Eleanor (Lisa’s mom) often talked about Valour Place, to her friends and family about Martin, the staff and Volunteers. She would brag how clean everything was and how she felt better than staying at a hotel, “no germs” she used to say. In that way, it was like her home, very clean and tidy. She couldn’t believe what Valour Place could offer - from the dream kitchen to the cleanliness of the building, these two things were very important and high on her list of requirements.
Babies! We've sure had our share of them born while their mothers were staying here at Valour Place. A couple of our volunteers, Shirley and Doug Seymour, have undertaken a project to provide a baby blanket for each of these babies. This will be a memento of their stay with us. These blankets aren't your run of the mill baby blankets, rather these are hand made by Shirley. She obtains the material, cuts it to size and sews the blankets up while Doug arranges to get the logo -
For Brian Johannson, Valour Place truly is “a home away from home, a place of hope and a supportive community”. One of the first RCMP families to stay there for a long period, Brian credits the home to a quick recovery for his daughter Morgan. “Having a comfortable space that felt like home, I feel helped her recover faster than being in the hospital during the time that she was in the out-patient recovery program”
Brian’s daughter Morgan, who has cerebral palsy, was sche
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It's a very special place': family gives thanks to Valour Place 'When you're dealing with something like this, you're paralyzed with fear' By Wallis Snowdon, CBC News Posted: Sep 05, 2016 12:28 PM MT Last Updated: Sep 05, 2016 1:56 PM MT Steve Beck was anxiously watching the headlights on the highway when his heart stopped. His wife had gone into labour at just 24 weeks and was sent to Edmonton on a medevac flight. Beck was making the long 12-hour drive from Hay River to be a