Connecticut Caregivers Continue to Build Trust and Support With Families
Dedicated long term care staff in Connecticut have worked hard to keep residents safe during the pandemic and on the road to recovery.
In fact, many staff and leaders in long term care communities were able to rise to the new challenges – treating residents like their own family.
“Knowing that [residents] are happy, knowing that they’re safe and knowing that they’re well taken care of – that is my ultimate goal,” says Kim, a Connecticut long term care nurse who worked closely with her residents throughout the pandemic. “You become that family for them.”
With millions of Americans receiving the COVID-19 vaccines, long term care communities are reopening their doors to families of both current and prospective residents.
Donna, the daughter of a long term care resident, praises caregivers and nurses for their work over the past year. “With this pandemic, they’ve done an exceptional job. I know, without a doubt, that my mom is safe.” Watch now:
Connecticut long term care and senior living staff have adapted to the pandemic in the best way possible: by delivering personalized, custom care for their residents and building trust and support with families. With the end of the pandemic in sight, long term care communities are ready to welcome new residents with stellar care practices and devoted staff.