After only two months on the job as an hourly Personal Care Assistant with Assisted Living Services, Inc. (ALS),Valrie Fraser of Bridgeport was recognized with the homecare agency’s most prestigious distinction. Fraser was presented with the $5,000 Platinum Caregiver Award for the month of May at the Easton home of client Irving Fleischer on June 13, 2019.
“We have outstanding employees who have been with us for over two decades, and we have exceptional team members like Valrie who have only been with us since March,” said Mario D’Aquila, MBA and Chief Operating Officer of ALS in Meriden. “This bonus is attainable for any employee who provides excellent care regardless of how long they have been with us. We love to surprise and reward them for their dedicated service.”
Fraser received a stellar review from Fleischer’s daughter, Janis Bufferd of Easton, Connecticut, who is extremely appreciative of the care provided to her father.
In addition to a check for $5,000, the monthly Platinum Caregiver Award includes a beautiful crystal statue and a certificate of merit.
Since 1996, award-winning home care agency Assisted Living Services, Inc. in Meriden, Clinton and Fairfield has provided quality care to residents across Connecticut. Their unique CarePlus program blends personal care with technological safety and monitoring devices from sister company Assisted Living Technologies, Inc.
Learn more by visiting www.assistedlivingct.com or calling 203.634.8668.
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