The prevailing concern from family members who have a loved one being cared for in any type facility or in the home is always about the employees who provide the care for their loved one. This spring, Alzheimer’s Tennessee Inc. asked area facilities including long-term care facilities, assisted living facilities with dementia units, adult day programs and home health agencies to nominate one staff member who has provided outstanding care to those with cognitive impairment.
These “unsung” caregivers were honored during a Caring Hearts Recognition Program in May along with their families and representatives from their facilities.
Karen Moulton, Hillcrest at Home employee, was honored at the Alzheimer’s Tennessee Caring Hearts Recognition Program.
Karen’s nomination form said about her, “Karen’s enthusiasm for being a caregiver is truly inspirational. We are so blessed to have her as part of our caregiving team. Thank you for setting such a great example of what a caregiver needs to be.”
Hillcrest at Home is the non-medical division of Hillcrest Healthcare, providing light housekeeping services, assistance with ADL’s, companionship, shopping, meal preparation and transportation services while in the client’s home. There are several options to cover the cost of these services to include private pay, Choices, Options, National Family Caregiver Program and some long-term care insurance plans.
Thank you, Karen Moulton, for being the hands and feet of love for those who need it most in their life’s journey.
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