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Susan Seymour

Companion Care and Transportation for Seniors

Elder Care Provider

Looking within 10 miles of Hopewell, NJ.
Updated about 4 hours ago.

Elder Care Provider in Hopewell

I am a professional pet sitter for 18 yrs..I have worked for many elderly clients and their pets..I have provided company and transportation for them,, I have a heart for seniors..I can offer light cooking..light cleaning,,caring for pets ..companionship..transportation to appointments..

Elder Care Provider Details

Email Address …@aol.com Confirmed
Phone Number 609-954-1… Confirmed
Type of Provider Individual
Gender Female
Years of Experience 18
Services Offered Companionship
Light Meal Preparation
Other Own Transportation
Non-smoker
Comfortable With Pets
Last Online April 23, 2014 at 6:48 AM EDT
(about 4 hours ago)
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