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Bedford Football Stadium is getting upgrades

Bedford Public Schools is planning major upgrades to Bedford Community Stadium in two phases over the next 16 months. The first phase is scheduled to begin this summer, according to a news release from the school district. Currently, the district operates and maintains two stadiums: Bedford Community Stadium and Soccer/Lacrosse …

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Community calendar for 05/16/22 to 05/23/22

*Community Events* Antigo Area Community Food Pantry May 18thth 11am-1pm (Wed.) & 20 Mayth 1:00pm-3:00pm (Fri.), 2120 Progress Blvd., Antigo (715) 623-1103. We ask all people wishing to use the Food Pantry to wait in cars or outside and a volunteer will provide instructions on the service. Our monthly fundraising …

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Chippewa Valley LGBTQ Community Center offers community support – Blugold Media

Dan Bennett-Hardy, the secretary and office manager for the Chippewa Valley LGBTQ Community Centersaid he was at a conference to speak about healthcare for the LGTBQ community and saw firsthand the importance of their work. Bennett-Hardy said he spoke in his speech about the importance of telling family you love …

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Teen Greenwich philanthropists make an impression by giving grants to the Domestic Violence Center and more

After considering several worthy potential recipients, the young members of Generation Impact voted last month to award a $10,000 grant to the Stamford Domestic Violence Crisis Center. They made the decision on April 12 at the Arch Street Teen Center in Greenwich as part of their Big Give event. This …

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Delaware’s 2,919 COVID victims honored at memorial service

More than two years after the pandemic began, Delaware leaders met with friends and family members of those who have lost their lives to COVID-19. Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long officiated at the ceremony and spoke about the loss felt by so many across the state and country. “We have 2,919 …

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The US pediatricians group is moving to abandon race-based guidance

The American Academy of Pediatrics says it is scrutinizing all of its guidelines to eliminate “race-based” medicine and the health disparities it creates Of LINDSEY TANNER AP Medical Writer May 2, 2022 at 4:15 am • 3 minutes read Share on FacebookShare on TwitterEmail this article For years, pediatricians have …

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Donna Oleari advocates for people with special needs – The Fort Morgan Times

Donna Oleari quickly became interested in advocacy and special needs education when she learned that her youngest son, Jack, had Down Syndrome. “While you are educating yourself on a subject, you should be teaching others. No one should later be in the same boat as you,” said Oleari, who now …

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Early Education in Santa Monica: Kindergarten Nuestra Casita

Apr 28, 2022 3:24 p.m by Ivy Chang The early years of life are the best time to ensure a strong future for all Santa Monica children. Early education promotes equal opportunities and is essential for thriving families and communities. Whether children begin care as infants, toddlers, or preschoolers, Santa …

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The LivingWell Cancer Resource Center is opening a location in Warrenville on May 2nd

On Monday, May 2nd, the LivingWell Cancer Resource Center, part of Northwestern Medicine, will open a second location in Warrenville. Located in the Keystone Building at 4525 Weaver Parkway, LivingWell offers more than 100 free programs and services to support patients, families and caregivers affected by cancer. “We are very …

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The OPTIONS initiative helps addicts

FARMINGTON — Selected men were introduced Tuesday night, April 12, to Katlyn Johnson, a substance abuse counselor who works with the police department. “She’s an UMF graduate who moved here from somewhere,” said Police Commissioner Kenneth Charles. “She has worked in substance abuse issues for the past four years. She …

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Inconsistent communications and uncertainty are worrying families of soldiers at Fort Bragg stationed near Ukraine

FORT BRAGG, NC (WTVD) – Concern is mounting as the war in Ukraine continues to rage. For Fort Bragg families with their loved ones on the ground, there is great uncertainty as to how long they will remain there. “The type of event we’re dealing with right now is like …

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Governor Abbott is sending a second migrant bus to Washington DC to protest the end of Title 42

A second group of asylum seekers arrived in Washington, DC Thursday on a chartered bus after Texas Gov. Greg Abbott ordered the Texas Division of Emergency Management to transport migrants from Texas to DC This comes just a day after the first bus carrying undocumented migrants from Colombia, Cuba, Venezuela …

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Restaurant St. Francis seeks accommodation for Ukrainian refugee family

In keeping with the “spirit of giving and involving,” Peter Burzynski and his family, owners of the Polonez restaurant in St. Francis, are trying to help a family of Ukrainian refugees find a home. Burzynski said his mother saw a Facebook post shared by a family friend and former St. …

