Veteran Musician Stays Creative Through Care

Veteran Musician Stays Creative Through Care - Gratitude Story

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Samuel Hollomand fondly remembers his time with the National Guard and 272nd Army Band. He excitedly discusses his days of performing as a jazz musician.Sam Hollomand and his caregiver At 90 years old, despite facing numerous health conditions and intermittent need for rehabilitation, Samuel can still express his creativity through photography, music production, and technology. He credits his occupational therapist, Elizabeth Romero (pictured left), for helping him keep his creative ability.

“MedStar Health Home Care not only employs wonderful professionals, but they are also wonderful human beings,” Samuel explained. It was through the collaborative effort of a team of caregivers that Samuel received care in the comfort of his own home that was tailored specifically to his health needs. He is grateful for the care he received from everyone, but for Elizabeth in particular.

“I would always request Elizabeth as my therapist,” Samuel continued, “and even though my treatments are currently done, Elizabeth is always just a call away. She checks in on me from time to time, too!”

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