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    Irma M. Diaz Owner / CEO
    Photo of Irma M. Diaz
    Irma M. Diaz Owner / CEO

    Irma Diaz is a “servant leader” who is fortunate to be providing in-home care services in the community where she has made connections as a member and Eucharistic Minister in her local church, as a non-profit volunteer and through her work in health and wellness businesses.

    Irma has been married for 29 years to Nivardo, is the mother of 3 amazing young men (Aaron, Matthew, Gabriel).

    “Health and wellbeing have been an area of focus and passion throughout my personal and professional life,” she says. “I believe in aligning the spiritual, intellectual, physical and emotional side of the YOU to create a balanced healthier life.”

    Her passion for serving, giving back and helping has no age limit. Senior adults became very dear to her heart when she had the privilege to spend time with this amazing generation and experienced firsthand their joys, loneliness, abandonment, and the desire just to be heard or cared for when they couldn’t do it on their own. She is a member of the Pembroke Pines/Miramar Chamber and Rotary of Weston.

    Together with a staff team of compassionate, kindhearted, attentive, and qualified RN’s, LPN’s, CNA’s, HHA’s, their purpose is to care for the elders, adults, children, families, anyone who needs an extra hand, support, companion, personal care, all “Serving one another with Love; Gal 5:13.”

  • Photo of Celeste R. Rivera, LPN
    Celeste R. Rivera, LPN Client Care Administrator
    Photo of Celeste R. Rivera, LPN
    Celeste R. Rivera, LPN Client Care Administrator

    Celeste is the youngest daughter of three from a close-knit family. Aside from being raised by her parents, her grandparents have played an instrumental role in the shaping of her personality. Her grandparents were actively involved in her care and Celeste learned in a young age to be hardworking, caring, compassionate and always treat people how they would like to be treated. Being a first-generation U.S. Citizen, Celeste was taught many life teachings such as respect for your elders, always trying your hardest in what you set your mind to, and teaching others the importance of always being there for the people that are in need. Back at home, her paternal grandparents taught her the importance of how far a smile can go, and the importance of working as a team with others.

    Celeste is a Licensed Practical Nurse who has served more than 7 years in the nursing field. She has learned all the skills from how to be a nursing assistant and worked all the way up to supervisor. Celeste possesses experience in senior home care services. Celeste strives for excellence, hard work, and helping others along the way.

  • Photo of Wayne Boylan, RN
    Wayne Boylan, RN Administrator of Client Services
    Photo of Wayne Boylan, RN
    Wayne Boylan, RN Administrator of Client Services

    Wayne has over 35 years in the nursing profession and holds a B.S.N. from Widener University, Upland, PA. Before joining Homewatch CareGivers of Southwest Broward in 2019, Wayne owned and operated a senior home care company. After 18 years he decided to sell his successful business to retire. His passion for the senior population and the interaction with such an amazing generation, could not keep him away, so he decided to return to work. This time not as an owner but as the Registered Nurse and Administrator of Client Services.

    Wayne was driven to caring for others since very young. Raised by his grandparents in Pennsylvania who taught him the value of an honest day’s work together with his daily interaction with both of his grandparents he quickly learned the meaning of respect and care for your elders. Together with his grandfather, a carpenter, they built the house they lived in and his grandmother an avid gardener, gave Wayne an appreciation of flowers and fresh vegetables from her garden. He learned to be an active listener and through it, he learned that the senior generation has so many stories to share, they want to be heard. These moments solidified his passion in tending to people which gravitated him to become a nurse.

    Passionate about providing excellent care to the senior community, Wayne strongly believes in helping elders to be independent and, if possible, in their own environment.

    To this day Wayne cherishes the life stories of the elderly.