Sera B… We think you’re a Sweet-Pea!

Posted on August 25th, by Mark Winter in Caregiver Careers, Caregivers, OUR Caregivers. No Comments

Sera B… We think you’re a Sweet-Pea!

The HIRED HANDS HOMECARE team is proud to congratulate Sera B, as our most recent Caregiver of the Month! We actually recently lured her into the office to drop off an air mattress, so we could surprise her with our Caregiver of the Month award. Sera was speechless and honored to be recognized for going above and beyond. Sera is a regular on our Live-in Team, and has really raised the bar for super high quality care. Sera is highly skilled, dependable, flexible, and willing to help in any way she can, most recently even helping out with a client down in Fairfax in Marin!  Even though Sera has only been with Hired Hands since March, we have received MANY compliments commending Sera for her great work- including a handwritten letter and a nice mention in a clients’ obituary.  The Hired Hands team couldn’t wait to present Sera with the Caregiver of the Month award – she truly deserves it!

To quote Sera:  “I can’t fully describe how much I appreciate being the recipient of the Caregiver of the Month!  I am truly honored!  Be assured that I will continue to prove myself as an asset to the team. I greatly appreciate your acknowledgment of my contribution and I thank you. We’re an amazing team indeed!!!” 

Sera, Congratulations, and THANK YOU for ALL you do!  We’re so honored to work with you!

Sera and the team

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