Vision – Mission Statement – The Hub Hospice #cheap #rates #on #hotels

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Vision Mission Statement

Vision

Hub Hospice envisions a compassionate community where people with life threatening illness are supported if they wish to remain in their own homes, and to achieve their personal goals to the extent possible. In such a community, support is also offered to the family and other caregivers of the client. It is important to us that every life is lived in dignity, respect and comfort and that people do not feel alone.

Hub Hospice hopes for a greater understanding of death and dying throughout the community and that the importance of advanced care planning is understood, so that each individual’s wishes for end-of-life care are clearly known to his or her caregivers.

Mission Statement

Through Hub Hospice, professional staff offer information and referral, assisting clients to make informed choices about their care. Trained volunteers provide compassionate listening and companionship to clients and families at home, wherever they consider their home to be. Clients are supported to live life fully for as long as possible. This goal is facilitated by meeting each client where he or she is on their own life path. The way forward is directed by the client and focusses on compassionate listening, emotional support and the sharing of information during regular visits. These visits may provide the caregivers with the opportunity to rest or to undertake activities outside the home.

Bereavement support is provided to Hub Hospice clients as they experience different kinds of loss in their life. And it is offered to the family or caregivers who are also experiencing loss, both before and after the death of a loved one. Regular group discussions for bereavement support are also being made available by Hub Hospice to members of the community. This support is provided to residents of Mississippi Mills and North Lanark. Our work is informed by the available research, national palliative care standards and other recognized sources. All services are confidential and free of charge.





Mission Statement: Overgate Hospice #motel #hamilton

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Mission Statement

Overgate Hospice Mission Statement:

We are an independent and local charity with a mission to ensure that our patients, and those close to them, live with the best possible quality of life. We do this by providing the highest standard of compassionate and evidence-based specialist palliative and end of life care for adults in Calderdale who have active, progressive, life-limiting illnesses.

Philosophy of care

We care for the whole person and their family, friends and carers. We respect each patient’s priorities and strive to enable them to achieve their personal goals.

• The support of our community, without which we could not raise the funds necessary to provide care. We value every penny raised.

• The contribution and diversity of our staff and volunteers.

• Partnership and collaboration with other health and social care professionals – the patient has the best experience when we work together.

• A culture of learning and continuous improvement, team work, professionalism, honesty, inclusiveness and kindness.

• Feedback that helps us to learn and improve.





Mission Hospice – Hospice – 827 N Main, Cleburne, TX – Phone

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Mission Hospice

§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must… Read More

§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must protect and promote the exercise of these rights.

(a) Standard: Notice of rights and responsibilities. (1) During the initial assessment visit in advance of furnishing care the hospice must provide the patient or representative with verbal (meaning spoken) and written notice of the patient s rights and responsibilities in a language and manner that the patient understands.

(2) The hospice must comply with the requirements of subpart I of part 489 of this chapter regarding advance directives. The hospice must inform and distribute written information to the patient concerning its policies on advance directives, including a description of applicable State law.

(3) The hospice must obtain the patient s or representative s signature confirming that he or she has received a copy of the notice of rights and responsibilities.

(b) Standard: Exercise of rights and respect for property and person. (1) The patient has the right:

(i) To exercise his or her rights as a patient of the hospice;

(ii) To have his or her property and person treated with respect;

(iii) To voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished and the lack of respect for property by anyone who is furnishing services on behalf of the hospice; and

(iv) To not be subjected to discrimination or reprisal for exercising his or her rights.

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§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must protect and promote the exercise of these rights.

(a) Standard: Notice of rights and responsibilities. (1) During the initial assessment visit in advance of furnishing care the hospice must provide the patient or representative with verbal (meaning spoken) and written notice of the patient s rights and responsibilities in a language and manner that the patient understands.

(2) The hospice must comply with the requirements of subpart I of part 489 of this chapter regarding advance directives. The hospice must inform and distribute written information to the patient concerning its policies on advance directives, including a description of applicable State law.

(3) The hospice must obtain the patient s or representative s signature confirming that he or she has received a copy of the notice of rights and responsibilities.

(b) Standard: Exercise of rights and respect for property and person. (1) The patient has the right:

(i) To exercise his or her rights as a patient of the hospice;

(ii) To have his or her property and person treated with respect;

(iii) To voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished and the lack of respect for property by anyone who is furnishing services on behalf of the hospice; and

(iv) To not be subjected to discrimination or reprisal for exercising his or her rights.

