Recognition of Our Aide of the Month

In a show of appreciation, we received the following email about one of our lovely aides:

I’m writing this email to say thank you for sharing an amazing aide with us. Omotolla Williams came to us in July and since her arrival things have really changed for our family. My mother Louise Aarons is a blind woman who has Parkinson’s disease and dementia. My mother also has a brain tumor which sits on the top of her brain. We are so thankful that we have been placed with such a caring, positive and gentle person to look after our loved one! We would like to see Omotolla stay with our family permanently as we all have grown to love her and she has become a part of our family! It is definitely fitting for Omotolla to be awarded aide of the month! I’d nominate her for aide of the year if I could! Thank you again.

Best,
Carla Garrido for Louise Aarons

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