MENU
component-ddb-728x90-v1-01-desktop

Pollard recognized nationally for work at Spring Arbor in Kinston

Stephanie Pollard with Randy Jackson

KINSTON, Lenoir County - Stephanie Pollard has been recognized for her work with Alzheimer's and Dementia residents at Spring Arbor in Kinston.

Pollard was one of six national winners for the Argentum Hero Award, which recognizes individuals who represent the highest levels of excellence, caring and dedication in senior living. She works with residents who suffer from Alzheimer's and other forms of Dementia. She was the only award winner from our state.

The Argentum Hero Award recognizes individuals who represent the highest levels of excellence, caring, and dedication in senior living. Recipients are honored by Argentum, the leading national trade association of the senior living industry.

Pollard is a Cottage Care Coordinator at Spring Arbor. She works closely with residents who suffer from Alzheimer's and other forms of dementia. Stephanie's compassion and commitment were key features of her nomination by Randy E. Jackson Sr., Area Director for HHHunt Senior Living. She's described as purposeful in getting to know each resident and treats them as individuals worthy of the utmost love and respect. She can tell you where each resident grew up, what their jobs were, the names of their children and spouses and what hobbies and interests made them happy.

Jackson noted in his nomination of Pollard that she "sees beauty in the darkness and pain of Dementia and Alzheimer's and she helps everyone around her to see it as well. She is one of a kind, wonderful and genuinely desires to improve the lives of those she serves."

close video ad
Unmutetoggle ad audio on off

Trending