Don, Louise Warner: One Source Empowering Caregivers a huge blessing |

Don, Louise Warner: One Source Empowering Caregivers a huge blessing

In August, it became apparent as seniors that we needed help. I was in desperate need for someone to drive me to an eye doctor appointment, as my husband no longer drives.

Donna Raibley and her new volunteer organization, One Source Empowering Caregivers, came through for us in a big way. I was not sure how I was going to make this appointment for my eye injection as we do not have family nearby to help.

She was on time picking us up at our home. When the one hour appointment was over we gave her a call and she was there within five minutes to drive us home. Laura was very kind and we were treated with respect. Both my husband and I have never experienced such compassion from complete strangers.

We would highly recommend all seniors living in Nevada County needing help to give them a call. Thank you again for caring.

Don and Louise Warner

Nevada City

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