LaRhonda Brooks (second from left), the owner of Daya Home Care in Murfreesboro, and her son Tyree Brooks (fourth from left) help The Lantern at Morning Pointe Alzheimer’s Center of Excellence, Franklin (TN) residents Florence Hanewinkel, Paulette Cole, Wanda Boyce, Janet Melsa, Adelia Coker, Camille Taylor, Ann Harman, and Martha Vowell get in touch with their creative sides by making sensory bags. “We are so grateful to have LaRhonda as the most recent volunteer to join our team,” says Ashley Briggs, the executive director at the memory care community. “Her passion for senior care inspired her to start her own senior home care business and give back to the community, and she will use her clinical background to create a monthly program catered specifically to the needs of our residents. We are looking forward to working with her!”
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