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Specialties

Mission Hospice specializes in exceptional hospice care for the terminally ill and their family members. Mission has a talented TEAM of professionals and dedicated volunteers who are passionate about hospice and strive to offer warm, compassionate, customized patient centered care.

History

Established in 2005.

In October of 2005 Mission Hospice was started by Robin and Angie Houghton. Part of what makes Mission Hospice unique is that Robin Angie are both nurses who have worked in the hospice industry for over 15 years. The husband and wife team started Mission Hospice because they wanted to make a bigger difference in the lives of hospice patients and their families. Because of a driving passion and warm, compassionate caring from the top down. Mission hospice has quickly grown into what is now a close nit team of about 115 employees and 50 volunteers who all go above and beyond to create a warm and compassionate environment for both the hospice patients and their families.

Meet the Business Owner: Robin H.

Robin Houghton was born in 1956. He grew up a pastor s son; so caring for others came naturally from the beginning. Robin has a natural love of music and can often be found spending his free time playing his guitar or fiddle for hospice patients, which are his true passion. In 1996 Robin married Angela Bower, between them they have raised 5 kids.
Robin has always been in the business of caring for others. In 1992 he graduated with his RN from Southwestern Adventist University and went to work in the I.C.U then E.R. at John Peter Smith Hospital. He then answered a calling to hospice. He became a hospice nurse in 1996 and later his wife Angie who was also a nurse joined him. This is what sparked Mission Hospice.
In 2005 Mission Hospice started as a husband and wife team but because of a driving passion and warm, compassionate caring from the top down. Mission hospice grew into what is now a close nit team of about 115 employees and 50 volunteers who all go above and beyond.

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Philae found! #rosetta, #comet, #churyumov-gerasimenko, #mission, #space, #ariane #5, #esa, #european #space


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Philae found!

5 September 2016

Less than a month before the end of the mission, Rosetta’s high-resolution camera has revealed the Philae lander wedged into a dark crack on Comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko.

The images were taken on 2 September by the OSIRIS narrow-angle camera as the orbiter came within 2.7 km of the surface and clearly show the main body of the lander, along with two of its three legs.

The images also provide proof of Philae’s orientation, making it clear why establishing communications was so difficult following its landing on 12 November 2014.

“With only a month left of the Rosetta mission, we are so happy to have finally imaged Philae, and to see it in such amazing detail,” says Cecilia Tubiana of the OSIRIS camera team, the first person to see the images when they were downlinked from Rosetta yesterday.

“After months of work, with the focus and the evidence pointing more and more to this lander candidate, I’m very excited and thrilled that we finally have this all-important picture of Philae sitting in Abydos,” says ESA’s Laurence O’Rourke, who has been coordinating the search efforts over the last months at ESA, with the OSIRIS and Lander Science Operations and Navigation Center (SONC, CNES) teams.

Philae was last seen when it first touched down at Agilkia, bounced and then flew for another two hours before ending up at a location later named Abydos, on the comet’s smaller lobe.

After three days, Philae’s primary battery was exhausted and the lander went into hibernation, only to wake up again and communicate briefly with Rosetta in June and July 2015 as the comet came closer to the Sun and more power was available.

OSIRIS narrow-angle camera image with Philae, 2 September

However, until today, the precise location was not known. Radio ranging data tied its location down to an area spanning a few tens of metres, but a number of potential candidate objects identified in relatively low-resolution images taken from larger distances could not be analysed in detail until recently.

While most candidates could be discarded from analysis of the imagery and other techniques, evidence continued to build towards one particular target. which is now confirmed in images taken unprecedentedly close to the surface of the comet.

At 2.7 km, the resolution of the OSIRIS narrow-angle camera is about 5 cm/pixel, sufficient to reveal characteristic features of Philae’s 1 m-sized body and its legs, as seen in these definitive pictures.

Philae close-up, labelled

“This remarkable discovery comes at the end of a long, painstaking search,” says Patrick Martin, ESA’s Rosetta Mission Manager. “We were beginning to think that Philae would remain lost forever. It is incredible we have captured this at the final hour.”

“This wonderful news means that we now have the missing ‘ground-truth’ information needed to put Philae’s three days of science into proper context, now that we know where that ground actually is!” says Matt Taylor, ESA’s Rosetta project scientist.

Now that the lander search is finished we feel ready for Rosetta’s landing, and look forward to capturing even closer images of Rosetta’s touchdown site,” adds Holger Sierks, principal investigator of the OSIRIS camera.

