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Earlier this week, one of our out-of-date/ damaged buses was lent to the Chippewa School District and Fire Department before we send it to the scrap yard. Local police and rescue units were able to use the bus for rescue drill training throughout the day.

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Our newest 12 teachers had orientation earlier today, learning about the schools, and meeting staff! They were also treated to lunch at Outback Steak House! Welcome to the Roseville Community Schools family! # rosevillepride

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REMINDER! All students and parents/ guardians of RHS students in Special Education, please join us Tomorrow, August 30th from 8:00am to 10:00am for the RHS Transition Conference!

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All students and parents/ guardians of RHS students in Special Education, please join us on August 30th from 8:00am to 10:00am for the RHS Transition Conference!

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On Wednesday night, Roseville Community Schools partnered with Macomb Mall for their Back To School Supply Drive and Family Fun Night! Thanks to our RHS REST Club, Cheer Team, and Dance Team for providing the entertainment, and the many volunteers who came out to support the event! We were able to…

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Come out and see us now at Macomb Mall for their Supply Drive and Family Fun Night! Our RHS Cheer Team, Dance Teams and REST Clubs are here to entertain, and there s lots of free activities for kids!

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Caring for a hospice patient can be very overwhelming. Our experienced and caring team can help allay your fears and offer you the guidance you need. As the only nonprofit hospice organization headquartered in the Temecula Valley, Hospice of the Valleys has been a resource to area residents for comfort, care, and education.

Hospice of the Valleys wants your loved one as comfortable as possible as they journey towards life’s end. We are honored to offer our care wherever you call home, whether it be a nursing facility, assisted living residence, or private home. If you feel you or a loved one is in need of hospice care, please call us.

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    Michigan Community VNA is here for you when and where you need us, at every stage of life.

    We’re proud to carry on a tradition born in 1898—a tradition of providing essential home health care, hospice and wellness services that help people regain movement, restore health, retain independence and reap the benefits of wellness. Whether you’re a physician, individual or leader of an organization, we’re here to serve you, your patients and your employees with experience, compassion and integrity.

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    When the time for curative treatment has passed, our hospice team provides care focused on symptom and pain relief, emotional and spiritual support and other services that can make all the difference for individuals and their family. It’s never easy to let go, but with the help of hospice caregivers and volunteers, it can be a way to transition from life, at home, surrounded by the people you love.

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    En español l For years, Marcia Andrews visited the same internist in Washington, D.C. Then she turned 65, got her Medicare card and had to find a new doctor: Her internist was not accepting Medicare patients. Primary care doctors are in such demand now that they can choose not to accept Medicare, whose reimbursements to physicians are lower than private insurance rates.

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    More and more people, especially Medicare patients, are having trouble finding a doctor.

    The doctor shortage is worse than most people think, says Steven Berk, M.D. dean of the School of Medicine at Texas Tech University. The population is getting older, so there’s a greater need for primary care physicians. At the same time, physicians are getting older, too, and they’re retiring earlier, Berk says. And graying doctors — nearly half the nation’s 830,000 physicians are over age 50 — are seeing fewer patients than they did four years ago, a 2012 Physicians Foundation survey reported.

    Soon, this fraying primary care network will face another huge challenge: Under the Affordable Care Act. millions of formerly uninsured men and women will have access to health care.

    We need to absorb these 30 million people, and that’s going to be a strain, says Russell Phillips, M.D. director of Harvard Medical School’s new Center for Primary Care.

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    The approach most favored by experts at Harvard and elsewhere is to reshape traditional primary care: from a stream of patients waiting to see one harried doctor to a more efficient team practice in which patients with routine problems are seen by nurse-practitioners and physician assistants — trained specialists with master’s degrees. The team frees the doctor to spend more time with patients with more serious complaints.This change could be as fundamental as the one that took place when most family doctors stopped making Marcus Welby-like house calls.

    The Affordable Care Act encourages such a sea change, with provisions that aim to shore up and expand the country’s ailing primary care system while still reducing costs.

    The ACA authorizes money to increase the primary care workforce by training more doctors, nurses, nurse-practitioners and physician assistants. It includes more graduate medical education training positions, with priorities for primary care and general surgery, and more money for scholarships and loans for all health professionals. The law expands the number of patients seen at community health centers in areas with too few doctors and increases the number of staffers who work in the centers. It also expands nurse-managed clinics at nursing schools where nurses in training see patients who live in the area.

    Another key provision: a 10 percent bonus, through 2015, to primary care doctors who offer services to Medicare patients.

    But in these times of shrinking federal budgets, it’s unclear how much ACA primary care money will be available as Congress juggles competing priorities. Congress, for example, already has chopped about $6.25 billion from the ACA’s new $15 billion Prevention and Public Health Fund, which pays for programs to reduce obesity, stop smoking and otherwise promote good health. In addition, federal support for training all types of physicians, including primary care doctors, is targeted for cuts by President Obama and Congress, Republicans and Democrats, says Christiane Mitchell, director of federal affairs for the Association of American Medical Colleges, who calls the proposed cuts catastrophic.

    A recent study by the Institute of Medicine and the National Research Council reports that, when compared with citizens of 16 other high-income democracies, including those of Western Europe, Japan and Canada, Americans not only die younger but have poorer overall health. The researchers traced U.S. health disadvantages to a number of causes, including the fact that Americans have more limited access to primary care.

    Where have all the doctors gone?

    Today, the United States is short about 16,000 primary care doctors — the very doctors (family practitioners, internists and pediatricians) who offer the treatments and preventive screenings that save lives and head off expensive emergency room visits and hospitalizations.

    Why the shortage? It starts with huge medical school debts and ends with a doctor who is often overworked and underpaid. While students may enter medical school wanting to practice primary care medicine, they graduate saddled with heavy debt — $250,000 is not unusual — which prompts them to switch to a more lucrative specialty. The starting salary for a primary care physician is $150,000 to $170,000; a radiologist or gastroenterologist can make two to three times that.

    Only one in five graduating internal medicine residents plans to go into primary care medicine, the Journal of the American Medical Association reports.

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    Looking for a Doctor?

    The best place to start is your state medical association. Many provide doctor directories that often include new doctors just setting up practice.

    If you’re a Medicare beneficiary, go to medicare.gov . Under Forms, Help and Resources on the home page, select Find doctors, hospitals and facilities. Type in your ZIP code and you’ll get a drop-down menu of medical specialties, including primary care. The tool provides contact information for doctors according to the criteria you enter — geographic location, specialty, etc. Call the office to check whether the doctor is still taking new patients.

    Clay Buchanan, a former lawyer, is one of those graduating in May. At 48, the Little Rock, Ark. resident is older than most medical students. He shadowed a family doctor as part of his training — and was hooked. By noon the first day, I loved it, Buchanan says.

    New York University and several other colleges are planning to experiment with a three-year program.

    Health clinics offer primary care

    Community health centers offer another form of primary care. Nationwide, the centers serve 20 million patients a year using a team approach, and are open to all on a sliding fee scale. Under the ACA, they are expected to double their capacity to 40 million patients by 2015. To entice doctors to work at these centers, the National Health Service Corps repays up to $120,000 in loans for each doctor in return for four years’ service.

    Technology, including telemedicine — which could reduce patient trips to the doctor’s office — also should help expand health care.

    Another way to increase health services is to give physician extenders — nurses and other medical professionals — more autonomy. Patricia Grady, director of the National Institute of Nursing Research at the National Institutes of Health, supports increasing the role of trained nurses, allowing them to set up independent practices where they could do physical exams and advise patients on exercise and diet.

    But that position has met with some resistance. The American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Association (AMA) favor training more physicians and nurses but want to keep nurses in teams led by doctors.

    Nurses and foreign doctors

    Permitting more foreign doctors to practice here also would increase the pool of primary care providers. Last fall, President Obama signed a three-year extension of a visa waiver program that allows states to place 30 foreign medical school graduates a year in medically underserved areas for three years. Most remain in the communities after they satisfy their commitment. Still, the shortage is so acute, even the AMA is lobbying Congress to increase to 50 the number of foreign-educated doctors each state is allowed.

    In the meantime, more Americans are anxiously searching for a primary care doctor — or waiting months to see one. Marcia Andrews, whose Washington doctor refused to take Medicare, finally found a new doctor who does. The search took her 18 months.

    Marsha Mercer is a freelance journalist who lives in the Washington, D.C. area.

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    The gym itself if really cool, but I m here rating an issue I had dealing with both the Fulton Street location in Brooklyn and the corporate office. I had been doubly charged for one full year, and this came to my attention in January. I went to the Fulton Street location, spoke to the manager with the initials LR, who told me she would take care of it. On January 25th I had confirmed my address with her so that the corporate office could send me a refund, in which the manager had told me to expect it in 7-10 business days. On February 21st, I emailed LR asking what the deal was with the refund since I had not received it. She had replied on February 27 telling me I am sorry for the delayed response. I have checked on the status of your refund. There was a slight delay due to our department not being able to view the original email that was sent out. I have sent them all of the proper information and confirmed that they have received it and you will be receiving your refund within the next week and a half. I apologize again for any inconvenience. Please feel free to conntact me with any questions or concerns via email or phone. On March 16th, I emailed LR once again with news that I had not received the refund. No reply. On March 26th, I emailed LR once again with news that I had not received the refund. No reply. On April 4th (two days ago) I called the Fulton Street location and spoke to LR. She told me that she had checked one week ago and was sure that they sent it out then. I asked if she could email me the contact information for the person she is corresponding with so I can contact them directly. She said yes. One second after I hung up the phone with her, I emailed her to remind her to send me the contact information. No reply. It s been three months since I was told I would get a refund.

    Garbage scam fitness company. Try to cancel because you move, good luck. Do not sign up here you can never leave. I tried calling corporate office and the execs phone messages system was full. Run away fast that will help you burn calories

    To Whom It May Concern: As Mahatma Gandhi once said, A customer is the most important visitor on our premises; he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so. I wonder if the staff at Planet Fitness – Canarsie, Brooklyn would benefit from being made aware of this little quote. I have been a member at the Planet Fitness – Canarsie, Brooklyn location for over four years, and as a loyal member I would like to draw your attention to several negative features that have been constantly occurring in the gym over time. First, I have noticed the chronic unsanitary and unhygienic conditions that have been prevailing and persisting for almost a year. Whether it s during peak hours or not, the gym has become a dumping ground filled with filthy paper littered all around the floors; on the machines; and along the walls. Also, the floors are constantly plagued with empty water bottles and the like. Second, the bottles of cleaning solution are almost always empty and/or defective, proving them unable to use. After approaching the front desk to notify them on several occasions, once instance I was told that, my co-worker left to pick-up some food and I m the only one on duty. Even, I m the only one here right now and I m not allowed to leave my post. I find it unacceptable that sanitary inspectors fail to assess the cleanliness of the gym on a regular basis throughout the day, especially on the weekends. Finally, the machines are frequently in a state of disrepair and are inoperable more often than not. This degradation of service is unfortunate because I greatly enjoy exercising at Planet Fitness – Canarsie. I would like to hear from you about your plans for updating and maintaining the gym so that I can decide whether or not to renew my membership for another year. If I have not heard from you soon, I am afraid I will have to cancel my membership indefinitely. I eagerly await your attention to this matter. Respectfully, Ashaki J.

