The Daily Messager (Canandaigua, NY) 27 Aug 1954, p. 4 Psychiactric Aid Certification for Loyal A Allen Jr. and Sr.

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 - 69 Aides Complete Course, Receive Certificates...
69 Aides Complete Course, Receive Certificates At VA Hospital Here Sixty-nine phychiatric aides received received their certificates for successfully successfully completing their 73-hour training course at the Canandaigua VA Hospital Monday. This course is set up by the Vel- erans Administration so lhat aides serving the hospitalized . veterans will have the knowledge^ and e.\Canandaigua to properly understand care for psychiatric patients. It Wa- h f - is part of the overall program of providing the veterans with "Mecl- cal Care Second to None." The training course is given under the «c- direction of Dr. Daniel Davis, chief of professional services at the lios- F. They B. announce warrants con- prohn- pital. The instructors, Roger J. Guile and Harry J. Geiger, who are under the supervision of Miss Mildred Mildred Wright, supervisor of nursing education, leach the aides the latest latest methods in the care of psychiatric psychiatric patients. Key members of Ibe hospital slatf present lectures on different phases ot the hospital programs. These lectures show the leum approach approach of the hospital with all personnel personnel ami programs working for the good of the patient. It allows the aide to see himself as a mosl important member of the team. Dr. L. V. Lopez, manager of the hospital, lauded Uie graduates on their fine wort; and emphasized that il was not a graduation hut a commencement. "Learning is a process that should never stop," he said. Tile following aides received their certificates: Roy Alford, Loyal Loyal A. Allen, Jr., Loyal A. Alien, Sr., Mrs. Irene Atwood, Frank S. Baldwin. Baldwin. William Bergman, Mrs. Mary E. Besaw, Miss -Mary H. Birgo, Mrs. Ellen Borden, Mrs. Isabel Brinkerhoff, Brinkerhoff, Mrs, Virginia A. Carroll, Mrs. M. Janet Collins, Richard S. Cooley, Cooley, Ernest C. Craig, Jr., Mrs. Evelyn Evelyn Grouse, William L. Grouse, Jr., li's ji rs . Grace B. Dean, Stanley J. south of Ro?!v- no power tet in amendment Japanese Dennie, Nicholas DiMarla, Udward C. Dreher, Alphonsus P. Driscoll, Harold Dubler, Mrs. Marjorie Dykeman, Dykeman, Donald A. Eagley, Mrs. Sov- oia Elliott, Murton M. Fitzgerald, Mrs. Lelia W. Freeman, Henry G. Gelder, Mrs. Ruth M. Gibbs, Berte! Hadsell, Thomas H a m e 1 i n c k, Charles D, Herritt, Gordon W. Hughes, William Hurlburt. Victor E. Inslee, Mrs. Cleo B. Jones, John D. Jones, Mrs. Martha Jones. ^Irs. Marjorie Ketcham, Mrs. Berith R. Kirker, Aeneas Lancer, Michael A. LeGretl, Mrs. Marie J. Lemmens, William Lucas. Mrs. Alice C, Paul McGuane, Mrs. Ruth L. Miles, John Misleany, John C. Mitchell, Stuart A. - Montanye, Elbert E. Moore, Leon Moore, Anthony Musolino Musolino Benjamin North, George W. Piehl, Henry J. Pritchard, Frank Ricci, Frederick C. Rickards, Louis Robinson, Mrs. N,orma Rogers, Clyde J. Rolsin, Ernest E. Ruffle, C. Lewis Schweitzer, Walter Scott, Jr., Mrs. Grace Smith, Earl Stub- hlcbine, Charles D. Vandy, Renalo Ventura and Wilhelmina G. Wright. Dr. Lopez also announced the presentation of Incentive Awards for outstanding contributions to Thomas Burns and Paul -Daniels, Jr. of the hospital staff. Mr. Burns is a charge aide and made his Irilmlion in the field of patient care. Mr. Daniels is an exercist therapist and made hi3 contribution contribution in the field of patient safety. The cash awards were presented a part of the Veterans Administra- lion program of improvement through participation by employees in a complete suggestion program. At (lie same ceremony, Dr. presented service pins to 74 employees employees of t h e hospital. Dr. in presenting the pins and letters of commendation, said Dial these individuals, by their service and e f f o r t , showed their desire the disabled veterans. It lakes more iiian just a desire to earn money to keep a person faithful a program for a period of time great as represented.by the pins.i. Thirly-year pins were presented to Jean A. Black, Mae D. Hughes, Joseph II. Ladoucer, Peter V. Montvillc, and Blanche Y. Pernot. Those receiving 20-year pins were Elizabeth F. Claudius, Royce E. Nolan, Samuel Kay, Tony An- yelin:. A n t h o n y Maina, N. Coash. Ten-year pins were presented to Robert Wellward, DDS, Nellie Austin, -Marguerite A. Bergsma, Rupert S. Davis, George Frankenstein, Frankenstein, Mary Furfura, Lester II Hampton, Abort M. Hicks, Robert R. Ingram. Bertha L. Lander, William Lucas, Donald E. McCallum Harriet C. Mclsa'ac, Anthony N Minute, Ruthmary Masher, Melvin W. Nessinger, Stewart J. North Laurclda F. Ottley, Lewis 11. Radley, Francis H. Reiff, LaRue M Sanders, Gerald A. Sauerwine

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