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Caregiver Award Monthly Winners
MARCH 2018 WINNER
EMT, Cheyenne American Medical Response
"Jordan is perhaps the most compassionate EMT I have ever had the honor of working with. She understands that the emotional needs of our patients are just as important as the physical. She is always the first to stand up for her patients."
Pictured from left to right: Jeffrey Jacoby, Owner, Schrader, Aragon and Jacoby Funeral Home; Jordan Ford, Award Winner; and Julie Herzog, Co-Chairperson.
The winner receives an award, a bouquet of flowers courtesy of La Fleur Florist, and a gift certificate courtesy of Wyoming Rib & Chop House. The winner will also receive an invitation to the Annual Community Caregiver Award Banquet and will be one of twelve candidates to be selected as the Community Caregiver of the Year.
FEBRUARY 2018 WINNER
Activities Director, Edgewood Sierra Hills
"Elizabeth has been the Activities Director at Sierra Hills for 11 years! She is loved dearly by each and every one of our residents and is highly respected by the staff. The time and effort she puts into making the activities fun, enriching, and meaningful is commendable. Elizabeth goes out of her way to make sure the community is not only highly decorated for each holiday, but also keeps it looking its best for our residents and their families. She ensures our community hosts holiday parties for the residents and their families and comes in on the day of the holiday to spend time with residents who will be spending the day alone. Elizabeth also serves as our Resident Safety Advocate and ensures each resident feels safe, heard, and protected. To ensure the happiness of a few of our more independent gentlemen she tracked down a pool table, picked it up, and helped set up the room all on her own time. She even brought in sports related prints from her own home to decorate the new rec room. The residents trust her and know she will take care of their complaints and needs. She tailors her activities program to the likes and needs of the current residents, secures wonderful volunteers, and has unique and interesting entertainment. She always has a positive attitude, a smile on her face, and gets the residents laughing. She calms them when they are upset, is a go-to problem solver, and is a liaison for family issues. Elizabeth does not get recognized enough for the integral part she plays in our community. She deserves this award and the recognition that comes with it. We appreciate her and want to show her how much we care!"