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Ratikant kanungo A “Messiah” in the era of Covid

Ratikant KanungoCovid Mr Ratikant, a social worker and politician from Odisha, has given new life to almost 10,000 people when their families have nothing to eat. BHUBANESWAR, ODISHA, INDIA, November 18, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Covid impacted Odisha with significant loss in various sectors; many people lost their lives and members …

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ALAN CHARTOCK: There aren’t many like Carmi Rapport in the world

Carmi Report. Photo via Lawyers.com. Carmi Rapport has passed. Everyone needs a hero, and he was mine. I loved the guy. He was a valued board member of WAMC/Northeast Public Radio, the public radio network that I run. If there was a problem, Carmi was the guy you wanted in …

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“No veterinarian is left behind.” How Subway Military Veterans Mentor

At a restaurant in Maple Grove on Friday, a group of military veterans spoke about their mission in the civilian world. Service for those who served. “We’re here to support each other, and no veterinarian is left behind,” says Joe Durocher, Hennepin County Veterans Court Volunteer Coordinator. “Going from the …

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2022 Fourth Child Welfare Minister appointed

Claire Coutinho (Photo: Her Majesty’s Government) The government has named its fourth child welfare minister of the year ahead of a critical period for the sector. Claire Coutinho, appointed minister delegate to the Ministry of Education last month, was in charge of social protection, as well as special educational needs …

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NYC task force proposes budget changes

A work group responsible for rethinking How New York City Distributes School Funding released recommendations on Friday that could help change the way hundreds of millions of dollars are distributed to more than 1,500 public schools. A large number of proposals if passed, it would have implications for a wide …

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Oxford Hills School District Holds Public Comment Period on Proposed Gender Identity Policy

NORWAY, Maine (WMTW) — The Oxford Hills School District held a public forum on Monday to give community members an opportunity to comment on a proposed gender identity policy for K-12 schools. MSAD 17 held a first reading of the policy at its last school board meeting in October. It …

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Children with disabilities ‘always lose’ appeals from Virginia schools, lawsuit says

Comment this story Comment Northern Virginia school systems grant less than 1% of requests from parents of children with disabilities seeking to enroll in schools that better meet their needs, according to data submitted as part of a lawsuit in civil rights. The plaintiffs allege the state Department of Education …

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Two Dads Recall The Incredible Moment They First Met Their Daughter

Brian Ritter said he didn’t think becoming a father was a possibility for him until he met partner Michael Stribling. Even after being together, the couple didn’t feel like parenthood was their reality, until they met their daughter for the very first time. Michael Stribling and Brian Ritter are discharged …

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Growing Through Pain | god tv news

A year ago today, my life changed. I went through so many different emotions. I was sad, upset, frustrated, hurt, upset and many other emotions. I cried, laughed, cried, worked, cried, and then I cried again. Did I mention I cried? I will come back to that in a moment. …

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Neighbors are scared, looking for change after shooting at Hedingham community

RALEIGH, North Carolina — A community is coping after learning that the shooter who took five lives there is a teenager. “My first thought when I found out he went to my son’s school was that it could have happened at school,” neighbor Rahnisha Finnell said, which was very traumatic. …

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Future Leaders: Kelly Salb, Director of Client Services, Family and Nursing

The Future Leaders Awards program is brought to you in partnership with PointClickCare. The program is designed to recognize promising members of the industry who are shaping the next decade of senior housing, skilled nursing, home health and palliative care. To see this year’s Future Leaders, visit https://futureleaders.agingmedia.com/. Kelly Salb, …

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Elect Kalantari-Johnson for District 3 Supervisor – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Both candidates running for District 3 supervision have impressive credentials and compelling personal stories. Our choice, however, to replace Ryan Coonerty for the seat remains Shebreh Kalantari-Johnson. Which isn’t to say his runoff opponent, Justin Cummings, isn’t a credible choice for voters in the Santa Cruz/North Coast district. He is …

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Kelly and Hobbs face different prospects in crucial races in Arizona

PHOENIX (AP) — A year ago, Arizona Democratic Secretary of State Katie Hobbs was all over the cable news, building a national profile as a democracy advocate and raising money for his campaign for governor. Democratic senator. Mark Kellynewly elected to complete the last term of the late John McCain …

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“We strive to be better – not just for ourselves, but for our children”

