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Certified Fellow, Gavin Ward, Moderates ACHE Case Management Panel at 2015 National Readmissions Summit

24 Hour Home Care served as an exhibitor at the National Readmissions Summit 2015 in Anaheim, CA, on April 16th.

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2015 Walk MS

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disease that attacks the central nervous system2015WalkMS-Logo-web. Around 2.5 million people in the world have MS, and in the U.S., 200 new cases are diagnosed every week. Join 24 Hour Home Care at this year’s Walk MS and together we can make a difference! Walk MS will take place at the Pasadena Rose Bowl on April 19th, 2015, at 9:30am. Not only will you be walking to support those who have MS, but you’ll have a chance to enjoy entertainment at the finish festival, with food, music, and great company.

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Wear Yellow For Seth

ourhero seth (2)Seth is just like any regular 5 year old boy; he loves playing golf and watching T.V. The only difference is, Seth suffers from Severe Combined Immunodeficiency, also known as SCID. SCID results in one or more serious infections within the first months of life. Children affected can become ill from live viruses that are present in some vaccines such as: chicken pox, measles, etc. These viruses and bacteria may cause life threatening infections. Though he is battling the disease, he remains happy and is always smiling.

His parents came up with the idea of #wearyellowforseth, as way for people to visually show support for him. They plan on placing a map in his room and pinning all the countries people have posted a photo from. His parents created the #wearyellowforseth idea came right before Seth had his first transplant. His parents were notified by a family friend that the color yellow signified a strong immunity. So they asked their friends and family to wear yellow to show support on his transplant day. Yellow is also Seth’s favorite color! Come join us and help show Seth that people around the world are supporting him on his journey.

If you would like to join this campaign, then simply wear yellow piece of clothing and take a photo of yourself: post the picture onto facebook, Instagram, or twitter with the hashtag #wearyellowforseth. Or, you can take a photo of yourself wearing yellow and post the photo on our facebook page; we will send a collage of all the photos to the Lane family to cover the walls of Seth’s hospital room!

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Download Your Free Copy of Whole 24™ For a Healthier 2015

whole+24+for+websiteIt’s a brand new year- time to turn over a new leaf and eat a diet that helps you look and feel your best, no matter what your diagnosis. 24 Hour Home Care would like to help you do just that in 2015, with a special 5-day promotion of our independently published nutrition and recipe book, Whole 24™: from 2/9- 2/13, download our guide for FREE from Amazon.com.

Written by our Registered Dietitian, Alisa Dodds, the book discusses how to achieve nutritional goals for individuals with vegetarian and kosher diets, as well as for those living with common medical conditions: Memory Loss, Diabetes, Cancer, Healthy Heart, Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease, and Renal Disease. Included are 24 delicious and nutritious recipes to make reaching your health goals easy.

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24 Hour Home Care Brings Smiles to 1,075 Children on Christmas Day

Santa ClausLast December, 24 Hour Home Care held its 7th annual Holiday Toy Drive, enabling our communities to gift toys to the children of the Tri-counties Regional Center, Regional Center of the East Bay, Westside Regional Center, San Diego Regional Center, and Regional Center of Orange County.

Our thirteen branch offices spread the word about our toy drive to hospitals, skilled nursing facilities, our community partners, and various healthcare institutions, and donations poured in from everywhere. They were happily received by designated 24 Hour Home Care branch offices throughout California.  Each office organized a day in which the children’s families gathered at our locations to select toys to bring home for the holidays. Our staff wrapped each one with care, sending 1,740 toys home with these families. We can just imagine the smiles on the children’s faces when they unwrapped their toys on Christmas morning!

We put together a slideshow of our Toy Drive- watch it here

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A Most Heartwarming Christmas Story

orange boyEvery year, 24 Hour Home Care’s offices hold toy drives for the amazing children we serve. This year, we wanted to share a story that really hit home. The little boy below is the big brother of the baby in the picture. The baby was born at only 27 weeks old, and weighed just 1 lb. Now 5 months old, the baby is 6 lbs, almost at the lighter end of a full-term newborn.

