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Growing Stronger Through Unique Bonds

For 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 really,” she…

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Caregiver Story-Evelyn

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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When Work Doesn’t Feel Like Work

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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Leading a Happy Life Against All Odds

When Home Caregiving Is a Calling

April Dunbar has been a nurse for more than 15 years. She started her career as a nurse’s aide while she was still in high school. Then, she became an LPN and worked in a hospital setting. While she always enjoyed taking care of patients, she was disappointed to see that sometimes, caring for each…

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When Home Caregiving Is a Calling

Lessons From an Unexpected Teacher

Kareline Quiñones has been an LPN for more than 20 years. Fifteen of those have been in a hospital setting. But since 2017, she’s been a home health caregiver for four-year-old C.R. “The first time I ever met him, I got very emotional,” she recalls. “In fact, right after my shift, I called my husband…

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Lessons From an Unexpected Teacher

A Miracle Recovery With a Purpose

While this photo was taken during COVID-19, safety guidelines were followed in adherence to CDC guidelines. On July 20, 2000, Kimberlee Brinson was driving, with her 10-month-old baby, C.B., safely secured in his car seat. However, they were involved in a catastrophic accident that caused C.B.’s brain to twist on the brain stem — leaving…

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a miracle recovery with a purpose

A House Full of Love

Jamie Dwyer has been a healthcare professional for more than a decade — with six of those years working as a nurse. After spending 14 years assisting adults with special needs at a group home in New York, she joined the Sonas family. And, for the past two years, she has been a home caregiver for…

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A House Full of Love

COVID-19 Advisory

Sonas Home Health Care’s COVID-19 Updates We are actively monitoring the progression of the coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) pandemic. Recently, community-wide transmission of COVID-19 has occurred in the United States, including in the area where Sonas Home Health Care provides services. Community spread of COVID-19 is difficult to detect and control. As a company that…

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COVID-19 Advisory

The Theory of Love

Debra Lewis has been working at Sonas’s Naples office for three and a half years, but she’s been a nurse for more than four decades. Since the first day she arrived at Sonas, she’s been the caregiver for the same person, L.F., who has a degenerative neuromuscular condition. As a result, L.F. needs a ventilator,…

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