Despite various government mandates and stay-at-home orders, it has never been more important to remain physically active. As the Co-Founder of HomeAssist Home Health Services, Frank De-Levi explains that staying active is not only an investment in your physical health but your mental health as well. While gyms, activity centers, and fitness studios are closed, Frank De-Levi highlights that there are dozens of easy activities you can do in the comfort of your own home.

1. Find a Place to Stretch

Frank De-Levi stresses that physical activity does not need to be high intensity or done for long periods of time to be effective. No matter…


As communities re-open amid the Coronavirus pandemic, seniors and their caregivers are hesitant to return to public settings and expand their quarantine bubble. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), the risk for serious illness due to COVID-19 increases with age. Consequently, individuals aged 85 and older are at the highest risk of being hospitalized or dying from the virus. For instance, recent statistics show that adults over 65 make up eight out of ten reported COVID-19 deaths in the United States. “The immune system weakens with age. Since it’s hard for older adults to fend off…


As the pandemic develops, it is becoming clear that providing medical care in the home setting is a useful strategy for diminishing and controlling the spread of COVID-19. Home healthcare is an essential service that delivers crucial support to seniors, individuals with chronic disabling conditions, patients recuperating from injuries, and people at the end of life. “The elderly and individuals with enduring diseases are at a higher risk of obtaining COVID-19, and hospitals and long-term care facilities may be unsafe for these individuals to receive care,” says Frank De-Levi of HomeAssist Home Health Services. The CDC reports that older adults…


Many people believe that the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on an extremely unfriendly environment in which to start a new business. However, there are always opportunities for people with fresh, creative ideas and solid plans for making them work.

Today’s difficult business climate means that only the strongest companies will survive. Some sectors of the economy are experiencing severe cutbacks, like restaurants and non-essential businesses like gyms that also have a high potential for spreading the virus. Surprisingly, there are sectors where the pandemic is actually creating opportunities.

Frank De-Levi explains how you can start a new business during COVID-19


At-home care seems to have it all: affordability, safety, security, and comfort. Unsurprisingly, there is a growing demand for home care services. However, multiple obstacles need to be overcome by family and caregivers alike to provide the best quality care for your loved one.

Frank De-Levi, who runs a medical home health agency, HomeAssists Home Health Services, understands the challenges that families face when searching for reliable at-home care. Covering everything from patient preference to communication and risks, Frank De-Levi is outlining everything you need to consider before choosing at-home care for your loved one.

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When your elderly loved one requires additional care, your family members must make several vital considerations before selecting a care facility. The COVID-19 pandemic has made home services particularly appealing, as it has exposed the vulnerability of nursing homes. Home services allow your elderly loved one to receive care in the comfort of their home instead of in a hospital or long-term care facility. Frank De-Levi, who runs a medical home health agency, HomeAssists Home Health Services, believes that at-home care provides families with an affordable, safe, and personal experience that is unmatched by other long-term facilities. …


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. This helps maintain safety and care in the home for patients and it also saves the insurance companies money. It is less expensive to have a nurse from a home health…

Frank De-Levi

Co-Founder of HomeAssist Home Health Services | Pacifica, CA | www. frankdelevi.com

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