🦃 What are you thankful for? 🦃
At the close of last month, we asked: "What are some of the things you should not say when you are being interviewed for a caregiving job?". This week our question is:
What are you thankful for?
I'm thankful for my little brother. He's been like a son to me since the day he was born (now 5) and I love watching and helping him learn and grow. I'm also thankful for my nieces and nephews; they always make me smile and I wish I could be around them all the time.
To have the greatest oportunity of coming to the USA, and i'm very thankful for the life.
I'm beyond grateful for the amazing families that I provide care for and the free resources that are readily available that make my job so much easier then it used to be like Care.com and TheMailbox.com
We should not say much about yourself, family,friends, future, parent.
I am thankful for my family, roof over my head, the clothes on my back and the food prepared daily and eaten together with my family sitting down to the table. I am grateful for the freedom we have here in the USA compared to others in the world. Also, for taking care of others when needed as I did for my father before he passed away 11/17/2017. Now, I hope that a family will be grateful for my service as it is a grace from God that I am able to do a great service to others be it: childcare; petcare; senior care; house sitting and running errands or children to the extra curricular activities for all families.
I am thankful for my friends, family, home, and the food on our table. I am thankful for my dogs, for my family's health and my health, for my job, for music and the opportunity to go to school." I think that things that are inappropriate vary based on age, but that anything that goes to personal into any sort of romantic relationship, politics, religion--I think that if it is something you wouldn't talk to your parents about, you DEFINITELY shouldn't be talking to children about. And if it is something that you may answer with "you'll know/understand when you're older," you also certainly should not say it.
I'm thankful for the ability to pour into kids lives and help them grow!
I am thankful for Jesus!
I'm thankful for my family and good health
I am thankful for my loving family! It brings me joy knowing they are safe, healthy, and blessed.
I believe that you should let het family talk first. See what their expectations are for their child and for their childcare provider. Then, get to know the child and see who or she is. It will be pretty clear when the match is right. During an interview, it is best to focus on what the family's concerns are and to answer the questions that will help them make the best decision.
i am thansfull the i am a life and every day i thans god
I am thankful for my family and friends. I am also thankful for my health.
I am thankful for the people in my life who made a difference. I am thankful for the help I received when I needed it most. I am thankful to be able to enjoy my grandchildren and be part of their lives as they grow up. I am thankful for my family.
For having opportunities to take care of kids
My growing baby (I'm 31 weeks Pregnant)
I agree, on Care.com the hourly wage is usually posted and to ask them FIRST thing how MUCH they pay suggests lack of care for the PERSON, just the money. I am so grateful I got to spend so much time with my last customer with cancer who died after taking her to multiple hospital visits for treatment over a few months 3 to 4 times a week. We bonded in ways I never expected and I miss her soooo much...
I am thankful for my family and being 2 years cancer free. I am also thankful for my sweetheart without him I dont know where I would be. And lastly I am thankful for heavenly father and the many blessings he puts in my life.
I'm thankful for those who hired me (who doesn't have college degree or specific certification / license) to work for them and help their children and be part of their life. To this day, people (care providers) are willing to give me an opportunity to help them. Because of that, I really feel appreciated (from those opportunities).
I'm thankful that ever single day I wake up knowing I have a purpose in life
I would not ask how much would i get payed no ever ask that question
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