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August 31, 2020

In Honor of Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Thank a Caregiver

By: Country Meadows | Memory Care

The world may look a little different right now, but one thing hasn’t changed: our commitment to ending Alzheimer’s disease. Country Meadows and Ecumenical Retirement Community will be fundraising and holding a Walk to End Alzheimer’s on our campuses for our co-workers and residents. We are asking our family and friends to leave a comment below, expressing your thanks to someone who is or was a caregiver. We will be turning some of these comments into signs to help motivate our walkers.


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4 thoughts on “In Honor of Walk to End Alzheimer’s, Thank a Caregiver”

  1. Lauren Schuman says:

    I have so much respect for all of our Connections co-workers. You provide consistency and love to our residents and their families. These past few months have brought on a whole new set of challenges, and you all surpassed expectations. I’m thankful people like you exist in this world!

  2. Patricia Heffner says:

    We, as Country Meadows caregivers, don’t just CARE… we COMMIT to LOVE… till there is a CURE! #LANCASTERLOVE

    1. Country Meadows says:

      Thank you for your comment and all you do to care and commit to love! Our residents are so deserving as are you as a wonderful co-worker. Thank you again!

  3. Donna Nelson says:

    Thank you to the entire Ecumenical Staff.
    Everyone has been very professional, cheerful, and helpful
    To the Connections Staff-
    You have provided excellent caregiving and also filled in as friends and family for the residents during this time.
    I’d also like to commend Viki Fratelli for sending emails that have kept families informed and reassured . I was comforted to read about the precautions in place, and all the ways that she and the staff were providing extra one to one time to keep the residents emotionally secure . I know for sure that they all put forth an extra effort to make the best of the situation
    Thanks again for all you do!

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