JFS at Home Holds Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

jfs-at-home-prBoca Based, Non-Profit Home Care Agency Provides Companions, HHA’s and CNA’s
Boca Raton based JFS at Home, a non-profit private home care agency affiliated with Ruth & Norman Rales Jewish Family Services (JFS), recently partnered with Greater Boca Raton Chamber of Commerce to hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for its offices in west Boca Raton.
Operating as an independent entity, JFS at Home has been providing quality care at home for the elderly since its soft opening this past May. The Agency’s mission is to “promote healthy aging by enabling clients to maintain their quality of life while they continue to live at home, safely and with dignity.” The Agency is accomplishing this by providing trusted, compassionate, Companions, Home Health Aides and Certified Nursing Assistants to clients residing primarily in Boca Raton, Delray Beach and Highland Beach. These professionals are available around the clock to offer quality care and assistance to promote wellness and independence.
Aging in place, the familiarity and security of living in one’s own home, offers much comfort, which is why most seniors want to remain residing at home as long as possible. “When a loved one is challenged with health issues, additional assistance and care may be required,” stated Danielle Hartman, JFS President & CEO. “JFS at Home is committed to providing exceptional care and offer affordable options in home health care to its clients. While it’s often emotionally difficult to make decisions about how to best care for a loved one, there comes a time when the next step must be taken. JFS at Home provides families a sense of comfort knowing that their loved ones are cared for at home safely.”
“In 2015 the JFS Board of Directors approved a strategic plan which included planning for the future needs of seniors in our community. As a result, the JFS Board approved the creation of a separate yet affiliated homecare agency, JFS at Home. As the Treasurer of the JFS Board of Directors and the President of the JFS at Home Board of Directors, I am very excited to be a part of the launch of this new endeavor,” said David Schimel.
Since opening in May, JFS at Home currently services 75 clients and is on track to reach their goal of becoming a $1M entity by the end of 2017.
JFS at Home is seeking additional client focused and professionally experienced Companions, Home Health Aides and Certified Nursing Assistants to add to their team.
For additional information  contact Marissa Gordon, Administrator, at 561.852.3116 or [email protected].

Deals This Week: Valentine's Day and More

Here are some of the best deals available this week in or near West Boca, both for Valentine’s Day and otherwise.
Boca’s Best BBQ has a breakfast deal: “Any breakfast plate for $9.99.”
From Stella’s Pizzeria: “We’re running a dine-in wine special on Valentine’s Day. All glasses and bottles are half-off! (Reg $7/$28 now $3.50/$14). And we’re still running the buy 5 get 1 free large pizza special as well.”
Boca Black Box is doing a Girls Night Out deal on Thursday:
Girls Night Out at Boca Black Box
The password is “peekaboo” (when you get to checkout) for advance tickets online at www.bocablackbox.com for this show only. We tried it and it saves you $7.50 on the front orchestra seats.
Also they’re doing the Jackie Mason Musical on Saturday the 13th and Sunday the 14th – comedy can be romantic!

Here are some offers from Groupon:
Deals at Sakred Nightclub (Palmetto & Powerline)
$79 deal on hair straightening, 441 near Palmetto
$35 for adult swim fitness classes, in Mission Bay south of Glades and west of 441
Golf lessons at Osprey Point (South County Regional Park)
Two weeks of unlimited Pure Barre for $39, in Westwinds plaza (Home Depot)

Be wary of private companies selling copies of deeds and other documents

From the Palm Beach County Clerk:
Be wary of private companies selling copies of deeds and other documents
Several Palm Beach County residents have called my office because they recently received official-looking solicitations in the mail from companies selling certified copies of property deeds. I encourage everyone to be cautious of private companies trying to sell public records that can be easily obtained at the courthouse or online.
These companies often send letters advertising the government’s recommendation that all citizens have certified copies of their records, such as property deeds. They then offer copies of the records for fees ranging from $40 to $89 or even more.

