Trinity Village Employee Receives Congressional Briefing Scholarship
On April 26, Jolene Baratta, Medication Aide at Trinity Village, was selected to receive the 2017 Congressional Briefing Scholarship from the Nebraska Health Care Foundation (NHCF). The scholarship was presented to Baratta at the association’s Spring Convention in Kearney, Neb.
“Jolene is an asset to the Immanuel organization and especially to the residents of Trinity Village. She is a leader in driving change in our community and is an advocate for providing quality care for seniors.
Jolene is kind, caring, and attentive to the special needs of each resident and puts Immanuel’s mission and CHRIST promises into the care she provides on a daily basis. We are blessed to have her as part of our team!” said Christine de la Vega, Executive Director of Trinity Village.
“Nebraska is filled with people like Jolene Baratta who are providing quality care to nursing facility and assisted living community residents every day. It is our pleasure to reward Jolene in this way,” said Heath Boddy, President and CEO of NHCF.
NHCF was established in 1987 to help ensure there are an adequate number of trained professionals to care for residents of the state’s nursing facilities and assisted living communities. Each year, NHCF awards more than 40 scholarships. For more information, please visit nehca.org.
Trinity Village, an Immanuel community, is an independent and assisting living community serving more than 70 residents and their families in Papillion, Nebraska.