🌟 Celebrating National Rehabilitation Awareness Week with NWC!

National Rehabilitation Awareness Week is September 18-24. It’s a time to celebrate the incredible progress and achievements made by individuals who are on the path to recovery. At Neighbors Who Care, we are proud to be a part of this important journey by offering a helping hand to our aging neighbors who are recovering from surgery and hospitalization.

Rehabilitation possesses the transformative power to significantly impact the journey toward recovery, leading to remarkable improvements in patient outcomes, and ensuring that everyone has the opportunity to embrace life to the fullest.

Did you know that Neighbors Who Care is here to provide assistance during this crucial period of rehabilitation?

We understand that the road to recovery can sometimes be challenging, and having a strong support system can make all the difference.

Here are some of the ways Neighbors Who Care can lend a helping hand during the rehabilitation and recovery process:

🚗 Transportation: Getting to medical appointments or the store to pick up medications and groceries is essential for a smooth recovery. Our volunteers are ready to provide safe and reliable transportation so that you or your loved one can access necessary services and essential supplies.

🍲 Meal Delivery: Our volunteers can provide meal deliveries directly to your doorstep, guaranteeing that you or your loved one can maintain a well-balanced diet without risking setbacks or injuries often associated with meal preparation during recovery. ($8/meal)

👋 Friendly Visits: Loneliness and isolation can be common feelings during rehabilitation. Our volunteers are not just there to provide practical support; they are also eager to offer companionship and a friendly face, brightening your day with their presence.

📞 Daily Check-Ins: We understand that peace of mind is crucial for both the individuals in recovery and their families. Our volunteers can make daily calls to check in on your well-being, offering reassurance and a helping hand when needed.

At Neighbors Who Care, we believe that being a good neighbor means being there for one another, especially during challenging times. National Rehabilitation Awareness Week serves as a reminder of the importance of community and support in the journey to recovery.

If you or someone you know is going through the rehabilitation process, don’t hesitate to reach out to Neighbors Who Care. We are here to make the road to recovery smoother, providing not only assistance but also the compassion and care that every neighbor deserves.

Let’s celebrate National Rehabilitation Awareness Week by coming together as a community and supporting those in need. Together, we can make a positive difference in the lives of our aging neighbors as they recover and regain their strength and independence.

Have you used our services during a rehabilitation period? Can you help make it possible for us to keep our doors open so we can help others like we helped you? Would you consider a donation of $40 to provide a week of meals or $80 to give them 2 weeks of meals to help them recover?

Can you spare 1-2 hours a month to help? Volunteer today! If you can’t volunteer your time, would you consider making a donation to help a neighbor?


Learn more about National Rehabilitation Awareness Week.