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Caregiver of the Month - Betty Arnold

bettyThis month, Ezra Home Care would like to recognize our caregiver of the month, Betty Arnold. Betty is a Home Health Aide and a Certified Nurse Assistant.  She has been with Ezra Home Care since July 24, 2011.

Betty was born and raised in Massachusetts. She is a proud grandmother of two adored grandsons (5 & 9 year old) and the mother of two daughters. Betty tells us that she has always cared for other people. This seems to be what makes her happy.

Lately, Betty is the primary caregiver for her mother, who has dementia. During her free time, Betty enjoys spending time with her grandchildren, going dancing with her sisters and playing bingo with friends. She likes to watch romance movies and read novels. Betty used to work at Macy's as a cashier and an administration assistant. After the store closed, Betty decided to take her passion of caring for others to a new level and got a Medical Office Certification and her HHA/CNA license.

Betty is professional and alway objective.  She is exceptional in knowing how to keep the client and environment in check. She is always prompt.

We are proud to have Betty as part of the Ezra Home Care family.

At Ezra Home Care, we carefully select our caregivers to find the most compassionate and experienced people. Each one of our caregivers is someone with whom we would trust our own loved ones.  Learn more about our Caregivers.

Founded in 2008, Ezra Home Care offers live-in home care, 24-hour care, and hourly senior care.
All our caregivers are state-certified and provide services like personal carehousekeepingcompanionship, help with medication, and transportation assistance. We've spent 15 years refining our caregiver selection process to ensure families' peace of mind. Reach out for details and quotes.

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