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Friday, November 17, 2017

Another round of calls, emails, BOLOH Task Force progress

We are (again) calling Nursing Homes (Skilled Nursing Facilities).  We called most of them in the Southern CA area in January, so it seems appropriate to revisit this.  Many thanks to the callers for performing this chore.  If you would like to get in on the action, please let us knows by sending an email to NancyIsMissing@gmail.com.

We also have a volunteer, Neil, from Australia who has offered to do emailing, so I gave him the list of email addresses that we have.  Although these primarily go to administrators, it never hurts to continue to try and reach as many people as possible.

I am also trying to run an ad in Philippine-oriented newspapers in the LA area, but so far, my efforts to contact the 3 papers have not resulted in replies.  If anyone happens to have any familiarity with this, and would like to help, please let me know.

The Bringing Our Loved Ones Home Task Force has produced a draft final report that looks very good.  It is quite impressive how all of these people were able to come together and produce a set of solid recommendations.  Every member of the Task Force was truly dedicated to the task of making the process much better.  Kudos especially to Adria Navarro and Richard Franco for being able to "herd the cats."

Once the report is available on-line, I will share it here.


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