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My name is Seth Hofer.
A little bit about me:
The most important thing in my life is being out in nature.
My favorite quote is: Hold onto what is good, even if it is a handful of dirt. Hold onto what you believe, even if a tree that stands by itself. Hold onto what you must do, even if it is a long way from here.
My favorite sport is baseball.
My favorite hobby is photography.
I have been in the field of caregiving for over ten years. I was called into the field to make a difference in the lives of others.
I am kept in the field by wanting to be a part of and not apart from my community.
I choose to be with Holistic Contentment because I have the opportunity to work with a great team, the company is flexible and client centered.
My caregiving strengths are that I am compassionate, fun loving, dedicated, determined and reliable.
Pronouns: She/ her
I am a caregiver because the fire in my soul burns a little brighter helping others live a full and happy life. I was out here to help others.
I like working with Holistic Contentment because I don’t feel alone, by that I mean the support I have from the team I am a part of. I feel like the views of HoCo are not to get rich but to make others lives rich with support, compassion, and genuine care. I like that not only is employee needs listened to but clients as well.
My strengths as a caregiver are that I put anyone and everyone before myself. I care deeply for each and every client I have in my care. I am willing to do whatever task is needed, and doing it over and over again until I get it perfect.
Favorites: My favorite movie is the notebook, any music that speak to my mood at that given moment, and my hobbies are snack and naps
A phrase I live my life by is that "I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me."
Shanti is our wonderful mascot.
Shanti embodies many of the things we aim to be and helps us to stay mindful that with patience, thoughtfulness and care we can all be empowered and thrive.