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You are all rock stars.

You are all rock stars.

May-Aug 2021- 44 students in total Our students came at a difficult time. You were all tired from 3 waves of the pandemic. However you are all rock stars. Thank you for your mentorship. You are all kind, carers and love your residents The staff & students

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You’re my star

You’re my star

‘ I miss you dad, more than you know, But I look to you, above, for your strength, love + guidance. Thank you for ”freeing’ me- letting me fly- for being humble + a champion to me. You’re my star xoxo Always

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Hopeful for the future.

Hopeful for the future.

Grateful for such an amazing team of healthcare workers at Grove Park. Grateful that we made it through 3 waves of the pandemic without loss of life. Hopeful for the future.    

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Brought a cheery word to this quiet place.

Brought a cheery word to this quiet place.

My reflection…is about      who came to Grove Park Home to help with Anglican Church Services. Hope was a gentle caring person who always brought a cheery word to this quiet place. Gladys

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A celebration of life

A celebration of life

A celebration of life an opportunity to be thankful for those in our lives. To remember to practice our Beliefs- To feel humble with their presence Missing their companionship  

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I’m thankful for..

I’m thankful for..

Mom moved into GP in August 2020. We feel blessed that she is here and being cared for. We’ve been praying for her every night knowing that it was been a huge adjustment with moving into LTC and dealing with the loneliness and isolation brought on by

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Thank you to all!

Thank you to all!

The last year and a half have been difficult for everyone and for so many different reasons. LTC residents have been cut off from their families for so much of the time. We know that God blessed my mother-in-law with compassion from the staff when we could

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So many of them reminded me..

So many of them reminded me..

I started work at GPH in the middle of the pandemic. I haven’t know ‘normal’ life for the residents and staff. I have seen many residents pass away some with family, some without. Neither is easy, every time we lost a resident it created a larger and

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There has been good too.

There has been good too.

There have been lots of hardships for so many during this pandemic, but there has been good too. I have learned lots about myself and those around me. I have learned to live simpler & love harder! I have held those I love so much closer <3

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miss you papa

miss you papa

I’m sorry I wasn’t able to say goodbye or be there before you passed. I love you & miss you every day. <3 miss you papa <3

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