Social work with children and families in Manchester is on the rise. In May, Ofsted rated the City Council’s children’s services as ‘good’ after seeing significant improvements since the last inspection in 2017 in many areas of practice. Two months later, the authority won council of the year at the …

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North Olmsted City schools create support group for single parents

NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio — A recent study revealed that nearly 24 million children – about one in three children across America – live in single-parent families. This figure has been rising for about half a century. Born out of a need to better support families during the pandemic, North Olmsted …

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Officials tally up damage as Puerto Ricans pick up the pieces after hurricane

TOA BAJA, Puerto Rico (AP) — City worker Carmen Medina deliberately walked through the working-class community of Tranquility Village in the harsh sun, with a clipboard, survey forms and a pen in her hand — making part of a small army of officials trying to assess the extent of the …

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Tiruchi expat worker rises to fame as gulf social media star

Thanks to social media, former motorist Rasool Kareem discovered a whole new vocation in Qatar Thanks to social media, former motorist Rasool Kareem discovered a whole new vocation in Qatar When Rasool Kareem, 35, decided to support his family by taking a job as a driver in Doha, Qatar, in …

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Broward schools seek applicants amid nationwide labor shortage • Coral Springs Talk

By Kevin Deutsch Regardless of your education or work experience, Broward County Public School officials say they have a job for you. The district is actively recruiting teachers, media specialists, special education teachers, counselors, substitute teachers and other candidates amid a nationwide labor shortage. Different career paths are open to …

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Masconomet School District Invites School Community to Tri-Town School Union Parent University

For immediate release BOXFORD – The Masconomet Regional School District and Superintendent Michael Harvey invite the school community to attend this year’s Tri-Town School Union Parent University and gain valuable insight into the education of their children. Parent University will be held on Saturday 24 September from 8.30am to 12.30pm, …

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Wayne State University School of Social Work opens its doors to the Detroit community – [email protected]

The Wayne State University School of Social Work invites the local community to a Open day event welcoming friends and neighbors to his home at 5447 Woodward Avenue. The event will take place from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Thursday, September 29. During the open house, attendees will mingle …

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Wellesley School News: Schofield Shopper’s Corner reopens Wednesday; Fiske Western Round-Up Sept. 17; Kids Backing Kids offers more than 200 backpacks

The latest from Wellesley School: Schofield Shopper’s Corner reopens on Wednesday Schofield Elementary School Buyers’ corner, a consignment-sale of volunteer parents that has existed since the 1950s, reopens its doors this Wednesday, September 14 for the start of the school year. The store is generally open Wednesdays throughout the school …

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Eastern Colorado VA “Healing with Horses”

Lisa Coble spent four mornings over the summer working with horses on a 41-acre ranch, participating in horse-assisted therapy for veteran/caregiver couples, an innovation project run by the Eastern Colorado VA caregiver support team. The team offers resources for those caring for a Veteran’s health and well-being. Army veteran Daniel …

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OMRM Appoints New Chief – Hometown Focus

Annmarie Florest, MSW, LICSW IRON RANGE — The Range Mental Health Center (RMHC) board of trustees has named its clinical director to lead the nonprofit agency. Annmarie Florest was named CEO of OMRM by unanimous vote of the Board of Directors. Florest succeeds Janis Allen and had served as interim …

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Struggling with insomnia during breast cancer treatment? Here’s how to treat

Sleep affects nearly every aspect of our health, including our immune system, memory, and learning. But a cancer diagnosis can cause a lot of anxiety, which is a common cause of insomnia in many patients, according to Katherine Walsh, PhD, LICSWoncology social worker in private practice and professor of social …

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IN FOCUS: Are young people in Singapore fighting more – or just filming more acts of violence?

Social worker Wong Ying Li, who heads the youth and community mental health departments at the Fei Yue social services agency, agrees. “Attention via notoriety could be a motivator,” she says. “For those uploading videos – and it may not be young people who have been involved in the physically …

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Social worker shares ‘life-changing’ questions on TikTok

The TikTok series “Questions That Change Lives” by social worker Shahem Mclaurin asks simple questions. Mclaurin says each has sparked epiphanies for him or his clients. Once you know the answers, however, Mclaurin says you need to take action by adopting healthier habits. Loading Something is loading. The lure of …

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Native America Calling: Creative Solutions for a Growing Mental Health Crisis

