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Looking Back & Moving Forward: Building Mental Health Resiliency during the Pandemic and Beyond.
NADONA presents a free Webinar June 2, 2022. 1:00pm-2:00pm. Our presenter has previously presented at the 2018 Compassion and Caring Award breakfast. She spoke to, "The Role of the GNA" Her presentation was uplifting and insiprational!
Ellen Lebedow is a clinical social worker whose career has focused in the areas of refugee resettlement, hospice care and senior living. For the past 5 years Ellen has had the privilege to serve as the social work manager at Riderwood Village. Group facilitation has been an important medium through which Ellen seeks to provide support and she has engaged with groups focused on caregiver and bereavement concerns. Ellen worked in person throughout the pandemic and observed the herculean efforts and care provided by her nursing colleagues. Ellen is quite humbled to have the opportunity to address the NADONA meeting in order to encourage strong self care focused on elevating our mental well being.
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NADONA Maryland Infection Control Meeting - Jan 26, 2022
Attend a presentation on user friendly infection control software by HealthConnex. Improve outcomes by detecting infections early and accurately, reduce outbreak duration and staff infections. Send RSVP by Jan 25th to email@example.com
Compassion and Caring Covid-19 Award Recipients 2020
Congratulations to the following recipients of the Covid-19 awards.
Broadmead: Lakia Lloyd, Carolyn Reid, Melvin Hines
Caton Manor: Victoria Privitt, Tina Williams, Brenda Issac
Frederick Villa: Twanda Woodard, Gwen Dorsey, Angel Curtis
Fairhaven: Deb Kriss, Rhea Schul, Robin Babylon
Future Care: Barbara Mulligan, Elizabeth Ross, LeDonna Phelps
Maria Health: Carolyn White, Trina Jackson, Kelly Williams
Riderwood: Richard Appiah, Christa Stephen, Karleen Park-Mullings