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Expressing Ourselves in Emoji Self-Portraits

Without face to face contact, we are embracing the new ways to express ourselves digitally. While your old English teacher might be cringing at the way that these miniature pictures have infiltrated our written communications, more and more linguists are recognizing the value Emoji have added in enriching our conversations.

Plenty of experts agree that rather than degrading language, Emoji and other symbols can actually add depth and meaning to the sentences we construct. Much like facial expressions and hand gestures, these icons can clarify meaning, add humor as well as personality to an otherwise cold, technological interaction. We tend to agree!

Florida Senior Care Solutions and members are sharing their Emoji self-portraits this month and we hope you share yours back with us!

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My Emoji Wears a Mask Just Like Me

Covid-19 has brought back not so fond memories of wearing masks in my early career. Thank Goodness styles and choices have changed. Nurses Rock. 

- Pat Waldron, Active Healthcare Solutions

Summer of Work and Outdoor Play

Our summer has been spent taking care of patients in their homes while staying protected and spending time with my wife and three sons. We enjoy playing basketball and swimming in our pool for quality family time.  

- Dominic Aloma, PT, DPT, United Care Home Health Services

Keeping a Positive Attitude by Keeping Busy

Semi-isolation is tough. When I'm not assisting with transitions, I have been enjoying new music, beach walking and a little golfing.

- Ann Meyerson, PhD, Trust Power Transitions/The Keyes Company

Adjusting to My New Normal

A lot of our business is the same - it's the new amount of free time that we are getting used to! We are finding some fun ways to pass the days.

- Rich Berkowitz, Cheerful Transitions

Keep Calm and Carry On!

As we head into the last third of the year we all need to be positive and optimistic that better times are just around the corner. maybe we all need to take a deep breath - in through the nose and out the mouth or as I tell my mother, smell the roses and blow out the candles.

- David Michaels, Personal Living Alert

Still Spreading the Sunshine From My Home Office

Adjusting to working at home has taken some time, but the Sunshine team is awesome! We are Zooming through the year and can't wait to see what the rest of the year brings.

- Arnie Cowan, NHA RD, Sunshine Senior Placement

Doc is Always on the Clock

Working from home isn't really an option when you are a doctor! We are taking extra precautions to keep everyone safe, but otherwise it's business as usual. - Dr. Ron Oberman, Oberman Podiatry

Committing to Emotional and Physical Wellness

Figuring out a new routine, it was important to us to make sure of our physical and emotional wellbeing. Getting regular exercise, doing a little bit of traveling and learning new, healthy recipes has allowed us to boost our health mentally and physically.

- Howie and Mindy Schwartz, Schwartz Family Home Care

Hooping it Up This Summer

I've always loved basketball - this summer I've been able to get some more court time in to hone my skills.

- Howie Weinstein, Total Medical

Getting Back to Basics

I've been enjoying new music, Bible study and mentoring in my down time. Transforming this time into an opportunity to give back has been really satisfying.

- Dan Miller, Care Resource Planning

The Peak of Hurricane Season is Upon Us

With all of the other distractions that 2020 has brought upon us, it may have slipped to the bottom of your to-do list to make sure your family is prepared for hurricane season.

Did you know that from August 28th on is considered "peak" hurricane season? This year is already one of the most active seasons on record.

There are plenty of great resources in the community to help ensure that your household is ready whatever may come:

Official Palm Beach County Hurricane Preparedness Guide

National Hurricane Center Home Page

List of Basic Disaster Supplies

Did you know that stroking a dog or cat can actually lower your blood pressure and make you feel calmer? Even watching fish in a tank can have a soothing effect on your muscles and reduce stress levels.

We have all been spending more time at home and that means more time with the little creatures we share our lives with! Our pets have become co-workers as well as family members as many of us have started working primarily from home.

Florida Senior Care Solutions and members are pleased to introduce you to our beloved animals and hope that you reach out and share your fun pet stories also!

Sophie, Forever a Part of the Schwartz Family

We are true believers in Pet Therapy. Over the past few months of life with Coronavirus, so many are feeling isolation and loneliness.

We find that so many of our clients that have pets - cats or dogs- seem to be doing better as they have something else to focus on.

We were the proud “parents” of Sophie for 13 years . Although we lost her not too long ago, we cherish all the laughs, good times and smiles she brought us.

We often look through many photos of her that showed her adorable personality. They make us smile.

Reports show animal shelters are at their lowest volume as people have reached out to adopt at these times. Maybe it’s time for us...

Mindy & Howard Schwartz

Schwartz Family Home Care

Maya, Technical Support - Canine Division

United Care Home Health Services

Meet Maya, our 12 year old miniature schnauzer. She’s so happy to have us all home spending extra time with us and following us around the house.

- Melissa Colon

Dylan, Cat Customer Service Supervisor

Ann Meyerson, SRES- Trust Power Transitions / Keyes Realty

Mr. Dylan, my bottle-fed Russian Blue Rescue thinks he rules the condo now! He's probably right. I wouldn't know what to do without him.

- Dr. Ann Meyerson

Tales the Tail-less Cat, Kitty Director of Quality Control

Sunshine Senior Placement

Tales is an unstoppable force at the Sunshine Senior Placement home headquarters. She is a valuable member of our team.

- Arnie Cowan

Maggie, Cuddles and Pets Mediation Specialist

Active Healthcare Solutions

My grandpup is such a sweetie and I love having her around.

- Pat Waldron

Susie, Senior Manager of Pet Food Administration

Oberman Podiatry

Susie is 15 years old and still in great shape! She's very sweet and playful.

- Dr. Ron Oberman

Mimi, EVP of Purring

Personal Living Alert

Mimi is our six year old cat - she is always a soothing presence on even the most stressful days.

- David Michaels

Aquatic Support Team

A & B Counseling

We are very pleased to announce three new members of our fish tank friends - including a puffer!

- Janis Blenden

Cultivating Pineapples is a Labor of Love

by Julaine Lopez-McKenzie, Thrucore Financial Solutions

Cultivating flowers, fruits, and vegetables is a great way to enjoy the outdoors, connect with nature, relieve stress and get some exercise in!

You may recognize the plant here as a pineapple - they have dotted the Florida and Caribbean landscapes for thousands of years. But, did you know it can take up to 24 months for a pineapple to mature? The result is well worth the wait - sweet, juicy and refreshing.

Safety First for Cheerful Transitions!

by Rich Berkowitz, Cheerful Transitions

Regular COVID-19 testing, masks, gloves and protective suits are part of our routine when we assist with moves during this pandemic.

Safety is our top priority for both team members and our valued, often vulnerable, clientele.

It has been an adjustment - and we might look a little funny in our outfits - but we are committed to taking all precautions for as long as necessary.

Florida Senior Care Solutions
7401 Wiles Road, Suite 101
Coral Springs, FL 33067

Phone: 888-561-1906
Fax: 954-255-8113


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