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A Love for Children

When Michelle first began caring for Jaydyn, her body was stiff and inflexible. Her muscles were rigid and only capable of working in one direction. “When I would pick Jaydyn up, she would be like a piece of wood or a statue. And the first time that I picked her up, and she bent in…

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More Than a Nurse: Her Second Mom

It’s hard to say whose days have changed more — Amelia’s or her mother Ivy’s. Over the course of four years, Sonas nurses have touched nearly every part of their lives. What was once Ivy’s sole responsibility is now shared with Amelia’s home health nurse, Caroline. “It feels like they’re family. We get along with them…

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When Nursing is in the Family

For LPN Kathy Reynold, nursing isn’t just an occupation. It’s become a part of her family. Her mother was a nurse, so when she was looking to change careers, becoming a phlebotomist felt like a natural step. But, it wasn’t too long before Kathy found her calling in home health care. Today, she works as…

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Following Her True Calling

 When Elda Abraham was three, she needed her blood drawn. There was only one problem — her veins were hard to find. After multiple failed attempts, and many tears from little Elda, a nurse came over and sat with her. She calmed Elda down and quickly and quietly did what no other nurse had…

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Finding Your Home in Home Health Care

 From the time she was in high school, Licenced Practical Nurse April Dunbar always knew she wanted to be a nurse. After graduation, she started her career at a nursing college, but the path to her future took a few bumps and turns. Thanks to a nursing lotto, April was able to get into…

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Going Above & Beyond for Patients

 The nursing career isn’t for everyone. And, while most people may see that as a reason to stray from the career path, Olivia Mason saw it as a challenge to prove people wrong. Now, 40 years later, she’s thriving as an LPN in her nursing career and making a huge difference for her clients….

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Growing Stronger Through Unique Bonds

For Registered Nurse Evelyn Rivera, helping people isn’t just her career. It’s her life. She loves providing care to people and making a difference. She has worked in home health care for more than a decade, providing her services in Puerto Rico and Massachusetts before moving to Florida. Now, she’s caring for A.R. “It’s beautiful…

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When Work Doesn’t Feel Like Work

Fremenia Wachuku always wanted to be a nurse anesthesiologist. However, with her busy life as a wife and mom, she realized being an LPN gave her a career option that fits best with her life. Thirty years later, she’s still working in healthcare, at Sonas Home Health Care. “I started working here about three years…

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A Workplace Where You Can Thrive

 Kely Duran De Momblack is a licensed practical nurse (LPN) at Sonas Home Health Care. More than a job, she sees her career choice with our company as a fulfilling calling. What’s more, she shares why she enjoys working at Sonas so much. “Something that I love about Sonas is that they really want…

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Leading a Happy Life Against All Odds

CB is a 21-year-old who needs 24/7 care. When he was a baby, he was involved in a severe car accident, where he sustained traumatic brain and neck injuries. Today, he has a dedicated team of home caregivers who are happy to assist him in any way they can. One of them is Sonas registered…

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