I was at the corner coffee shop yesterday when I ran into a man who I have seen over the last few years at a certain nursing home. I’d never really talked to him though he’d been a constant presence at dinner helping his wife as I sat with other patients in the same dining room.
As he was getting into his car, I asked him how his wife was. He recognized me and said, “If you asked her she’d say she was getting better every day.” He smiled an ironic little smile, something between pride and exasperation.
23 Oct 2014
We have proudly known nurse Alice Cresci for quite some time. Her interview is a follow-up from Palomar Pomerado’s Medical Director and Wound Care Specialist, Dr. Roger Schechter, who we featured in September. Alice is currently working with Dr. Schechter at the Pomerado Wound Clinic. We are thrilled to showcase her story here for you as Alice once worked with the Grace Care team as a care manager. We have always admired her passion for advocacy and drive for helping others.
Alice Cresci graduated from Palomar College with an Associate Degree in Nursing and has a UCSD Certificate in Legal Nurse Consulting. She is currently working on an Editing Certificate from UCSD as well.
This month Grace Care is pleased to introduce you to Lynette Edenfield, our October 2014 San Diego Caregiver of the Month. Lynette began her career with Grace Care in 2013 and has since shown an exceptional level of care to our clients. Lynette’s caregiving background, in addition to her certification as a personal trainer, makes her an extremely skilled and compassionate member of our team.