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Together we can make a difference

Residents Helping Residents and the community too:

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When approached by Anne Carl, Sewing Room Coordinator and Hillcrest resident, to make face coverings for Kaiser Hospital, Linda Hart, Hillcrest resident, gladly said yes and joined a group of 20 volunteers.  When the Kaiser order was complete Linda suggested making face coverings for Hillcrest residents and staff.  The team of 20, using donated fabric from the sewing room, went on to make 1,000 face coverings and this was only the first batch! 

There's a fundamental truth that gives us hope - that together we can do extraordinary things.

Our Front-line workers are here to keep us thriving:

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Despite the recent challenges, our mission hasn't changed. All Hillcrest associates, from our Groundskeepers, Maintenance Staff, Dining Services Personnel, the Resident Life and Wellness Team, to our Nurses and our Chaplain, continue to diligently and lovingly provide the services needed to keep our residents safe and thriving.  

A Day in the Life of a Hillcrest Healthcare Worker is both Challenging and Rewarding

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Each and every day our dedicated Healthcare professionals work tirelessly and selflessly to ensure that our residents receive the care they need, all while doing their best to protect them from COVID-19 infection. 

Providing this care safely requires an enormous amount of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE).  

This is how you can help. Gifts made to the COVID-19 Relief Fund help provide the necessary PPE that is used daily to protect Hillcrest residents and associates from infection.   

Hillcrest is working tirelessly to protect our residents and associates from exposure to the Coronavirus during the COVID-19 pandemic.  But we need your help!

By Giving to the COVID-19 Relief Fund, You Help:

  • Protect staff and residents from infection by providing facemasks, gowns, gloves and other personal protective equipment to front line staff 
  • Enhance activity programs and technology to help fight the feeling of isolation among residents
  • Maintain increased environmental services for disinfection of high touch areas
  • Provide additional protective modifications at Woods
  • Provide additional support and training for front line staff

Hillcrest is at the front line of protecting our residents and in spite of a downward economy and budget reductions, we will continue to provide the high standard of service, care, and programming that defines Hillcrest. This fund is helping with the unexpected costs associated with mitigating exposure of our residents and associates to COVID-19.