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About Harmony

Harmony First Home Care was established in Ormond Beach, Florida by a Registered Nurse,  Who has been working with the Elderly and Persons with Developmental Disabilities and Mental Illnesses for several years. Her work eventually inspired her to start this small business and provide personalized service to our community.

Get to Know Jacqueline Better

Jacqueline Awoyale is a registered nurse who works with the elderly and persons with developmental disabilities by helping these individuals to obtain the best quality of life achievable while maintaining the maximum amount of independence attainable. Jacqueline believes in providing the highest quality of care and compassion.


Jacqueline has had experience working as a home health aide, certified nursing assistant, mental health technician, and patient care technician in a variety of settings, such as home health care, nursing homes, group homes, and hospitals, for several years with a long-term dream of one day owning a home care company.


In 2017, Jacqueline earned an AS degree and graduated as a registered nurse and has worked in the Psychiatric Department of Halifax Health Medical Center in Daytona Beach where she has gained knowledge and skill working with patients who have mental illnesses and developmental disabilities as well as elderly patients with Alzheimer’s and dementia.


Jacqueline is continuing her education and is currently obtaining her BS Degree from Western Governors University with a projected graduation date of October 2020. She plans to go on after graduation and obtain an MS degree as a nurse practitioner while pursuing her dream of owning a home care company where she can better serve the community with her expertise.

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