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24 Hour Home Care Brings “Wishpacks” to the Children of Harbor Regional Center

Last week, 24 Hour Home Care hosted a “Wishpack Giveaway” in collaboration with Harbor Regional Center, a California nonprofit that provides community-based services to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.  Throughout the month of July, the leading home care company raised over $2,100 to create “Wishpacks,” just in time for the beginning of the 2017 school year. Each “Wishpack” is a new backpack filled with school supplies, including pencils, notebooks, papers, markers and the like, in addition to well-wishes from the 24 Hour Home Care community in the form of “Wish Cards.”

On August 10th, the staff of 24 Hour Home Care and Harbor Regional Center gave away dozens of “Wishpacks” at the Regional Center’s Torrance location. Mothers, fathers, children and their siblings gathered to enjoy snacks and beverages, select their brand new backpacks and read the well-wishes from 24 Hour Home Care.

“I really like this card,” said 10-year-old Natalia C., “It says, ‘If you can get through the school year, you can do anything’ and I would like to think that’s true.”

24 Hour Home Care partners with many of California’s Regional Centers to provide the highest-quality respite services and long-term care for adults and children with developmental disabilities. To learn more about 24 Hour Home Care’s respite services, please visit www.24hrcares.com or call (800) 522-1516.

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Give A Wishpack | 24 Hour Home Care Supports Children In Need

 

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24 Hour Home Care Supports the Special Olympics

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Ventura County Star’s 2016 Reader’s Choice Awards

Ventura County StarThe Ventura County Star’s 2016 Reader’s Choice Awards are now open! 24 Hour Home Care is pleased to announce that we are one of the contenders in the “Senior Resource West County and “Employer (under 50 employees) categories.

We would greatly appreciate it if you would show your support for us by voting for us in those categories. Be sure to vote for winners in at least 10 categories, total, for your votes to count! Winning awards like this one will allow us to continue providing our communities with in-home care services of the highest quality.

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2015 Holiday Toy Drive

Holiday Toy DriveThis year marks 24 Hour Home Care’s 8th Annual Holiday Toy Drive! We are privileged to provide care for hundreds of amazing children; somehow our staff always seems to learn more from them than they learn from us. Their families become our families, and we share in their sorrows and their joys. In the spirit of the holiday season, we want to bring these children some joy; we’ve figured out that this is no difficult task- a simple toy can bring a smile to their faces!

 

Join us in celebrating these amazing children by donating new or gently used, unwrapped, toys to the following Regional Centers:

 

Westside Regional Center: purchase a toy from our wishlist!

Please drop off your toy to our Westside Office by 12/13

5901 Green Valley Circle Suite 470

 

Harbor Regional Center

Please drop off your toy to our Torrance office by 12/9

3812 Sepulveda Blvd. Suite 240

 

Tri-Counties Regional Center- Simi Valley Branch: purchase a toy from our wishlist!

Please drop off your toy to our Oxnard Office by 12/7

2401 E. Gonzales Rd. Suite 170

 

Tri-Counties Regional Center- Oxnard Branch: purchase a toy from our wishlist!

Please drop off your toy to our Oxnard Office by 12/9

2401 E. Gonzales Rd. Suite 170

 

Regional Center of Orange County: purchase a toy from our wishlist!

Please drop off your toy to our Orange Office by 12/7

3111 N. Tustin St. Suite 205

 

Inland Regional Center: purchase a toy from our wishlist!

Please drop off your toy to our Orange Office by 12/15

3111 N. Tustin St. Suite 205

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Move For Movember

movemberThis month is known to 24 Hour Home Care staff not as “November,” but as “Movember,”! “Movember” is short for “Mustache November,” that time of the year when the men of Team 24 grow out their ‘staches and the women of Team 24 sport faux ‘staches in support of solving the most pressing issues facing men’s health throughout the nation: mental disorders, prostate cancer, and testicular cancer. Our ‘staches spur a lot of conversations, allowing us to take advantage of every opportunity we can to discuss different men’s health issues within our communities.
Oftentimes, eating a balanced diet and participating in regular exercise alone can lower the probability of developing health issues. 24 Hour Home Care is hosting its 4th Annual Movember campaign: Move for Movember Campaign! Come Movember 1st, we are launching “Step It Up,” a 30-day Step Challenge to encourage our community to get active. Local organizations will be forming “Step Teams,” and receiving pedometers from 24 Hour Home Care to track their steps daily. At the end of Movember, 24 Hour Home Care is recognizing the most active teams and individuals with trophies and fitbit giveaways!

In the spirit of Move for Movember, 24 Hour Home Care challenges you to post a photo of yourself in movement, donning a mustache, onto our facebook page at www.facebook.com/24hrhomecare. Our executive team will select one “Most Creative Selfie” winner to receive a Fitbit Surge at the end of Movember! The winner may choose to donate its equivalent value to The Movember Foundation.

This Movember, join Team 24 in promoting men’s health awareness, starting with caring for your own health.

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24 Hour Home Care Hosts 5th Annual Think Pink Campaign

24 Hour Home Care Hosts 5th Annual Think Pink Campaign

Every October, we wear pink ribbons to raise awareness for breast cancer. This ribbon means something different to all of us, be it courage, strength, hope, or faith.

This year, 24 Hour Home Care is hosting our 5th Annual Think Pink Campaign, “My Ribbon Means.” For every photo taken with 24 Hour Home Care’s “My Ribbon Means” signboard that is posted on our facebook page at www.facebook.com/24hrhomecare, 24 Hour Home Care pledges to donate $1 to the American Cancer Society!

Our 3% Promise

During Think Pink, 24 Hour Home Care staff will trade in our customary blue polos for pink polos, to represent solidarity with individuals and families fighting to end breast cancer. We promise to donate 3% of gross proceeds from all of our new clients in the month of October to the American Cancer Society. 100% of the funds we raise through Think Pink will go towards research into the cause, prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of breast cancer.

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Vote For Union Tribune’s Best of San Diego

Great news! 24 Hour Home Care’s San Diego office is officially on the ballot for, In-Home Eldercare Services & Place to Work with the Union Tribune’s Best of San Diego!

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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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March is Social Work Month!

Social WorkersMarch 2015 gives us many reasons to celebrate- the nation will observe National Social Work month in March and the National Association of Social Workers will commemorate its 60th anniversary in 2015. This year, the theme is “Social Work Paves the Way for Change” to convey what NASW and social workers have done over the past six decades to impact the lives of individuals and bring about positive change in society. Social workers impact the lives of people every day by working hard to improve rights of women, minorities and the LGBT community. They advocate for social justice initiatives and also push to strengthen health programs such as: Medicaid, Medicare, and the Community Mental Health Act. The celebration will begin in March and end in October, the month NASW was founded in 1955.

24 Hour Home Care works with Social Workers on a day-to-day basis, and they are some of the most dedicated and warm-hearted individuals we know. We’d like to express our appreciation and recognize their contributions this March. Please email murphy@24hrcares.com if you know of a particular Social Worker whose contributions deserve to be acknowledged!

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