At our Regional Center of Orange County toy drive, the little boy slipped away from his family to ask one of our toy drive staff members if he could pick out a gift for his mom. She helped him select a scarf for his mom before helping him find gifts for his baby brother, dog and cat. Our staff managed to wrap the scarf without his mom’s knowledge, but she caught a glance of her gift when he placed the gift tag that read, “Mom” on it. In that moment, we could see how moved she was by her son’s gesture.

This little boy showed no concern for finding himself a gift at our toy drive. His selflessness reminded us of the true spirit of Christmas!

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Patrick Soon-Shiong Innovation Awards Selects 24 Hour Home Care as a Finalist

10403137_10152889665127460_4651977461969541638_nA fundamental cornerstone of 24 Hour Home Care is our devotion to progress. This perpetual growth creates better solutions and an even higher bar for our outstanding, quality care. Recently, 24 Hour Home Care was named as a finalist for the Patrick Soon-Shiong Innovation Awards, presented by the Los Angeles Business Journal. The award acknowledges organizations that show innovation in the business industry in California. Our team is so humbled to be one of the 15 pioneering companies that was selected.

The Innovation Awards focused on one of our programs especially- our Hospital To Your Home™ Care Transitions Program, in which our staff provides systematic support to our clients within the first month after their hospital discharge. A research project presented by HealthCare Partners and 24 Hour Home Care on the link between professional caregiving and hospital readmissions has shown that our program has had a significant impact on decreasing hospital readmissions for patients diagnosed with congestive heart failure.

On November 18th, 2014, members of the 24 Team accepted our award at the Symposium and Awards Dinner. We are deeply grateful for this honor, and would like to thank the many local communities that have generously supported our work.

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Team 24 Walks to Defeat ALS

photo 11Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), often referred to as “Lou Gehrig’s Disease,” is a progressive neurodegenerative disease. To date there is no cure or treatment for the disease. This past Saturday, November 8, 2014, members of Team 24 contributed in a 5k to support the fight against ALS! We were so happy to be part of this great cause earlier this year with our “Ice Bucket Challenges” and we are proud to continue to show our support for this cause. There was lots of walking and smiles this past weekend. To see more photos from the event, feel free to check out our “Walk to Defeat ALS 2014” photo album on our Facebook page.

To find out more about the cause, please visit the ALS Association website at http://www.alsa.org/about-als/what-is-als.html.

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Alzheimer’s 2014 Fundraising Results

ALZHEIMER We would like to take the time to recognize all of the efforts of those who have participated in our Alzheimer’s fundraisers and 5K Walk. We managed to raise a whopping $7,271.91 for the Los Angeles Walk to End Alzheimer’s, which took place on Sunday, November 2nd. Our staff hosted bake sales, a Halloween fundraiser at Dave & Buster’s, and themed gift basket raffles to raise funding for a diagnoses that is near and dear to our hearts, as it affects so many of the individuals we serve.

The Northern California 24Hr team managed to raise $525! They received donations by encouraging individuals to learn about the diagnoses, posting flyers in the office,
and engaging communities on social media. On the big day, the branch united employees, friends and family, and community partners at the Walk, which took place on Saturday, October
11 at 10am in San Jose, CA. They proudly waved their 24Hr Sign for the three mile walk and held their orange flowers, signifying their support of the cause. The team enjoyed being
present for such an inspiring event!

On November 15th, members of the Irvine branch of Team 24 participated in a 5K Walk at Angels Stadium in Anaheim, CA, to support the fight against Alzheimer’s. Team 24 brought along family, friends, and community supporters to walk in the fight to end Alzheimer’s for good. Prior to the walk day, the Irvine Office raised a total of $904. The contributions went into research to understand the cause and potential prevention of the disease, and well as support for the diagnosed.

Supporting those with Alzheimer’s is so important to us at 24Hr and we would like to thank you for your participation. If you need any information or support for Alzheimer’s Disease, please visit http://www.alz.org/.

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