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Sep 29th
Home Sections Health and Medicine A Series of Sad Stories About Filipino Caregivers in Toronto
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Monday, 25 June 2012 16:05



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O ne of the touching stories of sacrifice is that of Roz, a midwife and nutritionist-dietitian in the Philippines, who works as a caregiver in Toronto. While she cared for the parents of a family, the children didn't want her, a situation that left her in limbo after the elderly patients died two months before she could qualify as a permanent resident.


Her story at The Gotcha Journalist Channel's Currents & Breaking News: ">


Meanwhile Pearlita smiles when she talks and by her looks she seems to take everything in stride. But she admits that her state of limbo waiting for her permanent residency has affected her life and her family's in the Philippines.


This is her story: ">


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