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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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Graduate Spotlight: Amy Mader’s Path to Mental Wealth

May 5, 2022 Amy Mader and her story all the way to mental wealthOne step at a time… AMY MADER IS THE TYPE OF PERSON YOU’VE FELT KNOWN FOR YEARS – She’s sweet and easy-going, with a laid-back yet humorous demeanor that she’s not afraid to share when the time …

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Help Rays of Hope bring more social workers to Alex

The Alexandra-based NPC and PBO, Rays of Hope, has set a brave and audacious goal for 2022 to raise R1 million in funding to develop its cohort of social workers who help people in the township move from vulnerable to independence. “When you are sick, a doctor can assess the …

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Autopsy of teenager Victorria Moran-Hidalgo found dead in San Francisco homeless neighborhood

A missing teenager who was found dead on a San Francisco rue months ago could have been sexually assaulted when she died of a drug overdose, the city coroner recently revealed. Victorria Moran-Hidalgo, a 16-year-old who grew up in and out of the foster care system, was found unresponsive in …

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South Orange – Maplewood BOE student representatives call for more mental health support in schools – Essex News Daily

SOUTH ORANGE/MAPLEWOOD, NJ — South Orange–Maplewood Board of Education student representative Noah Morros has called on the BOE to hire another social worker at Columbia High School, citing the number of struggling students mental health, especially in the wake of the death of second Cole Longworth in late March. At …

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HCISD Board Candidates Provide Platform for Election

April 28 – HARLINGEN – Two seats on the Harlingen Consolidated Independent School District Board of Trustees are on the May 7 ballot. Israel Aguilar runs against incumbent Greg Powers for the 3 spot. Josue “Josh” Garza takes on incumbent Eladio Jaimez for the 7 spot. Jaimez said if re-elected …

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Morton Grove School District 67 Gets New Assistant Superintendent – Chicago Tribune

Lynn Owens will never give up her former roles as social worker and director of special education when she begins her new job as assistant superintendent of learning and programs at Golf School District 67 in Morton Grove. “I love working with families and students in any capacity,” said Coleman, …

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What is it, examples, effects and more

Authoritarian parenting is one of the most effective and beneficial parenting styles. Here’s what to know about it. Imagine walking into your child’s room and noticing that his homework isn’t finished, the room is a mess, and he’s on the phone talking with his friend. What are you doing? Being …

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Library Presents Social Worker Program | News, Sports, Jobs

TR PHOTO ROBERT MAHARRY Jennifer Ford, social worker at the Iowa River Hospice, launches a new program called ‘Community Connections: River of Hope’ at the Marshalltown Public Library. On the third Tuesday of each month, from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m., she will be available to provide …

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Long Beach prosecutor gets $900,000 to expand diversion program – Press Telegram

Long Beach was part of the first pilot program to divert drug addicts and homeless people straight from the streets to social services instead of going to jail – and now the city attorney’s office has $900,000 to help. expand the program over the next three years. The money, from …

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Maryland Social Worker Writes Children’s Book About Body Safety

Placeholder while loading article actions Three dozen children in slashed mango-colored shirts filled a classroom in Africa and focused on the woman in front of them. As Maryland social worker Terri Johnson read them a book, they listened and asked questions. Then they joined her in a chant. “My body,” …

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KCMO mayor reacts to spate of homicides

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Following the latest wave of deadly violence in Kansas City, Missouri, Mayor Quinton Lucas said accepting the status quo is unacceptable. “I think it’s clear what we’re doing right now isn’t working,” Lucas said. It comes like families of four, including a teenager, are in mourning …

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Hartford Schools Cover Up Gender Dysphoria Issue | Chris Powell

Does the Hartford School System notify a student’s parents when it learns that the student may be experiencing gender dysphoria? That’s the important question raised by the system’s suspension of a school nurse who recently wrote on social media that school staff are keeping these issues a secret from parents. …

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They held the hands of dying COVID-19 patients when their families couldn’t. Meet the NCID Medical Social Workers

