I had to write and tell you how exceptionally kind and caring my mom’s CNA, Carol Robertson, is. My mother was diagnosed almost 10 years ago with Alzheimer’s. Her doctor put her on hospice care in January 2015. Mom had a hard time connecting with any caregivers for years. I figured it was due to her disease. Upon suggestion from mom’s social worker, we decided to try Carol. Within five minutes of Carol walking in the door, we heard Mom laugh and saw her smile!! I was amazed! She showered her, dressed her, fed her and held her hand the entire time. I knew then she was sent from heaven! The second time Carol was here, I even heard my mom singing in the shower. After all these years with the disease, Mom doesn’t remember anything. She hasn’t known who I am for many years. There is something special with Carol. Mom couldn’t tell you her name but she seems happy and content when Carol is near. Carol never fails to give Mom a hug, even when Mom is having a very bad day. She… Carol… is the most devoted and caring person I think I have ever met. I don’t know how much time I have left with my mother but I will be eternally grateful for the time we both have had with Carol Robertson.
Each monthly Caregiver Award winner will receive a gift card that can be used for whatever the recipient decides and an award.
At the end of twelve months the review committee will select the Caregiver of the Year to be revealed at a banquet honoring the twelve finalists. The Caregiver of the Year will win a trip for two within Colorado.
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