Seven Years with Lilia!


Posted on February 9th, by Mark Winter in Caregivers, OUR Caregivers. No Comments

Seven Years with Lilia!

All of us at Hired Hands Homecare are proud to salute Lilia C as our latest Caregiver of the Month!

We have had the absolute pleasure of working with Lilia for over SEVEN years now. During that time, this is actually her THIRD time being awarded as our Caregiver of the Month, and she truly deserves it! Lilia is a highly skilled Caregiver and is active on both of our Dementia and Hospice specialty teams. Lilia is one of our most requested Caregivers by clients as a favorite. Lilia has really raised the bar when it comes to providing care outstanding for our clients. She is dependable, joyful, attentive, and is always willing to help.  Everyone at Hired Hands is grateful to have Lilia on our team, as she is an absolute pleasure to work with!

Hey Lilia… what do you have to say about that?!?

I have been happily employed by Hired Hands Homecare for 7 years.  I am treated as an important member of the team and feel truly appreciated for the work I do.  I love my job, because I know at the end of my day, I make a real difference in people’s lives.”

 Lilia.. we couldn’t agree more, and are so happy that you feel that way!  THANKS so much for being you, and all you do!  Here’s to ANOTHER seven years of working together, and making a real difference in people’s lives!

Sincerely!
~Your fans at Hired Hands Homecare





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