Nice to meet you! I’m Jody Namoca, owner of Homewatch CareGivers of South Aurora serving South Aurora and Parker, Colorado. I’ve worked in the healthcare industry within pharmaceutical, medical device, surgical device and National Durable Medical Equipment as a Sales Manager, Territory Manager and Consultant while also providing patient care. My most recent endeavor was working for a National Durable Medical Equipment provider as their Lymphedema, Wound Care and Venous Disease compression specialist also providing Mastectomy care.
One thing that I noticed in healthcare was that there is room for improvement in patient care. What I bring to helping my clients is integrity, respect, and an interest in their overall well-being. In addition, I’m proud to do this backed by an industry-leading company with nearly four decades of experience, that is locally owned.
I’ve worked with many elderly people who clearly benefitted with additional compassion, not simply medical intervention! As I found myself searching for this additional support for people I’d grown to care for, I learned about the benefits of in-home care. Just seeing the loneliness be alleviated with quality home care intervention in these people was inspiring! There is definitely a correlation of getting better in health to companionship, better personal care and basic needs.
I value my Faith, Family and Friends more than anything in the world so I know how precious they are to you!
Give me a call today at 303-800-0206 to learn more about my team and I can be of service to you and your loved ones.
I am originally from Jordan and the oldest of nine siblings. With this I have helped my parents raise all of my nine brothers and sisters, As the oldest, this taught me so much about caring, and responsibility. This has led me to develop a natural empathy and patience towards others. Also, my mother was a caregiver her whole life and worked in a nursing home where I was a volunteer. I shadowed her for many years and helped care for the elderly and the ill. I really love taking care of people and making sure that they are ok, but I mostly like just being able to be there for them. This has encouraged me to go into the nursing field and pursue my degree as a BSN.
I'm pretty shy but once I get to know you, we will be great friends. I love all people and will be compassionate to every one and their needs. I really love to cook, go to the gym, and dance. I promise to get along great with your family and loved ones. I will take care of them as my own.
I am originally from Rapid City, South Dakota, recently moving to Colorado. I grew up on a dairy farm and love spending time outside. A little bit among the long list of things I love to do is garden, cook, swim, camp, and fish. I am a very compassionate, empathetic, and driven person. I am a pretty out-going person and enjoy doing a lot of different things. I am person who is very reliable and prepared.I started caregiving at a young age starting with my youngest sister, whom has many different disabilities. I helped my sick Mother raise her. She eventually moved in with me where I helped her graduate High School and taught her how to live on her own. I have always had a passion for caring for others. I started working with adults of all ages and with a wide variety of disabilities. I was then asked by the agency if I would work at the retirement home they owned. I began working with adults who had disabilities with an additional diagnosis of dementia. I have a lot of extra educational training along with hands on experience. I took accredited classes with NADSP to obtain a DSP-1 title. Upon moving to Colorado, I started working with adults with disabilities in the community. Teaching adults how to manage money, use bank cards, count money, shop, and even just leisure activities. Some of which consisted of supporting with walks in the park, going to museums, wildlife drives, and much more. I am always professional, but at the same time hope to make people smile and enjoy the time the time they spend with me. I am always excited to meet new people and help those in need. I will always be respectful and kind. I love to laugh and enjoy moments that life gives us.
Hello I am Tina Bell! I’ve been in the caregiving field for over 25 years. I have experience working with Down syndrome and autistic children, adults with disabilities, as well as elderly care. I’ve worked a lot with dementia and Alzheimer’s patients, and I have a real passion for taking care of people. I love to build relationships with my patients, I am full of love and kindness, and I am very dependable, patient and understanding.
Some of my interests are playing board games, any outdoor activities, visiting the ocean, cooking, going dancing and going to church! I love animals and most importantly I love spending time with my family. I have a wonderful husband who I adore and an amazing son who is my world! I am looking forward to serving and taking care of your family members as if they were my own!
I am proud to say that I have been a caregiver for more than 25 years and am certified through multiple facilities that I have worked for and also have my PCA. I am originally from Africa and I try to visit my family every year. I am a proud mother to my Son who has given me three beautiful grandchildren. I love caregiving because it allows me to work with people whom I can learn so much from. I love taking care of others and learning about them through their amazing stories. My hobbies include attending Church, watching African movies, cooking and traveling. I am happy to work with you and your loved one and will take care of them as they were my own.
My name is Stacy Anne Everist, I am a proud mother of 4 beautiful children from the ages 16 to 6. My passion is to raise, teach and love these little people and make sure they grow up healthy and happy. People characterize me as dependable and flexible. I’ve been caring for people all my life. I grew up with 3 older siblings to whom I was always the caretaker for them both emotionally and physically. My older brother was sadly diagnosed with lymphoma cancer at the age of 33. He was a father of 4 children and a husband and is dearly missed. Our family did not have the means to have a caregiver for him so I stepped in and took care of him. The emotion and the pain I watched him go threw made me realize how special and how important is was for him to have me in his most vulnerable time in his life. As I watched him pass, I realized that I was made to take care of people. Most recently, I took care of my dad through a triple bypass surgery and also dementia. This was challenging and the most rewarding experience and now my fathers heart is better than ever. I am compassionate to others feelings and needs. I am sympathetic and nurturing because I believe in the well being of everyone. I believe in mental health care and how important it is to feel relevant and respected and loved. I will always be the one that your family can count on to take your loved one and make them mine. Some of my hobbies include reading, going for walks, cooking, cleaning, organizing, and board games. I look forward to meeting you and your loved ones, and appreciate the opportunity to work with you.
Hello, my name is Kendall! I graduated college in 2018 and I have a bachelor degree from Texas Tech University with a BS in Human Development and Family Studies and a minor in Health Professions. Being a caretaker has been a huge part of my entire life. I am the oldest of 6, with my youngest brother being 9 years old and ever since I was young I've helped my siblings and grandparents with daily activities. In addition to being a Caregiver for the elderly, I was a nanny for three years to eight wonderfully unique young children and thoroughly enjoyed my work! In my previous job experience, I was a CNA in a nursing home where I assisted, interacted and cared for geriatric clients through many years. The majority of my CNA career I worked in the Alzheimer’s/dementia unit. I enjoyed every minute of it because I was helping others which is my passion. As a nurses aide, I've gained a ton of experience and knowledge that I know has helped me prepare for work as a caregiver. Because of this experience and education, I was promoted to Client/Caregiver manager here at HWCG South Aurora. This has truly been the best fit for my career.
I value my family and friends and always helping others. The love of my life is my dog Bentley, a smart Pomchi, who knows circus tricks and has the key to my heart. I love the great outdoors, working out, dancing, karaoke and learning new things. I promise to take the best care of your loved ones as if they were mine so lets start this journey together.