How sweet is this?
This poor woman’s husband had been diagnosed with early-onset Alzheimer’s and with COVID-19 raging at the moment, the home isn’t allowing any outside visitors in order to keep their residents safe. That wasn’t going to work for Mary Daniel who decided to ask about her options. Mary asked if she could volunteer her time at the home and they turned her down. She then asked if they had any openings and they said, yeah, but you’ll have to wash dishes. “I’ll take it!”, she said.
Having Mary around has really boosted Steve’s mood. Although he can’t communicate verbally, he smiles more now knowing that his wife is close by. For the full story, click here.
When Mary Daniel couldn’t see her husband, who has early onset Alzheimer’s, at his facility because of the pandemic, she did the next best thing: got a job there as a dishwasher. She inspired me greatly today and was willing to share her experience. https://t.co/DyXqUoVZus
— Megan Johnson (@megansarahj) July 12, 2020