Congratulations to the Queens’ Pond Carobell Team for achieving a “Zero Deficiency” Annual State Survey conducted on 6/17~6/18. In this world, compliance and providing high-quality services for members and staff are of utmost importance. Your hard work, level of commitment, and dedication stood out among the crowd, serving as an inspiration for all of us to strive for more and continue to excel.
The NCDOT Bike Helmet Initiative is an effort by the state to keep children safe when riding bicycles by distributing helmets to low-income families. Following an application process, Carobell was chosen by this program and given 50 bicycle helmets, with the directive to partner with the community to donate. Our Programming department teamed up with Sandridge Elementary School, furthering our commitment to community outreach.
Nursing is one of the most honorable professions, and simultaneously one of the hardest. No words can describe our gratitude for our nursing team. Every day, their priority is the care and health of our members, working tirelessly to ensure each is nurtured mind, body, and spirit.
CAROBELL 2023 BEACH RETREAT
After what has seemed like a very long hiatus, Carobell was excited to be able to bring back our Beach Retreat week this year! A welcome change of scenery often fosters new ideas and innovation, and renews the spirit to begin a new season and push for growth and change.
NATIONAL DEVELOPMENTAL DISABILITIES AWARENESS MONTH
Every day, our mission is to raise awareness for those with developmental disabilities, fostering individuality and independence. In
March, this mindset is nationally recognized with Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month.