SINGAPORE: When the first deaths from COVID-19 hit Singapore, Dr Ho Lai Peng was there to help families through the grief and isolation caused by the pandemic. Two years later, the National Center of Infectious Diseases (NCID) chief medical and social worker still remembers every detail. The hardest part was …

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A UPMC social worker honored for her “Commitment to benevolence” | News, Sports, Jobs

SUPPLIED PHOTO Margie Cholin, right, is the latest recipient of the Dr Alexander Nesbitt Commitment to Caring Award. Cholin, a social worker at UPMC Williamsport, stands with Dr. Nesbitt, left, and Julieanne Steinbacher, who was instrumental in establishing the award. Margie Cholin, a social worker at …

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Five people working with children in Chatham explain why community matters

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month (CAPM), a time to remember that preventing child abuse is about creating strong supports where all families have access to needed services for their children. North Carolina’s theme for CAPM is “Growing Up Better Together”, a reminder that an entire community can play …

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Izzy Tichenor faced ‘personal trauma’, school’s failure to follow up on complaints

In the months leading up to her death by suicide, 10-year-old Isabella “Izzy” Tichenor and her family were displaced and living in the family van, according to a recently released investigative report. Tichenor, a fifth-grade student at Foxboro Elementary School in the Davis School District, was described by witnesses as …

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Shit doesn’t work in Oregon. How much is Tina Kotek to blame?

Today on the Dive podcast, we speak with Pulitzer-winning journalist Nigel Jaquiss about Oregon House speaker-turned-gubernatorial candidate Tina Kotek. Even after 10 years as president, she doesn’t seem to have the kind of party support we’ve grown accustomed to in a state ruled by Democrats for nearly four decades. Tina …

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UNITE event will showcase UK research to advance racial equity

LEXINGTON, Kentucky (April 1, 2022) — The University of Kentucky United In True Racial Equity (UNITE) Research Priority Area will host its first annual Research Showcase on May 4 at the Gatton Student Center. the UNITE 2022 research showcase is centered on elevating and promoting the importance of racial equity …

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KVC West Virginia expands services to children and families in the Eastern Panhandle | Journal-news

MARTINSBURG – KVC West Virginia, a nonprofit child welfare and behavioral health organization that provides foster care, adoption, in-home family preservation and behavioral health care services, will is expanding into the Eastern Panhandle by expanding its Safe at Home, Children with Serious Emotional Disorder (CSEDW) and Foster Care Programs. KVC’s …

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Donna SYRON Obituary (1950 – 2022) – Deer Park, WA

Donna Jean Syron died Monday, March 7, 2022 in Spokane, Washington at the age of 72. Donna was born in St. Paul, Minnesota on January 7, 1950, to Donald and Bernice Hedin, the eldest of six children. Donna grew up on the east side of St. Paul and graduated from …

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Irish League football legend David Jeffrey ‘quitting his day job’

David Jeffrey spent the better part of 30 years at Linfield, both as a player and then a manager, before taking up his current role as manager of Ballymena United. However, one of his greatest accomplishments was successfully pursuing a career helping those in need, while guiding both teams in …

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March is social work month

The District 7 Regional Agency on Aging (AAA7) joins the National Association of Social Workers in celebrating this year’s Social Work Month in March with the theme, “Now is the time for social work.” This celebration highlights how social workers have enriched our society for more than a century and …

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Yuriko, famous dancer and choreographer of Martha Graham, dies at 102

The daughter of Japanese immigrants, Ms. Kikuchi was known professionally by the single name of Yuriko. She had been dancing since she was a child, touring Asia for seven years from the age of 10, and later became one of the first Asian American members of a major New York …

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10-year-old writer turns peer pressure into girl power in her book ‘The Football Girl’

Malajsha Mollett was 8 years old when she decided to switch from cheerleading to Kings and Queens of Pittsburgha free sports mentorship program to try out for the organization’s football team. This decision drew laughter from some of the cheerleaders and derision from the football players. “In the middle of …

