Case Study of a Recent Move-In
At 11 a.m. on a Tuesday morning, our Executive Director was called by a hospital Social Worker. The Social Worker had a patient ready to be discharged who did not meet the requirements for a skilled rehab setting, but who would not thrive at home. By noontime, the Executive Director was at the hospital to meet with the resident.
That afternoon, at 2 p.m., Executive Director had picked up the new resident at the hospital in one of our vans, stopped by his home to pick up items he needed for his stay, purchased some new reading glasses, and had taken the new resident out on errands.
By 4 p.m., the new resident was moved into a beautifully appointed apartment, complete with toiletries, towels, and all of the niceties that make a new space feel comfortable. During his stay, the resident regained his strength and his health improved dramatically as he received the services he needed to get back on his feet.