Dear Nightingales....

Written on 28/11/2011, 21:17 by alisonemery
Thank all your staff for the excellent care you gave Mum whilst I was on holiday. She herself was very happy to see the girls. It was a marvelous response from Mum as she really didn’t like the carer’s she had from another agency last year. So, please thank all the girls.Regards, Sue

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