Patient Care Associates
Patient Care Associates
Congratulations to all our September raffle winners (Barbara Dalrymple, Joelle Bryant, Edward Mrozik)! One of their visitors filled out a card on their behalf and they each received a prize during our monthly drawing. We hope you each enjoy your prize!
Congratulations to all our summer raffle winners! One of their visitors filled out a raffle card on their behalf and they each received a prize during our monthly drawing.
Thanks to BloomAgainBklyn for the beautiful flowers and a special thank you to all the volunteers (especially little Lilah) for their time. They came out to bring sunshine to our residents this summers, despite the heat!
An awards ceremony was held at Cobble Hill for the winners of a neighborhood-wide essay contest for local fourth and fifth graders. The students wrote about an “Older Person in Your Life who is Special and why.”
The essay winners were: Sofia Alexandra – A.Fantis, Gabriela Garcia – PS 38, Maximus Gregorian – PS 32, Roxy Pipino – PS 58, Talia Willscher – PS 29
The winners attended, along with their parents, teachers, PTA presidents, school administration and extended family (grandmothers, aunts, uncles). Most importantly, the person who inspired the essay accompanied the student author. The CHHC executive team and board members, as well as the residents who judged the essay contest, attended the ceremony to witness the students accept their prizes. Each school winner was awarded a four pack of tickets to Cobble Hill Cinema with snacks and drinks from the concession stand.
Donny Tuchman, Cobble Hill’s COO, welcomed the guests and praised the students for their outstanding work. Assemblywoman Joanne Simon and New York State Senator Daniel Squadron sent representatives to attend the ceremony and give the students recognition certificates.
One of our many talented and giving residents, Carol Dean, was kind enough to bake us some delicious chocolate chip cookies. We are getting spoiled having a Food Network producer amongst us!
Congratulations to Mary Zagami, Henrietta Hammad, and Desmond Harvey, the three residents who were selected during our March raffle drawing. One of their visitors filled out a card on their behalf and they each received a prize during our monthly drawing. We hope you each enjoy your prizes!
Robert Herel, Director of Social Work, recently gave a talk about “Is alzheimer’s inevitable as we age?” at the Willoughby Senior Center in Fort Greene. He addressed warning signs, prevention and treatment to a group of lively seniors.
The Hannah Senesh Community Day School joined us to celebrate Purim in costumes and sang songs for the residents.
During our “Celebrate Women’s History Month” program, we paid tribute to 6 outstanding women including Florence Nightingale, Harriett Tubman, Sonia Sotomayor, Rosa Parks, Nina Simone and Michelle Obama.
BloomAgain Brooklyn teamed up with our residents and wonderful volunteers for a flower arrangement workshop. There is nothing like fresh flowers to feel like spring has finally arrived! Details about the workshop were featured in the local blog, Pardon Me for Asking. To read more, visit http://pardonmeforasking.blogspot.com/2016/03/bloomagainbklyn-neighborhood.html.
After watering and taking care of their plants, the residents used their “green thumbs” to make St.Patrick’s Day wreaths.
Four lucky residents were selected during our February prize drawing. Visitors filled out cards on the resident’s behalf and their names were randomly picked from the visitor card bowl. Each winner got to choose from a menu of four prizes. Congratulations to all the winners and enjoy your prizes!
Lifecarelinks, our quarterly newsletter, shares facility updates, spotlights our volunteers, patients and staff, and keeps our community informed about all the happenings here at CHHC. To read more, click Cobble Hill Health Center 1st Quarter Newsletter.
The children from the Hanah Senesh School delighted residents with a theatrical performance. Their liveliness, spirit and enthusiasm was contagious, leaving all the residents feeling cheerful for the rest of the day. Thank you to the students for sharing all their positive vibes!