Caregiver Appreciation Day is in March, but Arosa Celebrates All Month Long!
What Caregiver Appreciation Means
March is a time dedicated to recognizing and honoring the many care professionals who provide care for the elderly. It is an opportunity to celebrate and show appreciation for their dedication, hard work, and selflessness as they often put their own lives and wellbeing second to their clients’ needs. This month also served as a reminder that caregivers need appreciation and support to continue providing quality care for your loved ones. At Arosa, we strive to show gratitude each and every day through our mission to attract, train, retain, and most importantly, treasure the best care professionals. Here are some events that were held across our Arosa offices to celebrate our amazing caregivers.
Arosa Caregiver Appreciation Events in March
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It’s safe to say that our caregivers enjoyed being showered with gifts and gratitude the month of March. As one of our care managers put it, “Having a fun event outside of their caregiving responsibilities is a great break for them. The caregivers gave us plenty of positive feedback and loved the food and treats. In Durham, one of the caregivers even brought her client for the celebration! The caregivers had the option to either stay to relax, chat, and enjoy the food, or if they were busy, they could stop by and get a to-go box of treats. We wanted to ensure that they felt important and included. They expressed their thoughts regarding clients, their lives, and how they sincerely appreciate how Arosa goes ‘above and beyond’ when it comes to celebrating our caregivers.” – Rachel Vaughters, North Carolina Triangle.
We believe that the highest quality of care can only be achieved if our care specialists feel cared for themselves.
Arosa is a home care agency that provides a range of services to seniors and individuals facing medical, physical, psychiatric or developmental challenges. Our goal is to support independent living in the comfort of their own homes and maximize their quality of life. We employ over 1,000 care professionals throughout the country, many who are certified nurses, therapists, or social workers. Here are a few of the services we offer: compassionate and social activities, personal care, errands and appointments, meal preparation and planning, ambulation, walking and mobility, medication reminder and oversight, and transportation.