Besides all of the family issues to fret over, who’s going where and what presents to buy there are business issues too. Clients must be contacted to see who is going to need care on Christmas and New Years day and who of our office staff and Angels are going to be on call. Seems like many of us are on a dead run and it’s easy to lose sight of what the season is all about.
This year, at one of our weekly staff meetings, our wonderful Marketing Manager, Debbie Kimmick came up with an idea that was quickly and unanimously greeted with a “Yeah, let’s do it.”
In visits to many of our referral partners such as independent living facilities, rehab centers and memory care units Debbie sees that many of the residents have trouble with simple physical tasks like writing or holding an object. She then wondered how could these folks ever address a Christmas card for their family or wrap a gift for a grandchild. They can’t.
OK, that’s the problem now what’s the solution. It’s simple Debbie Continue reading “Angels Becoming Elves” »