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Star of the month (June & July 2022)

Star of the Month (Queensland)

 

Julie Berwick

Julie has been a Complete Nursing and Homecare support worker since April 2021. Julie always goes above and beyond, covering shifts where she can; she always shows kindness and empathy and gives her very best each time she supports the participants.

When did you join CNHC? I started with CNHC in April 2021.

What do you love most about your job? I do not call what I do a job. I work for Complete Nursing, but people with disabilities are my passion; I love the people I support; they brighten my day with how full of life every one of them is. I go out every day. I do not go to work.

What is the major accomplishment you had after joining CNHC? To me, those accomplishments mean more than any major one. I have achievements every day; a smile, a laugh, and even direct statements from my clients tell me that I’m appreciated and that I support in every way that person needs.

What led you to this career? I do not think I chose disability. I believe disability chose me. It was easy as I have cousins growing up with disabilities, and unbeknown to me, I was support for them. I wanted to do anything I could to help and support my cousins, and I loved them to bits. They were and still are inspirations to me and the reasons why I love doing what I do.

How is our journey with CNHC so far? I love working for CNHC. The people I support are no 1; the places and activities I get to do with them are just great. The staff I work for in the Nerang office are excellent, so I could not ask for anything more.

What gets you out of bed faster than anything? Haha, my gorgeous fur baby gets me out of bed faster than anything. He needs to go to the toilet. Then coffee, then the thought of what today will hold.

What do you love about your home? What I love most about my home is that my family are there (both two-legged and four-legged children). My family are the world.

What gets you out of bed faster than anything? Haha, my gorgeous fur baby gets me out of bed faster than anything. He needs to go to the toilet. Then coffee, then the thought of what today will hold.

What do you never leave home without? I do not leave home without my car keys because if I did not have them, then I would not leave. I never leave home without my water bottle.

How do you prefer to end your day? I come home and hang outside with my dogs for ages. I also finish my day by chatting with family about how their days have gone.

What show are you currently binge-watching? Oh my goodness, my binge show at the moment is vampire diaries.

 

Nominee of the Month

 

Kaitlyn Beaver (Queensland)

Kaitlyn has been a Complete Nursing and Homecare support worker since December 2021. Within this time, Kaitlyn has proven to have a “can do “attitude, showing initiative, respect and empathy toward all those that she supports.

 

 

 

 

Casey Arnold (Tasmania)

Casey has been working with Complete Nursing and Home Care since January 2021. She started her career with CNHC as a Disability Support Worker and now has progressed in her career as a Team Planning Support Worker in a complex care program. Casey has been a reliable, professional and committed support worker working alongside participants and their families. The TAS team greatly values Casey’s dedication and teamwork skills.

 

 

 

 

Jessica Ashton (Victoria)

Jessica has only started with CNHC recently, but we have received great feedback from all her participants and other support workers working with her. Jessica has shown to be incredibly reliable and shows great initiative.

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