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The LGBTQ Center is hosting an open house at its new Pottstown location

POTTSTOWN – The LGBTQ Center for Better Reading at Family by Choice has announced its first event. The center will be hosting an open house/drop-in on Wednesday, April 13 from 4-7 pm at 301 King St. in Pottstown, Pottstown’s First Baptist Church. The entrance is the door on Charlotte Street. …

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As the cost of living increases, support services expect rates of domestic violence to increase as well

Frontline services fear the rising cost of living will lead to an increase in domestic violence while struggling to meet current demand. Core items: Rising costs of living are making it difficult for people to leave violent situations, a service provider says The topic is particularly challenging in regional and …

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Meet Allison Carballo and support Ann’s Place on April 27th at The Ridgefield Playhouse

Ann’s Place is pleased to bring back its spring fashion show, On the catwalk – celebrating the survivors at April 27 at the Ridgefield Playhouse. The event will be hosted by the hilarious Christine O’Leary. Now in its 6th year, the models will wear Spring Summer 2022 fashions expertly curated …

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Tucson Collaborative connects older adults with services, support | local news

Diana Ramos for the Arizona Daily Star By 2034, for the first time in US history, older adults will outnumber children under the age of 18, according to the Census Bureau. “If aging isn’t your problem, it will be,” says Elizabeth Cozzi, senior director of the Elder Alliance in Tucson, …

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Local organizations are doing their part to help Ukrainian refugees

Local organizations, including Christian Aid Ministries and the Mennonite Central Committee, are doing what they can to provide humanitarian assistance to refugees in war-torn Ukraine and surrounding countries. Other organizations, such as Catholic charities, are headquartered in Cuyahoga County, so local relief efforts are channeled through national offices. More:The war …

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VA is reversing course by eliminating caregivers for Arizona families from the program

PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -The VA is changing course on plans to drop grants for family members to care for our injured veterans. “It proves that standing up and saying, ‘That’s not right,’ works,” said Lindsay Dove, who lives in Gilbert. She has fought to keep her husband Kevin by his …

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LGBT center expands service areas with satellite locations

The LGBT Center of Greater Reading announced the addition of two new satellite locations in Pottstown and Columbia, further expanding the center’s presence in Montgomery and Lancaster counties and its ability to serve even more voters. “The LGBTQIA+ population is underserved and underrepresented in both Montgomery and Lancaster Counties, as …

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Homes for Ukraine sponsorship program plagued by ‘unworkable’ bureaucracy | refugees

Britain’s Homes for Ukraine scheme will be “entirely unworkable” unless the government cuts excessive red tape and takes urgent steps to coordinate the matching process, the shadow communities secretary has warned. In conversation with the observer Lisa Nandy also said that charities and local governments should be properly consulted before …

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The KidGlov ad agency podcast is hosted by Outlook Enrichment’s Paulette Monthei

KidGlov, a boutique marketing and advertising agency based in Lincoln and Omaha, Neb., recently welcomed Paulette Monthei, executive director of Outlook Enrichment, to her Agency for Change podcast. The episode explores how the organization empowers people with vision loss to live fulfilling lives. “It was inspiring to speak with Paulette …

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Mental Illness Support Group Launches at Grand Forks Air Force Base – Grand Forks Herald

GRAND FORKS — The National Alliance on Mental Illness will provide support group services at Grand Forks Air Force Base. According to a press release, the free and confidential support group will be held on the third Thursday of every month at 6 p.m. at the Prairie Rose Chapel on …

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Alzheimer’s New Jersey announces spring fundraisers – Essex News Daily

This slide show requires JavaScript. WEST ORANGE, NJ — Alzheimer’s New Jersey, the premier line of local support for New Jersey residents affected by Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias, is kicking off its 2022 Walk to Fight Alzheimer’s with two Walk events this spring. The first will be held on …

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“The trauma is huge…it’s not like offering Airbnb

Martin Hawkes and his wife Róisín Connolly are experienced hosts of refugees. In September 2017, they offered Ahmad*, who had fled his hometown of Aleppo and traveled across Syria and Turkey to the Greek islands, a vacant room at their home in the Dublin suburb of Rathgar before accepting an …

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After two years of COVID-19, data guides university support for mental health

