Update from Julia Evans Starr, CCC President
As we ride out the very tail end of the latest wave of the pandemic, I once again wish to recognize and express deep appreciation to our dedicated staff at CCC. They have consistently come together with compassion, care and resilience to help support our clients who are primarily older adults and people with disabilities. With our partners, we have continued to create a safe space for our staff to interact with our clients and provide critical care management and transitional services. Our role became even more important with the wide-spread impact of the pandemic, starting with loss, social isolation, and stagnation. The effects of which are more pronounced and have more dire consequences for older adults and people with disabilities.
With covid positive rates low and Spring in the air, is it time to re-engage with our surroundings again? To move ever so cautiously toward more connectedness, more variety, more people, more movement. The answer is a resounding yes! We must prioritize and increasingly foster creative and safe ways to help older adults and people with disabilities re-emerge with their community lives and each other. Together, with your continued financial support, we can help them live in their homes, connect meaningfully with their communities and add more quality to their life. With so many asking for your support these days, we are most grateful that you continue to choose our clients and Connecticut Community Care.
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