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Traci Braxton, TV personality and singer, dies at 50

Traci Braxton, television personality and singer, died on Saturday. She was 50 years old. One of Ms Braxton’s sisters, singer Toni Braxton, confirmed her death in a statement from the Braxton family on Instagram. The cause was esophageal cancer, a publicist said. “Needless to say, she was a shining light, …

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Kingsport Housing and Redevelopment Authority seeks to start The Grove and Big Elm | Business

By RICK WAGNER KINGSPORT – The wheels could be set in motion later this year to replace Lee Apartments, a public housing complex demolished in 2018. But the local housing authority serving the model town is working on projects ranging from serving the homeless to bringing WiFi to residents of …

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CCSD Trustees Approve Grant Application to Enable School Police House Visits

LAS VEGAS, Nev. (FOX5) – On Thursday night, a grant application was approved to pay Clark County School District police officers to partner with social workers and Metropolitan Police officers from Las Vegas to visit the homes of children in the district considered at risk. She spoke at a meeting …

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Worst Roommate Ever Review – Exponent

Netflix has released a new five-part documentary focusing on the true stories of victims living with others with malicious intent. This true crime documentary delves into four different stories (one story is in two parts) where victims or families are interviewed and tell their experiences about the unfortunate incidents. While …

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A Bucks Council social worker slapped a person outside a supermarket

A social worker who attacked someone outside a supermarket in front of children can get away with just a warning, according to a report. Rocky Band, an Aylesbury-based Bucks Council social worker, was caught slapping and attempting to kick a member of the public in August 2019. Miss Band claimed …

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How seniors can get on the waiting list for affordable housing | News

Affordable housing is the top request the Palo Alto Avenidas senior services agency receives on its helpline, says social worker Thomas Kingery. Hundreds of federally subsidized seniors’ apartments exist in Palo Alto, but eliminating waiting lists can take months or years, and many waiting lists are closed completely, according to …

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The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is here for you |

New Senior EAP Coordinator Alexis Rodgers. If you continue to struggle with the challenges and effects of the pandemic, you are not alone. And if you’re looking for help, there’s a place you can go for confidential, caring help and support. This is the message of the new invigorated Employee …

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Kay Clabaugh McGuire | Obituary

URBANA – Kay (Clabaugh) McGuire, 81, of Urbana died Friday February 25, 2022 at Accolade Healthcare, Paxton. Visitation will be Thursday, March 3 from 11 a.m. to noon at the Morgan Memorial Home, 1304 Regency Drive West, Savoy. The funeral will follow at 1 p.m. The family asks that everyone …

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What Putin is talking about when he talks about “denazification”

(JTA) — In launching his war on Ukraine, Russian President Vladimir Putin said his goal was the “denazification” of the country — specifically referring to his allegations that Ukraine was responsible for or planning “genocide.” Russian speakers in eastern Ukraine. provinces. Much of the world mocked at Putin’s justifications for …

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Albemarle Co. executive recommends fiscal year 2023 budget

ALBEMARLE COUNTY, Va. (WVIR) — The Albemarle County Executive has released a proposed budget for fiscal year 2023 — while property tax would stay the same, some taxes would drop. “The budget recommendations will allow over the next five years to advance three new public school projects to meet capacity …

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‘Twosday’ / CTU Politics / Twisted Hippo Fire / Tyler The Creator

Things are about to heat up in the campaign for control of the Chicago Teachers Union. A new CTU Grassroots Caucus announced its intention to take control of the politically fractured union in union elections scheduled for May 20. Founders of REAL — meaning “Respect, Educate, Defend and Lead” – …

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Charismatic Amy, 12, wants to be a performer

Amy is a bright, articulate and charismatic girl of Caucasian descent who is extremely perceptive. She also understands the difficulties of others. Amy gets along well with other children and enjoys spending time playing with her peers. She also loves video games and Roblox and loves drinking tea. When she …

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Scarborough High School tackles teen dating violence

