The 2017 Tot Olympics was held on April 20th in Coffeyville, KS. This event was organized and hosted by the wonderful Teresa McVey. There were 20 participant this year; special needs children between the ages of 2-11. Each kiddo participates in a series of events and at the end each kiddo is awarded a medal, a t shirt, snacks, an Accessible balloon and other goodies. One of our clients attended the event with her grandmother and nurse. This was Accessible Home Health’s 2nd year helping. Such a great time!
Accessible Home Health, Inc. and Accessible Home Care, LLC. were well represented at the 12th annual Noon Network Ambucs Bid Appetit Charity Auction. It is the organizations largest annual fundraiser that brings in thousands of dollars to support their mission to provide mobility and independence to people with disabilities. Ambuc members Debra Blomquist and Amanda Randolph were honored to be asked to emcee the event. They were also joined by PT Time Rowe who donated his time and talent for the auction. Angela and Mark Ford donated a private plane ride. PT Shayla Seim, attended the auction with one of her patients who received an Amtryke Therapeutic Bike.
Thank you to all of our dedicated employees who make a difference at work and take time our of their personal lives to make a difference in our community.
Accessible Home Health and Accessible Home Care strive to lend a helping hand in all areas of the communities
that we provide services for. August 1st we were able to donate drinks, paper products and our time serving dinner to the men of the Minneapolis Fire Department, their families and retirees. The meal was provided by Fatboy Heaven – serving approximately 100 people.
It is a time of mixed emotions as we say goodbye to one of our employees, Lindsay McLean, Wichita Nurse Manager. We are sad to see her go and wish her and her family nothing but the best as they move to Oregon! We are very excited to have our very own Ruthy Bonilla step in and take over running the Wichita office. Many of the employees already know Ruthy, as she has been the Assistant Nurse Manager in Wichita, and we are very lucky to have her!
The Ottawa County Annual fair was July 19th-22nd. This year the theme was “FairAdise” for the parade that kicks off the week of activities. This is the second year that Accessible Home Health entered a float in the parade. Keeping with the theme of the fair, the team decorated the trailer (driven by Tyler Crosson) with pools, palm trees, and beach accessories. The hits of the parade were the super soaker water guns that the staff used to cool down the lines of people watching the parade and the buckets full of candy and chilled water. Showing support to the community and giving back is a great attribute and trait within the company.