    58.00 cancelation fee on top of an annual fee. It s 2016, enough with the scams. We re not stupid and we all know how easy computers have made enrollment. PS 5 years working in gyms myself.

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    The gym itself if really cool, but I m here rating an issue I had dealing with both the Fulton Street location in Brooklyn and the corporate office.

    I had been doubly charged for one full year, and this came to my attention in January. I went to the Fulton Street location, spoke to the manager with the initials LR, who told me she would take care of it.

    On January 25th I had confirmed my address with her so that the corporate office could send me a refund, in which the manager had told me to expect it in 7-10 business days.

    On February 21st, I emailed LR asking what the deal was with the refund since I had not received it. She had replied on February 27 telling me I am sorry for the delayed response. I have checked on the status of your refund. There was a slight delay due to our department not being able to view the original email that was sent out. I have sent them all of the proper information and confirmed that they have received it and you will be receiving your refund within the next week and a half. I apologize again for any inconvenience. Please feel free to conntact me with any questions or concerns via email or phone.

    On March 16th, I emailed LR once again with news that I had not received the refund. No reply.

    On March 26th, I emailed LR once again with news that I had not received the refund. No reply.

    On April 4th (two days ago) I called the Fulton Street location and spoke to LR. She told me that she had checked one week ago and was sure that they sent it out then. I asked if she could email me the contact information for the person she is corresponding with so I can contact them directly. She said yes. One second after I hung up the phone with her, I emailed her to remind her to send me the contact information. No reply.

    It s been three months since I was told I would get a refund.

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    To Whom It May Concern:

    As Mahatma Gandhi once said, A customer is the most important visitor on our premises; he is not dependent on us. We are dependent on him. He is not an interruption in our work. He is the purpose of it. He is not an outsider in our business. He is part of it. We are not doing him a favor by serving him. He is doing us a favor by giving us an opportunity to do so. I wonder if the staff at Planet Fitness – Canarsie, Brooklyn would benefit from being made aware of this little quote.

    I have been a member at the Planet Fitness – Canarsie, Brooklyn location for over four years, and as a loyal member I would like to draw your attention to several negative features that have been constantly occurring in the gym over time.

    First, I have noticed the chronic unsanitary and unhygienic conditions that have been prevailing and persisting for almost a year. Whether it s during peak hours or not, the gym has become a dumping ground filled with filthy paper littered all around the floors; on the machines; and along the walls. Also, the floors are constantly plagued with empty water bottles and the like.

    Second, the bottles of cleaning solution are almost always empty and/or defective, proving them unable to use. After approaching the front desk to notify them on several occasions, once instance I was told that, my co-worker left to pick-up some food and I m the only one on duty. Even, I m the only one here right now and I m not allowed to leave my post. I find it unacceptable that sanitary inspectors fail to assess the cleanliness of the gym on a regular basis throughout the day, especially on the weekends.

    Finally, the machines are frequently in a state of disrepair and are inoperable more often than not.

    This degradation of service is unfortunate because I greatly enjoy exercising at Planet Fitness – Canarsie. I would like to hear from you about your plans for updating and maintaining the gym so that I can decide whether or not to renew my membership for another year. If I have not heard from you soon, I am afraid I will have to cancel my membership indefinitely. I eagerly await your attention to this matter.

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    Leak Masters – 12 Photos – Plumbing – 408 McGraw St, Queen

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    Kevin was very professional and obviously very knowledgeable in .finding water leaks. He was easy to get a hold of and we were able to get an appointment quickly with him. He arrived on time and got straight to work finding our water leak which turned out to be a very quick process. He clearly knew Plumbing and gave lots of good recommendations to us which were helpful. I would say if you have a water leak and you re not sure where it s that don t call a plumber call Kevin he will find it for you and make sure you get the repairs you re supposed to get and not extra things done. We hired a plumber to find our leak and it cost us almost $1000 without any results before we called Leakmasters. Highly recommended!!

    I contacted Kevin at Leak Masters after weeks of trying to determine why our community water association was experiencing significant water pressure loss. We suspected a large leak was the cause but had not been successful at locating it. After one household lost water I contacted Kevin and he came out on an emergency call. He looked over our well house and utilized a listening device on the pipes around the well house. He walked the water line with us and used his device at every location where we had exposed water lines. He checked the water pressure at every house. He identified one vacant home as a possible cause due to what he heard utilizing his device. He suggested we contact the owner to get into the home to check for leaks. He also pointed out that the drain field for that home was quite green and since the home had been vacant for some time and it had been a dry summer, this seemed unusual. When I finally located the property management company and was able to get into and under the house we found the leak immediately. It was very large and was bubbling like a fountain. Our community association members stepped up and we were able to cut and cap the water line. Once that was done the water pressure returned to normal. I m thankful that Kevin was able to help us pinpoint the cause of our problems. Tolt River Chalet Water Association

    Kevin has worked for me several times on numerous water-related problems. He is incredibly knowledgeable and is willing to spend as much time as it takes to get the job done. I would recommend him to anyone for their leak problems and beyond.

    Leak Masters

    Kevin was very professional and obviously very knowledgeable in .finding water leaks. He was easy to get a hold of and we were able to get an appointment quickly with him. He arrived on time and got straight to work finding our water leak which turned out to be a very quick process. He clearly knew Plumbing and gave lots of good recommendations to us which were helpful. I would say if you have a water leak and you re not sure where it s that don t call a plumber call Kevin he will find it for you and make sure you get the repairs you re supposed to get and not extra things done. We hired a plumber to find our leak and it cost us almost $1000 without any results before we called Leakmasters. Highly recommended!!

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    I contacted Kevin at Leak Masters after weeks of trying to determine why our community water association was experiencing significant water pressure loss. We suspected a large leak was the cause but had not been successful at locating it. After one household lost water I contacted Kevin and he came out on an emergency call. He looked over our well house and utilized a listening device on the pipes around the well house. He walked the water line with us and used his device at every location where we had exposed water lines. He checked the water pressure at every house. He identified one vacant home as a possible cause due to what he heard utilizing his device. He suggested we contact the owner to get into the home to check for leaks. He also pointed out that the drain field for that home was quite green and since the home had been vacant for some time and it had been a dry summer, this seemed unusual. When I finally located the property management company and was able to get into and under the house we found the leak immediately. It was very large and was bubbling like a fountain. Our community association members stepped up and we were able to cut and cap the water line. Once that was done the water pressure returned to normal. I m thankful that Kevin was able to help us pinpoint the cause of our problems.
    Tolt River Chalet Water Association

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    Developing key tools, resources and best practices to be part of the sustainability solution

    Providing a unified voice for communicating with ICT companies, policymakers and the greater sustainability community worldwide

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    Interview with Carmen Hualda, CSR Manager at Atlinks Holding Atlinks Holding is the winner of this year’s Leadership Index in the Manufacture & Assembly of ICT Equipment sector (SMEs). We speak to their CSR-QHSE Manager, Carmen Hualda. Read More Big Data for big impact: Let’s accelerate sustainability progress We now live in an era of exponential growth for data flows driven by the proliferation of connected objects in the Internet of Things (IoT) ecosystem. Read More Innovation our way to the SDGs – a forum summary report The Global e-Sustainability Initiative (GeSI) and Verizon recently hosted a multi-stakeholder forum to identify the potential for information and communications technology (ICT) to catalyze progress towards the 17 UN Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Leaders from the ICT industry, other industry sectors, the technology startup sector, financial community, sustainability NGOs, academia, multilateral organizations, government, and media convened at the Verizon Innovation Center in San Francisco to spend a day focusing on the potential for innovative technology to address four priority solutions core to advancing the SDGs: (1) Food and agriculture; (2) Energy and climate; (3) Smart, sustainable communities; (4) Public health. Read More

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    Online School Blog: Top Three Cheapest Community Colleges in the United States

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    California Community Colleges

    The average yearly cost of resident tuition and fees for a California community college is $780.

    Many California community colleges have waiting lists for enrollment and they charge out of state students (even distance learning students) a hefty $207 per credit.

    Buf if you live in the great state of CA — California residents skate almost free at a mere $26 per unit enrollment fee.

    You can find a search engine for California community college online degrees and courses from California Virtual Campus .

    The network of California Community Colleges is the largest higher education system in the United States. They serve more than 2.9 million students. That would be similar to providing a post-secondary education for every citizen above the age of 16 in the entire country of New Zealand. There are 72 districts and 112 community colleges.

    New Mexico Community Colleges

    New Mexico has nine community colleges. The average yearly cost for resident tuition and fees is $1,125.

    Central New Mexico community college offers 225 online courses for credit making them one of the largest public distance learning institutions in the nation.

    Happily, New Mexico community colleges offer a graduated tuition rate, making them my first choice in the top 3 cheapest community colleges.

    Non resident tuition rates:

    Full Time,
    12-18 credit hours = $2,616

    Per Credit Hour
    1-6 credit hours = $44 per credit hour.
    7-11 credit hours = $218 per credit hour.
    more than 18 credit hours: $2616 plus $218 per credit hour.

    In case you don’t see the significance. you can take up to 6 credits at only $44 each. This allows you to get your feet wet in a part-time program for a very low cost.

    These are the nine New Mexico Community Colleges;

    Central New Mexico Community College, Albuquerque
    Clovis Community College, Clovis
    Dona Ana Community College, Las Cruces
    Luna Community College, Las Vegas
    Mesalands Community College, Tucumcari
    New Mexico Junior College, Hobbs
    New Mexico Military Institute, Roswell
    San Juan College, Farmington
    Santa Fe Community College, Santa Fe

    A sample of online degrees and certificates available from Clovis Community College

    North Carolina Community Colleges

    North Carolina has 58 community colleges. The average yearly cost for resident tuition and fees is $1,684. You can search for online programs and courses from North Carolina Virtual Learning Community.

    In-State Tuition

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    Albright’s ADP curriculum features an accelerated seminar format with intense use of the Internet as well as additional computer technology. Interaction between students is emphasized and much of this collaboration involves applied group activities.

    While traditional classes meet 40-44 hours per semester, Albright’s ADP courses meet for four hours per evening for five to seven weeks. Remaining class time is fulfilled by a combination of Internet usage and independent study.

    Through a special partnership with Reading Area Community College, Delaware County Community College, Harrisburg Area Community College, Lehigh Carbon Community College, Montgomery County Community College, Northampton Community College, and Warren County Community College, most associate degrees (A.A. or A.S.) from these colleges transfer fully to Albright ADP (and acceptance is automatic if all Albright transfer admissions criteria are met.) Albright College offers a $2,500-3,200 Partner Scholarship based on GPA to graduates of these colleges. (Any applicant with an Associates Degree is eligible for a $2,500 scholarship.)

    ADP offers bachelor’s degrees in:

    Accounting: The accelerated program in accounting prepares students for careers in public and private accounting and in obtaining professional certifications. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate school program.

    Business Administration: The accelerated program in business administration prepares students for a wide variety of careers in finance, banking, marketing and management. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate school program.

    Crime & Justice: The accelerated program in crime and justice involves an analysis of criminal deviance and its roots, plus an in-depth understanding of our criminal justice system’s successes and failures. Unlike other criminal justice programs, students are not trained specifically for police work. Rather, students are educated in the academic study of crime, criminology and justice in preparation for a variety of positions within the criminal justice system.

