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Working Together

The Criminal Justice System involves many agencies working together to ensure that our country is a safe place to live. These agencies include the Police, The Crown Prosecution Service, Prison Service, Probation Service, Magistrates Courts, Crown Courts and many others. For more information about the Criminal Justice System visit the GOV.UK website’s Crime and Justice page .

The Criminal Justice System

The CPS works in partnership with the police, courts, the Home Office, the Ministry of Justice and other agencies throughout the Criminal Justice System.

For comprehensive information about the Criminal Justice System (CJS) please visit the GOV.UK website’s Crime and Justice page .

Others in the Criminal Justice System

The Law Officers

The Attorney General fulfils the role of chief legal adviser to the government and superintends the principal prosecuting authorities within England and Wales. These are the Crown Prosecution Service and the Serious Fraud Office. The Attorney General also has overall responsibility for the Treasury Solicitor’s Department, the National Fraud Authority and Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate, and fulfils a number of independent public interest functions. The Attorney General for England and Wales also holds the office of Advocate General for Northern Ireland. For more information about the Law Officers go to www.gov.uk/government/organisations/attorney-generals-office .

The Ministry of Justice

The Ministry of Justice has responsibility for different parts of the justice system – the courts, prisons, probation services and attendance centres. Its work spans criminal, civil and family justice, democracy, rights and the constitution. For more information about the Ministry of Justice, go to www.gov.uk/government/organisations/ministry-of-justice

The Home Office

The Home Office is the lead government department for immigration and passports, drugs policy, crime, counter-terrorism and police. For more information about the Home Office go to www.gov.uk/government/organisations/home-office .

The Serious Fraud Office

The Serious Fraud Office prosecutes serious or complex fraud, and corruption. For more information about the Serious Fraud Office go to www.sfo.gov.uk .

The Courts

Provide administration of the civil, family and criminal courts in England and Wales.

Advocates representing the CPS prosecute the majority of the criminal cases that are heard within the magistrates’ courts and the Crown Courts. Magistrates’ courts deal with the less serious criminal offences. Youth courts are special magistrates’ courts which deal with all but the most serious charges against people aged between 10 (the age of criminal responsibility) and under 18. Crown Courts deal with the most serious offences, which are triable by judge and jury. For more information about the courts go to www.justice.gov.uk/about/hmcts .

The Police

There are 43 police forces across England and Wales responsible for the investigation of crime, collection of evidence and the arrest or detention of suspected offenders. Once a suspect is held, in minor cases the police decide whether to caution them, take no further action, issue a fixed penalty notice or refer to the CPS for a conditional caution, or in the more serious cases, send the papers to the CPS to decide upon prosecution. For more information, go to your local police force website through the Police Services Portal at www.police.uk .

The National Offender Management Service (NOMS)

The National Offender Management Service provides administration of correctional services in England and Wales through Her Majesty’s Prison Service and the Probation Service. Prison and probation services ensure the sentences of the courts are properly carried out and work with offenders to tackle the causes of their offending behaviour – www.justice.gov.uk/about/noms .

Her Majesty’s Crown Prosecution Service Inspectorate (HMCPSI)

HMCPSI is an independent organisation that inspects and reports on the operations of The Crown Prosecution Service. For more information go to www.justiceinspectorates.gov.uk/hmcpsi/ .


Advocate Home Care – Private Duty Nursing – American In Home Care

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Advocate Home Care

Advocate Home Care Services, which was founded in Southeast Florida and rapidly grew to provide services to include Southwest Florida and the Tampa Bay area, is now part of American In-Home Care. Their commitment to providing clients access to quality and affordable non-medical care that allows them to live full and dignified lives, while maintaining their independence continues today as part of American In-Home Care.

American In-Home Care began as American Home Companions (AHC), which was founded in 1992 by Don Reynolds a former Methodist minister. He visited many seniors in nursing homes and witnessed first-hand the indignity that many elders suffered due to inadequate elder care. He formed American Home Companions to allow seniors, including his own mother, to continue to live in the comfort of their own homes with an in-home caregiver.

His mother’s experience mirrors many of our clients’. As we age, our circle of friends, places, and interests slowly diminishes, and we become dependent upon others for many activities of daily living and social interaction. That is why at Advocate Home Care services and American In-Home Care, we believe that being independent should not mean being alone.

