This website has been created for all caregivers in the world to provide assistance and information available through different resources.
This site serves as a great tool to communicate and connect with other caregivers sharing thoughts, experiences and meeting new friends as a community with diversity.
We welcome all caregivers, nannies and personal support workers to be part of us and together we will grow as one, as we all embark the journey of care giving.
Imelda (Imie) Belanger is an Online Marketing Consultant & Personal Development coach who’s been an ardent advocate of caregivers rights ever since her caregiver cousin-in-law’s life was senselessly taken. This propelled her to confront the injustice of the system and challenged the government officials to do the right thing. From this experience, she realized that all caregivers and those applying for this job must connect with fellow caregivers and communities for support; they must also educate themselves to prevent becoming a victim of circumstances. Hence, this website was born to provide the needed resources and connection.
Analyn Doclan Aryo is a published author from the Philippines. She is an author, playwright, and former campus journalist and also a caregiver. She worked as a domestic helper in Hong Kong before arriving in Canada under the Live-in Caregiver program. Her book, “Nanny Tales: Voices from the Diary of an Overseas Filipina Worker” has reached fellow caregivers and domestic workers all over the world. She believes that the stories of these women must be heard. She is currently involved in various activities that involves caregivers Although she graduated with the degree Bachelor of Science in Agriculture major in Plant Pathology at the Benguet State University, her passion is in writing and recently, photography.
Jennifer Owatan is a hard working mother who can manage to work two jobs while volunteering as the Secretary-General for IWWORKERS- an organization of foreign live-in caregivers, personal support workers and home care providers in Canada. Her passion lies in serving her family and community. She graduated with the degree Bachelor of Science in Social Work from the Saint Louis University in Baguio City, Philippines. She worked as a Social Worker before leaving for Hong Kong and ultimately, Canada.