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Natalie Casey

I am a loving,dependable,reliable,trustworthy home health aid

Home Care Worker

Looking within 25 miles of Columbia, SC.

Home Care Worker in Columbia

i have 10 years experience with sitting and working with the elderly. I am CPR certified and I'm available any time before 12am and anytime after 6pm

Home Care Worker Details

Email Address …@yahoo.com
Phone Number 803-665-0… Confirmed
Type of Provider Individual
Service Offered Homecare
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