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Someone once said “life is a journey, and if you don’t know where you are going, you are bound to get lost.” My experiences in life have taught me that life allows U-turns and it’s never too late to make
Yorktown Heights resident, Alexander Nardone, 95, was presented with a Proclamation from state Sen. Terrence Murphy’s office to honor his service as a World War II veteran. The Proclamation cited Nardone’s exemplary service as a member of the Air …Read more
Alicia (Melia) Gagne-Giuffo has worked as a coordinator of care at MJHS since July 2016, demonstrating exemplary practice as a home care nurse consistently providing high quality care to her patients. She is constantly selected to take new nurses and …Read more
Casrane Marie Ann Thomas is an aide in the guardianship program at Selfhelp Community Services. She has provided exceptional care to an 84-year-old Holocaust survivor who was discharged from a nursing home after a traumatic brain injury.…Read more
As front-line staff who have the most direct and intimate contact with patients, home health aides serve as veritable lifelines for vulnerable patients, particularly the frail-elderly, who struggle to age-in-place safely, and with dignity.
Eileen Crawford, a Home Health Aide …Read more
Home care nurses, aides and other home care staff often perform good works that go well beyond the core of their training.
Carla Rhodes, of Rochester-based UR Medicine Home Care, was recently the primary nurse on a case with ongoing …Read more
In the summer and fall of 2016, HCA embarked on a campaign called Bring The Vote Home-New York, which engaged home care providers to deliver voting materials to elderly, homebound, disabled and chronically ill New Yorkers so they can register …Read more