    Digital Communications: Albright College offers one of the only evening accelerated-hybrid programs in Digital Communications in the area. Focus on strategic communication across media platforms including publications, videos, and websites in the Albright College Digital Communications program. (This program is currently offered exclusively at our Reading location.)

    Computer and Information Systems: The accelerated program in information systems is based on common structures and degree programs in the United States and Canada. It also meets the recommendation of the Association for Computing Machinery, which sets a variety of standards in technology fields, as well as graduate study programs.

    Organizational Behavior / Applied Psychology: The accelerated program in organizational behavior / applied psychology prepares students for a wide variety of careers in social services, management, human resources, training and development. This major also provides students with a strong foundation for entering a graduate program.

    Information Systems and Management: Albright s distinctive new major in information systems and management (ISAM) is designed to provide students with both the technical skills and the business acumen required to excel in information systems and business environments.

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    4 A.S. degree awarded by MCCC; Diploma awarded by St. Francis Medical Center School of Nursing
    5 A.S. degree awarded through a cooperative program with the School of
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    6 A.A.S. degree awarded through a cooperative program with Brookdale Community College


    The academic programs offered by Mercer County Community College are among the most diversified and comprehensive in the country. Included are transfer programs that prepare students for entry into baccalaureate programs and career programs that prepare students for immediate employment after graduation.

    The terms “transfer” or “career” simply describe the primary objective of the program. Many transfer graduates have been successful in gaining employment upon graduation. Many graduates of career programs have been successful in transferring to four-year colleges, with many of their MCCC credits being accepted.

    In general, both kinds of degree programs require no more than 66 credits for graduation.


    Because Mercer is committed to promoting intellectual development, aesthetic appreciation, and cultural awareness, every program of study includes a general education component. This component, addressed through a variety of courses, focuses on reading analytically, communicating ideas clearly, solving problems, and developing a broad base of knowledge. Students are given the opportunity to develop analytical, synthetic/creative, and evaluative thinking; scientific reasoning; artistic response and expression; historical consciousness; cultural awareness; and sensitivity to the contemporary world.


    Transfer degree (A.A. A.F.A. or A.S.) programs are designed primarily to enable students to enter the third year of baccalaureate study at four-year colleges. The largest student enrollments in transfer degree programs are in humanities and social science, business administration, education, criminal justice, and nursing. Other transfer degree programs range from architecture, communication and visual arts to engineering science and plant science.

    For many students, the transfer experience is made easier by “dual admission” and “program articulation” agreements between Mercer and other colleges.


    Career degree (A.A.S.) programs are designed primarily to prepare graduates for entry-level employment in an occupation which requires both theoretical knowledge and practical skills. Mercer has A.A.S. programs as varied as accounting, aviation, chef apprenticeship, electronics, ornamental horticulture, microcomputer systems administration, television, funeral service, and computer graphics.

    Two engineering technology programs function both as transfer degree and career degree programs, with slightly more than half of all graduates transferring to four-year technology programs and others finding employment. Many employed students use career programs to gain advanced positions in their chosen field or to change careers. Some other A.A.S. programs also provide a basis for transfer to four-year colleges; a student may lose credits, however, if he or she transfers to an unrelated program of study.


    Many students enroll at Mercer for purposes other than earning a degree or certificate. The college offers four enrollment categories for such students:

    • Other college — Students take courses at Mercer to fulfill program requirements at another college.
    • Job Related — Students take courses specifically selected to enhance knowledge and skills for current or future employment.
    • Exploratory — Students are undecided about which degree or certificate program they intend to pursue. They may take courses from several program areas to help them select.
    • Personal — Students take courses for other reasons. Advisors at each campus help non-degree students select courses.


    Mercer offers a comprehensive program for students who are learning English as a second language. The multilevel sequence consists of two pre-credit and eight credit courses that emphasize grammar, speech, reading and writing skills. The free ESL placement test, arranged through the ESL Learning Center, should be completed at least two weeks before registration for classes.

    The noncredit preparatory courses are offered through the English Language Institute (ELI) at the James Kerney and West Windsor campuses. Contact ELI at the James Kerney Campus or the ESL Learning Center at the West Windsor Campus for further information.


    The LPN-RN advanced placement option offers licensed practical nurses (LPNs) the opportunity to gain experiential credit for their LPN license and receive credit for Fundamental Concepts of Nursing (NRS 110). Applicants must possess a high school diploma (or equivalent), have graduated from an accredited LPN school, possess a valid New Jersey LPN license and complete all the prerequisite course requirements for the nursing curriculum.

    Admission to the professional phase of the program requires a minimum GPA of 2.5 and a passing score on the HESI Admission Assessment Exam. Six credits are given for Fundamental Concepts of Nursing (NRS 110). The student is then able to enroll in Alterations in Health I (NRS 120), Alterations in Health II (NRS 121), or Concepts of Mental Health Nursing (NRS 123). Students must earn a minimum grade of C in all nursing, science, and mathematics courses to graduate.

    Please note that admission to either of the LPN-RN Advanced Placement program options are on a space available basis only.

    Students who complete the college’s Nursing program earn the Associate in Science (A.S.) degree and eligibility to take the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for Registered Nurses (RNs).


    Cooperative education integrates textbook and classroom learning with work experience. Several academic programs offer cooperative education components. The program affords many advantages to students who are able to earn an income while attending college and earn college credits for their cooperative education experiences. In addition, many graduates find employment easier to obtain if they have had prior work experiences.

    A successful co-op experience requires careful delineation of learning objectives and employer willingness to support them. The college assists students in defining objectives and obtaining co-op positions.





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    There are at least 25 Tampa colleges serving tens of thousands of students each year. Institutions range considerably in both size and focus, but include both public and private colleges, universities, and technical or vocational schools. The following are just three of the largest colleges in Tampa (by enrollment):

    • University of South Florida. The University of South Florida is a public college offering undergraduate and graduate degrees in a broad range of subjects. According to the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES), USF’s 2013-2014 school year enrollment neared 41,500 students. Total estimated annual cost of tuition and fees that year was $6,410 for in-state students and $17,324 for out-of-state students.
    • Hillsborough Community College. HCC is a public, two-year community college offering primarily Associate degrees and certificates. Programs are designed with a mind for transfer to four-year institutions or workforce entry, depending on the discipline.The NCES reports that HCC’s total 2013-2014 enrollment exceeded 26,500. Total cost of tuition and fees that year was $2,506 for in-state students and $9,111 for out-of-state students.
    • University of Tampa. The University of Tampa is a private, not-for-profit institution offering Bachelor’s degrees, Master’s degrees and post-master’s certificates. The NCES reports a total 2013-2014 enrollment of just under 7,300 students, most of whom were undergraduates. As a private college, UT’s tuition and fees are the same for both in- and out-of-state students: $25,772 total in 2013-2014. On-campus room and board cost an estimated $9,388 that year.

    Prospective students can learn more about other public and private universities in the Tampa area below, or by visiting NCES online.

    Trade and Vocational Schools in Tampa

    Trade and vocational schools provide students with career-ready skills in areas like Allied Health; Automotive Repair; Legal Assistance; Criminal Justice; and more. There are several of these types of career colleges across Tampa, though many also offer online degrees for students living outside of the area. The following are two of the largest Tampa, Florida colleges providing technical or vocational training, as reported by the NCES.

    • Ultimate Medical Academy – Tampa. The Ultimate Medical Academy is a private, two-year institution offering certificates and Associate degrees in health-related fields, like Medical and Dental assisting; Nursing; and Healthcare Management. The NCES reports that UMA served 11,170 students in Tampa during the 2013-2014 school year. Estimated tuition and fees for that year, for both in- and out-of-state students, was $15,550.
    • Everest University in Brandon. Everest College is a large, national career school that served $4,318 students on its Brandon Campus in the 2013-2014 school year. It also has a second, smaller campus in Tampa with fewer than 500 enrollments. Everest offers certificates and diplomas, Associate degrees, Bachelor’s degrees and Master’s degrees in a wide range of subjects. Estimated tuition and fees for 2013-2014 were $15,156.

    Note that not all career schools report enrollment information, so there may be other large institutions not represented. We recommend contacting prospective schools directly to learn more.

    Careers in Tampa

    Tampa colleges are an investment that tends to pay-off in both earnings and overall employment. According to 2013 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Associate degree holders earned about $125 more per week on average than workers with high school diplomas alone. Bachelor’s degree holders earned about $450 more that year, and Master’s degree holders earned nearly $700 more, or about double the average weekly earnings for high school graduates. The disparity is even greater for workers with professional and doctoral degrees. The same trend also holds true for employment figures: unemployment rates tend to decline with more education.

    The following careers reported the highest mean earnings in Tampa in May of 2013, per the BLS.

    Most of the careers featured above require advanced doctoral or professional degrees, but some of the most popular careers in Tampa, such as nursing, information technology, and criminal justice, require just two- or four-year degrees.

    Students researching additional Tampa-area colleges can browse the links to nearby cities on the left. For more information about Tampa colleges, review the list below.

    Colleges: Tampa, Search for Schools and Colleges, National Center for Education Statistics, http://nces.ed.gov/globallocator/index.asp?search=1 State=FL city=Tampa zipcode= miles= itemname= College=1 CS=1E360FDA

    May 2013 Metropolitan and Nonmetropolitan Area Occupational Employment and Wage Estimates: Tampa-St. Petersburg-Clearwater, FL, Occupational Employment Statistics, Bureau of Labor Statistics, April 1, 2014, http://www.bls.gov/oes/current/oes_45300.htm

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    Master’s degree programs in community health nursing teach registered nurses (RNs) to develop, implement and promote nursing service programs in needy communities. Specifically, students are trained to identify high-risk populations, develop and evaluate health policies, and provide disease prevention services. Students gain hands-on experience in the field through clinicals and a nursing practicum.

    Applicants to the master’s degree program must hold a bachelor’s degree in nursing and an RN license. They must also submit GMAT or GRE scores, a statement of intent, and three letters of recommendation.

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    Community health nursing students take courses that cover theoretical foundations in nursing, research methods, health promotion and disease prevention. In order to graduate, they must complete 36 to 48 credit hours of coursework. Common course titles include:

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    According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), employment for registered nurses is expected to grow 16 percent between 2014 and 2024, which is much faster than the national average, likely due to the growing elderly population and the increase in the number of people who have access to healthcare because of federal health insurance reform. As of May 2015, the BLS reported that registered nurses made a median annual salary of $67,490.

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    Completion of the master’s program qualifies students to sit for the certification exam offered by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to become advanced practice clinical specialists in community health nursing. The examination consists of ten parts and covers community health nursing foundations, assessment and application.

    Community health nurses holding a master’s degree can also pursue a doctoral degree in nursing. They may pursue a Doctor of Nursing Practice (DNP) or a Ph.D. in nursing. The DNP is typically designed for nurses pursuing practical medical training, whereas Ph.D. programs focus on research in the field.

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    Associate in Applied Science Degree (AAS) prepares students for entry into a specific career area immediately after graduation.

    Associate in Science Degree (AS) and Associate in Arts Degrees (AA) prepare students to transfer to a baccalaureate program.

    Certificate Programs are designed for individuals who wish to upgrade their skills but are not currently seeking college degrees or who wish to add another specialization to their degree.

