ElderONE participants turn a good deed by GE Healthcare into magic for RGH pediatric patients

November 19, 2013

Participants of ElderONE, an affiliate of Rochester General Health System, that helps frail seniors stay in their own homes and avoid nursing-home living, have been busy building Teddy Bears at the ElderONE Day Center on Hudson Avenue in Irondequoit.
 
With generous financial support of GE Healthcare, the ElderONE participants had all the makings for 25 Teddy Bears, which when completed, will be donated to pediatric patients at Rochester General Hospital.
 
Thanks to GE Healthcare and to our ElderONE creators!

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