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November 15, 2013

by Barb Byers

I sat down to write this and realized the holiday season is here! My grandson told me it is here because it is getting colder. I wished at the moment that life was that simple and easy to manage.


At Western Illinois Home Health Care, we look at the end of the year as a time for focus on family. A key component of our company culture is recognizing the value of our employees spending time with their families and trying our best to avoid big projects during the Holiday season. Another new government regulation that has to be implemented is the only roadblock that keeps us from that goal.


That being said, our clients’ needs often get greater during this time of year. Our staff selflessly finds part of their joy of the holiday season from meeting those needs and finding a solution that allows our clients to remain at home so they can spend the holidays with their loved ones.


I would like to share with you some of the pictures of our staff’s family taken at our spring appreciation luncheon. God bless you and your families at this special time of year.

 

Barb Byers, MS, RN  is the CEO/President for Western Illinois Home Health Care.

Dear Home Care Family,

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