The discovery comes less than a month before Rosetta descends to the comet’s surface. On 30 September, the orbiter will be sent on a final one-way mission to investigate the comet from close up, including the open pits in the Ma’at region, where it is hoped that critical observations will help to reveal secrets of the body’s interior structure.

Further information on the search that led to the discovery of Philae, along with additional images, will be made available soon.

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Pex Repiping #los #angeles #repipe, #los #angeles #repiping, #long #beach #repipe, #long


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PEX REPIPE SPECIALIST

Uponor Pex Repipe – The World’s First, Best, And Most Widely Used System For Single Family Homes And Residential Units.

What is PEX?

PEX is an acronym for crosslinked polyethylene. It is a flexible, durable, proven piping product that has been used in plumbing systems for more than 20 years. PEX tubing won’t pit, scale or corrode and, because of its flexibility, it also offers potential freeze-damage protection.

Residential Commercial Pex Plumbing. Call Toll Free 877-473-7473

Uponor Pex plumbing systems feature PEX-a tubing, which is considered the superior PEX tubing manufacturing method in the industry. PEX-a is the most flexible of all PEX types, and because of its shape and thermal memory, it can use ProPEX expansion fittings which are the only fitting system that actually gets stronger over time – making it highly leak resistant.

1) Repiping in a home begins at the transition point.

2) The transition point is the point where the potable water system enters the building from the exterior of the building.

3) Repiping a potable water system means you totally abandon the existing potable system and replace it with a new system.

4) The first step in repiping your home is masking or “covering” the floors, and this must be completed before the walls are masked off. This overlap “ enveloped ” system allows the plastic sheeting to be rolled up in one continuous motion.

5) Cutting the sheetrock: You will be shocked at how little sheetrock has to be removed for the layout and installation of a new potable water system. A real Pex Plumber is an expert at HVAC, framing, plumbing, and electrical layout, and will lay out the home pex repipe in the most effective route. The better the repiper. the smaller and fewer the drywall holes!

6) A “GREEN REPIPE” potable water system refers to a Pex repipe potable system only – such as UPONOR or ZURN with corrosion resistant fittings. CPVC and copper systems are not green systems.

7) The drywall pieces that are removed must be used in the patching process as each texture is a little different in thickness. This gives you a uniform surface thickness as you start the repair process. Each piece goes back in the hole it came from.

8) Repipe with an approved material. There are currently three main materials used in pex repiping jobs across the US: copper pipe and fittings, CPVC pipe and fittings, and PEX repipe and fittings. (DO NOT USE CPVC, IT IS THE NEXT POLYBUTYLENE)

9) Repipe inspections must be performed by the local building inspectors after the repipe is completed, with the system under full water pressure.

10) The signed inspection card must be given to the homeowner after the PEX repipe inspection is completed.

11) Drywall repair begins after all the necessary backing has been installed. Backing supports the drywall pieces that were removed to access the potable water pipes and accommodate the repiping of a new Pex repipe or copper potable water system.

12) The fiberglass mesh tape must be used 100% of the time.

13) The patches must be pre-filled with quick set patching compound. The compound comes in 18lb bags, and because it is a powder, it must be mixed with water. This locks the perimeter of each patch and will make the area of the patch stronger than it was before the work process began. The reason this is important is that when you close the doors in the house, the walls flex just a little bit, and if you do not perform this method of repair, the patch will fracture over time from the flex/vibration caused by shutting the doors.

14) Do not coat the drywall patches with regular all-purpose joint compound on the repipe patches.This is a common practice and the patches will crack later 100% of the time, even if it’s years later.

15) Coat all the repipe drywall patches with quick set patching compound only. USG will do and you can find it at any home and hardware store, or you will have fractures in the walls at the patch locations.

16) Float all the walls with quick set patching compound and use a 12″ drywall knife and stagger each coat until the walls become smooth and flat. The next step is wet sanding the patches and this must be done if you want the patches to blend in perfectly after the texture is applied. The reason you’ve seen bad patches in the past is that repairmen do not know how to “kill the edges.” This is an old drywall term that means you must do the detail wet sanding work and there is no short cut.

17) Texture to match the existing texture, and this is not as easy as you might think. This is a real art form for the few that know what they are doing. Also, if the texture is spray texture, you must sponge off the overspray for the texture to match. Nothing gives away the location of a patch more than overspray that is painted over and not “killing the edges.”

