Posted on February 9, 2021
Like many people, Noralyn Pascua ended up in a completely different career path than the one she started in. After moving from the Philippines, Noralyn attended Hawaii Business College and started working in an office after graduating. Although she had a steady job in business, a personal experience led her to consider another path.
Posted on January 21, 2021
Jillian Garcia never thought she could handle the emotional toll of working in hospice care, but she believes it's what she’s meant to do. “Working with people at the end of their life is a remarkable thing,” explained Jillian. “We all come into this world and we are all are going to leave it at one point or another, and I get to be a part of these people’s journey, which is an honor.”
Posted on November 17, 2020
Taking care of your elders is a large part of Filipino culture. Throughout his childhood, John 'Jaqi' Ibbay watched his mother care for his grandparents until they passed. While the responsibility was stressful at times, he remembers the joy that taking care of them brought to her. "It made me realize that caring is unconditional," Jaqi explained.
Posted on October 22, 2020
Through her personal experience, she understands the impact that compassionate care can have on a patient’s life and their families. Hence, she strives to give patients the best quality of life and peaceful departure while offering families the support they deserve.