Senator John Albers & Rob Hammers Deliver Masks to CaraVita to Help Senior Citizens

Staff Report From Metro Atlanta CEO

Thursday, May 21st, 2020

On May 18, 2020, KN95 masks were donated by the law firm of Schneider Hammers to CaraVita Home Care, assisting caregivers in their community.

“I am so thankful for Rob Hammers and the law firm of Schneider Hammers for their generosity,” said Sen. Albers. “These supplies will help caregivers and our senior citizens.”

“Jason Schneider and I want to help our community and the caregivers who support those in need,” said Mr. Hammers. “We feel especially grateful for those who put themselves at risk to help other people.”

“Without these masks, we would not have been able to complete the infection control training of our staff,” said Beth Cayce, Founder and CEO of CaraVita Home Care, which serves over 100 seniors daily within Roswell and Metro Atlanta community. “Each staff member is shown how to seal test their mask and told to keep it in a paper bag for emergency use in the senior’s home. Many families are unable to procure these masks for their loved ones, so we are grateful to have this gift if they suddenly become ill and need care.”