Alliance, NE: Promoting Relationships of Memories (P.R.O.M.)

It is always remarkable when you witness the interaction between young and old; the greater the difference in age the more remarkable it becomes. During this PROM season, Highland Park again invited our high school party goers to make a quick stop in our building on their way to the dance. This year’s attendance was record breaking with 68 students (there’s about 110 in the 2018 graduating class) coming by for a complimentary photo shoot and a chance to soak in some oohs and aahs as they showcased their stunningly coordinated outfits for our resident family. These kids are the same ones we grow up with, coach in soccer, become friends with your own children and some even learn to appreciate the atmosphere of a long-term care facility and gain employment here – these are the ones you hardly recognize because their hair isn’t pulled up and they aren’t wearing scrubs.

Quality Reputation-We will be known for promoting relationships of trust, confidence and loyalty through the quality of our services,the honesty of our people and involvement in our community.

Submitted by Brian Stephenson, Maintenance Supervisor

Highland Park Care Center, Alliance, NE