Caregiver of the Month – Shawana McDonald

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Remain At Home Senior Care’s newest “Caregiver of the Month” is Shawana McDonald. Shawana is originally from Flint, Michigan, but moved to Athens to be closer to her sister while she attended the University of Georgia.

After her sister graduated, Shawana decided to stay in Athens to pursue a medical career. She was inspired to be a professional caregiver while taking care of her grandmother who lost both legs to diabetes. After experiencing the joys of caregiving, Shawana began to ...

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Caregiver of the Month – Jesse Moon

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Our October 2012 Caregiver of the Month is Jesse Moon. Jesse is 32 years old and moved to the Athens area from Marietta, GA. He is married and tremendously enjoys being a father to his two daughters Arianna (7) and Rose (2).

Like many Caregivers, Jesse became inspired to enter the caregiving field professionally while coping with the grave illness of a loved one. Jesse’s mother endured an extended battle with double pneumonia during which time he played a pivotal role ...

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Caregiver of the Month – Heather Moody

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Our September 2012 Caregiver of the Month is Heather Moody. A certified Medical Assistant for six years, Heather is both an essential part of the caregiver team at RAH and an invaluable employee at Athens Pulmonary, the premiere pulmonary practice in the region.

Heather decided to pursue in-home caregiving in part because she became sympathetic to patients at Athens Pulmonary who would visit the clinic with passive, indifferent caregivers. Unlike many people who become uncomfortable around those in need, Heather takes ...

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Caregiver of the Month – Andy Bryant

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July 2012

Andy Bryant made his way to Athens, GA, from Los Angeles, CA, with his mother, brother, and sister after his father passed away when he was just four years old. Once he arrived in the Athens area, he attended and later graduated from the Westminster Christian Academy in Watkinsville. 
 
Between his junior and senior years at Westminster, he completed his basic training in preparation for a career in the U.S. Army. In the Army, he was assigned one ...

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