18) Paint to match the existing paint. All repipe companies color match the same way. They run down to their local hardware store and have the computer color matching done by the man behind the counter. This is beginner color matching. The proper way to color match is hand color matching. First, match the paint sheen. Second, computer match for the base color. Third, tint for color adjustment. Fourth, match the color and sheen after the paint sample has dried. Repeat if necessary. Did you know that the paint color on the wall after it dries will be different than the paint color while it is wet and in the can?

19) If you follow the basic repiping rules, after a very short time you will not be able to point out all the drywall patches from the repair. You will simply forget where the holes were due to the patches receiving the proper floating, texture and painting techniques. Your friends, neighbors, relatives, and even plumbing contractors will not be able to find the patches.

20) This is a basic guideline for a home repipe. and if done, properly you will have a repipe that was done as well as a repipe can be done.

At Integrity Repipe. we provide total abandonment of your existing potable system, and there are never hidden extras, and we don’t hire subcontractors. You’ll receive nothing but the finest, most complete and professional job in the industry. The scope will be for a lead-free and yellow brass -free potable “GREEN SYSTEM” with a full lifetime warranty that covers material and labor.

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Top 10 Mission Statements

1-Dell Mission Statement

Dell s mission is to be the most successful Computer Company in the world at delivering the best customer experience in markets we serve. In doing so, Dell will meet customer expectations of:
• Highest quality
• Leading technology
• Competitive pricing
• Individual and company accountability
• Best-in-class service and support
• Flexible customization capability
• Superior corporate citizenship
• Financial stability

2-Wal-Mart Mission Statement

Our mission is to enhance and integrate our supplier diversity programs into all of our procurement practices and to be an advocate for minority- and women-owned businesses.

3-Microsoft Mission Statement

At Microsoft, we work to help people and businesses throughout the world realize their full potential. This is our mission. Everything we do reflects this mission and the values that make it possible.

4-Southwest Airlines Misson Statement

The mission of Southwest Airlines is dedication to the highest quality of Customer Service delivered with a sense of warmth, friendliness, individual pride, and Company Spirit.

We are committed to provide our Employees a stable work environment with equal opportunity for learning and personal growth. Creativity and innovation are encouraged for improving the effectiveness of Southwest Airlines. Above all, Employees will be provided the same concern, respect, and caring attitude within the organization that they are expected to share externally with every Southwest Customer.

5-Starbucks Mission Statement

To inspire and nurture the human spirit— one person, one cup, and one neighborhood at a time.

Here are the principles of how we live that every day:

Our Coffee
It has always been, and will always be, about quality. We’re passionate about ethically sourcing the finest coffee beans, roasting them with great care, and improving the lives of people who grow them. We care deeply about all of this; our work is never done.

Our Partners
We’re called partners, because it’s not just a job, it’s our passion. Together, we embrace diversity to create a place where each of us can be ourselves. We always treat each other with respect and dignity. And we hold each other to that standard.

Our Customers
When we are fully engaged, we connect with, laugh with, and uplift the lives of our customers— even if just for a few moments. Sure, it starts with the promise of a perfectly made beverage, but our work goes far beyond that. It’s really about human connection.

Our Stores
When our customers feel this sense of belonging, our stores become a haven, a break from the worries outside, a place where you can meet with friends. It’s about enjoyment at the speed of life—sometimes slow and savored, sometimes faster. Always full of humanity.

Our Neighborhood
Every store is part of a community, and we take our responsibility to be good neighbors seriously. We want to be invited in wherever we do business. We can be a force for positive action— bringing together our partners, customers, and the community to contribute every day. Now we see that our responsibility—and our potential for good—is even larger. The world is looking to Starbucks to set the new standard, yet again. We will lead.

Our Shareholders
We know that as we deliver in each of these areas, we enjoy the kind of success that rewards our shareholders. We are fully accountable to get each of these elements right so that Starbucks—and everyone it touches—can endure and thrive.

6-Citigroup Mission Statement

Our goal for Citigroup is to be the most respected global financial services company. Like any other public company, we re obligated to deliver profits and growth to our shareholders. Of equal importance is to deliver those profits and generate growth responsibly.

7-Ford Motors Mission Statement

We are a global family with a proud heritage passionately committed to providing personal mobility for people around the world.

8-Harley Davidson Mission Statement

We fulfill dreams through the experience of motorcycling, by providing to motorcyclists and to the general public an expanding line of motorcycles and branded products and services in selected market segments.

