Photo: Seabury Care Management client, Maureen enjoying a home delivered meal. Maureen has been taking care of her husband John with skill and devotion for years. When Maureen is tending to her own and her husband’s needs, preparing a creative, complete meal is often not possible. One pleasure they still are able enjoy is a good restaurant meal, either in their favorite spots or take out at home. COVID-19 put an immediate end to their normal dining routine. The Pandemic creat
Photo: Beckyanne Theriot, founder and owner of AFCM Services LLC Beckyanne Theriot is founder and owner of AFCM Services LLC (formerly known as A First-Class Move) and a leader in the longevity field for a dozen years. She is known for the kindness and caring she brings to all interactions with older adults and their family members.
AFCM is routinely called upon to downsize large homes and find use for items that are no longer needed. Beckyanne, aware of the efforts of Nan
Carla Rawlings, Seabury Care Manager Carla Rawlings was working hard to obtain essential supplies for Seabury Care Management clients. We know the images of the empty shelves with no toilet paper, paper towels and other necessities. Through ingenuity and perseverance, Carla was able to secure a limited supply of the sought after paper goods. Carla’s Seabury teammate Nancy and her husband, sewing face masks had produced enough inventory for Carla’s clients and others at ris
Early on in the pandemic when a resident tested positive for COVID-19, Seabury Home First® Operations Manager, Le’Shea Fuller, and Caregiver, Maxine Hanson, decided to live at work to care for that resident as well as the other residents of Seabury’s Home First® program. Maxine cared for the ill resident while Le’Shea cared for the other residents - to lessen the likelihood that others would become infected.
For 14 days Maxine and Le’Shea cooked meals, monitored medications
Mike (pseudonym) is uncomfortable with technology and does not like speaking on, nor using a telephone. He is an independent retirement living community resident, but remains socially withdrawn and isolated. Mike has a Guardian to manage his affairs, but no family involvement. Martha Gaston, his Seabury Care Manager is only able to communicate with Mike by making in person visits to his apartment.
With the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Mike’s senior living community re