College advisory services rely on data to guide support as student needs and campus operations continue to drastically change amid the coronavirus pandemic. To find the best way to support students who are facing unprecedented challenges throughout their studies, colleges are drawing on robust data from electronic medical records and …

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INMED Child Abuse Prevention Program gets high marks

INMED USA’s Healthy Families Loudoun continues to be one of Healthy Families Virginia’s top providers of child abuse and neglect prevention programs, according to a recent quality assurance assessment. The assessment, conducted by a representative from HFV and Prevent Child Abuse Virginia, examined family records, supervision documentation, training records and …

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Texas is investigating parents for mentoring transgender youth, Suit says

HOUSTON — Texas officials have begun screening parents of transgender youth for possible child abuse, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday, after Gov. Greg Abbott last week ordered them to treat certain medical treatments as possible crimes. The investigation by the state Department of Family and Protection Services, which was …

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Crowds gather to protest Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, shouting “No more war.”

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) — Dozens gathered at Ala Moana Beach Park on Sunday to condemn Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Many of the protesters, of Ukrainian and Eastern European descent, chanted “No more war” and “Putin must go” and wore the blue and yellow colors of the Ukrainian flag to urge people …

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Robert Kennedy Jr.’s crusade against the Covid vaccine is tormenting the family

Blake Fleetwood, a writer who calls Mr. Kennedy “an inspiration” and has been a friend and skiing mate since 1971, said he cannot understand why Mr. Kennedy would risk “his whole life” as an activist by “embracing this crusade “. ” “Why is he screwing up his whole life’s work?” …

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UW Deepens Community Connections with Significant Expansion of South Madison Partnership

Volunteer Alicia Vande Ven helps a client with his 2021 tax return at the Richard Dilley Tax Center in the UW-Madison South Madison Partnership building. Photo: Bryce Richter On a Monday morning, the UW South Madison Partnership compound on Park Street buzzed with activity. People flocked in and out seeking …

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Recognize the signs and find help

In the United States, elder abuse in all its forms is becoming more prevalent as the population ages. According to a, it is more common in nursing homes and nursing facilities Study 2018. But it can happen anywhere, including in your own home. To protect yourself and the older adults …

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Governor Hochul sent $10 million to support Asian American community groups in New York

(WIVB) – New York Gov. Kathy Hochul announced $10 million in state funding to help Asian American communities that have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic. The state dollars come from the 2021-22 state budget and go to community groups that provide support services to the Empire State’s Asian American …

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Hethersett Youngster one in 400 people with KBG syndrome

Released: 7:00 a.m. February 17, 2022 Eva Jones shares many of the same qualities as any other nine year old – she loves being with her friends, playing computer games and being outdoors. But there’s one thing about the Hethersett boy that she shares with only around 400 other people …

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Health Advice, February 11, 2022 | Messages

creative care The Atlantic Center for the Arts is hosting creative nurturing classes at Menard-May Park in Edgewater every Monday from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. from February 7 through March 14 and every Tuesday at 2:00 p.m. from February 8 through March 22 :00 p.m., at the Daytona Beach …

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Landscape work earns students a grant from Rotary: A Place in the Sun

LAKEWOOD, Ohio – At a recent meeting of the Rotary Club of Lakewood-Rocky River Sunrise, Tessa Pickering received a $5,000 scholarship for her freshman year at Ohio State University. This scholarship was made possible by a donation to the club foundation from club member William Minnich. Minnich had seen Tessa’s …

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5 ways Omicron has changed the way we connect

Getty Images Blame Omicron. That’s what Lori Gladstone did this year when she decided how to socialize amid the threat of the variant’s virulent transmissibility. Gladstone, of Plainview, New York, went to a bridal shower for her soon-to-be daughter-in-law in late January, but her sister didn’t attend because of Omicron. …

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What’s cooking: Evelyn’s kitchen table | family

KINGSPORT — If you didn’t find Evelyn’s Kitchen Table, you don’t know what you’re missing. Located in the Green Acres shopping center on North Eastman Road, the restaurant opened almost two years ago. The owners wanted to create a breakfast and lunch-focused restaurant with the feel of a neighborhood diner …

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Town crier: Help yourself | announcements

Shop at Methodist Thrift Welcome to a new year of exciting shopping at the United Methodist Thrift Shop. If you’re on the go and looking for just the right item at just the right price, check out our quality selection. Our community is extremely generous and we invite you to …