If you know a friend, family member, or neighbor that could benefit form our home care we are ready to help. We offer free, no obligation consultations, including an in-home personalized assessment, and present care providers for approval, with confidence that our rigorous screening process and guaranteed match philosophy will provide an exceptional experience for our clients.

Florida Nurse Registry License #’s 30211504,30211733, 30211535, 30211531,30211710, 30211503

Contact Us

When you first engage with Advocate, one of our Client Care Liaisons will meet with you to assess your loved one’s needs and make appropriate care arrangements. A Client Care Liaison is assigned to each client and serves as their single point-of-contact at Advocate. They are available to assist clients at any point along the way. Additionally, a Registered Nurse can complete a nursing assessment and develop a care plan at your request.

Care providers offer care on an hourly or live-in basis, up to 24 hours, 7 days per week including holidays. This schedule is devised by the client and/or family depending upon the care needs.

Partial List of Services

Companionship
Homemaker
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Veterans Aid Attendance Care
Safety and Security
Light Housekeeping
Respite Care
Grocery shopping
Errands and incidental transportation
Meal preparation
Monitoring diet
Medication reminders
Conversation, social contact and activities
Clothing selection
Cleaning kitchens and / or bathrooms
Laundry
Changing linens
Nurse Assessments
Dressing
Toileting
Mobility Support and Ambulation or walking
Hygiene
Grooming
Bathing Physical Assistance
Assistance with eating
Help with Activities of Daily Living or ADL’s
Live-In Caregivers
Observation
24 / 7 care
Hospice support

Welcome Care Providers

Are you a care provider interested in working with the elderly?

Advocate Home Care Services, now part of American In-Home Care, refers qualified care providers that have the special skills, credentials, and personality it takes to be an in home caregiver. We offer assignments to care providers where they may assume several roles; acting as a friend, confidant, advocate, and more – while sharing in people’s life experiences.

To meet these challenges it takes an exceptional combination of professional and interpersonal skills in order to promote the clients’ health, whether caring for an older adult, the disabled or others. In-home caregivers can help clients maintain their independence and quality of life without relying solely on themselves or their families.

Advocate Home Care Services – a better opportunity

Recognizing the critical role that care providers represent in the delivery of quality home care services, we pay particular attention to the needs of both the client and the care provider. At Advocate Home Care Services successful care provider registants may.

Receive top rates within the home care industry
Maintain independence and control as your own boss
Choose opportunities that best match their lifestyle and schedule
Select from a variety of cases including live-in, overnight, and hourly
Enjoy the benefits of local Client Care Coordinators to ensure the volume and type of work desired
Find opportunities throughout Florida
Benefit from our reputation for exceptional client service since 1992
Placements available for all types of caregivers

We are a rapidly growing referral agency with placements available for all types of care providers. As a result of our extensive direct sales organization of Client Care Liaisons, and other marketing efforts including TV, print and internet advertising, we have placements available for Companions Homemakers, Home Health Aides – HHA’s, Certified Nursing Assistants – CNA’s, Registered Nurses – RN’s, and Licensed Practical Nurses – LPN’s, throughout Florida. Please see Our Locations for coverage area.

A cornerstone of Advocate’s culture and philosophy, is to give back to the community through charities and community service. Listed below are some philanthropic organizations in which Advocate is actively involved:





Advocate Hospice Review – Nursing Homes in Downers Grove, IL – BBB

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Advocate Hospice

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Reason for Rating

Factors that raised the rating for Advocate Hospice include:

  • Length of time business has been operating
  • No complaints filed with BBB

Customer Complaints Summary

0 complaints closed with BBB in last 3 years | 0 closed in last 12 months

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You have questions about costs, eligibility, claim denials and much more. We have answers.

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We help when you can’t work because of back, neck and spinal cord injuries, heart conditions, chronic pain, and more.

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Mental impairments such as depression, PTSD, anxiety or panic disorders can keep you from working. We can help.

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If you are disabled due to an injury or illness and can’t work, getting the medical care you need and paying your monthly bills can be impossible to do without Social Security Disability benefits.

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At Midwest Disability. our focus is on helping people get the benefits they’re entitled to under the law. In fact, this is the only work do. And with more than 50 years of combined experience representing the injured and disabled, we can represent you efficiently while providing the personal and caring service you need to overcome today’s difficulties.

