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Sonas Takes Action in Regard to Equality and Social Justice

Dear Sonas Family, Over the years, we have worked hard to create an environment of acceptance, diversity, and love — not only for our patients but for our employees. We accept and strive to provide a comfortable atmosphere for people of all races and backgrounds. To us, true diversity is exemplified through the way we…

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Sonas Takes Action in Regard to Equality and Social Justice

Home Healthcare That Brings Peace of Mind

Melissa Williams is a mom to 11-year-old J.W. and baby V. Her older daughter, J.W has spinal muscular atrophy Type I. In the beginning, Melissa would do everything on her own. However, when she found out she was pregnant with her younger daughter and that J.W. needed a tracheostomy, she realized she would need a lot of…

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Home Healthcare That Brings Peace of Mind

Miracle Child Gets a Second Chance

T.W. is a special needs child. But, he wasn’t born that way. On March 1, 2014, he suffered a near-drowning accident that caused extensive brain damage and left him disabled. In the words of his mother, Tanisha, he was practically in a vegetative stage. Tanisha sat down with us to discuss her story. “When he…

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Miracle Child Gets a Second Chance

Local Seamstress Makes Face Masks To Help During COVID-19 Pandemic

March 2020 has brought widespread uncertainty and worldwide unrest with the coronavirus pandemic. In addition to the healthcare crisis, hospitals in several countries are running out of supplies — and small businesses everywhere are worried about their future. With the Centers for Disease Control (CDC)’s recommendations of social distancing and cities issuing stay at home orders, these…

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Local Seamstress Makes Face Masks To Help During COVID-19 Pandemic

When Caregivers Make Life Easier

A.F. was a healthy boy until an accident in 2015. His mom, Feline, faced a parent’s worst nightmare when she found her son at the bottom of a swimming pool. She sat down with Sonas to recall her experience. “Even though I don’t know how to swim, I jumped in to get him.” But it…

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When Caregivers Make Life Easier

COVID-19 Advisory

Update: We are continuing to monitor COVID-19. In the latest news, Florida Governor DeSantis has issued a statewide stay-at-home order requiring all persons in Florida to limit their movements and personal interactions outside of their home. This began at 12:01 AM on Friday, April 3 and is in place through April 30. Read his issued…

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COVID-19 Advisory

A Little Boy with a Big Personality

Melony Robinson is the mom to an adorable three-year-old, E.R., who was born with Trisomy 21. She first heard of Sonas through a social worker who was helping her find assistance to care for her baby. “He had a kidney transplant, which required a lot of close monitoring,” explains Melony as she sits down to…

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A Little Boy with a Big Personality

Miracle Baby Gets a Miracle Nurse

For many people, the birth of a child is a happy occasion. For Angelly Rivera, it was a heartbreaking experience. Her baby, A.M. was born at 23 weeks of gestation, weighing 1 lb., 6 oz., with a long list of health complications. She spent several months in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU). During this…

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Miracle Baby Gets a Miracle Nurse

Loving Care for a US Veteran

Curtis Thomas is a 79-year-old retired army veteran. Despite coming back home from war in relative health, he needed knee replacement surgery due to an injury sustained while in combat. Recovery was slow and made his activities of daily living more difficult, but nothing prepared him for the aftermath of suffering a stroke. All of…

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Loving Care for a US Veteran

Caregivers Who Have Become Like Family

CSP is an eleven-year-old boy who was born prematurely due to a blood clot in his umbilical cord. Although he was born a relatively healthy baby, he got sick while at the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) due to cross-contamination from another baby. He went into septic shock and had to be rushed into surgery…

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Caregivers Who Have Become Family