    Bronx Community College offers a comprehensive selection of more than 35 academic programs of study. Please note: If you began studying at BCC in or after Fall 2013, Pathways applies. Pathways also applies to students who have returned to CUNY after an absence of more than one semester. If you are a continuing student who entered before Fall 2013, you will be able to choose whether you remain with your existing requirements or change to Pathways. If you have any questions, please consult with an academic adviser.

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    De Anza College offers an extensive course list to help you achieve your goals, which may include:

    • Transfer to a four-year college or university
    • Improve your job skills
    • Seek a new career
    • Take classes for personal enrichment.

    Our academic programs provide specialized career/technical areas of study, Associate in Arts and Science degrees, and lower-division major and general education courses required for transfer.

    CERTIFICATES and DEGREES

    See our AA/AS Degree and Certificate Programs list with links to program requirements.

    Certificate Programs are focused on a particular area of study and designed for students who wish to prepare for immediate employment and/or to upgrade their job skills.

    Many certificates have been designed on the ladder concept. For example, courses taken to fulfill the lowest level Certificate of Achievement (18-26 units) may be applied to the next level, the Certificate of Achievement-Advanced (27+ units). Then those units may be applied to an Associate degree.

    Associate in Arts or Science (AA/AS) Degree Programs (minimum of 90 quarter units) include requirements for a major, general education, and there is usually room for electives. Units/courses applied toward Associate degree programs may sometimes also fulfill lower division requirements for transfer.

    The Workforce Education Program Guide may help you determine a career education path that meets your needs.

    TRANSFER COURSES

    Transfer courses provide you with the lower-division major and general education courses that you will need to transfer to a four-year university. Transfer programs range from narrow specialty majors (i.e. Microbiology) to broad general education programs (i.e. Liberal Arts).Visit our Transfer Planning website for more information.

    Degree Certificate Department Websites

    Check out our Workforce Education Program Guide to determine a career education path that meets your interests and needs.

    ORIENTATION to COLLEGE

    You must take COUN 50: Orientation to College to receive all the information that you need to pursue a certificate, degree and/or transfer to a four-year college/university. You will create an education plan in this 1/2-unit class. Your education plan provides the foundation you’ll want before you meet with a counselor or academic advisor.

    LEARNING MODALITIES

    We offer a variety of ways to learn to fit your schedule and needs. Search the online schedule of classes for these program designations, including evening classes:





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    Customer support communities create a compelling return on invested capital and gives your customers the support options they want.

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    Connect employees together using the same community tools that you use as a customer and enhance your team’s productivity.

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    A complete set of community features to deliver the experience you want for your customers.

    Lower support costs

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    The biggest benefit of support communities is their ability to immediately decrease support costs. By moving common support cases online, resolutions to cases can be used again and again. Plus you can quickly see which topics cause the most issues.

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    A digital marketing community enables you to get feedback directly from your customers.

    Increase SEO

    Communities create unique user generated content. Search engines like Google love this type of unique, constantly updated content. The more content on your site means more opportunities for people to find you when they are using search engines.

  • Increase web traffic

    60% of B2B marketers use web traffic to measure success and communities drive traffic as people ask question, read unique content and give feedback. More traffic means more opportunities to engage with your customers and more time they are spending with your brand.

  • Grow your Pipeline

    Customers report that, “people engaged in our community spend 24% more than people who have not participated in our community.” Communities enable customers to learn about your products services directly from other customers using those products services.

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    Increase Collaboration

    Internal employee networks are ideal for increasing collaboration amongst team members. With open integrations you can also connect to many of the enterprise systems. Plus, you can easily connect to your existing authentication system.

  • Build Relationships

    It is proven that relationships within an organization are critical within successful businesses. Communities provide the tools to bridge common interests both within and outside the company connecting people to make it easier to work together.

  • Membership has privilege

    Communities are ideal for private invite-only areas where members can share ideas, feedback or ask questions in a safe and secure way. Membership can be controlled through invitation or based on existing member lists.

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  • Western State University – College of Law Bookstore #western #state #university, #college

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    One of the most lasting benefits to an enriching college experience is your Western State University – College of Law bookstore. Essentially, a Western State University – College of Law bookstore is your one stop to buy textbooks as well as other materials for your classes. You can find materials, college memorabilia and helpful employees to guide you through your book buying experience.

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    Affordable Book Store Western State University – College of Law Click Here

    Generally, you bookstore will be able to special order certain textbooks and reading material for your present classes. The overall objective of a school s bookstore is to help you get the proper reading materials for your classes. If a university bookstore is unable to provide you with a particular textbook, then they will be able to direct you were to find it. The university bookstore is one of the most useful and educational destinations on your campus. That is why you should make yourself familiar with it as soon as possible.

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    3809 Walnut Ave
    Baltimore. MD 21206
    (410) 918-2400

    We have moved to Baltimore, Md and during one of the flooding rains our basement flooded. It is an old restored house that still has a stone basement. We are planning on finishing the basement and to a point we are glad it flooded now and not after remodeling. We got several bids, Anchor Waterproofing being one. The owner s son came, much later than the 2 hour window they gave us. He walked to the basement and saw the stone walls and said we needed to have a mason repoint the walls and he couldn t do anything. When speaking to the owner several days before to set the appointment, she said that any water problem had to addressed from the source and covering it up wouldn t solve the issue. This is what the other companies said and they gave us plans and solutions. We selected another company. It was apparent, since Anchor only spent 10 minutes max at our house, that they were NOT INTERESTED in working on a stone basement. This is odd as they are located very near our house. This is an area of old houses and many, many have stone basements. The time spent waiting for Anchor to come was a complete waste of time. But at least we did finds other companies that gave us solutions. Don t waste your time with this company.

    Anchor Waterproofing

    We have moved to Baltimore, Md and during one of the flooding rains our basement flooded. It is an old restored house that still has a stone basement. We are planning on finishing the basement and to a point we are glad it flooded now and not after remodeling. We got several bids, Anchor Waterproofing being one. The owner s son came, much later than the 2 hour window they gave us. He walked to the basement and saw the stone walls and said we needed to have a mason repoint the walls and he couldn t do anything. When speaking to the owner several days before to set the appointment, she said that any water problem had to addressed from the source and covering it up wouldn t solve the issue. This is what the other companies said and they gave us plans and solutions. We selected another company. It was apparent, since Anchor only spent 10 minutes max at our house, that they were NOT INTERESTED in working on a stone basement. This is odd as they are located very near our house. This is an area of old houses and many, many have stone basements. The time spent waiting for Anchor to come was a complete waste of time. But at least we did finds other companies that gave us solutions. Don t waste your time with this company.

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    • I like the breadth of topics which are covered in the different functional domains of HR. It gives me an opportunity to meet many thought leaders from a wide spectrum of organizations. Also periodical views from business leaders on HR as well as a section for new age professionals are something that I look forward to. Hemalakshmi Raju, Head L sexual or ot.
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  • Hospice – The Community Connection #motto #farm #motel

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    Lion Hospice recognizes that the dying process is a normal part of living and focuses on enhancing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Lion Hospice provides comfort and support to persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as comfortably and fully as possible. The goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last months by offering comfort, dignity and care in a familiar setting.

    Strength for Today
    Courage for the Journey
    Peace at the End of a Life Fully Lived

    Lion Hospice
    Hours of Operation: Monday – Friday 8:00 am – 5:00 pm
    Location: 1208 Airport Freeway
    Suite 180
    Bedford, Texas 76021
    Phone Number: 817-268-2145
    Web Site:www.lionhospice.com
    Volunteer Coordinator: Tiffany Marshall

    Volunteer Opportunities include:

    • Visiting patients to just be with them and/or to do activities
    • Light cleaning and yard work for patients
    • Clerical assistance
    • Creating written material or slide shows for patients
    • Doing crafts for patients and delivering them

    To volunteer, contact Tiffany Marshall. Training will be provided.

    The Community Connection

    Christian Volunteer Directory: Matching Volunteers with Urban Ministries, Short Term Missions Trips,

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    Lion Hospice, Hurst,

    Mission Statement

    To families facing death, Lion’s strong team brings STRENGTH for today, COURAGE for the journey and PEACE at the enf of a life fully lived.

    Description

    Lion Hospice recognizes that the dying process is a part of the normal process of living and focuses on enhancing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Lion Hospice provides comfort and support to persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as comfortably and fully as possible. The goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last months by offering comfort, dignity and care in a familiar setting. Lion?s strong team helps patients and families address the significant medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual changes in their lives. Hospice addresses all symptoms of a disease, with a special emphasis on controlling a patient’s pain and discomfort. Quality of life is improved as physical, emotional and spiritual concerns are addressed and alleviated. Lion Hospice offers comfort care to all terminally ill patients and support to those patients and their families without regard for diagnosis, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, race, creed, disability, age, place of residence or ability to pay.

    Lion Hospice recognizes that the dying process is a part of the normal process of living and focuses on enhancing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Lion Hospice provides comfort and support to persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as comfortably and fully as possible. The goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last months by offering comfort, dignity and care in a familiar setting. Lion?s strong team helps patients and families address the significant medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual changes in their lives. Hospice addresses all symptoms of a disease, with a special emphasis on controlling a patient’s pain and discomfort. Quality of life is improved as physical, emotional and spiritual concerns are addressed and alleviated. Lion Hospice offers comfort care to all terminally ill patients and support to those patients and their families without regard for diagnosis, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, race, creed, disability, age, place of residence or ability to pay.

    Mission Statement: To families facing death, Lion’s strong team brings STRENGTH for today, COURAGE for the journey and PEACE at the enf of a life fully lived.

    Organizational Statement of Faith

    Faith is the foundation of this company. Great buildings were never constructed on uncertain foundations. Great causes were never brought to success by vacillating leaders. We must have faith in a higher power, in our mission and organization along with patients and families. Faith is the root of our service.

    Local Affiliation

    Community Hospices – Inpatient Facility #hospice #careers

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    Inpatient Facility

    A pioneer in healthcare, the Community Hospice Inpatient Unit, now known as The Williams House was opened in 1978. It is the first and only inpatient unit in the District of Columbia, and it fulfills a vital community need for symptom management for residents.

    Co-located with The Washington Home, a skilled nursing facility, The Williams House manages patients’ pain and symptoms and provides support for their families.

    CLEAR ADMISSION CRITERIA

    Inpatient care is for patients who require pain and/or acute symptom management that cannot feasibly be provided in other settings, including:

    • Complicated delivery of medication requiring oversight by an RN or MD
    • Frequent assessment and medication adjustment by RN or MD
    • Aggressive intervention requiring skilled nursing care to control pain and other
      symptoms
    EXPERT PROFESSIONALS

    The Williams House team specializes in palliative care:

    • Physician, board certified in hospice and palliative medicine
    • Pharmacist with a specialty in palliative pharmacology
    • Registered nurses, certified in hospice and palliative care
    • Certified nursing assistants
    • Licensed clinical social worker
    • Chaplain
    • Bereavement specialists
    • Specially trained volunteers
    24/7 PATIENT CARE

    The hospice team provides 24-hour care to patients in our family-friendly facility:

    • Nine private rooms
    • Children/adult/pet visiting hours 24/7
    • Peaceful living room/lounge/kitchen and dining area
    • Private consultation room
    • Patient access to outdoor patio/fountain
    • Overnight accommodations for family members

    Community care hospice #hoteller

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    Welcome to Community Home Care

    Community Home Care is an affiliate of Curo Health Services and offers compassionate Hospice Care, with clinical experience, to thousands of special patients and families in locations listed on our website.

