Home Helpers of Santa Clara Valley is pleased to announce our caregiver of the month goes to Sisiria Waqa! We are extremely proud of your hard work and excellence. Here was a special message sent to us: "Sisi really shows her level of professionalism and expertise in working with those with dementia. We all have been exchanging emails about updates on what works with Nancy and what doesn’t. Sisi really put some great thought into her response. She’s a gem!"
Sisiria has been care giving for several years. She is passionate about making some kind of positive difference in people’s live because it is rewarding to her. We truly appreciate your thoughtful and heart warming ideas.
Let’s give it up to Carmerin Garcia for being our Quarter 2 Caregiver! We are super proud of you! Carmerin started working for Santa Clara Valley Home Helpers in 2016. She began to gain care giving experience with her grandmother who she gives high credits for her beliefs that you should always be kind, descent, and always give those people the respect that they deserve. She thrives on the desire to always learn something new from each experience and each patient. In addition, she is compassionate, empathetic, and loves listening to her patient’s life story.
Let’s give it up for Rosemary Mambo for being our Quarter 3 Caregiver! Rosemary started working full-time with Home Helpers in December 2016. As a young teen, she saw the importance with providing care and help to those in need. This passion stayed with her through life. As a result, she was the primary caregiver for her mother when she became ill. Rosemary attended the Medical Career College in Fremont, California for her Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) certification. She is very passionate about her hobbies, which includes cooking and reading.
We are proud to announce of caregiver for Quarter 4 goes to... Trini has been a caregiver since 2013. She is from the Philippines where she has her own accounting business. Trini has a passion unlike any other in which she strongly believes that the quality of time put into someone helps them tremendously with not feeling alone. She specializes in the care of those who suffer from depression and Dementia. One of the most consistent bits of feedback we receive about Trini is that our patients never want her to leave. Trini is a mother to four children and a grandmother to five wonderful children. Thank you so much for your hard work and dedication. We truly appreciate you!