Indianz.Com > News > Native America Calling: Creative Solutions for a Growing Mental Health Crisis All episodes on Spotify | More options Native America Calling: Creative Solutions for a Growing Mental Health Crisis Friday, September 2, 2022 Creative solutions for a growing mental health crisis Depression and anxiety disorders are …

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Social workers ease pressure on Gold Coast’s extended mental health services

Social workers are now on the front lines of the fight to ease Queensland’s mental health care crisis amid a national shortage of psychologists. Key points: With more people moving to Queensland, mental health services are expanding across the state Social workers take over in an innovative approach Law Centers …

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Seminars for seniors and caregivers to come at St. Mark’s Lutheran in China Grove – Reuters

Upcoming Seniors and Caregivers Seminars at St. Mark’s Lutheran in China Grove Posted at 12:05 a.m. on Sunday, August 28, 2022 By Susan Shinn TurnerFor the Salisbury post CHINA GROVE – Are you an elderly person, do you have an elderly person in your life, or are you a caregiver …

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There is a severe shortage of mental health workers, and UTHealth Houston has a $10.5 million solution.

The University of Texas Health Sciences Center opened a new public psychiatric hospital in March across from the Harris County Psychiatric Center, just east of Texas 288, to relieve the state’s overburdened mental health system by adding more beds. But building the hospital was the easy part. The real challenge …

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An internship propelled me from homelessness to full-time employment

Just a few years ago, I was struggling with issues of homelessness, addictions and incarceration. Today, I have a full-time job as a machine operator at Fastener Innovation Technology, where I help set up and calibrate their cutting machines. Our operations form the heads of screws and fasteners with the …

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A&M-Central Texas alum returns as speaker | Local News

Vené Baggett, 43, is one of many educators returning to the classroom this fall, but for her, the moment has meaning beyond just the start of another school year. Recently hired as an associate lecturer and field coordinator in the social work program at Texas A&M University-Central Texas in Killeen, …

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After Highland Park and Uvalde, CPS prepares for emergencies and supports children in case of trauma

A few dozen Chicago police officers, paramedics and other emergency personnel turned out to Julian High School on Thursday, with a mobile police command center parked outside and officials wearing neon vests visible through the lobby windows. The team was participating in an active-fire exercise, the first in Chicago public …

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COMMENT: Counting the problems of Idaho’s overwhelmed foster care system

The foster care system in Idaho is overwhelmed. Foster care stories are private and personal, but the numbers alone paint a grim picture. As Idahoans who care for one another, we cannot take our eyes off these children and their families. The Idaho Department of Child Protection receives nearly 23,000 …

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Evart board approves plans for therapy dog ​​team

EVART — With many school districts recognizing the benefits of therapy dogs in schools, Evart Public Schools is moving forward with plans to bring a furry employee to their district. At its last board meeting on August 8, the school board heard a presentation from Evart Elementary Principal Kenneth Ranjel, …

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‘Confident’ housing background check ban advocates will pass

New York City Council Majority Leader Keith Powers on Thursday introduced the Fair Chance for Housing Act, which would prohibit landlords from discriminating against potential tenants based on their criminal record. “New Yorkers who have paid their debts still face severe discrimination, regardless of the severity of the offense or …

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Newly released documents reveal what led to the death of 4-year-old Jayceion Mathis

VIENNA, Ga. (WALB) – WALB News 10 is investigating new information uncovered regarding the mother of 4-year-old Jayceion Mathis, 27-year-old Keara Cotton, who has been charged with his murder. Keara Cotton faces murder and conceals a death charge after human remains are discovered in the investigation of her missing child.(Georgia …

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Woodland Community College alumni serving the community – Daily Democrat

As Woodland Community College enters its 32nd year, the efforts and cumulative benefits of its graduates are felt throughout Yolo County and beyond. While the school has been offering classes since 1975, the current 120-acre campus wasn’t formed until 1990 and became fully accredited in 2008, meaning Woodland School graduates …

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Folie à Deux Tease pretty much confirms what we all suspected

Lady Gaga’s latest update seems to confirm that she will soon lend her talents to ‘Joker: Folie à Deux’. More so, Gaga’s post also gives a major clue about the character she will play. In a post for her Twitter account, Gaga revealed the upcoming film’s slated release date along …

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Shortage of mental health workers increases in Ohio