    Our goal is to enrich the quality of life as life s journey nears its completion. Through supportive, loving, comfort care we offer patients and their families comfort for body, mind and spirit.

    Our Mission

    The mission of Curo Health Services, and its hospice affiliates, is to honor life and offer compassion to individuals, and their families, when facing a life-limiting illness.

    Our Core Values

    • Choose the right attitude, message and priority.
    • Be accountable for all thoughts, words, and actions.
    • Embrace and drive change. Pursue growth and learning.
    • Demonstrate humility and servant leadership.
    • Select great people, treat them with respect, help them, and communicate effectively.
    • Celebrate small successes on our journey to greater success.
    • We are here for our patients and each other. Be passionate about what we do. Be innovative and efficient in everything we do.

    Find a Location Near You

    Good Shepherd Community Care formerly Circle of Caring #yosemite #hotels

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    Our staff is trained in the Habilitation approach to dementia care using the “Caring for People with Alzheimer’s Disease” program created by the Alzheimer’s Association/ MANH Chapter.

    Good Shepherd Community Care is one of the most trusted health care organizations in Greater Boston focusing on hospice and palliative care. Founded as Hospice of the Good Shepherd in 1978, we are the original Massachusetts hospice. After decades of caring for our community, we continue to remain an independent, not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization.

    We have long been aware of the profound and unique needs of people facing the final stage of life – their own, or that of a loved one. Throughout the years, members of the community have come to see us as an important resource as they navigate this transition. At the heart of our mission is enhancing the quality of remaining life, so that those in the final stage of life can live as fully, independently, and comfortably as possible. Our programs are reflective of that mission.

    Good Shepherd believes in the importance of mutual respect and acceptance and values diversity in our patients, families and caregivers, employees, volunteers, community, and partner organizations. We are committed to these values and honor the dignity of each individual through the care, support and education we provide.

    “We would never have been able to care for my husband at home without this level and quality of care. I could never overstate the excellent services and support we received from every member of your team.” – Family Member

    2016 Good Shepherd Institute Dinner featuring Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel .

    One of the leading practitioners shaping the future of healthcare, with a long record of experience at the top levels of policy Dr. Emanuel trained both as an oncologist (MD, Harvard Medical School) and a political scientist. “Zeke” offers a uniquely thoughtful perspective on the most difficult issues in medicine today.

    Become A Volunteer

    A volunteer training will take place beginning this September. Become a volunteer.

    Galway Hospice Foundation – Community Service & Non Profit – Corbett Centre,

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    Galway Hospice Foundation

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    Snapd Barrie – Community Events Media #clothes #shop

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    The Barrie Molson Centre was full of hockey fans last month for an exciting hockey game supporting local charities. Patrick Brown’s ninth annual Hockey Night in Simcoe County was a resounding success with over $200,000 raised for Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH), Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH), Georgian Bay General Hospital (GBGH) and the Barrie Colts Foundation. Many. more

    Upcoming Events

    46th Annual Fall Barrie Automotive Flea Market (Sept. 8th-11th)

    Burl’s Creek Event Grounds
    180 8th Line South
    7am-7pm

    Parkview Singers, Seniors’ Community Choir

    Canadian Blood Services Barrie
    231 Bayview Drive, Suite 100
    4-8pm

    Code Vitesse designer launches Fall 2016 collection at ZuZu

    ZuZu Fashion Boutique
    25 Dunlop Street East
    5-8pm

    Crohn’s and Colitis Canada – Simcoe County – Chapter Meetings – NEW VENUE

    Travelodge Barrie on Bayfield
    300 Bayfield St.
    7-9pm

    Barrie District Stamp Club – Monthly Meeting

    St Andrews Presbyterian Church
    47 Owen Street
    7-9pm

    View all upcoming events

    Florida Keys Community College #online #community #colleges #in #florida

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    Getting a high-quality education and living in a beautiful location are not mutually exclusive endeavors. At FKCC, you will enjoy both; it’s what we call Island Living, Island Learning. You will get the skills you need to fulfill your academic and professional goals in a small and engaging learning community where the professors actually know your name.

    FKCC is an open-access institution (with the exception of the nursing program), which means that students need only a high school diploma to enroll. Enrollment is open at FKCC—allowing students the flexibility to apply and register for any term: fall, spring, or summer.

    FKCC doesn’t just produce college graduates. We develop well-rounded citizens who will thrive in their careers and shape the society of tomorrow. With small class sizes led by dedicated professors and enriched by the island location, the FKCC academic experience is personal, practical, and like no other.

    FKCC offers an array of associate degrees, certificates, and career training programs to suit a variety of academic and professional goals. Aim high and set your path to a university with an Associate in Arts degree or train for an exciting career in two years or less with an Associate in Science, Associate in Applied Science or certificate.

    The College’s location provides unique learning opportunities that enrich our academic programs. Nestled within the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, students are just a boat ride away from studying the coral reef or exploring historic shipwrecks. Its rich history and diverse culture create an environment that has inspired artists, poets, novelists, playwrights, scientists, and even presidents.

    What academic adventure will inspire you?

    At FKCC, we understand that much of the collegiate experience occurs outside of the classroom. You want to make lifelong friendships, develop as an individual, build work experience, and take in the beauty and culture of the Keys. That s why FKCC has a variety of student clubs and recreational activities as well as learning support and career planning services—to help you reach your goals.

    Immerse yourself further in Island Living, Island Learning by living in Lagoon Landing. The waterfront residence hall is just steps away from class and miles away from your typical dorm.

    Welcome to education in paradise.





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    Welcome !

    Heart n Home is committed to the idea that hospice isn t about dying. It s about living and making each journey the best it can be. It s about living life to its fullest, up to the final moment. It s about receiving comfort and care. It s about surrounding yourself and your loved ones with emotional, physical, and spiritual support. Hospice doesn t give the power to shorten or prolong life, just the power to live it as you choose; to be at home, if you wish; to be pain-free; to be comforted and cared for.

    Employee Resources

    Click here to access the Heart ‘n Home intranet. Our internal applications enhance employee productivity and help ensure our ability to achieve organizational goals.

    Overview of Heart ‘n Home

    Heart n Home is a locally owned and family operated company since establishment in March of 2004. Our core philosophy is to optimize the quality of life for individuals in the final stages of terminal illness. Providing hospice and palliative care in Idaho and Oregon.

    Mission Values

    The Heart n Home mission and Family Core Values define our purpose, philosophy,and culture. Which provides direction to patients and families, employees, volunteers, and our community.

    Meet Our Team

    Heart ‘n Home has the best employees in the world! Each employee goes through a background check as well as over 110 hours of new employee orientation to meet the standards of Heart ‘n Home.

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    Community Education

    The Heart n Home vision statement emphasizes the education that is entrenched throughout the Heart n Home culture; not only internal education, but education to our community. Heart n Home is striving to be a leader in providing quality end-of-life care and has presented multiple times at state and national conferences. Heart n Home believes in providing education to patients, families, and communities we serve. Heart n Home has provided, at no cost, hundreds of educational in-services to physicians, facilities, and other community agencies. Heart n Home has experts in a variety of healthcare areas, and is available to present at your meeting times and locations. If you have a special request for a topic not listed, that request can be filled. There is no fee for this service. Contact us today at 1-800-HOSPICE to request education piece or complete the form below and an Outreach Coordinator will contact you.

    Heart ‘n Home Community Education Topics

    Click on the topics below to view the topic descriptions below.

    Hospice Services

    This presentation covers what hospice services are available and the history of hospice care including the modern hospice movement, myths about hospice, frequently asked questions, the role of the hospice interdisciplinary team, and the services provided by hospice that are covered by Medicare.

    Caregiver Education Series

    • Activities of Daily Living
    • Fall Prevention
    • Transfers, Lifts, and Mobility Assists
    • Bloodborne Pathogens / Infection Control
    • Privacy, Confidentiality / Security
    • Hoyer Lift
    • Vital Signs
    • Blood Sugars
    • Peri-Care
    • Preventing Pressure Ulcers
    • Resident Rights/Confidentiality
    • Alzheimers/Dementia

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    Grief & Loss Series

    • Allowing Yourself to Grieve
    • Braving the Holidays
    • Children & Grief
    • Coping Through Change
    • Helping Others Through Grief
    • Taking Care of Yourself
    • Ways to Remember Your Loved Ones
    • Your Grief Journey

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    Indicators for Hospice Appropriateness

    How do you tell when a patient could benefit from hospice services? This presentation will discuss hospice appropriateness and the tools available for clinical and non-clinical staff.

    Hospice 101

    This presentation explains the basics of hospice services, who and what is paid, and benefits of collaborating with hospice providers in providing end-of-life care.

    Hospice in Residential Care and Assisted Living Facilities

    Assisted living staff members are experts in long-term care and hospice team members are experts in end-of-life care. This presentation explains how the partnership between hospice

    Hospice & Skilled Nursing Facilities

    This presentation covers hospice and the MDS. It explains the ways hospice benefits a facility and also how to identify a hospice appropriate resident by the MDS.

    Pain & Symptom Management Series

    • Pain is Anything The Patient Says It Is
    • Types of Pain
    • Acute vs. Chronic Pain
    • Non-verbal Pain Indicators
    • Medications Used to Treat Pain
    • Common Side Effects of Medications Used to Treat Pain
    • Pain in Dementia Patients
    • Terminal Restlessness
    • Elements of Pain Observation and Reporting
    • Completing a Pain Assessment
    • Communicating With Physicians

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    Pain and the Cognitively Impaired

    Doing a pain assessment on an individual that is cognitive and able to communicate is one thing, but how do we gather this information from residents with cognitive impairment? This presentation will explain how to recognize signs of pain and innovative ways of pain med delivery.

    Philosophy of End-of-Life Care

    Providing care at the end-of-life requires skill and commitment. This presentation provides an overview of the philosophy of end-of-life care. It includes the philosophies of palliative, hospice, and long-term care. It also identifies issues that hinder or facilitate the provision of end-of-life care in nursing homes.

    Contact us

    Heart ‘n Home Hospice & Palliative Care provides hospice services to patients throughout Idaho’s Treasure Valley and surrounding communities as well as Malheur, Baker, and Union Counties in Oregon. All Heart ‘n Home Offices are open from 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. with on-call availability 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.

    Contact us today at any of our five offices, or simply call 1-800-HOSPICE for a free, no obligation, in-home visit or for additional information. We can help you get the assistance needed to stay comfortable and in your home!

    Or let us contact you.

    Carpenter Hospice, a dedicated team of angels in disguise – Burlington Community

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    Carpenter Hospice, a dedicated team of angels in disguise

    In times of sickness and health, it becomes very apparent how important access to proper care and services is to those in need. During the suffering of our loved ones, we expect to be able to provide only the very best in comfort, compassion and care. Sometimes, we alone are unable to provide this without some form of support. The Carpenter Hospice is that beacon of light in a storm of uncertainty, to help families in need to care for their family and friends at end of life.