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Advocate for Hospice #hospice #house

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Advocate for Hospice

Advocate for Hospice

Since 1986, the Medicare Hospice Benefit has been available to all Americans who qualify for Medicare. Today, hospice programs face more challenges as they work to comply with an aging Medicare population, new regulatory requirements, and shrinking budgets. Now more than ever, hospice needs to have a strong and unified voice on Capitol Hill. Our community needs to educate Congress on the value of hospice in the US. To do this, we need the help of committed Hospice Advocates- like you.

The Hospice Action Network is the Advocacy Affiliate of NHPCO. Its mission is to advocate, with one voice, for policies that ensure the best care for patients and families facing the end of life. The Hospice Action Network fights to ensure compassionate, high-quality care for all Americans facing a life-limiting illness by:

  • Expanding an ongoing and influential presence on Capitol Hill,
  • Mobilizing a growing network of Hospice Advocates throughout the nation,
  • Empowering, through new and innovative techniques, an interactive community connecting the public with Hospice Advocacy, and
  • Cultivating relationships with the media to highlight issues impacting end-of-life care.

Join us! Anyone can become a Hospice Advocate. You don’t have to work for a hospice program, or even volunteer for one. If you care about the direction of end-of-life care in this country, we welcome you! There are also many different levels of involvement:





Advocate Home Care – Private Duty Nursing – American In Home Care

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Advocate Home Care

Advocate Home Care Services, which was founded in Southeast Florida and rapidly grew to provide services to include Southwest Florida and the Tampa Bay area, is now part of American In-Home Care. Their commitment to providing clients access to quality and affordable non-medical care that allows them to live full and dignified lives, while maintaining their independence continues today as part of American In-Home Care.

American In-Home Care began as American Home Companions (AHC), which was founded in 1992 by Don Reynolds a former Methodist minister. He visited many seniors in nursing homes and witnessed first-hand the indignity that many elders suffered due to inadequate elder care. He formed American Home Companions to allow seniors, including his own mother, to continue to live in the comfort of their own homes with an in-home caregiver.

His mother’s experience mirrors many of our clients’. As we age, our circle of friends, places, and interests slowly diminishes, and we become dependent upon others for many activities of daily living and social interaction. That is why at Advocate Home Care services and American In-Home Care, we believe that being independent should not mean being alone.

If you know a friend, family member, or neighbor that could benefit form our home care we are ready to help. We offer free, no obligation consultations, including an in-home personalized assessment, and present care providers for approval, with confidence that our rigorous screening process and guaranteed match philosophy will provide an exceptional experience for our clients.

Florida Nurse Registry License #’s 30211504,30211733, 30211535, 30211531,30211710, 30211503

Contact Us

When you first engage with Advocate, one of our Client Care Liaisons will meet with you to assess your loved one’s needs and make appropriate care arrangements. A Client Care Liaison is assigned to each client and serves as their single point-of-contact at Advocate. They are available to assist clients at any point along the way. Additionally, a Registered Nurse can complete a nursing assessment and develop a care plan at your request.

Care providers offer care on an hourly or live-in basis, up to 24 hours, 7 days per week including holidays. This schedule is devised by the client and/or family depending upon the care needs.

Partial List of Services

Companionship
Homemaker
Alzheimer’s and Dementia Care
Veterans Aid Attendance Care
Safety and Security
Light Housekeeping
Respite Care
Grocery shopping
Errands and incidental transportation
Meal preparation
Monitoring diet
Medication reminders
Conversation, social contact and activities
Clothing selection
Cleaning kitchens and / or bathrooms
Laundry
Changing linens
Nurse Assessments
Dressing
Toileting
Mobility Support and Ambulation or walking
Hygiene
Grooming
Bathing Physical Assistance
Assistance with eating
Help with Activities of Daily Living or ADL’s
Live-In Caregivers
Observation
24 / 7 care
Hospice support

Welcome Care Providers

Are you a care provider interested in working with the elderly?

Advocate Home Care Services, now part of American In-Home Care, refers qualified care providers that have the special skills, credentials, and personality it takes to be an in home caregiver. We offer assignments to care providers where they may assume several roles; acting as a friend, confidant, advocate, and more – while sharing in people’s life experiences.

To meet these challenges it takes an exceptional combination of professional and interpersonal skills in order to promote the clients’ health, whether caring for an older adult, the disabled or others. In-home caregivers can help clients maintain their independence and quality of life without relying solely on themselves or their families.

Advocate Home Care Services – a better opportunity

Recognizing the critical role that care providers represent in the delivery of quality home care services, we pay particular attention to the needs of both the client and the care provider. At Advocate Home Care Services successful care provider registants may.