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PFF provides educational tools for PF for International Quality of Life Month

In celebration of International Quality of Life Month in January, the Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation (PFF) is raising awareness of the educational resources it provides to support and improve the lives of people living with Pulmonary Fibrosis (PF). “Start January on a positive note by taking advantage of the many community …

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bulletin board | Lifestyles | siouxcityjournal.com

Programs area *Please call ahead to ensure programs are available.* Volunteer Tutors, part-time teachers and substitute teachers who help people learn to read, write or spell, learn math, earn a high school diploma through the GED program, or learn to read and write English. 494-1964. Connections Area Agency on aging, …

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Key Things Our Medical Providers Should Know | Hometown focus

Some medical providers don’t take the time to listen to their patients. In this article, Honore Lehtinen emphasizes the importance of medical providers being honest and compassionate when speaking to their patients. PUBLISHER’S NOTE: This article by Honore Lehtinen addresses healthcare providers from the patient’s perspective. According to Honore, she …

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Worldwide auctioneers return to Scottsdale with pre-war cars, live boutique sale

Worldwide Auctioneers returns for its annual boutique sale, the Scottsdale Auction, on Wednesday, January 26th at the start of Arizona Car Week. Among the pre-war automobiles scheduled for this year’s auction is an example of one of the most important automobiles in the world, a Pebble Beach-winning 1929 Duesenberg Model …

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The Livingston Scholarship Program recognizes a state nonprofit leader

Since 2005, the Livingston Fellowship Program has supported nonprofit leaders in Colorado by providing opportunities to expand their professional growth. COLORADO, USA – The people who serve Colorado’s communities are often found in the nonprofit sector. Many work tirelessly to represent and support the communities they serve. Johnnie Williams, Executive …

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Calendar for Tuesday | Local news

1 event to mark on your calendar Recreation League kickball begins January 25 at Travis Fields in Bryan Midtown Park, with games played every Tuesday night for five weeks. Team registration is open through Friday for $ 280. There will be concessions and dealers on site for game evenings. Visit …

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Does he stay or does he go? Djokovic’s hearing is great

After four nights in an Australian immigration prison hotel, Novak Djokovic will get his day in court on Monday in a deportation case that has polarized opinions and elicited sincere support from the high-ranking tennis star in his native Serbia. Djokovic had his visa canceled after arriving at Melbourne Airport …

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Children’s mental health needs are growing – and care can be hard to find: shots

As students return to school this year, the mental health issues related to the pandemic will increase. Cavan Images RF / Getty Images Hide caption Toggle caption Cavan Images RF / Getty Images As students return to school this year, the mental health issues related to the pandemic will increase. …

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“Year of Unprecedented Change”: The Long Valley Police Chief

LONG VALLEY, NJ – As Washington Township penetrates into 2022, the police chief thanked residents, businesses and groups while looking back at all of the extraordinary circumstances local police faced in 2021. He called the year “an unprecedented change in terms of policy and legal revisions, procedural updates, attorney general …

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The new political scream in South Korea: “Out with people haters”

SEOUL – You have appeared whenever women in South Korea have protested sexual violence and gender bias. Dozens of young men, mostly dressed in black, mocked the demonstrators, screeching and singing: “Thud! Thud! ”To imitate the noise the“ ugly feminist pigs ”made when they left. “Out with man haters!” They …

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Discovery Behavioral Health Announces the Appointment of Andrea Piazza as First Director of Virtual Programming

LOS ANGELES, 29 Dec 2021 / PRNewswire / – Discovery Behavioral Health, Inc., a growing nationwide network of evidence-based centers for mental health, drug use and eating disorders treatment, has the appointment of Andrea Piazza as Director of Virtual Programming, reporting to Alexa Baghdassarian, LMFT, VP of Operations. In her …

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Top 10 Stories of 2021: Waits Family Reaches Out on Transphobia in Hastings | Messages

publisher’s Note The Hastings Star Gazette is counting down its Top 10 Stories of 2021. From December 27th to January 7th, the HSG will publish one of its top stories from last year every day. After a controversial school council election that year that outed a transgender child on social …

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Tips for Dealing with the Holiday Blues – NBC Bay Area

When the holiday juggernaut pulls by, it’s not uncommon to find yourself feeling stressed or even depressed on the days that are supposed to be the happiest of the year. According to health experts, one shouldn’t be ashamed of feelings like this. “People often kick themselves thinking, ‘Only a loser …

