Merry Christmas And Happy New Year 2022
Christmas is for many people about gifts. But what did the last years teach us is that the material gifts don't really matter. What does? The smile, joy, health and happiness. And that's what we decided to give to seniors instead of anything else.
Our Gift? Joy, Happiness And Laugh
This year we decided not to give anything material to our customers, users or partners. Instead, we chose to give you a good feeling and warm hearth from doing something meaningful. That's why we conncected with the foundation Ježíškova vnoučata (this foundation fulfilles the wishes of seniors at carehomes) and chose to fulfill a wish of Mrs. Anežka. She wanted to hear a real Czech Brass Band for at least one more time. So, together with a band Blučiňáci we went all the way to Domov pro seniory Jevišovice and 23th of December 2021 we played especially for her. And it was amazing. All the seniors living at this carehome enjoyed the music. Danced, sang, laughed. And that's what the Christmas should be about. Helping people just because we can. Thank you everyone for making this wish come true and also we hope you, our customers and partners, will be happy from this gift to Mrs. Anežka we gave her together.
Merry Christmas to everyone!
We are ready for some turkey roast and sweet potatoes. Do you have an elderly loved one in your life who will be spending this Thanksgiving alone? Let’s take a look at how you can make this special holiday meaningful for them again.
As Christmas Day is approaching, we are all in a hurry buying and wrapping gifts, decorating the house, and planning our holiday meal. Let’s pause for a second and devote a little time to our elderly clients and relatives.
In recent years, virtually all health care facilities and care organizations faced unprecedented challenges. Limiting the spread of the novel coronavirus while continuing to deliver quality care to patients was no easy feat. On top of this, the health care industry struggled with ongoing labor shortages. Organizations with limited staff grow increasingly concerned about meeting patients' needs as time passes and the holiday season comes closer. How can care organizations with limited staff ensure patients receive quality care, especially during the holiday season?