Community Home Health & Hospice CNA, Amanda Grice, Chosen as Home Care Aide of the Year By the Home Care Association of Washington
LONGVIEW, Wash., May 9, 2019 – Community Home Health & Hospice is proud to announce that Amanda Grice, CNA, has been chose as Home Care Aide of the Year by the Home Care Association of Washington (HCAW). This statewide award recognizes a home care aide who is a complete standout in their field. Grice received the award in Bellevue, Washington, on May 2, 2019, at a ceremony hosted by HCAW.
Amanda Grice has been with Community Home Health & Hospice for more than six years. She has an Associate’s Degree in Science from Portland Community College. Grice has been one of the most consistent and dependable caregivers in Community’s home care department. A client said about her, “Mandy takes her work very seriously. She knows what needs to be done and takes good care of me. I view her almost as a member of the family… I hope I never lose her as my care giver.”
About Community Home Health & Hospice
Community Home Health & Hospice is an independent, community-based non-profit healthcare agency serving the healthcare needs of Washington and Oregon families since 1977. Their services include home care personal services, home health, home hospice, in-patient hospice care and bereavement services. Every day, they care for 775 patients throughout Clark, Cowlitz, and Wahkiakum Counties in Washington and Columbia County in Oregon. Community Home Health & Hospice’s mission is to bring peace of mind to patients and their families by providing compassionate, dignified, collaborative, and patient-focused home healthcare and hospice. They have received recognition for nine years as a HomeCare Elite top agency. For more information, visit www.chhh.org.
About the Home Care Association of Washington
HCAW is the most diverse In Home Services association in Washington State representing Home Health, Home Care, and Hospice providers; members also include affiliated healthcare professionals, providers, consultants, and vendors. In this era of health reform, partnerships within the healthcare community are essential. HCAW actively promotes partnership development within their membership and with external providers. HCAW provides advocacy, education, and support to members as they work together to achieve the triple aim of healthcare: improved quality, reduced cost, and improved health. For more information, visit www.hcaw.org.