9-Nike Mission Statement

To Bring Inspiration and innovation to every athlete in the world.

10-The Walt Disney Mission Statement

The mission of The Walt Disney Company is to be one of the world s leading producers and providers of entertainment and information. Using our portfolio of brands to differentiate our content, services and consumer products, we seek to develop the most creative, innovative and profitable entertainment experiences and related products in the world.

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Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary: Certificate in Ministry #certificate #in #ministry, #cim, #austin


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Certificate In Ministry (CIM)

The Certificate in Ministry is a primarily online program for church leaders and others seeking substantive theological education but who are not planning to pursue study in a degree program. Seven courses are required to complete the certificate program.

Anyone who seeks theological preparation for church leadership or wishes to enrich his/her personal theological understanding will be well-served by the CIM program. In particular, the CIM may meet requirements for Commissioned Ruling Elders in the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), and for leadership in other Christian traditions.

REQUIRED COURSES

  • Church History (online)
  • Reading the Bible Theologically (online)
  • Worship and Preaching (online with some on campus instruction)
  • Christian Education (online with some on campus instruction)
  • Pastoral Care and Leadership (online)
  • Ministry Foundations in Bible and Theology (online)

ELECTIVES:

  • PC(USA) Polity (online)
  • Comparative Religion (online)
  • Introducing Christian Ethics (online)
  • Effective Church Leadership
  • Evangelism
  • Additional courses are in development

SCHEDULE

Spring 2017: March 27 June 2
Application Deadline is February 10

CIM.03R Worship and Preaching, taught by Professor Carolyn Helsel
CIM.06R Ministry Foundations in Bible and Theology, taught by Professor John Alsup

Fall 2017. Sept 5 Nov 10
Application Deadline is July 14

CIM.04R Christian Education, taught by Professor David White
CIM.09E Introducing Christian Ethics, taught by Professor Asante Todd

APPLICATION

If you are interested in this program, please click on the “Application” link below. You may register for courses as soon as you have been admitted to the program; please allow up to two weeks to process your application.


Mission, Vision and Values – North London Hospice #hospice #charity

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Mission, Vision and Values

Mission Statement

We are committed to providing the best care for people with a potentially life-limiting illness, and aim to add quality and meaning to their life journey.

We do this in the following ways:

  • delivering specialist palliative care
  • providing additional support and services to meet individual needs
  • sharing our skills and experience to influence others providing care
  • maximising and supporting community involvement

We provide this care and support to people in their own homes, care homes or at our North London Hospice centres in Finchley and Enfield.

Vision Statement

Our vision is that everyone in our diverse community who is affected by a potentially life limiting illness will have equal access to the services and support they need to optimise their quality of life.

Our Values

Trusting Relationships – ensuring effective collaboration and team working

Adaptable – ensuring continuous improvement

Learning Developing – ensuring continuous personal and team development

Good Communication – ensuring clarity, respect and mutual understanding

Ever thought of getting a will made? For the month of November we are offering you the amazing opportunity to have your will
professionally written or amended for free, whilst at the
same time supporting your local Hospice.
Instead, you will be invited to make a voluntary donation to North London Hospice, or consider leaving us a gift in your Will, to help us continue our vital services.
For more information: http://www.northlondonhospice.org/events/will-month-2/ or call our fundraising team on. See More See Less

North London Hospice

Come along to the Hospice, Barrowell Green, Winchmore Hill on Thursday 8 September from 6.30pm to see the work of local artist Claudia Biçen, who will be showcasing her latest project ‘Thoughts in Passing’, a series of nine audio-visual portraits of hospice patients. Entry is FREE.

For more information: http://www.northlondonhospice.org/events/thoughts-in-passing-art-exhibition-and-talk/. See More See Less





Special Education #special #education #mission #statement #examples


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DoDEA

Special Education

In DoDEA’s Community Strategic Plan, the vision statement, the mission statement and the guiding principles each embrace the notion that ALL students will be successful in our schools. Special educators work collaboratively with general educators and share the responsibility for ensuring that students with identified disabilities will meet with success. ALL students can learn when instruction is geared to their strengths and they are given sufficient opportunity to learn.

Special education is specially designed instruction, support, and services provided to students with an identified disability requiring an individually designed instructional program to meet their unique learning needs. The purpose of special education is to enable students to successfully develop to their fullest potential by providing a free appropriate public education in compliance with the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA) as implemented by DoD Instruction 1342.12, “Provision of Early Intervention and Special Education Services to Eligible DoD Dependents.”

