CLEVELAND, May 12, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Social workers give so much to our communities
The award includes a $500 cash prize for the winner and $500 to the charity of his or her choice. It also includes a breakfast in the winner's honor. The award will be given to the nominee who "does more" to improve lives through their work and beyond. Judges will consider the candidate's professional accomplishments, patient advocacy efforts and contributions to the community.
All nominees must be full-time social workers with a minimum of a bachelor's degree who work primarily with chronically ill patients and are employed in the Cuyahoga, Lorain, Lake and Geauga county region. Judging will be based on a 2-page narrative and up to five letters of support. The application is available at www.CrossroadsHospice.com/SWClev. All entries must be received by July 15.
"Social workers are the unsung heroes we depend on every day. They go out of their way to connect the ill to resources, counsel their families and give them the special time and attention they need," said Stacie Beck, Executive Director of Crossroads Hospice in Valley View. "They do difficult work without seeking recognition, but we believe they deserve to be thanked and honored."
Crossroads Hospice is committed to being at the forefront of the hospice care industry, to continually shape the way end-of-life care is viewed and administered. The mission of Crossroads Hospice is to provide highly unique, comprehensive, and compassionate hospice services to persons experiencing a life-limiting illness and to their caregivers.
SOURCE Crossroads Hospice
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