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Nina Seng is the youngest daughter in a big family of 5 children. She cares about all family members, espesially about her 73-year-old mom, whose happiness and health are the most important things in Nina's life.
Nina Seng has been in the hospitality industry for over ten years now. And it has helped her understand how to listen to people and learn from them.
Senior Care Authority caught her attention because it is a business that helps people and families go through difficult times. When feelings, emotion and sensitive topics are on the rise, families hesitate what decision to make, and Nina guides them helping find the right path.
"I always loved talking to people, learning different types of personalities. But I felt like something was missing", she says. "And then I found Senior Care Authority. Senior Care Authority allows me to work with people but also help them in a time of need."
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