The opportunity to say thank you doctors comes around once a year or year round, depending on how you feel. Of course, if you feel better and that’s because of a doctor, showing your gratitude doesn’t always come naturally. So here are a few ideas to let the doctor who has used their training and expertise to assist you or someone you care about.
The ability to say “Thank You First Responders” is tricky. Usually, if they have arrived, you are in an emergency situation, so there often isn’t time or opportunity to show your appreciation. Often folks go back, after the emergency, to thank individual or whole crews of rescuers. And that’s great. First responders such as police officers, EMS workers and firefighters really love to get those notes and tokens of gratitude from the people they have rescued.
If you have a reason to say thank you EMS, then you’ve probably had a close encounter with an EMS professional. If so, you were probably in the middle of an emergency and beyond grateful that they were there to save you. As with other first responders, when you need Emergency Medical Services (EMS), you really need EMS. It’s often a matter of life and death. Here we offer a little insight to the different EMS professions, the special observances in their honor, and some suggestions on how to offer our gratitude and show our appreciation.
Law enforcement appreciation has many faces across our communities. Maybe it’s the thank you to the state trooper who helps you to the side of the busy highway or the officer who fills out the report on your stolen property. Chances are you’ve had plenty of opportunities to feel gratitude for the many services that law enforcement provides and to say “thank you police officers”. Here we offer a little insight to the many roles law enforcement plays, the special observances in their honor, and some suggestions on how to offer our gratitude and show our law enforcement appreciation.
The circumstances when you have the opportunity to say “thank you nurses” are often when you, or your family, are facing illness or poor health. Suddenly there are healthcare workers you’ve never met before, taking care of you, and you feel enormous gratitude. A nurse often provides medicine for your body and soul, helping to reduce your pain but also your fear.
Showing our military appreciation all year long is a great way to say thank you Veterans, Active Duty and Reserve for your service and sacrifice. Each of the six branches of the U.S. Military plays an important role in our country’s history and there are many ways you can show your appreciation for military service members and their contributions. Here we offer our gratitude, provide you with a comprehensive list of military holidays and observances, and 14 ways to show your military appreciation and offer your support any time of year. Plus, we offer a glimpse into all that Homes for Heroes is doing to support our nation’s military community by saving them money on their home and mortgage transactions, and awarding grants to assist homeless veterans in need.
How do you appropriately say “thank you firefighters” to people who keep the community safe, run into dangerous situations, save family members, save homes, save whole forests, and the list goes on? At first glance, the obvious answer is “often and loudly.” Let’s go a little deeper and discuss some ways, and times, to show your firefighter appreciation for our firefighting heroes.
When you chose to take on a challenging career in healthcare, one of the things that probably didn’t factor into your decision was the praise you would get. You just wanted to be there for people, help make people healthy, and have them live their best lives. But there are several people who think that healthcare workers deserve a giant thank you. For all that healthcare workers have done for their communities, especially recently, we want to give thanks for you! Read More “Thank You Healthcare Workers | A Thank You Message for Healthcare Professionals”