Kinsmen Foundation finances walk-in whirlpool

EDAM — The Edam Enriched Manor recently received an organizational grant from the Kinsmen Foundation to purchase and install a walk-in whirlpool tub at their facility in Edam. 

“The goal of the Kinsmen Foundation is to have a direct, positive affect on each recipient’s quality of life,” said board president Carol Poole. 

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“We are so grateful they recognized that we strive for this as well.”

The Edam Enriched Manor is a modern retirement community for those 55 and older that opened in 2014. Each of the suites is equipped with a large walk-in shower, “but we saw the need for a walk-in tub as well,” Nancy Cote, EEM manager stated.

“It is being used regularly by our home care subscribing residents and other residents who want the therapeutic benefits or are just in a spa mood. We send a heartfelt thank you to the Kinsmen Foundation for making this possible.”

 

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