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Charlynda Snodgrass, LPN

Meet Charlynda Snodgrass, LPN in our St. Louis region!

When asked what gives Charlynda the passion to do what she does she stated, “Seeing a smile from those I give care to upon my arrival or a simple thank you from them or parents as I leave. Educating and sharing ideas with clients so they get the best care possible suited to their wants and needs. The relationships that are built with clients and their families is always a plus”.

“I am the vice president of a ladies group that helps with the homeless and veterans. We help with wreath laying at Jefferson Barracks every year. We have also went to nursing homes around holidays to bring al little cheer and gifts to the elderly. I also enjoy learning and educating others about history of 1800’s through Civil War reenacting. It has shown me just how much our health care has progressed. As with a lot of things Covid has put a damper on us this year.”

“With home care you are able to focus on one patient and are able to give them the care they need and deserve. Phoenix also wants you to feel comfortable in the home you work in by setting up a time for you to meet with the client and family to make sure you will be happy working in that home.”

“The staff here care about you and their clients and help with everything they can. They are willing to listen to any issues you may have, whether it’s work related or personal.”

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