HAWTHORNE, NJ - Van Dyk Park Place serves their assisted living residents, including those suffering from dementia, thanks to the efforts of their staff and the families which support them. At a time of crisis, healthcare workers are serving on the front line of the pandemic in a number of capacities, providing care and comfort every day.
For those residents who would like to say thank you, Van Dyk's has put out a call for volunteers to make signs to express their well wishes. Their vision is to line the approach to the facility with messages of appreciation.
"Van Dyk Park Place is calling for volunteers to make yard signs to stick in the ground along both sides of 644 Goffle Road, for our staff to see as they arrive at the community," Jaime Cerritelli, Director of Marketing & Community Relations, told TAPinto Hawthorne.
For those at home looking for a project, or those with children at home looking for a way to encourage and cheer on local healthcare workers, a home-made sign would do the trick. "Signs can be dropped out by our front door at 644 Goffle Road or they can put them directly in the ground on our driveway or on Goffle Road." Cerritelli said anyone with questions could e-mail her at email@example.com
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