In DoDEA, special education and related services are available to eligible students, ages 3 through 21 years of age. To be eligible for special education:

  • The child must have an identified disability;
  • The disability must adversely (negatively) affect the child’s educational performance; and
  • The child must require a specially designed instructional program.

Note: Students with a disability who are not found eligible for special education and related services may receive reasonable accommodations and modifications under DoDEA Policy Memorandum: Nondiscrimination on the Basis of Disability in a DoDEA Dependent Educational Programs and Activities.

Eligibility Categories

DoDEA recognizes clearly defined categories of disabilities with specific criteria for determining eligibility. The primary categories and specific disabilities recognized by DoDEA are:

Physical Impairment
  • autism spectrum disorder
  • blind
  • deaf
  • deaf/blind
  • hearing impairment
  • other health impairment
  • orthopedic impairment
  • traumatic brain injury
  • visual impairment
Communication Impairment
Emotional Impairment
Learning Impairment
  • intellectual disability
  • specific learning disability
Developmental Delay

Educational Services

Decisions regarding the type of special education services to be provided and the educational placement for the provision of such services is based upon a student’s individual need. Students with disabilities are educated in the least restrictive environment that is most appropriate for them. A variety of special education services are available beginning with full participation in the general education classroom to the extent possible–often with the provision of supplementary aids and support–as determined by the school’s Case Study Committee (CSC) which includes parents. Services are provided in the least restrictive environment for each student and may include:

  • Consultation provided by special educators to the general education teacher;
  • Collaborative instruction in the general education classroom through co-teaching by the general and special education teachers; and
  • Instruction in the special education classroom for part or all of the school day.

Related services are those services required for the student to benefit from his or her special education program and may include psychological and counseling services, language, speech, and hearing, transportation, assistive technology, physical and occupational therapy, and medical services that are required for diagnostic or evaluation purposes.

Developmental Intervention Services

The Military Medical Departments through their Educational and Developmental Intervention Services (EDIS) are responsible for providing related services (e.g. physical and occupational therapy, clinical psychology) in DoDEA schools located overseas. EDIS is also responsible for the provision of Early Intervention Services (EIS) for children, ages birth through 2, at all DoDEA locations. The related services available at each overseas location are identified in the DoD Directory, Early Intervention, Special Education, and Related Services in OCONUS Communities .

Contact Information:

DoDEA Special Education Coordinator
4800 Mark Center Drive
Alexandria VA 22350-1400


Mission Hospice – Hospice – 827 N Main, Cleburne, TX – Phone

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Mission Hospice

§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must… Read More

§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must protect and promote the exercise of these rights.

(a) Standard: Notice of rights and responsibilities. (1) During the initial assessment visit in advance of furnishing care the hospice must provide the patient or representative with verbal (meaning spoken) and written notice of the patient s rights and responsibilities in a language and manner that the patient understands.

(2) The hospice must comply with the requirements of subpart I of part 489 of this chapter regarding advance directives. The hospice must inform and distribute written information to the patient concerning its policies on advance directives, including a description of applicable State law.

(3) The hospice must obtain the patient s or representative s signature confirming that he or she has received a copy of the notice of rights and responsibilities.

(b) Standard: Exercise of rights and respect for property and person. (1) The patient has the right:

(i) To exercise his or her rights as a patient of the hospice;

(ii) To have his or her property and person treated with respect;

(iii) To voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished and the lack of respect for property by anyone who is furnishing services on behalf of the hospice; and

(iv) To not be subjected to discrimination or reprisal for exercising his or her rights.

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§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must protect and promote the exercise of these rights.

(a) Standard: Notice of rights and responsibilities. (1) During the initial assessment visit in advance of furnishing care the hospice must provide the patient or representative with verbal (meaning spoken) and written notice of the patient s rights and responsibilities in a language and manner that the patient understands.

(2) The hospice must comply with the requirements of subpart I of part 489 of this chapter regarding advance directives. The hospice must inform and distribute written information to the patient concerning its policies on advance directives, including a description of applicable State law.

(3) The hospice must obtain the patient s or representative s signature confirming that he or she has received a copy of the notice of rights and responsibilities.

(b) Standard: Exercise of rights and respect for property and person. (1) The patient has the right:

(i) To exercise his or her rights as a patient of the hospice;

(ii) To have his or her property and person treated with respect;

(iii) To voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished and the lack of respect for property by anyone who is furnishing services on behalf of the hospice; and

(iv) To not be subjected to discrimination or reprisal for exercising his or her rights.

