Latoya Connolly and Angel Yohoulamang are #HomeCareHeroes. Read their story.
LATOYA CONNOLLY & ANGEL YOHOULAMANGA
Latoya Connolly (left) and Angel Yohoulamang (right), Home Health Aides at Westchester Care at Home, immediately jumped to the front of the line to be fit tested for an N-95 mask and be trained with PPE to care for a client in a facility who was COVID-19.
They went above and beyond, especially during the beginning of the pandemic when much was still unknown about COVID-19 and how to prevent or treat it.
Westchester Care At Home thanks Latoya and Angel for their bravery, dedication to their profession, and willingness to help during a time of crisis.
They are among a team of aides who bravely, and without question, volunteered to work with COVID-19 positive patients during the pandemic. They stepped up to the plate during a time of great fear and uncertainty to help patients in their community suffering and recovering from COVID-19.
To be as prepared as possible for their COVID-19 assignments, they underwent hours of extensive additional infection control training.
They performed their duties in full PPE attire in order to protect their patients and themselves. And despite the extreme conditions, they consistently delivered the level of comfort, care and compassion that has always defined Westchester Care at Home.
Please join us in celebrating the commitment made and dedication shown by these brave caregivers.
They both deserve recognition a big THANK YOU for their service.