The Sunshine Awards began in 1985 as a way for WEAU viewers to publicly thank others for acts of kindness and good deeds. Our devoted staff works tireless hours without even looking for a thank you.
They all have hearts of gold that are willing to help in a moment’s notice. The staff looks at all of the residents as their parent or grandparent.
The management team of Woodstone expresses our sincere gratitude and thanks to the staff for all of their hard work and dedication to their Woodstone Family, without each and every one of you the residents would be lost and wouldn’t have someone to help them meet their daily needs!
We asked a few of our staff to why they love working here?
Lauren, a care provider in in our memory care community said “The residents make sure to keep my life full of positive energy”.
Another care provider, Morgan K. states: “I love working at Woodstone because I find it rewarding, it puts a smile on my face, and even when I’m having a bad day the residents can make my day so much better.”
Cassie T., says “I love working at Woodstone because the residents I work for have me leaving every day with a smile whether it’s because I got a hug or a smile while telling them goodbye for the day or a coworker helping me with a task that needs to be done before going home. The residents and staff are my reasons for loving this job.”
Jen K. says “I worked retail my entire life so this was a huge change for me, I love working with theses residents they are an amazing group of people.”
What does this job mean to you?
“The job means everything to me, it is a very important job and I put everything into it. When I’m on the clock the residents deserve my full and undivided attention, when I am working and that is what I do when I work.” Morgan stated.
“My job has a purpose and it’s to make sure the residents are taken care of and knowing that they are healthy and happy makes me happy.” Lauren says.
“I was really struggling with where I wanted to work after my last job this has been such a rewarding job to have, heartbreaking at times but still very meaningful.” Jen says
“This job means a lot to me. I love knowing every day that I come in to work that I am making a positive difference in my resident’s life.” Cassie
What does this award meant to you?
“I’m so honored to know people appreciate the hard work that the memory care staff deals with every day.” From Lead Care Manager Lauren.
Care Provider Morgan states, “this award makes me feel really good that I can help make someone happy and cheer someone up. It is very important to leave your problems at the door and put a smile on your face to cheer people up and make them happy.”
Care Provider Cassie says “This award means a lot to me. It show appreciation for what we do
every day. It shows that people really do appreciate what we do and how hard we all work. It’s
good knowing how much people trust us to care for their loved ones.”
Care Provider Jen says, “Very grateful to the families of the residents”
What do the residents mean to you?
“The residents mean so much to me and that’s why I do this job. They come first and they
make the job rewarding. The stories they tell and the smiles they can put on my face even in
the frustrating moments is the most important part of the job for me. The residents is why I
enjoy this job so much!!” Morgan.
“We are a big family, they fill a huge spot in my heart!!” Lauren.
“All of them are special in their own way, I love working with all of them they have become a
very important part of my life” Jen
“The residents mean so much to me each and every one of them are like a part of my family.
While working with the same people every day and getting to know them on such a close,
personal level they become a part of your life.” Cassie
Woodstone Senior Living is grateful for all the love and support we receive from our residents
families and support groups. We all do our jobs to make sure your family member’s needs are
met every day!!
Woodstone Senior Living where lasting memories are made every day!!