Meeting January 14th
The speaker at today’s lunch was Julia Salnave, Office Manager at I HELP Home Health Agency since 2005.
Previously, she studied Culinary Arts at Johnson and Wales University. She was also a Risk Management Safety Inspector for Aequicap Insurance Company.
She has been married to Andre for 15 years, and has 2 children, Isis (11) and Andre Jr. (7).
She loves her job because she can help others and provide families with piece of mind. I HELP Home Health has been providing skilled and unskilled services in the comfort of your home since 2004. The Agency serves Miami-Dade and Monroe Counties.
At one point in our lives, either we or someone we know will need a care provider at home. In some cases, because the person needs more supervision at home, or is recovering from an illness, surgery, etc. With a full time job, it is more difficult to be the caregiver of your love one. Statistically, the majority of the caregivers are females, for example, daughters. With the care that the Agency provides, the recipient can stay home for as long as he or she can.
An agency can provide the professionals you need. They are directly employed by the Agency, who insures them. They are also bonded and trained by the Agency. Another advantage of working with an Agency is the fact that if the caregiver cannot go to your home, the Agency will immediately find a replacement, so there will be no interruption in the service. You can trust the people hired by I HELP Home Health, they will take good care of your love one. Keep Julia’s information handy because you never know when you are going to need help.
Julia, thank you very much for your helpful information!
Congratulations to our newest member, Kerry Burns with Roasters N Toasters. Welcome to BRG!
We had no winner for the jackpot! The jackpot was $106, and there are 47 cards left for next meeting. Keep playing next week! This week’s newsletter winner could be 33. Contact Eli if you are the winner.
On Wednesday January 29 at 6:30, have a drink at Town Kitchen and Bar, located at 7301 SW 57 Ct (one block south of Sunset Place). Jeff’s wife Donna will be behind the bar as a celebrity bartender, a portion of all sales will be donated to the American Cancer Society team Argentina of the Pinecrest Relay for Life. If you can’t make it, send a check for Donna’s tip payable to the American Cancer Society c/o Jeff’s Office.
Finally, remember the Super Bowl party at Eli’s home next Sunday, February 2nd!