a baseline. I was born and raised in the USA so understanding me is no problem. I take my responsibilities seriously and with passion. A smile is contagious and good uplifting morale always is uplifting. My clients know I care and this makes a difference. Comfort and a listening ear and a willingness to go all out goes a long way!
My father suffered a Massive stroke, with Brain hemorrhage in 1993. We were told he only had 2 hours to live.. Three months later we were able to bring him home from the rehab center. I was so impressed with the care he received at the hospital, and then at the rehab center, I decided to become a CNA. 2. I enjoy the interactions that I have with my residents, and their family members. I like knowing that I have made a difference in their lives.. 3. I was awarded employee of the month twice in a 5 month period.. And just recently I was able to convince one of my residents who wanted to leave AMA, that it would be better for him if he stayed and got the help and rehab that his doctor felt was necessary for him.. 4. I have been a CNA for 22 years.. In that time I have been able to work in all area's of care. I have worked Long Term Care, Short Stay Care, Memory Care, Transitional Care, Medicare/Medicade, Home Health Care, and Hospice Care.. I am trained in the proper use of all Lifts, Transfers, and use of Gait Belt.. I know how to properly document ADL's, I&O's, Meal Monitors, Showers, and Weights.. I believe in being a team player, in asking for help when needed, I believe the resident always comes first, and their safety is of importance.
Hi, This is part of my cover letter that goes with my Resume; it gives you a very good idea of my desire to be a caregiver.......... I am interested in a position as an IP Caregiver. I am resourceful, compassionate, and outgoing. I believe in excellence and have dedicated myself and my talents to be successful in the endeavor of home healthcare. I am an Artist, and began employment as an caregiver to care for my mother who was elderly, disabled, and suffering from chronic illnesses. She did not want to be placed in a nursing home, but needed full-time care. In the course of her care I became knowledgeable and proficient in the use of respiratory equipment and transfer devices. I became adept in skills of observation, documenting physical, behavioral, and medical information, managing and administering medication, and managing appointment and activity schedules. I worked with Doctors and medical staff to coordinate and implement treatment plans. Now, after 8 ½ years of caregiving experience, I am deeply motivated and committed to continue home healthcare for others. I want to provide quality care to clients with a wide range of disabilities, illnesses, special needs, and/or other challenges who want to continue to live in their homes with grace, dignity, and purpose.