    Carpenter Hospice provides palliative care and support for its residents through its services and dedicated team. There are 10 private rooms for residents with nursing and personal support workers available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It has a dedicated team, supported by over 100 volunteers assisting in operations, housekeeping, cooking, events, administration and more. All services offered to residents and families in the Burlington area are free of charge. Services included are residential care, wellness programs, music therapy and a bereavement program. Complementary therapies such as Reiki, yoga and therapeutic touch are all available as well. The hospice has helped more than 1,400 residents ranging in age from 21-108 years of age.

    Established in 2002, the largest fund held at Burlington Foundation, The Carpenter Hospice Permanent Endowment Fund has been able to provide a source of revenue for the organization annually. Carpenter Hospice trusts the Foundation to invest and retain their endowment fund so the hospice can focus on the work that they do in our community.

    Mary Parker, daughter of Frank Horrigan, gives a glimpse of the positive experience her family had in taking care of her father during his final days. Mary explains, “I wanted to give Dad the very best and provide him the level of care every person deserves. The hospice became a sanctuary for my family, a place of peace and tranquility. As we settled into the Hospice the struggles of life fell away. We were able to enjoy each other’s company as a family and took the time to tell Dad how much we loved him. We held on tight to each other and leaned heavily on the staff and volunteers who became our beacons of light in the storm. It is my wish that every family that walks these doors can find such comfort in their final journey to honor the one they love.”

    Other families express their positive words of encouragement and support for the Carpenter Hospice staff and volunteers. “The staff and volunteers gave my husband the dignity and respect he deserved. We also met other families that were in similar situations and formed bonds with them. The support our family and friends received was so comforting at a time when we could barely cope. We are so fortunate to have the Carpenter Hospice in our community, to give our families and loved ones such exceptional care. They are our angels.”

    Colleen Mulholland, the Foundation’s President and CEO, comments on the vital role the Hospice plays in our community, “Such thoughtful words for the staff and volunteers speaks to unconditional compassion, care and comfort provided at the Carpenter Hospice. Our community is strengthened by organizations like these, who take care of vulnerable individuals and their families during the most difficult times. We are proud to hold their endowment fund.”

    Bancroft School #pre-k-12 #independent #school, #private #school, #day #school, #coed, #academics, #music,

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    • June 2017
      • Tue Jun 06 LS Closing Ceremony 9:00 AM to 10:00 AM
      • Tue Jun 06 MS Closing Ceremony 2:00 PM to 3:00 PM
      • Fri Jun 09 Commencement 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM
      • Tue Jun 13 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
      • Tue Jun 20 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
    • July 2017
      • Tue Jul 11 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM
      • Tue Jul 18 Admission Tour Tuesday 9:00 AM to 10:30 AM

    Bancroft History Students Memorialize Soldiers Who Gave Their Lives

    Faculty Honors Friend and Colleague Who ‘Seizes the Day’

    Bancroft Robodogs Earn 3 of the 15 Spots Available in the Region

    Lisa Baker Will Assume the Leadership Role on July 1, 2017

    Senior Basketball Guard Surpasses Milestone That Few Ever Achieve

    14 Honorable Mentions Round Out the Talent Pool

    Lower School

    PreK to Grade 5

    At Bancroft School, we are not only knowledgeable about education, we are smart about kids. We know that every child is unique, so we base our teaching on flexibility and creativity. In the Lower School, small group and one-to-one learning grants teachers the opportunity to connect with students personally and adapt lessons to their individual learning styles, levels of mastery, and even their interests.

    Middle School

    Grades 6 to 8

    Bancroft Middle School provides students with an education that s unsurpassed in excellence. From our individualized teaching approach to our interdisciplinary, globally focused curriculum to our broad range of extracurricular options, Bancroft students enjoy the full range of experiences they need to grow as self-aware, confident learners ready to thrive when they reach the Upper School.

    Upper School

    Grades 9 to 12

    Bancroft s Upper School fosters much more than academic achievement it prepares students for the full range of intellectual, ethical, personal, and professional challenges they will face in college and beyond. Our rigorous liberal arts curriculum combined with countless opportunities for scholarly, athletic, artistic, social, workplace, and global engagement gives students the broad education they need to succeed in the world s top colleges and build meaningful careers and fulfilling lives.

    Hope Graham Program

    LBLD/Dyslexia

    Building upon Bancroft’s commitment to nurture, respect, and educate diverse learners, the Hope Graham Program (HGP) at Bancroft School is designed for students with diagnosed language-based learning differences (LBLD), such as dyslexia, in Grades 2 through 8.





    Holistic Health Classes, Events and Community: Health Crisis Resource Center: Minneapolis Pathways

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    Healing Within. Renewing Life.

    Have you ever had a health challenge so significant, it makes you rethink how you want to live? If so, you are not alone. Caregivers, affected individuals, volunteers and facilitators of healing, at some point in this journey, come to Pathways.

    Pathways is a building, a space, and a community. It is a place set aside for exploring ways to come to holistic health through classes, special events, and individual sessions. By participating in the many free services at Pathways, you are supported in taking charge of your healing journey wherever that may lead.

    We invite you to look around the website to get a deeper sense of who we are and the services we offer as a health crisis resource center.

    Pathways To The Heart Event Tuesday, October 18th, 2016 – 6:00 PM Our friends and supporters will come together once again to celebrate the moving. Read More

    Learn How to Destress Facilitated by Catherine Carpenter Wed. Oct. 5, 2016 3:00 PM – 4:30 PM How does one move through stress and awaken to. Read More

    Re-Visioning Intimacy: Loving In The Midst Of Chronic Illness Presented by Jan Swanson Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM We. Read More

    “Transformational, not transactional” describes the healing aspects of Pathways. Please join us by contributing to our 2016 Annual Campaign. Read More

    3115 Hennepin Ave S Minneapolis, MN 55408
    Phone: (612) 822-9061 Fax: (612) 824-3841

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    Community Hospice #palliative #care #programs

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    Volunteers The Heart of Hospice

    Community Hospice volunteers come from many different backgrounds and walks of life. What they have in common, however, is a full measure of compassion and the desire to help others experience the best possible quality of life.

    All of our volunteers enjoy being with people and are good listeners. They are reliable and dependable, work well as part of a team. They bring with them a good sense of humor because they know that everyone — young, old, healthy, sick — feels better when they share a laugh.

    Many of our volunteers spend time with Hospice patients, visiting them at home, in the nursing home or hospital, providing companionship and helping out as any friend or neighbor would. They sit and talk, run errands or sometimes prepare light meals.

    Other volunteers help Hospice staff members by making bereavement calls, doing office work or by helping plan and organize fundraising events.

    Training

    Volunteers, like all employees, go through a screening process and background check.

    All volunteers receive comprehensive training designed to help them better understand our patients, their families, and Hospice’s role in the community. Training sessions are held twice a year in each of our regions. Volunteers learn what services they can provide and the best ways to carry them out. Our volunteers are well-equipped with initial training and continuing education, and receive on-going personal support in fulfilling their responsibilities.

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    We are a one-stop-shop for all of your insurance needs, whether it be commercial liability or workers compensation for your business, home and auto insurance for yourself and your family, small group and individual health, life policies, or insurance on all your extra toys. We carry all forms of insurance, and we specialize in finding the right insurance services for each client, getting them the best coverage at the best possible rate.

    History

    Established in 1996.

    Formerly Harris Dean Insurance, we were establised in 1996 by Angela Potts as a very profitable branch office in partnership in Sandpoint. Shortly thereafter, we became the agency of choice for employee benefits, business insurance, bonding, and personal lines. In 2007, Angela became the sole owner and changed the name to Summit Insurance Resource Group. Summit Insurance retains the same commitment to service and value as Harris Dean, but has incorporated new technology and a more streamlined business model. Now, Summit Insurance Resource Group is a Better Business Bureau accredited business with an A+ rating. We serve over 2000 clients in 8 states, and we are still growing!

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    Documents for Faculty and Staff

    Faculty and Staff

    Resources for faculty and staff.

    New Mexico State University Alamogordo has a strong online education initiative including online degree programs. There are also many additional courses offered online. All courses offered in either the online or hybrid format have gone through an extensive review utilizing the 43 Quality Matters™ Specific Review Standards. In addition, all faculty teaching online courses have had training specific to the theory of online education.

    Our online courses are engaging and high quality. They prepare students to continue their education or to enter the workforce.

    There are many reasons to take advantage of online programs and courses. They can be especially beneficial to the following:

    100% Online 2+2 Bachelor’s Degrees

    Start at NMSU-A with an Associate of Arts or a PreBusiness Associate degree and continue with 100% online programs at NMSU Las Cruces to earn a bachelor s degree.

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    • International students
    • Rotating shift workers
    • Traveling workers
    • Rural residents

    Exemplary Online Courses

    Our online courses are engaging and high quality. They prepare students to continue their education or to enter the workforce.

    Our online courses have gone through an extensive review or pre-review process utilizing the 43 Specific Review Standards of Quality Matters™.

    Quality Matters™ approved courses have gone through an external review.

    Internally reviewed courses have also utilized the Quality Matters™ Standards.





    Virginia Western Community College #virginia #western, #community #college, #roanoke #colleges, #virginia #colleges,

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    Virginia Western Community College – Celebrating 50 Years

    Beginnings.

    Per legislation, effective July 1, 1966, Roanoke Technical Institute (RTI) of Virginia Polytechnic Institute (Virginia Tech) and the Roanoke Center of the School of General Studies of the University of Virginia merged and became Community College of Roanoke. That summer, under the leadership of President Dr. Travis McKenzie, programs and faculty combined and began fall quarter classes with an enrollment of 1,352 students.

    During the first year of operating, the college was renamed Virginia Western Community College. In 1968, the first true class of Virginia Western students graduated.

    Growth and Expansion

    By 1970, new coursework in nursing, data processing, commercial art and traffic/transportation management were created in addition to existing engineering, business and liberal arts curricula. Student enrollment continued to increase and temporary classrooms were moved to campus. Still new in concept, campus was bustling with activity and students brought in events to form community and shape the school’s identity such as crowning a Miss Virginia Western, dances, and campus art shows outside.

    “I have no doubt that VWCC was instrumental in my career success. Your college gave me a solid foundation in Electronics Engineering (I finished my AS degree there in Spring of 1980), and I was able to transfer to Old Dominion University and received my Bachelors degree in the Spring of 1982 without missing a beat, VWCC prepared me very well for the transition to that institution!!”
    – Thomas W. “Tom” Richardson, Ph.D.
    University of Virginia Staff, Systems and Information Engineering (SIE) Dept.

    Increasing Access and Preparing for the Future

    Virginia Western Community College continued to expand access of its services and options for its students and the development of the community in terms of physical growth, workforce support, transfer to four-year colleges and the launch of a program further removing financial barriers to obtaining a college education.

    Similar to a half-century ago, another call-to-action was asked in the 2010s. Fifty years ago a knowledge gap was identified as the United States raced to compete as a technologically advanced nation. This time it is to close the skills gap. In this decade, Governor Terry McAuliffe identified a gap in high-demand jobs skills and called for a significant increase in workforce credentials to be awarded in Virginia in STEM-H (science, technology, electronics, math and healthcare).

    “I was a first generation college attendee and graduate. I barely graduated from high school but VWCC is where I found what I love and I was exposed to wonderful people who taught me and inspired me. Even now, when I interact with my students, I want them to like and love me the way I did Ann, Paula, and Marty.”
    – Misty L. Mesimer, RDH, MSCH, CDA
    Dental Assisting Program Director, Dental Hygiene Program Local Coordinator
    Germanna Community College

    August 22 is Virginia Western Community College Day!

