An Open Letter of Appreciation

To kick off the new year, we wanted to thank all of the referring doctors, hospitals and nurses, who work alongside Our Family Home to care for those with memory disease. We have many common goals to provide quality care and work toward ending Alzheimer’s and dementia, so we wanted to share a letter of appreciation we recently mailed to our partners. – Evan

On behalf of Our Family Home, we want to thank you for your ongoing support and reinforce how much we value your partnership. While the needs for more funding, research and advocacy remain strong, we are steadfast in our commitment to caring for our residents in a way that prioritizes their health, livelihood and comfort.

We also remain a committed voice in the movements that support awareness, understanding and engagement around this debilitating disease. We understand there is a tremendous amount to be done and simply more we can do.

As a small step toward greater awareness, we are launching a blog to highlight the personal side of memory care and build transparency around our commitment to quality care. Our aim is to give a more personal point of view on how we treat, care and engage with those affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia.

As we look ahead, we have a renewed commitment to helping our residents and our families make each day the best it can be. We want to be more than a care center. We want to give our residents a home. A home that focuses on their health and their livelihood.

Our success is a testament to our caregivers and our partners. Those on the front lines offering care, kindness and connection. For that reason, we are also putting more emphasis on Caring For The Caregivers. We hope you will join us celebrating the selflessness of family, friends, acquaintances and staff who support, love and care for those affected by Alzheimer’s and dementia.

Thank you for your continued support. We wish you a very happy and prosperous new year.

 

Sincerely,

Evan DuBro