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Stories From Home

Every day, our home care heroes make a difference in the lives of patients and clients.

ach one is a story waiting to be told. We would like to share some of those stories. They are about real people who may be recovering from an illness or injury, have a chronic illness such as heart failure or diabetes or maybe they just need a little extra help at home so they can remain independent. The stories are also about the very special people, our Care Professionals, who provide the caring help and support that makes a difference in the lives of our clients and their families.

We’re glad to share just a few of our “Stories from Home.”

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The Right Match

As is the case with most patients with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), Mr. Stein’s physical condition has slowly deteriorated over time. Now in his late fifties, he finds it difficult to stand for extended periods of time, or perform certain household tasks. As his MS has advanced, Mr. Stein has been increasingly reliant on the kind of help traditionally associated with those of a Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA).

Maintaining Independence

Most of us take our ability to do everyday things – from driving to the grocery store to picking up around the house – for granted. But what happens when you can no longer do those simple things? And when there’s no one around to help?

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I’m not very good with words, but I would like to thank all of your staff who helped us in our time of need. Each of them was kind and considerate to the whole family while they were here. They know what they are doing and it made it a lot easier on us. Ann especially, made us feel like she was one of us. There were so many of us, it was probably hard on them, but they did their jobs well and I would have them again if needed.

 
Doris L.