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Brenda M.

Homemaking/Companion Caregiver, ICLS Caregiver, ILS Trainer

Brenda is Compassionate Home Care’s Ethics and Compliance Supervisor. Though Brenda wears numerous hats at Compassionate Home Care, including overseeing the agency's Veterans Care Services, her specific job title is to ensure that agency policies and procedures are up to date and accurate. Brenda investigates and mediates ethics issues that arise, and her focus is on client services and satisfaction. Brenda has been working in home care since 1997; she started her career in home care as a PCA/HHA and then as a QDDS/PCA supervisor. Brenda was an active participant in the Sherburne County Vulnerable Adult Committee for several years, and has experience working in special education. Prior to joining CHC, Brenda worked as an parent educator with the Sherburne County Parent Support Outreach Program. Brenda obtained her Bachelor's degree in Community Psychology at St. Cloud State University. She enjoys getting to know the clients, and watching them grow and succeed when accomplishing their goals. Brenda believes each client is unique and deserves to have quality care that fits their individual needs. Brenda strives to ensure that caregivers are competent and able to assist clients in gaining skills for independent living. Brenda has three children. In her spare time, she enjoys kayaking, picking agates, four wheeling, playing volleyball, and bowling. Her favorite thing to do is spend time with her family at home. Brenda’s favorite Bible verse is 1 Peter 4:10 Each of you should use whatever gift you have received to serve others, as faithful stewards of God's grace.

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