A Message from the Office
A Special Thank You!
her to do, she did with excellence. Rebecca, thank you for your willingness to step in for a couple months, and your help in transitioning us over. You have been a delight and we will miss you in the office. Best of luck in your future!
Caregiver of the Month - August 2018
quickly proved delightful with his friendly personality and steady, calming demeanor. The office had a feeling he would be an asset, and we were right. Recently we received a call from his client praising his work and thanking us for sending them Les. Thank you for the care and professionalism you show us and your clients.
Mr. W's Newsletter Inspiration
“You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” ~ Mae West
caused controversy and championed women’s rights.
August Client & Caregiver Birthdays
Word Search: Are You Immune?
August is National Immunization Awareness Month
One of the most well known breakthroughs in history of vaccinations was made in 1796 by Edward Jenner, British physician and scientist. While studying medicine, Jenner observed that milkmaids who contracted cowpox did not contract small pox. On May 14, 1796, Jenner took pus from a cowpox blister on a milkmaid and gave it as a variolation (word used at the time for
innoculation) 8-year-old James Phipps. He
Today, vaccines are widespread in their use to help prevent endemic, epidemic and pandemic outbreaks of diseases world over, help boost our immune systems and their naturally occuring antibodies and antitoxins. New vaccines are always being developed to combat new strains of disease. They are applied most often as shots - single, combination, booster - through syringe. The goal is education, prevention and ultimately eradication. They even have allergy shots. Join us this month as we explore the history and application of immunizations. Stay healthy!