Sharon Bock
Sharon Bock

Uncertified copies may be downloaded and printed for free by using the Official Records search on our website.
Certified copies of Deeds and other official records can be obtained from my office for just a few dollars — not for the excessive prices these companies are charging. You can obtain documents from the Clerk’s office for $1 per page and they can be certified for an additional $2.
In addition to property deeds, other public records available from our office include mortgages, liens, court judgments, marriage licenses and tax deeds.
Solicitations like this may be legal, but they are misleading. Every few years, we hear from residents who have received these notices and want to know what they should do. I want to remind people that this information is readily available online and at the courthouse – there is no need to pay that kind of money to view a public records database when you can easily find one on the internet.
For more information on receiving copies of your public records, please contact the Records Services Center at (561) 355-2976.
Best regards,
Sharon R. Bock, Esq.
Clerk & Comptroller
Palm Beach County

Boca Theater & Automation Opens New Facility in Hamptons Plaza

Boca Theater and Automation (“BTA”) the premier provider of turn-key, custom built luxury A/V and building automation systems in South Florida, announced today that it will be relocating its corporate headquarters and Technology Experience Center to a brand new state-of-the-art facility in Boca Raton, Florida. West Boca locals may remember them in their previous location next door to Ben’s Deli in The Reserve shopping center at 441 and Clint Moore.
“This move is a milestone in the evolution of our business,” said BTA’s CEO and Founder Jeff Galea. “We reached a turning point that necessitated choosing a new location that would not only accommodate our growing team, but also better serve our customers. We can now showcase the top of the line systems we are proud to provide, and demonstrate the value we bring to these solutions. We could not have taken this company to the next level without the incredible support of our customers, the talented BTA staff, and the close relationships we have cultivated with the manufacturers with whom we partner.”
The new 8,500 sq. ft. facility located in Hamptons Plaza (on the southwest corner of Lyons and Kimberly) features the latest technology for collaboration with BTA’s customers and partners. Featuring audiovisual displays capable of demonstrating BTA’s cutting edge integration techniques, a fabrication facility designed for enhanced productivity and quality assurance, and a workspace for employees that maximizes the flow of information through the use of the latest networking technologies, BTA is poised to transform the luxury A/V industry. The former Wells Fargo Building was also retrofitted with premier LED and solar lighting throughout, providing an energy efficient and optimal lighting environment for our customers and staff.
“This new facility is equipped with all the necessary resources for our experienced in-house staff to have complete flexibility in testing, designing, installing, and supporting customized integrated solutions for our clients nationwide,” said BTA’s General Manager, David Vranicar. “This high-quality workspace will help us continue to attract and retain the most qualified talent in the industry.”
BTA’s new Technology Experience Center and corporate address is 9020 Kimberly Blvd., Boca Raton, Florida 33434.

About BTA:
Boca Theater and Automation is a premier provider of turn-key custom built, luxury A/V and building automation systems in South Florida. They create easy to use systems that simplify your life, increase safety and save energy. Founded in 2001 by Jeff Galea, BTA is focused on delivering luxury A/V and building automation systems to residential and commercial properties. The systems integrate entertainment, lighting, shading, climate, communications, security and life safety controls into your home or office environment.
For more information about Boca Theater and Automation visit www.bocatheater.com or call 561-999-9024.
This article was sponsored by Boca Theater and Automation.

Deals on Deva Curls Hair Care Products: West Boca Stores and Online

hairLast year, I took my daughter to Curls Rock Hair Studio in Boca Raton and discovered DevaCurl. DevaCurl makes hair products for girls and women with curly hair. This wonderful product really enhanced her curls and cut down on the frizz. Her hair has never looked better! Unfortunately, these hair products are not cheap.
Luckily I discovered that Amazon is selling the 32 oz size for under $30. Other DevaCurl products are also being sold at very good discounts.

In comparison, Sephora sells a 12 oz bottle of the no poo conditioning cleanser for $20 and the 32 oz bottle for $40.  Ulta, located at 9882 Glades Road (Westwinds of Boca, near DSW), sells the same product for $19.95 and $39.95. Harmon Face Values, located in Boca Greens Shopping Center, also sells DevaCurl products. The price is the same as Ulta but you can use a 20% Bed, Bath & Beyond coupon.
If you have curly hair, I highly recommend these products! The Amazon deal is particularly good if you have Amazon Prime’s free shipping.