This story provided by Eye on Ohio, the nonprofit, nonpartisan Ohio Center for Journalism, with the Cleveland Observer. Please join Eye on Ohio’s free mailing list as it helps to provide more public service reports to the community. COLUMBUS, Ohio — Unprecedented demand and a sparse workforce are adding stress …

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The state disciplines health care providers

For immediate release: July 29, 2022 (22-115) Contact: Sharon Moysiuk, Communications 360-549-6471Public Inquiries: Health Systems Customer Service 360-236-4700 OLYMPIA — The Washington State Department of Health has taken disciplinary action or withdrawn charges against the following health care providers in our state. The Department’s Health Systems Quality Assurance Division works …

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The Eaton County Public Defender’s Office represents thousands

CHARLOTTE, Mich. — Eaton County officials say that due to some state-level policy changes, they are able to help more people who cannot afford to hire their own lawyer. For years, people who couldn’t afford an attorney in Eaton County received court-appointed attorneys, but the problem was the county only …

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Hawaii will soon have a women’s court in an effort to reduce recidivism

Earlier this month, Governor David Ige signed the House Bill 2421creating a three-year pilot program for the state’s first women’s court. The bill was supported by the Women’s Prison Project, a 31-member coalition that has worked closely with the Hawaii Women’s Legislative Caucus on several bills aimed at helping incarcerated …

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The French EVAL-PLH cohort of people with multiple disabilities

Design and financing This is a prospective cohort study. So far, data has been collected at 2 points. The first part of the study was organized between 2015 and 2016, and the second part was organized between 2020 and 2021. Prior to the second part, the study design was a …

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Georgia man traveled to Chicago and fatally shot ex-wife in Streeterville condo, then killed himself when cops arrived: police

A man traveled from his home in Georgia and fatally shot his ex-wife at her Streeterville condo on Monday afternoon before turning the gun on himself as officers tried to break inside, according to police reports. Officers arrived at the building on the 200 block of East Ohio Street around …

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North Central Behavioral Health Systems receives 2 grants to support services in Bureau County – Shaw Local

North Central Behavioral Health Systems has received two grant extensions that will support expanded mental health and addictions services in Bureau County. The additional money will support the expansion of addiction services in the Princeton area, including inside St. Claire OSF Medical Center. “With the location of our outpatient office …

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King County struggles to find solutions to get homeless people off the streets for good

Where do people with addictions and homelessness go, once they enter the healthcare system and no longer need medical care? Kathryn Driscoll, a social worker at a Tacoma-area nursing home, has no place to stay two former homeless drug addicts now that they are too healthy to be in the …

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Parents face rising costs for back-to-school supplies

CAPE GIRARDEAU, Mo. (KFVS) – Sending your kids back to school can be expensive. According to the National Retail Federation, projected back-to-school spending in 2021 topped nearly $37 billion, or an average of about $850 per family. In a context of galloping inflation, a large majority of buyers expect to …

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Renowned social worker Avdhash Kaushal dies at 87: The Tribune India

PTI Dehradun, July 12 Avdhash Kaushal, social worker and Padma Shri award winner, died Tuesday morning in a private hospital following a long illness. He was 87 years old. Kaushal, who founded an NGO called Rural Litigation and Entitlement Kendra, fought for human rights and environmental conservation. He …

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Motorist shot dead after firing baseball bat in confrontation with downtown Baltimore squeegee workers – Baltimore Sun

A confrontation between a driver and a group of squeegee workers ended in deadly gunfire in downtown Baltimore on Thursday afternoon after the motorist brandished a baseball bat – and one youths pulled out a gun in response. The shooting was reported around 4:30 p.m. at the corner of East …

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‘Nobody’s mad because they’re scared’: Mental health experts validate post-fireworks trauma frenzy

ORLANDO, Florida. – Mental health professionals say feeling anxious or even traumatized after Monday night’s fireworks scare in downtown Orlando is entirely justified. Shantala Boss, a licensed counsellor, said with all the violence happening in the country, it makes sense that people are feeling a heightened sense of fear. She …

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5 Innovators to Watch in Rhode Island

During the pandemic, homes have become multifunctional spaces: with people working and children studying from home, traditional living spaces have been transformed into offices, classrooms and quarantine quarters. Both Andrew Naperotic and his wife were trying to work from home while their three young children were homeschooled. “The house was …

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Your Weekly Horoscope Inspired by Rob Brezsny: An “Astrology of Free Will”

