I was born and raised by my parents in Samoa, in a beautiful village called Falefa. I am the youngest sibling of 11. I moved to Auckland, New Zealand in 2002 and met my wife here. We got married in 2008. I have two boys’ ages, 17 and 12.
I give personal and domestic care to my clients, assisting them with showering, prepare their meal, mop and vacuum their room, changing their sheets and giving them massage if required.
I treat all my clients with love and respect. I am passionate about my work and I would go the extra mile for them.
I have completed Level 2 – National Certificate in Support Services. First Aid and Pacific Pathways. I have enrolled to do Level 3 – National Certificate in Support Services.
Pacific Homecare has given me the opportunity to move forward. Pacific Homecare has also given me the ability to love and care for our people as they are my own parents.
The person who inspires me was my mum. I am the youngest of our family and I did not get the chance to care for my mum when she was alive. I always wish I will get another chance to care for her.
Helping my wife cooking dinner and spending time with my family.
Samoan and Gospel music.
Spending quality time with my family.
Samoan and English.
Volleyball and watching sports on SKY
Being spoilt by my mother.
To become a Priest.
I would be working as a painter, but I love my job as a Support Worker for Pacific Homecare.