OSRAA Virtual Tools Give Away
During the COVID-19 pandemic, families aren't allowed to visit their loved ones living in long-term care communities. Only "virtual visits" are allowed.
And, facilities must provide the technology for residents to use.
But, not all communities can afford purchasing new equipment. So OSRAA is giving away several devices to communities who need them.
CONGRATULATIONS TO THESE WINNERS
.Marsha is very appreciative of this tablet!
Kathy Bradley accepts device on behalf of Care Partners. A non-profit palliative and hospice service.
Memory Care since 2002.
Mt Hood Hospice
"Thank you. Thank you!" Rhonda Frankie, Ex. Dir.
Mt Hood Hospice is a non-profit hospice providing end of life support regardless of ability to pay.
Emerson House Memory Care
Chelsea Kunitz, Executive Director at Emerson House accepts tablet on behalf of her community.
SouthTowne Memory Care
Willow and Ronit deliver a Tablet to Torie, the administrator at SouthTowne. She was moved to tears.
We're excited for the opportunity to support her and the residents of this community.
Oregon City, OR
Pam Richardson, Owner/Administrator and Janelle Osgood, Asst. Admin, accept a tablet with much gratitude.
They're not only serving through the Covid crises, they recently survived the wildfire and smoke evacuations.
Forest Grove, OR
"Thank you! We've lost 5 residents to Covid due to death or moving closer to family. Because of low census, we couldn't afford the technology to help residents keep in touch with their families. Thank you so much for your generosity." Connie, The Grove
GreenRidge Estates Assisted Living,
Lake Oswego, OR
"Thank you so much for your generosity. I know that our seniors will be delighted to make a connection with their families. Thank you for all the good work you do in our community!" Tory T., Providence ElderPlace