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Fort Lauderdale law group expands to Delray Beach
CMO Law Group is celebrating its fifth anniversary with plans to open a new office in Delray Beach. Attorneys Leslie Cimadevilla and Melissa Murray Ocasio, of CMO Law Group announced the new office located at 1615 S. Congress Ave. Suite 103.
Alternative Home Health Care opens Delray location
Alternative Home Health Care recently hosted the grand opening of its new Delray Beach location with a ribbon cutting ceremony and food drive in support of the Palm Beach County Food Bank.
The new Delray Beach office, located at 14806 S. Military Trail in Delray Beach, will be open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
“We serve over 100 clients in Palm Beach County and are very excited to open a permanent location in Delray Beach,” said Executive Administrator Zach Desmond. “Our dedicated caregivers are proud to provide hands-on nurturing to our clients and peace of mind to their loved ones.”
Alternative Home Health Care offers companionship, transportation/errand running, personal care and light housekeeping. Companionship includes going for walks, helping with hobbies and crafts, participating in stimulating activities, and helping with correspondence to family and friends. Transportation/errand running includes taking clients to medical appointments, grocery shopping, religious observances, or other social activities. Personal care offers help with bathing, dressing, ambulation, transfers, and personal hygiene. Light housekeeping includes meal preparation, laundry and residential upkeep.
NCCI announces new Chief Regulatory Services Officer
As of Sept. 19, Susan Donegan will serve as Boca Raton-based NCCI’s Chief Regulatory Services Officer.
She succeeds Helen Westervelt, who announced her retirement earlier this year.
Local entrepreneur wins first place in app challenge
Delray Beach-based clinician and entrepreneur, Harold Jonas, PhD, LMHC, CAP, took home first place in an app challenged sponsored by the U.S. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
He won the national award for his development of FlexDek® MAT Edition, an adaptable smartphone app designed to combat the raging epidemic of opiate addiction.
It increases client compliance and reduces relapses which often require re-hospitalization by introducing rewards for usage, according to a news release.
The challenge was launched in March 2016 to encourage the creation of apps which will help patients receiving outpatient medication-assisted treatment for opioid use disorder maintain their recovery and avoid relapse.
FlexDek® MAT Edition is free for those in recovery and compatible with both Apple and Android. Full roll out is slated for Nov. 1. Visit http://www.Sober.com or call 561-265-1564 for more information on FlexDek® MAT Edition.
uBreakiFix opens in Delray
Crack an iPhone screen? There is now a uBreakiFix in Delray. The repair company specializes in same-day repair service of small electronics, repairing cracked screens, water damage, software issues, camera issues and most other technical problems.
The Delray Beach location is owned and operated by Jimmy Garzon and José Melul.
“It’s an honor to expand uBreakiFix in the state where it began,” Garzon said. “I have always had a passion for technology, but this company’s ability to fuse that with superior customer service attracted me from the start. I hope the community will turn to us with any and all tech repair needs.”
uBreakiFix Delray Beach is located at 851 SE 6th Ave Delray Beach, Florida 33483 and can be reached at 561-562-5075.