Receive top rates within the home care industry
Maintain independence and control as your own boss
Choose opportunities that best match their lifestyle and schedule
Select from a variety of cases including live-in, overnight, and hourly
Enjoy the benefits of local Client Care Coordinators to ensure the volume and type of work desired
Find opportunities throughout Florida
Benefit from our reputation for exceptional client service since 1992
Placements available for all types of caregivers

We are a rapidly growing referral agency with placements available for all types of care providers. As a result of our extensive direct sales organization of Client Care Liaisons, and other marketing efforts including TV, print and internet advertising, we have placements available for Companions Homemakers, Home Health Aides – HHA’s, Certified Nursing Assistants – CNA’s, Registered Nurses – RN’s, and Licensed Practical Nurses – LPN’s, throughout Florida. Please see Our Locations for coverage area.

A cornerstone of Advocate’s culture and philosophy, is to give back to the community through charities and community service. Listed below are some philanthropic organizations in which Advocate is actively involved:





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Compassion. Integrity. Excellence.

Compassus is dedicated to clinical excellence, compassionate care, and providing comfort and support to patients and their families facing end-of-life issues. Focusing on the quality of life remaining, Compassus provides effective symptom control and care that focuses on the whole individual – addressing physical, psychological, social and spiritual needs.

At Compassus, our mission is to provide hospice care to terminally ill patients and their families with Compassion, Integrity, and Excellence. The Colleagues of Compassus are committed to keeping The Hospice Promise by delivering the highest quality of care, serving the needs of patients and families and spreading the stories of hospice to those whom they come into contact. Our goal is to provide the greatest possible comfort and care for those who experience one of life’s most intimate and challenging moments.

Compassus also provides palliative care to improve quality of life for patients and families who may also be seeking aggressive treatment for their serious illness. Compassus palliative care services can offer relief from symptoms and pain and a care plan based on your values and needs.

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  • Terminally ill – death with dignity – advocate dies #city #palms #motel

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    Terminally ill death with dignity advocate dies

    PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — A terminally ill woman who renewed a nationwide debate about physician-assisted suicide has ended her young life with the lethal drugs available under Oregon’s Death With Dignity Law. Brittany Maynard was 29.

    Maynard, who had brain cancer, died peacefully in her bedroom Saturday “in the arms of her loved ones,” said Sean Crowley, a spokesman for the advocacy group Compassion Choices.

    Weeks ago, Maynard had said she might use the lethal drugs Nov. 1, just a couple weeks short of her 30th birthday. Last week, she said she might delay the day. But she went ahead with her original plan.

    Crowley said Maynard “suffered increasingly frequent and longer seizures, severe head and neck pain, and stroke-like symptoms. As symptoms grew more severe, she chose to abbreviate the dying process by taking the aid-in-dying medication she had received months ago.”

    Before dying, Maynard tried to live life as fully as she could. She and her husband, Dan Diaz, took a trip to the Grand Canyon last month — fulfilling a wish on Maynard’s “bucket list.”

    Maynard has been in the national spotlight for a month since publicizing that she and her husband had moved to Oregon from California so that she could take advantage of this state’s Death With Dignity Law. The law allows terminally ill patients to end their lives with lethal drugs prescribed by a doctor.

    The debate over physician-assisted suicide is not new, but Maynard’s youth and vitality before she became ill brought the discussion to a younger generation.

    Working with Compassion Choices, Maynard used her story to speak out for the right of terminally ill people like herself to end their lives on their own terms.

    Maynard’s choice to end her life has not been without controversy. Some religious groups and others opposed to physician-assisted suicide have voiced objections.

    Janet Morana, executive director of the group Priests for Life, said in a statement after hearing of Maynard’s death: “We are saddened by the fact that this young woman gave up hope, and now our concern is for other people with terminal illnesses who may contemplate following her example. Our prayer is that these people will find the courage to live every day to the fullest until God calls them home. Brittany’s death was not a victory for a political cause. It was a tragedy, hastened by despair and aided by the culture of death invading our country.”

    Maynard told The Associated Press last month that she and her husband and other relatives accepted her choice.

    “I think in the beginning my family members wanted a miracle; they wanted a cure for my cancer.” she said. “When we all sat down and looked at the facts, there isn’t a single person that loves me that wishes me more pain and more suffering.”

