Posts with the tag “friendly-visitor-orientation”

2020 Friendly Visitor Orientation
by Melissa Thompson on January 16th, 2020
Sixty percent of nursing home residents have no visitors--no family or friends to check on them or cheer them up. Research shows that long-term care residents receive better care when they have regular outside visitors.With just a few minutes each week, YOU could change a resident's life, and help improve the quality of care they receive. Learn more at our Friendly Visitor OrientationWednesday, Ja...  Read More
All They Need is Love - Friendly Visitor Orientation
by Melissa Thompson on September 6th, 2019
Sixty percent of nursing home residents have no visitors--no family or friends to check on them or cheer them up. Research shows that long-term care residents receive better care when they have regular outside visitors.With just a few minutes each week, YOU could change a resident's life, and help improve the quality of care they receive. Learn more at our Friendly Visitor OrientationMonday Septem...  Read More
All They Need Is Love - Hopkins County
by Melissa Thompson on April 2nd, 2018
​Sixty percent of nursing home residents have no visitors--no family or friends to check on them or cheer them up. Research shows that long-term care residents receive better care when they have regular outside visitors.   With just a few minutes each week, YOU could change a resident's life, and help improve the quality of care they receive.   Learn more at our Friendly Visitor Orientation   Tues...  Read More
Friendly Visitor Training
by Melissa Thompson on January 25th, 2018
​Pennyrile District Ombudsman, Cindy Tabor provided training to 7 new recruits for Friendly Visitor Training. These volunteers will provide much needed visits to residents in nursing homes one hour a week. What an awesome way to give back to your community by visiting people who do not have regular visitors. If you would be interested in doing the same, contact Cindy Tabor at 270-886-9484 or Cindy...  Read More
All They Need Is Love 2018
by Melissa Thompson on January 2nd, 2018
​Sixty percent of nursing home residents have no visitors--no family or friends to check on them or cheer them up. Research shows that long-term care residents receive better care when they have regular outside visitors.   With just a few minutes each week, YOU could change a resident's life, and help improve the quality of care they receive.   Learn more at our Friendly Visitor Orientation   Wedn...  Read More

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