Scarborough High School sophomore Ava Wakem is joined by school social workers Elise Lehotsky and Jaclyn D’Annibale in front of the school’s Finding Our Voices exhibit for Awareness Month and teen dating violence prevention. Courtesy picture SCARBOROUGH — According to national statistics, 10% of teens experience dating violence, said Elise …

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Marion Home School Liaison Bruce Denerstein Wins Employee of the Year Award

Osceola Middle’s Homeschool Liaison Bruce Denerstein, known as “Mr. D” to students and staff, was named Marion County’s 2021-22 Employee of the Year on Wednesday. Denerstein, a four-year-old Marion County Public Schools employee with a decade of education experience, received the district’s highest annual award for out-of-classroom employees. During her …

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A Delaware man was sentenced to 5 to 12 years in prison for the November 2020 death of Jaclyn Walker

Tyrone Williams MEDIA COURTHOUSE – A Delaware man was sentenced Monday to 5 to 12 years in state prison after pleading guilty to vehicular homicide while driving under the influence in a 2020 crash that left killed a 33-year-old woman from Glenolden. Tyrone Williams, 32, also entered open guilty pleas …

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The Soil and Water Conservation District will hold a tree sale

News-Messenger / News Herald | USA Today Network The Soil and Water Conservation District will hold a tree sale OAK HARBOR — An easy way to plant quality native trees and shrubs is through the Ottawa Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD), which takes orders for a variety of plants …

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How a Tiny Homes Movement Puts More Than a Roof Over the Homeless

By Giles Bruce | Kaiser Health News Nestled in a residential area and surrounded by a wooden fence and greenery, are nine small houses. With multicolored coverings and roofs, they look like human-sized birdhouses. And they fit perfectly. Just like Gene Cox, 48. He hasn’t been homeless for over seven …

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Hines VA Hospital Conducts Annual Census of Homeless Veterans and Sees Significant Decline Over Past Decade

Edward Hines Jr. VA Hospital participated in the annual one-time count in suburban Cook, DuPage, Kane and Will counties in January 2021 to estimate the number of homeless Americans, including veterans, without safe housing and stable. the Number of PITsled by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, takes …

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Meaningful change means doing something about pay and culture

Unions say social workers and senior leaders are all pulling in the same direction Unions and employers often disagree. However, Kev Standishday, branch secretary of Unison for the Northamptonshire Children’s Trust, admits to being pleased with the ongoing efforts to improve the working lives of social workers in Northamptonshire. Despite …

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Obituaries: Marie Claire Roy – Lewiston Sun Journal

Marie Claire Roy SCARBOROUGH – Marie Claire Roy, 56, of Falmouth and formerly of Biddeford and Lewiston died peacefully on January 27, 2022, at Hospice of Southern Maine’s Gosnell Memorial House in Scarborough. with his family and friends by his side after a short, grace-filled and valiant battle with a …

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South Dakota State News

Make this Valentine’s Day a sweet day About the Author: Natasha Auch, CSW-PIP, QMHP is a psychiatric social worker at the Human Services Center in Yankton. Growing up, Valentine’s Day was always an important day for the family business, a local florist. It always makes me smile to see people …

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Letter to the editor: Mayor’s statement on budget changes not supported by facts

Mayor Nelson, I have to respond to your comment: myedmondsnews.com/2022/01/commentary-council-budget-cuts-will-make-edmonds-unsafe-polluted-and-uninformed. Your inflammatory statement “These council cuts will make Edmonds unsafe, polluted and make our residents misinformed” is not supported by the facts or the proposed changes. I will demonstrate this with amendments that I support. Your statement:“Additionally, they want to …

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Crisis Response Program Adds Peer Supporter | News, Sports, Jobs

SALEM — Salem police officers added a new crisis response tool last year by introducing a peer helper, someone who can relate to drug users and offer help. “We are very excited about the program” Salem Police Chief JT Panezott said. Salem served as a pilot site for …

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Man goes on anti-mask rant at La Crescenta – NBC Los Angeles

