In 1993 Cynthia’s father was diagnosed with Stage 2 lung cancer. It was during this time, Cynthia also realized how important it was to have a care provider in the home you can trust and count on. Cynthia’s family had to rely heavily upon each other to support her father’s personal and medical needs. Training family members were vital yet a task easily fulfilled by Mrs. Brown because of her previous certifications along with hands-on work experience as a certified nursing assistant (CNA) and nursing student.
Cynthia realized the more care that was being provided, her dad (the client) felt less independent. She quickly understood the importance of clients wanting to maintain some sense of their independence but most importantly their dignity. In 1999, after her dad’s unfortunate lost with lung cancer at the young age of 55, Cynthia continued her passionate work by caring for her mother in 2004. She provided for and managed the on-going home care services by nursing her back to good health after batting stage four cancer, strokes, brain aneurysm’s and seizures. The doctor accredited her mother’s 7 year cancer-free battle to the compassionate and quality of care Cynthia provided her mother at home during her illnesses.
C Renee Consulting and Management Group (CRC) Division of Supportive Service was established in 2015 to further assist what society would consider “hard to employee” individuals. This includes but is not limited to Seniors, People with disabilities, At- Risk youth and Re-Entry Citizens to achieve their highest level of independence by providing them with quality supportive home care and/or job training services.