Wedge Gardens cares for its caregivers

Valentine’s Day at Wedge Gardens treatment centre was all about showing the staff that they are cherished for the important work they do in combating substance abuse.

“Each staff members was responsible for decorating the office door of a colleague, with a draw being done to determine who decorated each door. The theme was obviously ‘love’ and the results were creative, colourful and uplifted everyone’s spirits,” says Adél Grobbelaar, the manager of Wedge Gardens.

Each staff member also received a breakfast pack in a bright red box, containing a yoghurt, single-serving packet of muesli, a coffee sachet and a chocolate.

“We used this opportunity to care for our caregivers and to show staff members how much they are valued,” says Adél.

A happy smile from receptionist Petunia Tshabalala.

Wearing red glasses and heart earrings is admin clerk Hlumela Anderson.

Nursing staff Lydia Maseko and Merios Maluleke.

Estelle Raath (Wedge Gardens deputy manager) and dextox staff Lydia Maseko and Merios Maluleke.

Love is in the air… cashier Rebecca Nkabi.

Hlumela Anderson with her breakfast pack.

Merios Maluleke and Margaret Phungola.

The creatively decorated Valentine’s doors.

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