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I am Sandra " Sandy" Brumfield   Registered Nurse and the founder of Embracing Hearts At Home LLC. 

I have been a critical care nurse for over 25 years and a legal nurse consultant for 10 years. I am now loving this new chapter of doing in-home care!! I enjoy going out and meeting people in our communities and welcoming them to our growing family! When not working I love spending time with my daughter and our furry pack! We love to go on day trips and explore the neighboring towns, antique stores, garage sales, and the many sites that Georgia has to offer.

I am passionate about fulfilling my purpose as a Personal Care
Assistant, Because I love what I do, I have a steady source of motivation that drives me to do my best. I am very much a people-person and like to make people feel
comfortable in my presence. I love meeting new clients and learning about their lives
and their backgrounds. I delight in listening and observing to see how I can make a
difference, and brighten their day.


Working with elderly is so fulfilling. They are always very hospitable, sweet and not shy with compliments. It makes this rewarding job so much easier when working with people who truly appreciate your efforts or even just your time when sitting and chatting. In my free time I enjoy seeing my family, singing and playing video games. Currently I am going to school to be a Physical Therapist Assistant.


I’m Jennifer, but if you say it like my family, you’d say Jenn-iff-fa Ann-n. I’ve been in nursing for over 12 years. I’m from New York but grew up both there and here in Georgia, so I’ve had the best of both worlds. My husband and I have 6 kids. (No that is not a typo) We actually have six kids together. My family is my whole world. I always wanted to be in the medical field, although I thought it would be in Veterinarian medicine, but working at the Humane Society and having to put down, even sick, animal was too much for me. I treat ALL of my patients as if they are #1. My old patient and #2 as if they ARE my family, because I would expect nothing less for mine. I do love to talk and love to listen, but also know that sometimes you just need to be there so to speak. Taking care of you IS my life work. The quality of care you get MATTERS and choosing to have me in your home means something to me. Smiles are contagious and positivity makes life worth living.

I started being a care giver over forty years ago. I was a CNA working in Michgan in a Nursing  home facility. I have worked mostly private duty and currently in a group home for disabled individuals.  I do what I do because that's my way of giving back and serving others.


I have been doing caregiving for twenty one years. I just love caring for others… whether they’re young or older ,it's always a pleasure seeing others happy and safe… I love to get a smile or a laugh from my clients before I leave for the day. When I’m not working, I enjoy family, I sing, play with my dogs, write poetry and I enjoy listening to music and watching movies.


Helping others is something I enjoy doing. Knowing that I can assist others brings me joy. Working as a nurse is my ambition. I enjoy visiting new areas and taking in the scenery in my spare time. My objective is to help as many sick and needy people around the world as possible. 


Hello my name is Dalissa, I’ve been a CNA for over 10 years. I love what I do, I’ve always had a passion for caring for others. I’m very compassionate, loving and patient. My biggest joy is seeing people smile and making life easier for them.

I got started in this field, because of my mother.  She died twelve years ago from Alzheimer’s.  My daughter’s and my self took good care of her.  It was not easy, she needed watching around the clock.  We were afraid to let strangers take care of her, because we thought they would mistreat her.  It takes a lot of patience to deal with these patients.  I also took psychology to help me as well to better deal with Alzheimer’s people.  Once we put my mom in a nursing home to help her walk again, but after her being there for a week, the patient’s in there had feces left on them for hours.  That was the nail in the coffin for me.  I pulled her out because of the stench.  People have to care about the elderly in this field, or the sick ones!

V. Salawe

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