Sheriff’s Department investigators are investigating what happened in the moments leading up to a confrontation involving a man wearing a ‘Your mask is making you stupid’ shirt who shouted profanities during an anti-mask blast in a Southern California parking lot. “Stay scared! Keep your masks on, it doesn’t even work!” …

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Stoke-on-Trent ‘turning its back on young people’ with £60,000 mental health cuts

Council leaders have defended a £60,000 cut in funding for children’s mental health services, fearing the authority is ‘turning its back’ on troubled youngsters. Stoke-on-Trent City Council currently provides 2.5 full-time equivalent social workers to Child and Young People’s Mental Health Services (CAMHS) where they work alongside NHS staff from …

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Quilt Guild donates to hospice residents and homeless veteran’s baby

Charles M. Schulz, creator of the beloved ‘Peanuts’ comic, was onto something when he inspired the animated show, ‘Happiness is a Warm Blanket, Charlie Brown’, to illustrate for the world what something as a quilt can mean to someone and why. Quilts passed on to family members Charity Naim, social …

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This urban agriculture professor from New York is helping students connect to the land

A new horticulture program is springing up at a Bronx high school, and environmental science teacher Vanessa Spiegel is helping her run it. Bronx International High School – a progressive, project-based school that serves recent immigrants – launched its urban agriculture program this year at the five-year-old school Morris Campus …

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Hundreds of Santa Cruz County workers to strike next week – Santa Cruz Sentinel

SANTA CRUZ — Residents of Santa Cruz County who rely on government services will face delays in care starting Jan. 25, when about 1,600 workers are expected to go on strike. “We expect our members to all be on the picket lines and not cross paths. We expect members to …

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Journalists: Henn. Co-Commissioner Kevin Anderson talks about his first year in office

10:00 AM | Monday, January 17, 2022 Hennepin Co. Commissioner Kevin Anderson, who represents the Maple Grove area in District 7, spoke about his first year in office. One of the most impactful issues is an amendment change the public works assessment process for future projects. “A lot of District …

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The new law on adoption hailed: “For families created by destiny”

ANGELS WAITING A caregiver watches over babies at the Hospicio de San Jose, a Spanish colonial-era church-run orphanage in Manila, in this February 2012 photo. Couples or families looking to adopt children may now find the process much easier, thanks to a new law signed by President Duterte earlier this …

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SHINee’s Taemin To End Military Service As Civil Servant Due To Depression And Anxiety Soompi

After initially enlisting as a member of the military band, SHINeeit is Taemin will complete the remainder of his military service as a civil servant. On January 14, SM Entertainment announced that Taemin had been transferred from the military band to the civil service due to worsening symptoms of depression …

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West Virginia scrambles to get by after Manchin cuts child tax credits | West Virginia

LLast fall, Krista Greene missed a week of work after her sons were exposed to Covid and were unable to return to school. Greene, who operates a tutoring center and yoga studio in Charleston, West Virginia, is not granted any paid time off. Normally, she would have worried about this …

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Social Worker Job in Poplar Bluff, Missouri – Department of Veterans Affairs

The United States government is a massive employer and is always on the lookout for qualified candidates to fill a wide variety of vacancies in locations across the country. Below is a summary of qualifications for an active and open Department of Veterans Affairs job listing. The opening is for …

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Crossroads Quilt Guild Donates Quilts to Hospice, Child of Homeless Veteran |

PERRY – Charles M. Schulz, creator of the beloved “Peanuts” comic book, was on to something when he inspired the animated show “Happiness is a warm blanket, Charlie Brown” to illustrate to the world what something something like a quilt can mean to someone and why. Charity Naim, licensed clinical …

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‘Big COVID peak in county’, long queues seen at test sites

CHESTER, SC (WBTV) – The only Chester County mass testing site where appointments are not required has been slammed all day as the number of COVIDs has skyrocketed here. The Department of Health and Environmental Control said Chester County had fewer than 5 cases on November 30, the last day …

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Whistleblower Warns Baffling Illness Affects Growing Number of Young Adults in Canadian Province | Canada

A whistleblower from the Canadian province of New Brunswick has warned that a progressive neurological disease that has baffled experts for more than two years appears to be affecting increasing numbers of young people and causing rapid cognitive decline in some of those afflicted. Speaking to the Guardian, an employee …

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A little party… at Disney World!

