Kenon Joseph from LAHSA came out to the Eisenhower Rehabilitation Center to assist me in providing services to some of the patients hear that had no idea that there are resources available for them when they are ready to leave this facility.
You never know when God has a purpose for you even in the midst of certain situations that you can be able to assist someone else. To see the look on these people's face gave me joy and comfort because they just didn't have any clue what their Exit Plan would be once it was time for them to be released from here.
God is an all time God and I am glad that I am able to still assist where I'm needed.
What a pleasure it was to speak at the Eisenhower Health Care Facility to the individuals there about recuperative health care options.
When I was asked by Ms. Nikki to come out and present to individuals on the many options, they have regarding the services offered by various recuperative health care programs.
I did not hesitate because I knew the importance of getting this information the ones in need.
When I arrived, I was so surprised to see the exuberance in Ms. Nikki, who could barely walk around without the assistance of a walker, and her selfless service in talking to and assisting individuals with any information she had regarding solutions.

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At first, I was a bit apprehensive in messaging some of the information of my presentation because I was unsure of how the information would be digested by those who were not only rehabilitating, but also those who didn't know what the next steps would be in their rehabilitation.
What I quickly realized is that the information was not falling on deaf ears. Individuals were excited and interested in hearing about options that would at least give them some comfort in knowing that someone somewhere was thinking about them.
I am forever grateful for the service of Ms. Nikki and Community Reflections for all they have been doing in and around the great city of Los Angeles.
I know that it is the strength of the community that keeps society bonded in the endless fabric of what we call life. Forever grateful. Thank you.

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