Arbor's own Aggie took it upon herself to make 100 face masks long before this became a “thing” on social media platforms!
COTA and seamstress extraordinaire, Aggie felt frustrated and alarmed by the limited supply of facemasks generally available due to the coronavirus outbreak. This was on Friday March 20th, before emergency supplies of personal protective equipment were released and social media was just hearing the cry for more supplies. She set out to make, and completed 100 face masks from material she had previously bought to make a sun tent. If you look closely, you will see Dory from Nemo on the fabric, Aggie said while in the middle of the project she told herslef to just “keep swimming!” When asked about this momentous undertaking, she said ” I am choosing to be proactive instead of panicking”. Aggie's take action rsponse has helped Northfield Village keep residents and staff safe! Author Roy T. Bennett is creditied with saying “A random act of kindness, no matter how small, can make a tremendous impact on someone else's life”. Arbor is proud to have Aggie on our team, she has made a tremendous impact on countless lives! Thank you Aggie!
Arbor Rehabilitation is requiring all employees to follow each facility's and home health agency's regulations regarding COVID 19.