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2021 will be Oakland’s deadliest year since 2006

Councilor Loren Taylor read out their names at the city council meeting on Tuesday, the last of the year. William Blakeman, who was shot dead at his home on Santa Rita Street on January 1st. Lai Dang, shot dead on Market Street in West Oakland a week later. Lashawn Buffin, …

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Why not make a New Years resolution

If the idea of ​​making New Year’s resolutions scares you, give up the tradition. Science suggests that most of the people who make resolutions each year don’t stick to them, and mental health experts say that other strategies for adopting healthier habits work better. A frequently cited study published in …

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The football club founded by fathers for stillborn babies

ONEAfter seven years of trying to get pregnant and several rounds of IVF, Andy was overjoyed to find that his wife was expecting their first son. At 36 weeks pregnant, the couple underwent an exam that showed the baby was in a breech position but was healthy and growing. The …

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Editorial: Richardson and Rogers left their mark on Aiken | Opinions and editorials

It’s no big secret that law enforcement and other first responders have very dangerous jobs. As recently as earlier this month, a senior North Augusta Public Safety Officer was injured after a car chase and shooting with a suspect in broad daylight on one of the city’s main thoroughfares. But …

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A pandemic respite for tired caregivers

Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, Live Oak Adult Day Services provided an oasis for seniors with dementia and their exhausted caregivers. For a few hours a week, seniors went to one of four Santa Clara County’s facilities for games, meals, music, art therapy, gentle exercises, and conversation. The thriving nonprofit …

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King Family, activists plan marches to put pressure on the Democrats to vote

Still, some expressed optimism. “I think we’re going to get something, I really do,” said Mr. Tester. Republicans say the Democrats are only trying to change the electoral playing field for their own benefit, federalizing the traditional state and local role in overseeing elections. They say that if state electoral …

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Dec 14, 2021 – Daily Freeman

You can find local coverage of the coronavirus at dailyfreeman.com/tag/coronavirus. • The Rhinecliff Volunteer Fire Company and Rhinebeck Grange 896 will start soup sales at the Fire Station, Shatzell Ave. Orders are takeaway only. The sale is scheduled for December 16, January 27 and February 24. To order in advance, …

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Down Syndrome Connection offers a safe, welcoming community

K. Leigh Alfrey was 3 months old in 1985 when she, her parents, and older sister moved to the Bay Area from Southern California. One reason for the move was that there were no organizations in the south that directly looked after children like her with Down syndrome. Her mother …

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Groups provide support for people suffering from bad mental health and suicide

Holyrood Notebook by Rhoda Grant Wendy and Patrick Mullery of the Black Isle founded the James Support Group in memory of their son. There are many community groups in Caithness helping people with mental health problems, and I know the number of suicides in the Highlands, especially during the pandemic, …

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Plainview Teen creates organizations to help Alzheimer’s patients

Hailey Richman When Hailey Richman was just four years old at POB / JFK High School, she tried to help her grandmother Ruth with her recent diagnosis of Alzheimer’s. Ten years later, fast forward the clock, and the precocious teenager has created two nonprofit organizations to help people and their …

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EmpowerTulsa Begins Work on New Community Hope Center – FOX23 News

TULSA, Oklahoma – EmpowerTulsa will be holding the groundbreaking ceremony for their new Community Hope Center on December 6th. EmpowerTulsa, a Lilyfield program, is focused on preventing circumstances that lead families to meddle in the child welfare system. They do this by working to transform communities and families into better …

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Global personal medical records software markets of $ 14.87 million increase

Dublin, November 29th, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The “Report analyzing the market size, share and trends of Personal Health Record software by component (software and mobile apps, services), by deployment mode (cloud, web-based) , By Architectural Type and Segment Forecasts, 2021-2028 “report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com to offer. The global …

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Experts urge parents to educate themselves about safe sleep practices for infants

According to mayoclinic.org, sudden infant death syndrome is the inexplicable death of a healthy baby who is less than a year old. SIDS usually occurs while sleeping. “It is extremely important to practice safe sleeping habits for children to reduce their risk of SIDS,” said Emily Woodley, manager of the …

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Soldier’s wish helps veteran and family after an accident | WIVT

