Judith Clervil, of Residential Support Services, Inc. (RSSI) of Newton, was chosen as “Aide of the Year” by the Home Care Alliance of Massachusetts. (RSSI is a division of MHPI, which owns and manages Senior Living on Bellingham Hill, in Chelsea.)
Clervil has been a certified home health aide with RSSI for eight years. She previously provided home care to people living in East Boston, Dorchester, and Cambridge, but is now works exclusively at Senior Living on Bellingham Hill.
Clervil was promoted to Senior Certified Home Health Aide in 2012.
Sheldon Bycoff, founder and CEO of Residential Support Services, Inc., stated, “We have always been proud of Judith and we congratulate her on this acknowledgement. Judith brings intelligence and optimism to every client every day. Her compassion, creativity, and dedication are extraordinary.”
Clervil, upon hearing that she was chosen as “Aide of the Year,” commented, “I am very grateful that I have the opportunity to make a difference in others’ lives through RSSI. I truly enjoy my work and this recognition is icing on the cake.”
The Home Care Alliance’s “Innovations Showcase and Star Awards,” at which Clervil and winners in other categories will be honored, will be held on Tuesday, April 28 at 1 p.m. at the Revere Hotel in Boston. The featured speaker is Pamela Mann, Director of Programs and Rounds Training for The Schwartz Center for Compassionate Healthcare.
The Star Awards ceremony will be MC’d by Emmy Award-winning TV news personality Joyce Kulhawik.