    Oregon was the first U.S. state to make it legal for a doctor to prescribe a life-ending drug to a terminally ill patient of sound mind who makes the request. The patient must swallow the drug without help; it is illegal for a doctor to administer it.

    More than 750 people in Oregon used the law to die as of Dec. 31, 2013. The median age of the deceased is 71. Only six were younger than 35.

    The state does not track how many terminally ill people move to Oregon to die. A patient must prove to a doctor that they are living in Oregon. Some examples of documentation include a rental agreement, a voter registration card or a driver’s license.

    Oregon voters approved the Death with Dignity Act in 1994, then reaffirmed it with 60 percent of the vote in 1997.

    Four other states — Washington, Montana, Vermont and New Mexico — allow patients to seek aid in dying.

    Maynard was born Nov. 19, 1984. She received an undergraduate degree from the University of California, Berkeley, and a master’s in education from UC Irvine.

    Maynard had an adventuresome spirit. She taught at orphanages in Nepal and also spent time in Vietnam, Cambodia, Laos and Costa Rica. She climbed Kilimanjaro a month before marrying Diaz in September 2012.

    She was diagnosed with brain cancer on New Year’s Day of this year and was told she had six months to live.

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    Advocate for Hospice

    Advocate for Hospice

    Since 1986, the Medicare Hospice Benefit has been available to all Americans who qualify for Medicare. Today, hospice programs face more challenges as they work to comply with an aging Medicare population, new regulatory requirements, and shrinking budgets. Now more than ever, hospice needs to have a strong and unified voice on Capitol Hill. Our community needs to educate Congress on the value of hospice in the US. To do this, we need the help of committed Hospice Advocates- like you.

    The Hospice Action Network is the Advocacy Affiliate of NHPCO. Its mission is to advocate, with one voice, for policies that ensure the best care for patients and families facing the end of life. The Hospice Action Network fights to ensure compassionate, high-quality care for all Americans facing a life-limiting illness by:

    • Expanding an ongoing and influential presence on Capitol Hill,
    • Mobilizing a growing network of Hospice Advocates throughout the nation,
    • Empowering, through new and innovative techniques, an interactive community connecting the public with Hospice Advocacy, and
    • Cultivating relationships with the media to highlight issues impacting end-of-life care.

    Join us! Anyone can become a Hospice Advocate. You don’t have to work for a hospice program, or even volunteer for one. If you care about the direction of end-of-life care in this country, we welcome you! There are also many different levels of involvement:





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    Mission Statement

    Our mission is to serve the health needs of individuals, families, and communities through a wholistic philosophy rooted in our fundamental understanding of human beings as created in the image of God. Advocate Health Care is guided by five core values: compassion, equality, excellence, partnership and stewardship.

    Description

    Advocate Hospice is a full service hospice that provides quality end of life care to patients and their loved ones. Staff and volunteers provide patients with physical, emotional, social and spiritual support. Patients are serviced throughout the Chicagoland area where ever they call home i.e. nursing home, their home, assisted living or hospital. The goal of our volunteer program is to support and encourage our patients and their loved ones through service and acts of kindness and compassion.

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    Reviews

    Average Review 3 reviews

    Would you recommend Advocate Hospice-Lake Zurich Des Plaines?

    by Margaret L. (4 декабря 2010 г.)

    I have been a volunteer with Advocate Hospice for over a year. I agree with Nancy M. that the staff is so dedicated and caring. Advocate Hospice is a wonderful organization that cares for their patients, families and their volunteers. I find it very rewarding to know that I may have made some smile, given respite care for a family member or just lent an ear when needed. Kudos to a wonderful organization!

    by Heather H. from Lake Zurich, IL (3 декабря 2010 г.)

    Everyone in this organization is so dedicated and caring. They support the patients and families and each other so well. The training is amazing and convenient. They always tell us how much they value their volunteers and make us feel like strong members of the team. The government requires vounteer involvement so our committment is vital. If you want to make a difference, vounteering for the Advocate Hospice is terrific and rewarding. -Nancy M, pet therapy volunteer

    by Nancy M. (2 декабря 2010 г.)

    Everyone in this organization is so dedicated and caring. They support the patients and families and each other so well. The training is amazing and convenient. They always tell us how much they value their volunteers and make us feel like strong members of the team. The government requires vounteer involvement so our committment is vital. If you want to make a difference, vounteering for the Advocate Hospice is terrific and rewarding.