Fairview receives donation of adaptive equipment from Pfizer, Inc.
GROTON –Fairview, Odd Fellows Home of Connecticut received a generous donation of adaptive equipment from Pfizer. On Tuesday, March 3rd, Pfizer presented Fairview with a supply of the following; key turners, button hooks, zipper pulls, bag carriers with grips, vegetable peeler, cheese graders, foil pack pill openers and prescription bottle openers. These will be available to independent living residents of Fairview, as well as those who are at Fairview for long term care. Additionally these items will be available for those at Fairview for short term rehabilitation and will assist these individuals with maintaining their independence as they go back home. “Fairview has enjoyed a tradition of caring since 1892. We appreciate the generosity and kindness of Pfizer in helping our residents enjoy their best lives.” Said Billy Nelson, Executive Director for Fairview.
Fairview is a gem among skilled nursing facilities and providers of senior housing. It is the only non-profit skilled nursing facility and continuum of care community in the region. Beyond achieving consistently high ratings in clinical outcomes, the organization employs talented staff members who go above and beyond to provide our patients and residents with the highest quality of care. Call for more information 860-445-3235.
About Fairview:Founded in 1892, Fairview is a non-profit, well-respected community that embraces a well-planned lifestyle. Located on 70 pristine acres along the Thames River in Groton, CT, Fairview has a mission of providing compassionate care and security for generations of individuals. For more information visit FairviewCT.org