    Now, Therefore, I, Sherman P. Lea, Sr. Mayor of the City of Roanoke, Virginia, recognize and commend Dr. Robert H. Sandel, President of Virginia Western Community College, along with the College’s many outstanding faculty, staff, students, alumni and supporters, and do hereby proclaim August 22, 2016, throughout this great All-American City, as “Virginia Western Community College Day.”

    – Sherman P. Lea, Sr.
    Mayor, City of Roanoke, Virginia

    Click here to see the Roanoke Times insert celebrating Virginia Western’s 50 years of service to the community.





    Nashville Neighborhoods – Middle Tennessee Communities #community #colleges #in #nashville #tn #area

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    Nashville Neighborhoods

    Nashville, it’s Metro, Economic Market Area are filled with dozens of different Cities, Communities Counties along with hundreds of local Neighborhoods. Each one has it’s own unique character, style and location within the Nashville and Middle Tennessee Area. If I’ve missed listing your unique community please let me know and I’ll make sure to add it – Jan Duke

    Nashville Rush Hour Traffic. Jan Duke

    Nashville: Local Area Information

    Find explore some useful information about Nashville and Middle Tennessee from local drive times to annual weather conditions.

    Davidson County

    Davidson County was established in 1783 and was named after General William Davidson, a Revolutionary war officer. The City of Nashville and Davidson County merged together in 1963 creating Metro Nashville. The actual Metropolitan Government of Nashville Davidson County encompasses 502 square miles and is divided into 14 communities known as subareas. Each one has it’s own unique character, style, neighborhoods, location within the borders of Metro Nashville Davidson County.

    Downtown Nashville

    The Downtown Nashville Community (aka subarea 9) is located in the heart of Nashville and includes the richest of Nashville History. Its streets contain some of the cities best tourist attractions and ultimate urban lifestyles. It offers eight distinctive neighborhoods that include the core of downtown Nashville.

    East Nashville

    The East Nashville Community (aka subarea 5) is located on the Eastern side of the Cumberland River directly across from Downtown Nashville. This community contains some of Nashville’s most historic homes from the early days of Nashville.

    Hermitage Donelson

    This community (subarea 14) includes several areas that are steeped with Nashville history as well as Country Music and offers plenty of tourism opportunities including: Opryland, Percy Priest Lake, Nashville Shores and, of course, the Hermitage; the home of former president Andrew Jackson.

    Midtown Green Hills

    The Midtown Nashville Community (aka subarea 10) is located across from Downtown Nashville I-40 It stretches south southwest of Nashville all the way to the Williamson County line. Within its boundaries you will find Green Hills, Music Row and several Universities, including one of the nations finest, Vanderbilt.

    North Nashville

    The North Nashville Community, one of the oldest in Nashville, is located to the north northwest of downtown Nashville. This small area (subarea 8) covers Metro Center down to the border of Bicentennial Mall and includes a rich history of early Nashville.

    North East Nashville

    Another somewhat rural community is that of Parkwood and Union Hill (subarea 2) but its next door neighborhood, the Madison community (subarea 4) is the mirror opposite and has been populated and repopulated for decades. Madison has some wonderful history but to date still seems to be one of Nashville’s most historically underrated areas.

    North West Nashville

    The Joelton area (subarea 1) has historically been a rural community and one of the least populated of the Metropolitan Nashville-Davidson County communities although the closer you are into Nashville the more populated it is. The rural communities normally begin after you leave the Bordeaux area (subarea 3) and cross over Briley Parkway into White’s Creek which is also part of subarea 3.

    South Southeast Nashville

    Metro Nashville communities located south and southeast of Nashville include the South Nashville, Southeast, Antioch Percy Priest Communities also known as subareas 11, 12, 13.

    West Nashville

    Metro Nashville communities located in West of Nashville include the West Nashville Bellvue Communities also known as subareas 6 7.

    Harpeth River. Jan Duke

    Cheatham County

    Cheatham County was formally established in 1856 by dividing portions of Davidson, Dickson, Robertson, and Montgomery counties and named after Edward S. Cheatham (1818-1878), a Tennessee state legislator. Cheatham County encompasses 303 square miles.

    Dickson County

    Dickson County was formed in 1803 from parts of Montgomery and Robertson counties. The county was named in honor of William Dickson (1770-1816), a Nashville physician and statesman.Dickson County encompasses 490 square miles.

    Maury County

    Maury County was created in 1807 from Indian lands and parts of Williamson County. It was named after Abram P. Maury (1766-1825), a prominent surveyor, politician of the region, state senator, and lawyer.Maury County encompasses 613 square miles.

    Montgomery County

    Montgomery County was established 1796 and was named after Colonel John Montgomery, a Revolutionary War officer, founder of Clarksville, and signer of the Cumberland Compact. Montgomery County encompasses 539 square miles.

    Bell Witch Cave. Jan Duke

    Robertson County

    Robertson County was established in 1796 from parts of Tennessee (now known as Montgomery) and Sumner Counties; it was named after James Robertson (1742-1814), one of the original founders of Nashville, and state senator. Robertson County encompasses 477 square miles.

    Rutherford County

    Rutherford County was established in 1803 from parts of Davidson, Williamson and Wilson counties and was named after Griffith Rutherford (1721-1805), a Revolutionary War general. Rutherford County encompasses 619 square miles.

    Sumner County

    Sumner County was created in 1786 from parts of Davidson County and was named after Colonel Jethro Sumner (1733-1785), an officer of the Revolutionary War and soldier of the French and Indian Wars. Sumner County encompasses 529 square

    Williamson County

    Originally carved out of a part of the south end of Davidson County, Williamson County was established in 1799 and named after Hugh Williamson (1735-1819), a North Carolina politician, surgeon general, and member of Congress. Williamson County encompasses 582 square miles.

    Lebanon Town Square. Jan Duke

    Wilson County

    Wilson County, created from Sumner County, was established in 1799 and was named for Major David Wilson (1752-1804?), a Revolutionary War hero and member of the North Carolina legislature. Wilson County encompasses 571 square miles.





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    Surgical Technology

    Coming to Scranton for Fall 2017!

    Lackawanna College’s Surgical Technology Program is designed to be completed over a two-year period with day, evening, and Saturday courses as well as on- and off-campus clinical hours. Each program also includes summer session courses and clinical lab hours.

    Acceptance into Lackawanna College’s Surgical Technology Program is based on a selective admissions process with a maximum of 15 students selected annually.

    Degree information

    Through a balance of classroom instruction and clinical experience, the student will acquire applied skills and knowledge in the field of Surgical Technology.

    Surgical technologists work in the operating room under the direct supervision of a surgeon and a registered nurse. Surgical technologists help facilitate the draping, and prepping of the surgical patient. They gown, and glove other team members. They get all the instruments, supplies, equipment necessary for specific surgical procedures. As a member of the sterile team, surgical technologists will hand all necessary instruments and supplies to the surgeon and other team members.

    A surgical technologist has a broad knowledge of anatomy and physiology, microbiology, sterile techniques, and patient safety concepts as well as ethical and legal concepts. A surgical technologist must have an understanding of the hospital organization, policies, and procedures.

    Job opportunities and salaries in the healthcare specialty of surgical technology have been rising steadily over the last few years, and the U.S. Department of Labor predicts employment of surgical technologists is projected to grow 30% from 2012 to 2022, much faster than the average for all occupations. Advances in medical technology have made surgery safer, and more operations are being done to treat a variety of illnesses and injuries. The median annual wage for surgical technologists was $41,790 in May 2012.

    Most surgical technologists are employed by hospitals, day-surgery centers with the remainder working in the offices of physicians. After two years of experience, a certified surgical technologist may apply to become a traveling surgical technologist.

    Lackawanna College’s Surgical Technology program combines classroom instruction with practical clinical externships at local hospitals. Both career-specific and academic core courses are included. Students successfully completing the program are eligible to sit for the National Certifying Exam (CST).

    Surgical Technology Program classes are given days, nights and on weekends (based on the availability of the instructors). Clinical externships, however, must take place during the daytime.

    Objectives

    • To give students an understanding the need for surgical intervention
    • To develop an understanding of the role of surgical technologist as a member of the surgical team
    • To instruct students in the responsibilities which the performance of this role entails
    • To assist students in developing the knowledge of the organizational structure of the hospitals, its departments and the operating room
    • To develop a basic understanding of biological science as it relates to safe operating room procedure
    • To facilitate the hands-on, supervised experience in the operating room performing the duties of a surgical technologist.

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    Annual reporting year

    Admissions criteria and requirements

    Prospective students must meet the college’s minimum requirements. Applicants must submit proof of high school or GED completion with official high school transcript or GED equivalent. Lackawanna College will determine the applicant’s current academic ability based on a combination of following:

    • SAT or ACT test scores, if applicable
      • Recommended SAT scores: 470 Verbal and 470 Math.
      • Recommended ACT scores: 20 or higher in each relevant section.
      • Most scores are valid up to 3 years from test date.
    • College Transfer Credits
      • If transferring credits from another college/university, official college transcripts are required.
    • Placement Test
      • Applicants without valid SAT/ACT scores and who have not previously earned college credits will be required to take the ACCUPLACER exam for determination of current academic ability. Applicants must achieve College Ready scores in Reading, Writing, and Math to be considered qualified for the Surgical Technology program.

    Due to the very specific nature of these degree programs, applicants with transfer credits may only transfer credits related to program core courses including the following:

    • Anatomy and Physiology I – 4 credits
    • Anatomy and Physiology II – 4 credits with lab (if taken within two years)
    • College Algebra
    • Computer Applications
    • College Writing
    • Effective Speaking
    • Introduction to Psychology
    • Medical Ethics (subject to review)
    • Medical Terminology (subject to review)

    Items for official placement into program

    • $100 commitment fee
    • Official high school transcripts
    • Official college transcripts
    • SAT/ACT scores, if applicable
    • FAFSA
    • CPR Certification
    • FBI Clearance
    • State Clearance
    • PA Child Abuse Clearance
    • 2 Step PPD
    • Recent Physical Examination
    • Copy of Immunization Records
      • Varicella Vaccination Date or Date/Year of Chicken Pox
      • Hepatitis B vaccination (3 shots) or waiver
      • MMR documentation or titers
      • Adult TDaP (after age 19)

    Interviews will be scheduled for qualified Surgical Technology program applicants who submit a fully completed application. A mandatory informational meeting will be required prior to start of the selected program.Qualified students will be notified of the date and time upon selection into program. The meeting will review the Surgical Technology department’s policies and expectations. The meeting will also allow for question and answer session and tour of the Lackawanna College facilities.

    Curriculum

    Changes in the curriculum for this program have been approved by ARC/STSA and will be in effect for students beginning their studies in the Fall 2017 cohort.

    This degree program is moving to our Scranton campus in Fall 2017.





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    Lion Hospice, Hurst,

    Mission Statement

    To families facing death, Lion’s strong team brings STRENGTH for today, COURAGE for the journey and PEACE at the enf of a life fully lived.