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to enlighten our thinking and motivate our mood. Rob’s free will astrology, is a syndicated weekly column appearing in more than 100 publications. He is also the author of Pronoia is the antidote to paranoia: how all of creation conspires to shower …

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UConn Health’s Transgender Medical Services Help Patients Live Their Authentic Lives

Transgender is a term that encompasses the many ways that people’s gender identities can be different from the sex they were assigned at birth. Gender incongruity and/or realization of identity as transgender can occur at any age. The number of young people who identify as transgender has nearly doubled in …

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How Lacie DeCosta Became the Leader of the “Flock of Ravens” on Social Media – Baltimore Ravens Blog

OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Brie Brown is in her first year teaching kindergarten in the Baltimore area, and she tweeted out a wishlist for class items, adding the hashtag “Ravens Flock.” The next day, Brown received a package that caught his eye. “I was like, there’s no way,” Brown said. …

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The Santa Barbara Bowl COVID Compliance Team Keeps Rolling

The 2022 Santa Barbara Bowl event season is in full swing in the summer, but with some new protocols for those entering the popular outdoor venue. In our current pandemic-influenced world, onlookers are used to showing proof of vaccination or a negative COVID test result to Sansum Clinic staff members …

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Space available in the New Hanover County Special Assistance Home Program

NEW HANOVER COUNTY, NC (WWAY) – New Hanover County Social Services has funding and space available through the Special Home Assistance Program. The County Adult Services Unit within the DSS provides case management for recipients of Special Assistance (SA) Home Financial Assistance and Home Support Services. The program helps Medicaid-eligible …

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Letter: Not the first time Councilor Kronick has acted foolishly on the Pittsfield budget | Letters to the Editor

To the Editor: Councilor Kronick’s debacle commandeered the City of Pittfield budget by killing hard-fought amendments and advancing a flawed budget. (“A Default Budget? Pittsfield Councilman’s ‘Irresponsible’ Decision Overturns All Revisions,” Eagle, June 14.) With two words, “charter objection,” Mr. Kronick erased protections for our most vulnerable. We’ll probably never …

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LETTER: Knapp shares our values ​​| Letters

I’m voting for Don Knapp as circuit judge in the Republican primary on June 28. As a lifelong Republican, Don’s message of personal responsibility resonates with me. I think he has done a great job of holding criminals accountable in McLean County and would welcome that view on the bench. …

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Police rescue 3-year-old girl held hostage by gun-toting father for two days at Lynn’s home

A police standoff that stretched from Friday afternoon until late Saturday morning was ‘successfully resolved’ as officers were able to rescue a 3-year-old girl who had been barricaded inside a Lynn by her armed father. The saga began when a DCF social worker and Lynn police went to 42 Hanover …

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Dogs can help reduce stress in children

Share on PinterestExperts say spending time with dogs can help reduce stress levels in children. Daniela Jovanovska-Hristovska/Getty Images In a new study, researchers claim that interactions with dogs help lower stress hormone levels in children. Experts say owning a dog can also help teach children responsibility and social interaction. They …

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Charles Kernaghan, scourge of sweatshops, dies at 74

Charles Kernaghan, who with single-minded passion and tireless energy exposed the prevalence of sweatshop-made goods on American toy shelves, department stores and celebrity fashion lines, died June 1 at his Manhattan home. He was 74 years old. His sister, Maryellen Kernaghan, announced the death but did not provide a cause. …

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Butler County Children Services Wins Excellence Award

“Eyes on the children and involving the families is a key strategy for ensuring safety. The management team, social workers and really all levels of our organization are working very hard to achieve these goals,” Glendon told the Journal-News. “We have several tools that help us, namely our quality assurance …

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‘Look at all the lives you’ve touched’ – grateful Nate Miller’s mother of 34 years with her son

• “Nate was a great athlete, a great basketball player, but an even better human being.” • “Losing Nate is like losing Kobe to me. Someone who inspired my love for the game.” • “Nate was doing something special, not just in Springfield but in the area.” • “Springfield just …

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David’s Hidden Sacrifice | VA Tampa Health Care

What’s most important when it comes to providing world-class healthcare to veterans? Ask Beau Williams, and he’ll proudly admit, “It’s about connecting, instilling hope, and inviting everyone to the table. In 2007, Williams joined James A. Haley Veterans’ Hospital & Clinics after working as a clinical social worker in the …

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LORI LEE VANDENBERGE | News, Sports, Jobs