These are celebrations. We all have dates and events in our lives that inspire celebration. Birthdays, anniversaries, job promotions… and in our case, imminent adoption. Little B came into our lives when he was only 3 years old. My younger and equally favorite daughter and her husband listened to that …

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Deadline Detroit | Educators concerned that uncertified district workers can now be substitute teachers

Teachers and their union are concerned about a new law allowing Michigan districts to reassign school support workers as substitute teachers. The state attorney general too. Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, who signed the temporary legislation on Monday, said the policy change would keep schools open and allow students to learn from …

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A love letter to each remaining member of the medical staff

I’m trying to write a love letter to hospital workers this week. But I don’t want him to read like one of those thanking you for your hero worship service. I don’t put medicine on a pedestal; I know what you did. It’s just that you’re really on my mind, …

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Mental health: what to do for a child in crisis?

Over the next few weeks, The Cheshire Herald will be publishing a series of columns, courtesy of State Representative Liz Linehan (D-103) regarding this mental health issue in children and adolescents. This is the second installment in my series on children’s mental health in partnership with The herald. Last week …

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U.S. meat factories relaxed COVID-19 safety protocols after outbreaks: unions

CHICAGO, Dec.21 (Reuters) – Smithfield Foods (SFII.UL), the world’s largest pork producer, last year assigned a team of dedicated employees to enforce social distancing and clean up surfaces in a slaughterhouse in South Dakota where COVID-19 has infected nearly 1,300 workers, the local union president said. Now that role no …

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Shop With a First Responder arrives in Fort Kent

Santa himself could not have spread more Christmas cheer than the merry students of Fort Kent Elementary School who hopped down the aisles of local stores to pick out gifts for loved ones on Thursday morning. FORT KENT, Maine – Santa himself could not have spread more Christmas cheer than …

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Miss Massachusetts takes second place in Miss America pageant

MASHANTUCKET, Connecticut (WWLP) – A moment of pride for the State of Massachusetts Thursday night during the Miss America Pageant at the Mohegan Sun! Last weekend before Christmas, stores expect a rush of shoppers Fifty-one young women were in contention for the post of Miss America, and Miss Massachusetts Elizabeth …

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Washington Governor Jay Inslee proposes $ 61.8 billion budget focused on COVID, climate change and homelessness

OLYMPIA – Spurred on by federal tax and relief collections, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee on Thursday unveiled a new state supplementary budget that spends billions of dollars in new spending to respond to the pandemic, homelessness , climate change, transportation projects, government employees and more. . Inslee’s additional $ 61.8 …

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Guarantees to protect freedom will certainly be delayed, but no word on a new timetable

Photo by: nito The Safeguarding Guarantees (LPS) will certainly be delayed again as the government has yet to consult on how to put the program into practice. The Deprivation of Liberty Protective Measures (DoLS) replacement was originally scheduled to come into effect in October 2020, but was later pushed back …

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City to offer $ 2.9 million to Anjanette Young for botched police raid

Mayor Lori Lightfoot’s administration is proposing a $ 2.9 million settlement for Anjanette Young following a botched police raid, the Chicago Sun-Times has learned. City councilors were informed Sunday evening during closed-door briefings of the amount of the proposed settlement. Young and three other bylaws are on the agenda for …

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Concord University celebrates the 23rd Fall | State and region

ATHENS – Concord University hosted the 23rd fall edition in three ceremonies over two days. Masters candidates for graduation were honored on Friday, December 10, 2021 at 6 p.m. Applicants for undergraduate degrees were recognized on Saturday, December 11 at the ceremonies at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. and Ruby …

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