Action Home Care enjoyed their time at the Annual Health & Safety Expo in Okeechobee, FL on January 31, 2015. Rebecca Barnes represented the agency with an information booth on the services they provide in Okeechobee County and the surrounding area. Rebecca enjoyed getting to know members of the community and networking with other health care professionals. Action Home Care had a free raffle for all visitors. The raffle prize for this year was a “Date Night” gift basket, which included popcorn, candy, soda, and a movie. Visitors could also pick up free giveaways from the AHC booth. Action Home Care would like to give a big thank you to everyone who attended and made this event possible!
Featured in the Okeechobee News, Action Home Care (AHCFL) and Okeechobee’s very own, Rebecca Barnes, spoke at the monthly meeting of the Okeechobee Community Collaborative Council on January 28, 2014. Action Home Care would like to share a quote from the January 31, 2014 Okeechobee News article:
She explained Action Home Care is a locally owned and operated program. They provide in home therapy and nursing care for homebound patients. Their goal is to help patients meet their potential and help them lead healthier, happier and more independent lives. Services include skilled nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech therapy, medical social services, home health aide and other programs.
Action Home Care proudly participates in community events and organizations. The AHC family places importance on being active members of the communities they serve. AHC is always looking for local speaking opportunities, community events, charity events, and organizations to be apart of. Check out the full Okeechobee Newspaper article (page 2) by clicking on one of the following links:
Action Home Care had the pleasure of participating in the Okeechobee County Health & Safety Expo on January 25, 2014. Action Home Care’s Business Development Coordinator, Rebecca Barnes, was there with a booth representing the home health agency. AHC’s booth had something for everyone including a free raffle entry, trivia, giveaways, games, health education and information on home health. Action’s raffle items included two gift baskets: one for adults and one for families with children. Within the gift baskets were things such as toiletry items, playing cards, kids movies and first aid kits. Over a hundred businesses and organizations participated as vendors; and over a thousand spectators came out to the event. The Okeechobee County Health & Safety Expo was a fun-filled, free event and perfect for families! Action Home Care truly enjoys participating in events dedicated to promoting healthy lifestyles. As one could imagine, AHC believes there can never be too much health promotion; especially when it is so much FUN!