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Mission Hospice specializes in exceptional hospice care for the terminally ill and their family members. Mission has a talented TEAM of professionals and dedicated volunteers who are passionate about hospice and strive to offer warm, compassionate, customized patient centered care.

History

Established in 2005.

In October of 2005 Mission Hospice was started by Robin and Angie Houghton. Part of what makes Mission Hospice unique is that Robin Angie are both nurses who have worked in the hospice industry for over 15 years. The husband and wife team started Mission Hospice because they wanted to make a bigger difference in the lives of hospice patients and their families. Because of a driving passion and warm, compassionate caring from the top down. Mission hospice has quickly grown into what is now a close nit team of about 115 employees and 50 volunteers who all go above and beyond to create a warm and compassionate environment for both the hospice patients and their families.

Meet the Business Owner: Robin H.

Robin Houghton was born in 1956. He grew up a pastor s son; so caring for others came naturally from the beginning. Robin has a natural love of music and can often be found spending his free time playing his guitar or fiddle for hospice patients, which are his true passion. In 1996 Robin married Angela Bower, between them they have raised 5 kids.
Robin has always been in the business of caring for others. In 1992 he graduated with his RN from Southwestern Adventist University and went to work in the I.C.U then E.R. at John Peter Smith Hospital. He then answered a calling to hospice. He became a hospice nurse in 1996 and later his wife Angie who was also a nurse joined him. This is what sparked Mission Hospice.
In 2005 Mission Hospice started as a husband and wife team but because of a driving passion and warm, compassionate caring from the top down. Mission hospice grew into what is now a close nit team of about 115 employees and 50 volunteers who all go above and beyond.

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The Mission Belle is perfectly situated in central Mount Maunganui, within walking distance to all the local attractions and right in the heart of Maunganui Road’s vibrant stretch of restaurants, caf s and shops.

The spanish mission-style building was built in 1996 and all 12 rooms have been recently renovated. The new rooms bring a fresh and contemporary feel of streamlined comfort and feature modern furnishings alongside the original arched windows and ceiling rose pendants.

We have everything you need for a young family and plenty of space to store your bike, surfboard or kayak. The sheltered BBQ area and outdoor tables are perfect for summer alfresco dining, sun-drenched coffees or a late afternoon get-together. While the surrounding shores of Pilot Bay and the Mount main beach are perfect for a picnic and a swim, it is a short walk to the Mount base track for a hike up the mountain or a soak at the salt-water hot pools.

The Mission Belle Motel is a 10-minute drive from Tauranga airport and a 15-minute drive to Tauranga city. Our guests can enjoy free WiFi, free on-site parking and 50+ Sky TV channels.

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Our company cleans up like no other contractor you ve seen. We vacuum up any mess with our own vacuum! All our employees are cordial and trustworthy. We are a family company and we consider our customers to be our extended family. Your satisfaction with our service is our utmost priority. Our customers generally come to us through word of mouth and our phone rings constantly. Thank you for recommending us through the years and trusting us with your home.

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We are strictly residential electricians. This means we know how to take care of your home in every way. We specialize in accent lighting, ceiling fans, kitchen remodels, can lighting, attic fans, and much more. Our company cleans up like no other contractor you ve seen. We vacuum up any mess with our own vacuum! All our employees are cordial and trustworthy. We are a family company and we consider our customers to be our extended family. Your satisfaction with our service is our utmost priority. Our customers generally come to us through word of mouth and our phone rings constantly.


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Our mission: To provide exceptional, compassionate end-of-life care to our community. Hospice of Marion County and Its affiliated companies, Accent Medical, SummerField Suites, and The Center for Comprehensive Palliative Care are committed to the highest Standards of Excellence.

Our Vision

Our vision is to provide excellent compassionate care, services and products to the community we serve. Toward this vision, we offer an environment where employees can share ideas in the pursuit of excellence, while maintaining strategic and organizational flexibility to meet the challenges of a changing industry landscape. To achieve this vision, we make the following commitments to those whose lives we touch on a daily basis:

Our Values

These standards are based on specific staff service behaviors that are necessary to achieve and maintain Mission, Vision and Values.

Hospice Healthcare

Hospice of Marion County, Inc. has expanded its services beyond traditional hospice care by creating three separate legal companies which work together to provide high quality and compassionate care.

The coordinated relationship between our companies and our four specialty programs ensures an exceptional scope of services which often reduces costs. Each agency is distinct with its area of expertise, staff and management.

