Elanie L.|Joliet, IL
5 yrs exp
48 yrs old
Avg response < 6 hrs
I am seriously looking for a caregiver job. It could be a babysitting or an elderly care. I can definitely fit in any of the two categories based from my personal and work experiences.
I am a mother of 7 children. I believe I've been great in that field of motherhood because I've raised them beautifully. They are disciplined, respectful and loving children. I have experienced the real sense of multitasking in raising them. That's why I could say that multitasking is one of my aces. Cooking, doing the laundry, cleaning the house, doing errands for the children and a lot more.
In the field of elderly care, I am confident that I can perform this job more than anybody could. I regard my elderly clients with respect in the same manner I would to my own parents. I manage to make them live their lives unyielding the emotions of being alone, unloved and incapacitated brought about by old age. I influence them with a resolve of living a life tenaciously in this diminutive frame of life. That there is more to enjoy in life.
In this kind of profession, it doesn't matter if you have a degree in college, formal schooling and the like. What matters most is, if you have the heart and the compassion to fulfill your responsibilities and obligations. Working as a caregiver is not only about money, it's all about building trust and a good relationship with your client.
And more importantly, being a caregiver is all about a person's totality of being a good person to successfully impart good service of care.