SIOUX FALLS, S.D. - “It’s like they’re family. Just getting to know them better and helping them, it feels like family because of how close you get to be with them and all the things you can provide for them,” said Good Samaritan Society CNA Kaity Goblish.
One current resident Goblish has made a connection with, worked as a CNA for 17 years at another Good Samaritan location. Her experience helps her relate to the CNAs that take care of her.
“Makes you feel good if you can do something for somebody. And I’ve always like that. I always liked being a nurse,” said Grave.