1. What made you decide to become a Caregiver?
I grew up watching my mom do it and one day she asked me what I wanted to do and I said exactly what you do.
2. What does professionalism mean to you?
The way people talk, dress, and how they treat people they are taking care of.
3. What does preparation mean to you in regards to your workday?
Just preparing for the day.
4. What does framework mean to you in the caregiver arena?
Supporting a patient and being there for them.
Purpose: That’s my job to support my clients.
7. Preparation: How do you reduce risk to yourself and your client?
Not doing something I’m not supposed to do.
8. What does proper attire mean to you?
Uniform, tennis shoes, hair up, and no long nails.
9. What does proper mobility mean to you?
11. What observations do you make when working?
If the client’s okay, does the client have any bruises, notice any change in the client, is the client eating.
12. What does self-control mean to you?
Remaining calm in all situations.
13. What does it mean to follow a care plan?
Follow everything that’s in the care plan.
14. What is proper communication?
Talking clearly, face to face, and eye contact.
15. How do you maintain a proper environment?
Staying somewhere you know is safe.
16. How do you maintain meeting the basic needs of your client?
Knowing what they need and going by that.
17. What does patience mean to you in the framework of caregiving?
Giving clients time with everything they do.
18. How do you handle the unexpected?
Thinking about the solution and maintain a positive attitude.
19. What does proper documentation look like?
Being neat, where they can see, documenting everything the client did.
20. How do you review and improve?
Think about your day and reflect.