Careable in the Community
The diagnosis of Alzheimer strikes a chord with Carol because her father was diagnosed with Pick’s disease, a challenging and complex frontal lobe dementia. This robbed him of his memory, and his ability to make intelligent and informed decisions but most importantly his dignity. As a result, it made sense to team up with the Alzheimer Association. With the help of her family and friends we have supported this wonderful and progressive organization.
Annually we support and attend The Walk for Memories in January and the Unforgettable Gala in October.
Our former clients are also pleased that we gift during both Christmas and Hanukkah and send cards to all our former clients on these occasions.
Thank you for the work you’ve done for my family as manager of my parents’ care during the past three years. Now that the big move from their home to Peterborough has been accomplished, I can take a few moments to write you and reflect on our work together.
I appreciate the dedication that you brought to the job and the positive way you related to Mom and Dad. When I first interviewed you for the job, I was struck with your commitment to your clients and to their welfare, and I have always felt your strength of purpose in this regard. During the many crises we had to deal with, I was grateful for your presence and experience in dealing with these situations and working with other professionals.
So, again, I thank you, Carol, and send you my best wishes for further success in this important field in which you’re working.