Each person who works at Elder Care Alliance (“ECA”) helps to create communities where people are empowered and engaged, providing environments that foster independence and joy. Advanced graphic design students from the TBD* in-house design studio at California College of the Arts created a Celebrating Elder Caregivers campaign. The student project helps celebrate and honor ECA team members through an online platform that shares their stories. Here, Executive Director Matthew Hathway talks about the positive impact Sarah Nili has on AlmaVia of Camarillo (“AVC”) residents.
AlmaVia of Camarillo is grateful for nurse Sarah Nili. Sarah has been with AVC for a little over a year and makes a huge, positive impact on our residents every single day. She works tirelessly to ensure they are doing well and that they receive the medical care and oversight they need.
Sarah chose working with elders because it gives her an opportunity – every day – to make people feel loved. She enjoys the exchange of smiles and the stories, relishing the living history our residents express. She loves working at AVC because it feels like one big family. She says she can really feel the warmth of the community as you walk through the door and genuinely enjoys the company of her team members.
The future looks very bright for Sarah. She intends to go back to school to receive her Bachelor of Science degree in nursing and is hopeful to climb the ladder with ECA when the opportunity presents itself.