Aug 6 Care Mission

Keep Calm and Care On!

This week, let's reflect on all the good we've done together. Then, keep on caring and sharing.

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The Facts: Congratulations! You’re a part of a growing movement of people that are dedicated to helping seniors. There are over 1,450 Ready to Care members, and we’re growing! Together, we’ve completed nearly 1,000 care missions, and continue making a difference every day.

This news is exciting, but we need you to keep calm and care on! This week, look for unique opportunities to help seniors during your day and step up to carry out an act of kindness.

You can also connect with us on Facebook or Instagram, and use the hashtag #ReadyToCare to share your care mission experience.

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Community Comments

  1. Renae

    1 Mission Completed

    3

    I prepared and delivered a home cooked meal of fresh gardens vegetable for a elderly lady that just returned home from physical rehab and a long stay at the hospital.

  2. Phyllis

    3 Missions Completed

    1

    Volunteer to take Blood pressure. Encouraged them to keep track and drink more water.

  3. Christine Marcum

    7 Missions Completed

    1

    I picked a flower and gave to an elderly lady and she thanked me and thanked me said it made her day to smell the sweet smell in her living room because she is legally blind.

  4. Evelyn Graham

    1 Mission Completed

    1

    Came back from holidays and my client missed me. We had an amazing morning. Talking .

  5. Evelyn Graham

    1 Mission Completed

    2

    Came back from holidays and my client missed me. We had an amazing morning. He had his breakfast and enjoyed. Talking .and he enjoyed his walk . I enjoy my work .

  6. Nancy Cooksey

    12 Missions Completed

    2

    I spent an hour with my brother today who recently had hip surgery! Attended the funeral of my mother’s last living cousin who was nearly 100 years old Saturday and attended a family reunion on my mother’s side yesterday and visited with a relative who can no longer speak because of two recent strokes! Very emotional!! 💞

  7. Robin

    6 Missions Completed

    2

    I love all people n I did few things this week. I took my garden yummies to a depressed gentelman
    I hugged two adorable babies
    N I sang n laughed with my soecal lady I also took her tomatoes
    I feel like all people should be included in the ready to care
    If you think about the big picture
    The babies are someone’s grand children the man I took birthday surprises to will be elderly soon.
    If we all did something daily fir anyone n everyone we would have a lot less lonely n depressed people
    God Bless
    Robin

  8. Connie

    0 Missions Completed

    1

    Recently I spent the afternoon visiting with an elderly, widowed, gentleman in my neighborhood who periodically stops by to check in with us. We became friends awhile back; he reminds me of my dad, and we typically have long conversations which I know pass some of the boredom he mentions he encounters in his day. After a nice visit, he offered to pick up a Papa Murphys pizza, brought it back to the house, and we cooked it up and ended the afternoon/evening with a dinner we both enjoyed.
    Giving time and attention to someone in need of companionship brings much joy indeed!
    We are all going to walk the path of aging, if we’re lucky; I certainly hope I run into folks spreading kindness and care when I get to that part of my life’s journey!
    Hugs,
    Connie

  9. Karol

    10 Missions Completed

    1

    While on vacation I sent my clients a post card. The week of having a senior drink more I had my clients drink water while I was with them and I also left a cup with water for them to drink after I left. On vacation I have held doors open for seniors.

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