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Talbert House honors Albert Caldwell as Employee of the Year

Posted on: January 21, 2020

CINCINNATI— On January 9, Talbert House employees gathered for their annual employee appreciation celebration. Among the agency’s nearly 900 employees, Talbert House recognized an Employee of the Year for each service line and Albert Caldwell was named the 2019 agency Employee of the Year.

An Operations Lead at Burnet Intensive Services, Al Caldwell was recognized for delivering excellent customer service and quality care. In eighteen years with the agency, he has excelled at managing residential units. Beginning with his work at the residential program for adolescent males in 2002, Al has continued to demonstrate a commitment to the clients’ wellbeing and has built countless connections to the youth and adults in his care.

A colleague described Al’s attention to detail by saying, “I quickly learned first-hand that Al knew how to run a residential unit. When we reviewed our incident reports for Continuous Quality Improvement, we realized that when Al worked, we rarely had incidents with the kids. He has been a true role model to the staff and clients.”

Also recognized as Outstanding Employees of 2019 were Andrew Eisenberg – Central Services, Debra Frump – Mental Health, Kelly Ramsey – Community Corrections, Vestal Simms – Community Care and La-Vern Sutton – Housing.

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Talbert House is empowering children, adults and families to live healthy, safe and productive lives. Operating within five service lines: Addictions, Community Care, Community Corrections, Housing and Mental Health, Talbert House serves over 24,200 clients face to face and an additional 80,200 through prevention services throughout Southwest Ohio.