Acceptance, Unity & Inclusion!


Posted on January 12th, by Mark Winter in Caregivers, OUR Caregivers. No Comments

Acceptance, Unity & Inclusion!

I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.”  ~ Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

On Martin Luther King day, we honor a leader whose message of remaining resolute in the face of adversity continues to guide us in building a more equal, compassionate world. We must continue to honor his legacy by fighting injustice in all its forms. At Hired Hands Homecare, we are so very honored to have the pleasure to work side by side with such an amazing, diverse workforce. Acceptance, unity, and inclusion must become more common place in today’s society. Thank you for your role in that effort. Together, we can move mountains.

In celebration of the great Dr. King, our offices will be closed on Monday, Jan. 15, 2024.  Even though our offices are closed on Monday, our On-call Coordinator can be reached for any staffing emergency at 707-799-3200.

Respectfully,
The Hired Hands Homecare Team





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