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§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must… Read More

§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must protect and promote the exercise of these rights.

(a) Standard: Notice of rights and responsibilities. (1) During the initial assessment visit in advance of furnishing care the hospice must provide the patient or representative with verbal (meaning spoken) and written notice of the patient s rights and responsibilities in a language and manner that the patient understands.

(2) The hospice must comply with the requirements of subpart I of part 489 of this chapter regarding advance directives. The hospice must inform and distribute written information to the patient concerning its policies on advance directives, including a description of applicable State law.

(3) The hospice must obtain the patient s or representative s signature confirming that he or she has received a copy of the notice of rights and responsibilities.

(b) Standard: Exercise of rights and respect for property and person. (1) The patient has the right:

(i) To exercise his or her rights as a patient of the hospice;

(ii) To have his or her property and person treated with respect;

(iii) To voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished and the lack of respect for property by anyone who is furnishing services on behalf of the hospice; and

(iv) To not be subjected to discrimination or reprisal for exercising his or her rights.

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§418.52 Condition of participation: Patient s rights.

The patient has the right to be informed of his or her rights, and the hospice must protect and promote the exercise of these rights.

(a) Standard: Notice of rights and responsibilities. (1) During the initial assessment visit in advance of furnishing care the hospice must provide the patient or representative with verbal (meaning spoken) and written notice of the patient s rights and responsibilities in a language and manner that the patient understands.

(2) The hospice must comply with the requirements of subpart I of part 489 of this chapter regarding advance directives. The hospice must inform and distribute written information to the patient concerning its policies on advance directives, including a description of applicable State law.

(3) The hospice must obtain the patient s or representative s signature confirming that he or she has received a copy of the notice of rights and responsibilities.

(b) Standard: Exercise of rights and respect for property and person. (1) The patient has the right:

(i) To exercise his or her rights as a patient of the hospice;

(ii) To have his or her property and person treated with respect;

(iii) To voice grievances regarding treatment or care that is (or fails to be) furnished and the lack of respect for property by anyone who is furnishing services on behalf of the hospice; and

(iv) To not be subjected to discrimination or reprisal for exercising his or her rights.

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Example: There are a few times in life when a meal is so expertly crafted and planned that it is nothing short of genius. Last night, I had one of those meals – the Mahi Mahi.

The dish was excellently prepared. Grilled, juicy, and fresh without a hint of fishiness. A glaze of tangerine sauce brought a hint of tart sweetness. The fish was placed on a mound of sweet plantain rice. The combination of the fish and rice alone was to die for!

However, as only expert chefs can achieve, additional garnishes provided even bolder, beautiful tastes. Pickled onions topping the fish made for an even finer taste experience, while green beans hidden under the fish added freshness and completed each bite

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Specialties

Mission Hospice specializes in exceptional hospice care for the terminally ill and their family members. Mission has a talented TEAM of professionals and dedicated volunteers who are passionate about hospice and strive to offer warm, compassionate, customized patient centered care.

History

Established in 2005.

In October of 2005 Mission Hospice was started by Robin and Angie Houghton. Part of what makes Mission Hospice unique is that Robin Angie are both nurses who have worked in the hospice industry for over 15 years. The husband and wife team started Mission Hospice because they wanted to make a bigger difference in the lives of hospice patients and their families. Because of a driving passion and warm, compassionate caring from the top down. Mission hospice has quickly grown into what is now a close nit team of about 115 employees and 50 volunteers who all go above and beyond to create a warm and compassionate environment for both the hospice patients and their families.

Meet the Business Owner: Robin H.

Robin Houghton was born in 1956. He grew up a pastor s son; so caring for others came naturally from the beginning. Robin has a natural love of music and can often be found spending his free time playing his guitar or fiddle for hospice patients, which are his true passion. In 1996 Robin married Angela Bower, between them they have raised 5 kids.
Robin has always been in the business of caring for others. In 1992 he graduated with his RN from Southwestern Adventist University and went to work in the I.C.U then E.R. at John Peter Smith Hospital. He then answered a calling to hospice. He became a hospice nurse in 1996 and later his wife Angie who was also a nurse joined him. This is what sparked Mission Hospice.
In 2005 Mission Hospice started as a husband and wife team but because of a driving passion and warm, compassionate caring from the top down. Mission hospice grew into what is now a close nit team of about 115 employees and 50 volunteers who all go above and beyond.

Mission Hospice