We have felt a lot of different emotions during the challenges of 2020, but today, on New Years Eve, we are closing out this year feeling PRIDE. Pride for our beloved community who have risen up in response to the relentlessness of the pandemic and created a safe space full of comfort and shared responsibility to protect those most vulnerable. And pride for the many staff and residents who made the heroic choice to be vaccinated against COVID-19 today!
Listen guys, I know how difficult the rollout of the vaccine has been for many of ya. Not knowing its effects is nerve racking, I’m sure.
However, as a son of a lost mom to Covid; I want to thank ya for putting differences aside and sacrificing once more. You all put the resident’s above everything.
This journey you all of been on has been so difficult, heartbreaking, and heartwarming as well. God gave you all a challenge, and ya answered him so well.
May God continue to be with ya. Especially in the most difficult times.
Forever grateful to you all. Love ya, Ted.❤️💜
Thank you for all you do! It brings so much comfort to know that Janet is so well taken care of and loved on since we cannot be there!
So proud of our team! Looking forward to brighter days ahead!
We hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas full of joy and peace! At ECC Santa and Santa’s elf made a visit to spread some holiday cheer to our incredible residents. We have been moved this holiday season by the generosity of the Ennis community. Thank you to everyone that sent donations of gifts and took the time to write Christmas cards, it meant a lot to our residents and staff to feel this love and support ❤️. ... See MoreSee Less
So happy we found this facility for my mom. The staff have been wonderful. It does a heart good to have nurses that care about our family members and treat them as if they are family. I feel my mom is safe and well.