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Olivia

Hernandez

Family, Friend and Neighbor Caregiver
Colorado
Olivia a family, friend and neighbor caregiver in Colorado.

“Each week is unpredictable for many reasons. Children get sick, there are school holidays, or there are other reasons the children are absent. Last year, I barely made $8,000.” The low wages, coupled with the rising cost of essential items such as food and supplies, can cause unnecessary stressors for providers."

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