    Description

    Lion Hospice recognizes that the dying process is a part of the normal process of living and focuses on enhancing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Lion Hospice provides comfort and support to persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as comfortably and fully as possible. The goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last months by offering comfort, dignity and care in a familiar setting. Lion?s strong team helps patients and families address the significant medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual changes in their lives. Hospice addresses all symptoms of a disease, with a special emphasis on controlling a patient’s pain and discomfort. Quality of life is improved as physical, emotional and spiritual concerns are addressed and alleviated. Lion Hospice offers comfort care to all terminally ill patients and support to those patients and their families without regard for diagnosis, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, race, creed, disability, age, place of residence or ability to pay.

    Lion Hospice recognizes that the dying process is a part of the normal process of living and focuses on enhancing the quality of remaining life. Hospice affirms life and neither hastens nor postpones death. Lion Hospice provides comfort and support to persons in the last phases of an incurable disease so that they may live as comfortably and fully as possible. The goal of hospice care is to improve the quality of a patient’s last months by offering comfort, dignity and care in a familiar setting. Lion?s strong team helps patients and families address the significant medical, emotional, psychological and spiritual changes in their lives. Hospice addresses all symptoms of a disease, with a special emphasis on controlling a patient’s pain and discomfort. Quality of life is improved as physical, emotional and spiritual concerns are addressed and alleviated. Lion Hospice offers comfort care to all terminally ill patients and support to those patients and their families without regard for diagnosis, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, race, creed, disability, age, place of residence or ability to pay.

    Mission Statement: To families facing death, Lion’s strong team brings STRENGTH for today, COURAGE for the journey and PEACE at the enf of a life fully lived.

    Organizational Statement of Faith

    Faith is the foundation of this company. Great buildings were never constructed on uncertain foundations. Great causes were never brought to success by vacillating leaders. We must have faith in a higher power, in our mission and organization along with patients and families. Faith is the root of our service.

    Local Affiliation

    Good Shepherd Community Care formerly Circle of Caring #roxanol #hospice

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    Our staff is trained in the Habilitation approach to dementia care using the “Caring for People with Alzheimer’s Disease” program created by the Alzheimer’s Association/ MANH Chapter.

    Good Shepherd Community Care is one of the most trusted health care organizations in Greater Boston focusing on hospice and palliative care. Founded as Hospice of the Good Shepherd in 1978, we are the original Massachusetts hospice. After decades of caring for our community, we continue to remain an independent, not-for-profit, non-sectarian organization.

    We have long been aware of the profound and unique needs of people facing the final stage of life – their own, or that of a loved one. Throughout the years, members of the community have come to see us as an important resource as they navigate this transition. At the heart of our mission is enhancing the quality of remaining life, so that those in the final stage of life can live as fully, independently, and comfortably as possible. Our programs are reflective of that mission.

    Good Shepherd believes in the importance of mutual respect and acceptance and values diversity in our patients, families and caregivers, employees, volunteers, community, and partner organizations. We are committed to these values and honor the dignity of each individual through the care, support and education we provide.

    “We would never have been able to care for my husband at home without this level and quality of care. I could never overstate the excellent services and support we received from every member of your team.” – Family Member

    2016 Good Shepherd Institute Dinner featuring Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel .

    One of the leading practitioners shaping the future of healthcare, with a long record of experience at the top levels of policy Dr. Emanuel trained both as an oncologist (MD, Harvard Medical School) and a political scientist. “Zeke” offers a uniquely thoughtful perspective on the most difficult issues in medicine today.

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    Pretoria West Community #skaket #beach #motel

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    Pretoria West Community Care Forum

    You matter to the last moment of your life,

    and we will do all we can,

    not only to help you die peacefully

    but also to live until you die.”

    Dame Cicely Saunders – Founder of the modern hospice movement

    Western Pretoria in the Greater Tshwane Metropolitan District is a low socio- economic area with a population of 214 967, which is 10% of the total population of Tshwane. The community consists of 70% White, 26% Black and 4% Coloured/Indian residents.

    The unemployment rate has increased by 74% from 1998 to 2002 and is currently estimated at 39,72%. 9- 20% of the households have no income at all. There are 77 squatter camps in the area where 131 000 people live in old wooden huts, broken caravans, squatter huts and other makeshift housing. Poverty has increased by 150% from 1994 to 2005.

    Smoking, alcohol and drug abuse is common in the area. No specific statistics for Western Pretoria is available, but for the Greater Tshwane Metropolitan Health District, the HIV/AIDS prevalence is 15,32 % and the cancer prevalence is 9.44%. Estimated cancer prevalence in the Pretoria West area alone is 33.35%. Patients visit the Tshwane District Hospital, Kalafong Hospital or the Steve Biko Academic Hospital for treatment. Transport for the ill is inadequate and this forces patients to walk to health care facilities.

    There is a substantial need for day- care and home- based care services as the Tshwane Health Home Based Carers visit only 0.2% of patients in need. There are 29 old age homes, 15 welfare homes, 2 municipal clinics and 1 development (HPCA affiliated member) hospice in the area.

    From 2005 to 2010, 144 patients were referred to Sungardens Hospice Pretoria, of whom 130 died and 14 are still being cared for. More than 90% of these patients had cancer and less than 10% suffered from HIV/AIDS. This is unfortunately only a drop in the ocean considering the actual numbers of people living with life- threatening disease. Many people suffering from life- threatening disease are not receiving palliative care and are dying painfully and without dignity.

    The Pretoria West Community Care Forum was initiated by Sungardens Hospice Pretoria in response to an initiative from (HPCA) Hospice Palliative Care Association of South Africa to promote and provide “Quality Palliative Care for All”. Potential networking partners were invited to a successful workshop on 31 March 2010 where the Sustainable Palliative Care through Strategic Partnerships (SPCSP) project was introduced to attendees. The outcome of this workshop was that several organisations working in the Pretoria West area were keen to become networking partners of Sungardens Hospice Pretoria and to form a palliative care forum to promote and enhance quality palliative care for all in the area.

    The first forum meeting was held on 5 May 2010. It was decided and agreed that Sungardens Hospice Pretoria would be steering the forum to develop a palliative care strategy, which is based on what organisations can offer towards palliative care. This palliative care strategy would be presented individually to all parties concerned to obtain their approval and endorsement and would constitute a formal memorandum of agreement between members of the forum. It was agreed that all the member organisations of the forum will be responsible to ensure that this strategy is implemented in the Pretoria West area.

    Veterans – Joliet Area Community Hospice #hospice #guidelines

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    Veterans

    Joliet Area Community Hospice has been honored to provide services for thousands of veterans since 1982 and now enhances that care with Joliet Area Community Hospice’s Pride, Honor Dignity (PHD) Veteran’s Program. This comprehensive program focuses on respectfully celebrating veterans and providing care that recognizes the unique challenges that may exist in military families.
    This program provides care for those who served with Pride, will Honor their lives and service to country, and offers the Dignity so richly deserved.

    We Honor Veterans Program

    In order to provide greater community outreach, specialized education, and enhancements that honor the Veterans in our six county service area, Joliet Area Community Hospice is embarking on a two-fold project for Veterans and their families: Achievement of the We Honor Veterans program highest distinction and the creation of an outdoor
    Veterans Memorial Garden at JACH .

    The National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization (NHPCO) reports that one of every four dying Americans is a Veteran. Joliet Area Community Hospice has been honored to provide services for thousands of veterans since 1982 and enhances that care with JACH s own Pride, Honor, Dignity (PHD) Veteran s Program. JACH is committed to providing care for those who served with Pride, Honoring their lives and service to country, and offering the Dignity so richly deserved. This is accomplished by offering caregiver support, Veterans to Veterans programs, pinning recognition ceremonies, bereavement support, and community education in addition to guidance on resources and benefits available through the Dept. of Veterans Affairs.

    Joliet Area Community Hospice is currently working to achieve the We Honor Veteran s, Hospice Professionals on a Mission to Serve NHPCO program s highest level of distinction. This pioneering program has four levels of achievement that provides opportunities to educate our staff and community about the unique needs of Veterans at end of life. We recently achieved Level 1 designation, with the goal of reaching Level 2 as soon as possible. We now proudly display the We Honor Veterans logo on our website, promotional materials and advertising. We are building capacity and collaborations as we achieve the goals of: improved quality of care for Veterans and their families, increased access to hospice and palliative care, strengthened partnerships with Veteran organizations, and adoption of best practice standards of care for Veterans. Specially trained staff and veteran volunteers are a cornerstone of this program. For more information, contact the Volunteer Department at JACH.

    Pride. Honor. and Dignity

    What is Hospice?
    There comes a time when an illness cannot be cured. At that time, hospice services are a great benefit, a way to thank America s veterans by providing them with comfort, Pride. Honor. and Dignity in their final days.
    Hospice is a type of specialized care designed to treat an individual, not a disease. At Joliet Area Community Hospice, we assist people and their families facing the end of life with a full-range of medical, emotional, spiritual, and social needs. We provide care for Veterans with an array of life limiting illnesses, including but not limited to cancer, AIDS, ALS, heart disease, liver disease, MS, Parkinson s disease, pulmonary disease, stroke, and end stage dementia and Alzheimer s disease.

    The hospice team consists of:

    • Patient Primary Physician
    • Hospice Medical Director
    • Registered Nurse
    • Certified Nurse Assistant
    • Licensed Social Worker
    • Chaplain
    • Volunteers
    • Bereavement Staff

    Members of our hospice team will make regular visits to assess the needs of the patient to provide additional care or other services, no matter where the patient resides. We will care for a patient living at home, in an assisted living facility, nursing home, or our Hospice Home. JACH will work with primary caregivers, family members and/or facility staff to meet the changing needs of the patient. In addition, a nurse is on-call 24 hours a day in order to meet any urgent needs and to provide guidance and support for caregiver concerns.

    Who pays for Veterans Hospice Care?

    Hospice care services are paid by, Medicare, Medicaid, and by private insurance. No one is ever denied care based on their inability to pay or their ethnicity, age, gender, mental or physical status, or religion.

    In addition to their proficiency on caring for those with advanced illnesses, JACH s staff and volunteers have undergone specific training, from the Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) and other local experts, that helps to identify and deal with issues that are unique to those who have provided military service.

    Many veterans have experienced traumatic events that have remained dormant for years only to emerge upon facing their own mortality. Treatment in each of these cases requires special sensitivity and JACH s clinical team of physicians, nurses, chaplains, social workers, certified nurse assistants and volunteers are prepared to identify these needs and recommend specific courses of action.

    Veteran to Veteran Volunteers

    Who understands as well as a veteran who has been there ? JACH welcomes and trains veterans for a variety of volunteering roles including but not limited to:

    Special expressions of gratitude and recognition for veterans on service, upon request, in the form of a unique Pinning Ceremony . This ceremony, performed by Veteran Volunteers, takes place where the patient resides.

    JACH PHD not only provides care for the veteran but for the family as well. This program offers assistance to the families in:

    • Accessing Military records
    • Accessing VA Memorial benefits
    • Accessing VA Burial Benefits
    • Supplying contact information for all other VA benefits that may be applicable

    JolietArea Community Hospice

    • World Class Hospice care to over 1,300 patients and their families a year.
    • First freestanding Hospice Home in the State of Illinois
    • Pediatric Hospice and Palliative Care programs
    • Bereavement Support for patients and families
    • Bereavement Support for the community
    • Six county Service Area
      • Will
      • Grundy
      • Kendall
      • Northern Kankakee
      • Southern DuPage
      • Southern Cook