Created on Friday, October 08, 2021 07:58
Patients and health professionals at Unimed General Hospital (HGU), Unimed Ponta Grossa, were surprised last week by the actions of students aged 6-10 at Colégio Marista.
Letters – In the form of letters, the children showed affection and support to the patients in the hospital in the long term. The messages were also received by Covid Ward specialists as a way of expressing thanks and appreciation for their work on the front lines.
Sensitivity and humanity – According to Lucien Zanetti, the hospital’s director of care, the initiative had an impact on her sensitivity and humanity. “We have seen this gesture as an expression of great sympathy and love for others recognized by patients and professionals through passion. We are very grateful to the Marist School and to those involved in this work, for bringing encouragement with words and drawings. We recognize that this also contributes significantly to the human development of students. ‘, he confirms.
feelings – Nurse Paloma de Oliveira Batista Costa who works in the Covid ICU notes that working in Covid units during the pandemic created a mix of different emotions, especially because it was an emotionally demanding job from professionals.
Affection and hope – “We work with care of others and with the hope that it will all come to an end. It’s a tiring routine, but our hearts and energy rejuvenate with every euphoria. When we receive the students’ honors, we feel like heroes. I felt so proud to be a part of this story, it is a great pleasure to be Acknowledging us and seeing that everyone is watching our work. Together, we can make a difference in many families, and care about someone’s love as if it were our own,” he says. (Unimed Ponta Grossa Press)
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