JoshProvides …
There when you need us

Edward Scharf

It’s hard to believe that November is upon us. Thanksgiving is in sight, family gatherings are back, and holiday shopping has already started. Peak foliage has come and gone in the North, the humidity is going away in the South, and we can look forward to 2023.

But October was different.

Life became anything but normal for many people because of Hurricane Ian. Many were spared the worst, but others weren’t as fortunate. Ian was a stark reminder that the things we do each day that we take for granted, like having power, shopping for gas and food, or going to a friend’s house became challenging, or even impossible for many days.

Much of our team was impacted by Ian. Many lost electricity, some had water damage, some had no water, some had wind damage, and most lost cell phone service for some time. But we are all going to be fine. We are grateful and fortunate.

Our clients face challenges every day, regardless of what they do or where they live. We never stopped receiving requests for help or support. Our team never stopped reviewing requests and replying. That is in part because our clients have issues that are far more serious than weather, which is often predictable. Our clients are real people who need real help with practical things, every day. Whether it’s help with getting a device which helps to detect seizures, or needing help with transportation to medical appointments, JoshProvides is here for those we serve 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days per year. Medicine helps some, but not all. Our clients need our help and support with things that most of us take for granted, and they deserve it.

Seizures impact people and families and can change lives forever. JoshProvides stands ready to help those in need by doing real things for real people, every day, rain or shine.

JoshProvides is always open. We didn’t close during the hurricane and we never will.