Lori Lee VandenBerge, 62, of Près Isle died on Sunday, June 5, 2022, following a brief battle with cancer. Lori was born on December 16, 1959 in Alpena to Sandy and Mary McDonald. She graduated from Alpena High School in 1978 and later earned her bachelor’s degree in …

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John Oliver argues against increased police in schools during Texas wake shooting

After a brief segment taking swipes at Prince Andrew and the UK’s Platinum Jubilee celebration in honor of Queen Elizabeth II, John Olivier dove straight into its main segment on Sunday night Last week tonightadvocating for tougher gun control measures following school shooting UvaldeTexas last month. Noting that the National …

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What it’s like to be a caregiver for a family member at 22

Image source: Felicia Robinson DeAirah Robinson was a senior in college when her mother Felicia, with whom DeAirah lived in Georgia, asked her to feel a lump on her chest. “Our first reaction was, ‘Oh, that’s probably because the bra is a little too tight,'” Felicia told POPSUGAR. But when …

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Mental health resources are an important part of any FP care plan

Carrying the weight of the world on your shoulders can be exhausting. Those of us affected by a rare disease – whether as patient, caregiver, loved one or friend – understand that anxiety can be triggered by almost any activity. This may include, for example, anticipating a medical intervention, waiting …

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Milwaukee social worker merges music and mental health with ‘Trap Therapy’

MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) – A Milwaukee social worker is working to end the stigma and debunk the myths surrounding mental health in underserved communities. As Mental Health Awareness Month draws to a close, CBS 58’s Tajma Hall sits down with Tarsha Wiggins to discuss how she’s sparking change with her …

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All about casting

From the adorable Frank to the charismatic Bru via the eccentric Yu Ling, the actors of season 4 of The circle are full of personality. While the show introduces each cast member with some details about their real lives, there’s only a little that’s revealed. For example, did you know …

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Increased security in and around schools

NIAGARA FALLS, NY (WKBW) – Many police departments in Western New York have increased patrols in and around schools to bolster security following the horrific shooting at a Texas school. Some agencies say it will be extended until the end of the school year. Governor Kathy Hochul tweeted Wednesday morning …

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Missing adopted children often left for more than a month, HHS report finds

Placeholder while loading article actions According to a new federal report highlighting the vulnerabilities of a group whose disappearances rarely make headlines, missing foster children in the United States are typically missing for more than a month before being found. . Those who disappeared while in foster care were missing …

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A father was trying to regain custody of a boy found killed in a trunk in Mound

The mother of a slain 6-year-old boy is under arrest on suspicion of murdering him after police found his body in the trunk of his car, according to court records and interviews with law enforcement officials. family. Family members said on Saturday that the boy’s father, Tory Hart, was trying …

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Lower Cape Fear LifeCare Center hosts ribbon cutting at new location

CONWAY, SC (WMBF) – In an effort to provide better services to its patients, Lower Cape Fear LifeCare had a grand opening Tuesday for its new location. The event was hosted by the Conway Chamber of Commerce, and Hospice Care then held an open house from 1-3 p.m. The organization …

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The death of a social worker is inspirational

Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! Siwian Nickepwi, 17, closed her eyes and walked into a dark place on Wednesday during a calming activity for Adult Friends for Youth, an organization that redirects high-risk young people. “It’s midnight. It’s cold,” Nickepwi told Titi Takai, who leads the …

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Jeanne Schaberg – Harbor Light News

Jeanne Schaberg Jeanne Schaberg passed away on Friday April 22, 2022 in the arms of her beloved husband and best friend. She was born in Dearborn, Michigan on May 24, 1953, to parents Fred and Helen Copple. She earned a BA from James Madison College at Michigan State University and …

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Dozens gather to honor the lives of two slain Lexington children

LEXINGTON, Ky. (WKYT) – It was a gloomy Monday night for part of the Lexington community. Dozens of people gathered to honor two children, Skyler and Deon Williams, killed a week ago at Parkway Manor Apartments on Rogers Road. Local church pastors, teachers and dozens of community members came to …

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Burnt Hills native documentary sparks powerful dialogue among Shen students – The Daily Gazette

CLIFTON PARK – Before agreeing to show more than 550 high school students a documentary about the struggles of four young New Yorkers with mental illness, counselors and health teachers at Shenendehowa High School sat down to think about how screening could be received. “We talked about the good and …

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