...[we] were cautious about having another stranger in the house, because by then, we were surrounded by physical therapist and visiting nurses but after meeting Al all caution dissolved. Al is the most caring, empathetic, and kind person we have ever met. On his first day, I didn't know what to expect but he looked through the garage, found everything he needed, and without my telling him what had to be done outside, he began working and at the end of his four hours a miracle took place in our back yard. My husband is feeling well now and Al is gone to help others but we will never forget him and the hours he spent here with us....always working and sometimes just sitting and talking to him during his recuperation. In a short time we became friends. I don't know what we would have done without him. (West Chester, PA)
— Peg H.