Both Kristina and I had grandparents who are deceased now. Towards the end of their lives, they received home health services. When Kristina was in her late teens, she noticed that her grandfather was very dissatisfied with the services he was receiving.
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Kristina De-Levi, the President and CEO of HomeAssist Home Health Services, and her husband Frank De-Levi were recently featured in an exclusive online interview with Thrive Global - an American company that encourages individuals to build productive habits through inspirational storytelling.
Frank De-Levi and his wife Kristina are from Pacifica, California and run a medical home health agency called HomeAssist Home Health Services to serve people who are homebound, usually after being discharged from a hospital or facility. Their doctor will refer patients with medical home health, meaning they could receive visits from a range of professionals, including nurses, physical therapists, occupational therapists, speech therapists, dieticians, and medical social workers.