Dial-a-Nurse has been in the community for over 40 years serving our friends and neighbors. As part of our commitment to support our community, we feel it is very important to share information related to various important causes, such as we have highlighted below this month. It is our hope that by sharing this valuable information, education and support we can improve the quality of life for as many families as we can.
What will be your legacy
August was WHAT WILL BE YOUR LEGACY? month. It was intended to be a time for us to reflect on our past and present actions and vow to make positive changes that will affect the future and be the legacy we leave behind.
The suggestions for making the most of this concept are numerous. Everything from thanking those who have made a difference in your life to “Playing The Legacy Game” and having everyone in your group tell how they would like to be remembered and what they can do to make this happen.
“What Will Be Your Legacy”. To promote this initiative, we invite you to write down a statement of what legacy you would like to leave behind. We hope that this invitation will prompt you to reflect inward to find the answer.
Once you have identified your legacy you have essentially locked this target into your life. You can begin to be very intentional with your actions. Finding what legacy, you would like to leave is important for this very reason. You can begin to be intentional with your actions and effectively prepare and protect the legacy you are leaving.
If you or an aging loved one are considering Homecare Services in Fort Myers FL, call the caring staff at Dial-a-Nurse today. Naples: (239) 307-0033. Ft. Myers: (239) 307-0065.
In 1995 he became Administrator of Dial-a-Nurse nursing agency, the oldest nursing agency in the Southwest Florida succeeding his mother who started the company 37 years ago. He is also President of Nevco, Inc., an educational healthcare training company begun in 1988.
Mr. Wolfendale has worked with the U.S. Department of Commerce on various Missions to improve the quality of life around the world by development of supportive healthcare programs. In 2005 he traveled with U.S. officials and addressed the Italian National Government assisting in the creation of Nurse Education mandates for that Country. In 2006 he was invited and spoke with the National Institutes of Continuing Education in Eastern Europe on healthcare education and developmental mandates, and most recently represented the United States at the European Union in Lake Balaton, Hungary in 2011. In 2014 he traveled with the U.S. Department of State to Singapore, Malaysia and Vietnam in an effort to improve caregiver knowledge and training.
Mr. Wolfendale has worked with a number of non-profits in contributing and creating curriculum to improve the quality of life in third-world countries since 2001, and notably created a successful program in Odessa, India that has been modeled in other areas of the world. In his backyard, he has worked with local Goodwill Industries to provide curriculum and training to underserved individuals who have obtained employment as a result of educational training. He was the Congressional appointment to the Governor's purple ribbon task force in 2013, and has worked to educate caregivers in all aspects of Alzheimer's training.
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