Our Caregiver Liaisons

Check out these special Certified Nursing Assistants (CNAs)!
Our team of professional Caregivers is supported by our Caregiver Liaisons. These three help train new Caregivers, offer administrative assistance, and provide excellence customer service to family members and clients.  We applaud all their efforts and attention to detail.


Pictured: Mikiyo Ohashi, Welella Anebo, Cristina Galvez

Mikiyo Ohashi, CNA

Mikiyo was born and raised in Japan. After volunteering at a hospice, she gained an appreciation towards home care, especially end-of-life care. She was soon licensed as a CNA and began working as a professional Caregiver, eventually managing an entire team.  When she was in junior high school, Mother Teresa came to speak.  The auditorium was full and she remembers listening to her voice over a loudspeaker outside.  “She told us that many people were starving not for lack of a piece of bread but rather because they were hungry for a smile, for love.”  That remark stays with her.

Welella Anebo, CNA

Welella graduated from Nursing Assistant Training School in Tukwila, WA. She is dedicated to serving family members and fellow caregivers. Her clinical experience includes skilled nursing, assisted living, memory care, home care, adult family home, and special care units. Her devotion is to serving families, helping sustain quality-of-life. She is compassionate, caring and eager to help her community by being an advocate for all the people she works with.

Cristina Galvez, CNA

Cristina was born and raised in the Philippines and has a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration.  She desired to work overseas so she became a traveling professional Caregiver. She’s been a Caregiver for 10 years now, and she has worked in Taiwan, Canada and the United States. Her goal is to make a meaningful impact in the lives of the elderly by providing the best quality personal-centered care and be an inspiration to many.

 

 

Published on June 10, 2019.