1,200 hours and counting…

Jeanne Elliott, IMH Volunteer, was recently recognized for her volunteerism by the Illinois Activity Professionals Association.

Presenting Jeanne (center) with her award is Gina Brassard, RN MSN, Director of Nursing & Jeff Petersen, RH Administrator

This award is presented to honor and recognize volunteers who unselfishly give themselves to enhance the quality of life of Residents in nursing homes. This very prestigious award is only presented to volunteers who exemplify care, compassion and concern for Residents. The award winner exhibits an outstanding commitment to enhancing the Residents quality of life as well as the facilities activity program.

Since 2011, Jeanne Elliott has volunteered over 1,200 hours of her time at the Iroquois Resident Home.  She assists with activities, passes meal trays, and visits with Residents.  In addition, Jeanne also serves on the Resident Council as a Community Liaison, advocating for the Residents.  She is always a part of the planning of outings and parties.  Jeanne Elliott has impacted and continues to impact countless lives at the Iroquois Resident Home.

This honor is well deserved and we couldn’t be prouder to have Jeanne Elliott, and other like her, working with us. From all of us at IMH and Iroquois Resident Home, Congratulations Jeanne Elliott!!

To join Jeanne as a Volunteer please contact Jim McRoberts, IMH Volunteer Director, at 815.432.7912

Congratulating Jeanne on her award are (lt-rt) Sandy Henneinke, Resident, Dianne Langfahl, Resident, Jeanne Elliott, Tina Abhsie, Activity Director, Esther Boyce, Resident, and Gertrude Wade, Resident.

 

 

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