HILLCREST, NY – A family of Lisle’s are grateful to the local military community and supporters for coming to their rescue after a terrible accident this summer. Blake Stanton and his teenage son Drew burned leaves with gasoline last July when their hearth exploded in flames. Blake was burned sixty-nine …

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Behavioral health hazards for many milk producers continue

The loss of dairy farms has mainly occurred on family farms, although several large farms with more than 5,000 cows have also left the industry. According to data from the US Department of Labor (https://www.usinflationcalculator.com/inflation/milk-prices-adjusted-for-inflation), the market price for milk in the period from 2000 to 2020 was mostly at …

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“This is an attack on human rights”: British nursing homes still deny their residents family visits | Elderly people

Support groups say dozens of nursing homes are still denying people access to their elderly relatives for 20 months after the pandemic started. Although ministers have urged nursing homes to allow relatives to visit, groups like the Relatives & Residents Association and Unlock Care Homes say many elderly residents are …

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Oakland County’s Parish Calendar for November 21 and Beyond – The Oakland Press

Charitable Activities • Annual Waterford Goodfellows Christmas Baskets enrollment is open to students and residents of the Waterford School District, seniors are welcome to apply, applications are accepted November 24-30 and must include a transcript or progress card. com, waterfordmi.gov. Fundraising campaigns • The Blood Cancer Foundation of Michigan hosts …

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Possible Alzheimer’s vaccine is supported by family and groups

JONESBORO, Ark. (KAIT) – The first trial doses of an Alzheimer’s vaccine will be available at a Boston hospital this week. The study will enroll 16 participants between the ages of 60 and 85, all of whom have early-stage Alzheimer’s but are otherwise generally healthy. Alzheimer’s is a disease that …

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Health Calendar – November 16 | Bless you

Medicare Part D Open Registration Virtual DIY Seminars – 6 p.m. November 18, 10 a.m. November 29, 1 p.m. December 2, hosted by Frederick County’s Senior Services Division. Make changes to your Medicare prescription protection. The open registration is open until December 7th. Any changes you make will take effect …

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Patient Engagement And How To Improve It

Involving patients is important to achieve better treatment outcomes. Effective patient involvement begins with overcoming communication challenges. Healthcare professionals can take certain steps to encourage patient engagement and measure these activities. This article is for healthcare providers and administrators who want to achieve better patient outcomes by promoting patient engagement. …

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Western State Hospital Christmas Campaign underway

Community help is needed as Western State Hospital in Hopkinsville begins preparations for Christmas activities that will benefit the hospital’s patients and residents of the Western State Nursing Facility. Community Services Coordinator Tony Winfield of Western State Hospital says individuals, groups, and businesses can participate in a variety of ways, …

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Fairstead & LIHC Investment Group announce the acquisition and renovation of the Essex Plaza portfolio in downtown Newark

NEWARK, New Jersey, November 1, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Fairstead, a purpose-built, vertically integrated real estate company committed to the sustainable development and creation and maintenance of high quality housing, and LIHC Investment Group today announced the acquisition of the Essex Plaza portfolio, a 691 unit , fully affordable …

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BITS & BYTES: NightWood returns to the mountain; ACA open enrollment; BCC virtual open day; Zoom conversation with journalist Timothy Egan; 18 Degrees expands youth program

NightWood returns to The Mount from November 4th through December 31st LENOX – The Mount, Edith Wharton’s Home presents its second year NightWood, an outdoor sound and light experience that immerses visitors in a fantastic winter landscape inspired by the architecture and surroundings of the place. This year’s NightWood combines …

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Health calendar published October 13, 2021

The Minnesota River Area Agency on Aging provides advocacy, information, resources, and support so that older adults can maintain the lifestyle of their choice. To learn more about this and other presentations and training from the agency, visit mnraaa.org/calendar. Live chat with a specialist can also be accessed online at …

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Therapist Reena Nath emphasizes the role of the family in the child’s development

Families not only play a crucial role in the development of the overall personality, but actively influence the psychological adjustment of adolescence, problem-solving strategies, strengthening of self-confidence and the ability to set clear goals. The healthy functioning of these interaction patterns increases the psychological well-being of an individual. Experts around …

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Shango is the Pink Ribbon spot for October

Shango Cannabis will be selling its signature line of pink merchandise throughout National Breast Cancer Awareness Month in October. “Shango is honored to serve these brave cancer survivors,” said Shango controller Julie Dubocq. “Providing resources that can help them succeed on their recovery path has become an integral part of …

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