Staff Highlight – Barb Blue Barb Blue has worked for the Day Break program since February of 1995 – 23 years! Barb started as a fill-in person, working as needed. When a regular position became available, she moved into that job. Around 2000, the job of Day Break Director opened.
I was diagnosed with lymphedma in July of 2005. I continued to work, but in September of 2008 I became very ill and almost died. I was forced to retire early because of my chronic health problems. I struggled. I was introduced to the Sheridan Senior Center's Home Delivered Meals
My mom, Martha McKenzie, went to Day Break (the Adult Day Care Program at the Hub on Smith) for the last year of her life. She enjoyed going there so much. My mom was not a very outgoing person. Prior to living with my sister for seven months, and living
My father, at age 96, has always reminded me of John Wayne. Stoic and always there with a great icebreaker. My father is also my friend, and it's hard to watch him become vulnerable. We started to realize that dad needed more assistance and someone to help him, but not