At Fergus Hall, located on Parkland Truro campus, team members hatched a plan to make sure residents can still visit with their loved ones. Recently, the team began noticing family members were standing outside their loved one’s window in an effort to stay connected. As we all know, March in Atlantic Canada isn’t the warmest, so to keep everyone out of the cold the team decided to set up an “office” as a visiting space inside their front vestibule so residents and family members could stay connected, see each other and stay warm!
Thank you to our team members who are going above and beyond to find unique and creative ways to keep our residents and families connected during this challenging time. Your efforts are greatly appreciated by many!
A Team of Heroes!
Maplestone Enhanced Care in Halifax was the proud recipient of the Community Hero of the Day by FX 101.9 radio on August 27! The nomination came from Amelia Macdonald. Her mom is…
Great connections happen when a team comes together
The Recreation Department at Vimy Court in Truro, Nova Scotia, nominated their entire team for the AA Munroe Insurance Healthcare Heroes Campaign. And they’re featured on Munroe’s website here: https://www.aamunro.com/stories/vimy-court/! The Recreation…