Meet Our instructors

Noral Neal Dagget


“I knew I wanted to be a nurse from the tender age of 15. Now, fifty years later I can say, I love the field of nursing, its been really good to and for me!” I was blessed to provide care to the pediatric population, mommies and babies in my first ten years of service at the Saint Joseph’s Hospital in Parkersburg, WV. Years ten-twenty I branched out into Community Health and eventually into Home Care, serving agencies in Ohio as County Supervisor and Regional Director of Marketing. In my thirtieth year of employment I transplanted to Manassas, Virginia and spread my wings, again in the Home Care arena, as Director of Medicare Services then Branch Director. Years forty through fifty moved me into Marketing for Sub Acute Nursing Homes, which subsequently led to a Senior Nurse Liaison position at a major Rehabilitation Hospital. I graduated in May of 1970 from West Virginia University with my Associates Applied Nursing Degree. I am mother of three handsome men who have blessed me with seven, beautiful and talented grandchildren ages 10-18.

Ashley Ivey Askew


Ashley Ivey Askew is a licensed physical therapist assistant who has been working administratively and/or clinically for I-CARE since 2000.  Ashley received her Physical Therapist Assitant License in 2010 and has experience in hospitals, skilled nursing facilities and in home care.  In 2012, Ashley assisted in launching an Outpatient Physical Therapy center focused on overall health & wellness and clients with neurological conditions.

Ashley has contributed to I-CARE by hosting a series of healthy living seminars that clients and others find very useful in understanding how to achieve and maintain optimal health.

Audrey Robb Ferraz


Audrey Robb Ferraz is a licensed registered nurse who has been working for I-CARE since 2019. Audrey received her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Marymount University in Arlington, VA in 1992, and worked as a Surgical Nurse at Arlington Hospital. Audrey has extensive home health nursing experience as she is the primary caregiver for her 20 year old special needs daughter with Cerebral Palsy. Audrey is excited to pass on her knowledge to the next generation of healthcare providers.