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Monday, January 15, 2018

Recent, beautiful sentiment added to this blog by an anonymous poster

We wanted to share this beautiful sentiment left by added an anonymous poster recently.

It’s uplifting to receive and share these thoughts, and to note that this person not only continues to look for Nancy but is also careful to ensure that others do not continue to go missing.

Anonymous has left a new comment on your post:

Nancy’s picture was posted at my desk (and in several areas in our office space) at my old job in mental health. Always kept her in mind as I reviewed 40 plus admissions during my shift. Now I’m in a hospital in DTLA and I run across similar cases. I’m always very cautious when I get a discharge request for a homeless person that is confused. My prayers are with you to bring your loved one home.

Wednesday, January 10, 2018

Not Much to Report

I haven't posted in awhile, so I thought I would just let you all know that nothing new has been happening.

We are continuing to call nursing homes in Southern California (Thank you callers!), and typically we contact someone willing to help by sharing and posting Nancy's information at their facility.

We also run a TV ad in Southern CA.  I receive one to three "tips" a week based on this ad.  Clearly, the most helpful tips are when they can send a picture as well, and the least helpful are the "I think I saw her last month somewhere ....".  I do not think I have received more than one tip from a nursing home of residential facility, which is our best guess for where Nancy could possibly be.

We are continuing our efforts to "follow the money".  Detective Rosenberger has written to the CA Dept of Health asking for help searching the MediCal database for all of CA, and they have agreed to look into this (busy over the holiday, etc.).  Hopefully, we can break through that logjam soon.