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Leesburg, Virginia (PRWEB) October 17, 2013
Convoy of Hope will stop in Leesburg, Va., on Saturday, October 19, at the Shenandoah Building to provide a day of free food, goods and services. The community celebration is one of dozens Convoy of Hope is hosting in 2013 throughout the United States. Already, more than 96,000 guests of honor have attended the $ 50-million tour of hope.
WHAT: A free Leesburg community event offering $ 1 million in free goods and services including more than 60,000 pounds of groceries, haircuts, dental check-ups, health services, job and career services, kids carnival and more.
While Supplies Last – All are Welcome – No I.D. Required
WHY: Provides an opportunity for more than 1000 local community volunteers to share hope and tangible help with thousands of anticipated neighbors in a spirit of honor and dignity.
WHO: The community of Leesburg, Va., numerous local business, organizations, churches and Convoy of Hope.
WHEN: Saturday, October 19 Gates open at 10 a.m. (Rain or Shine)
WHERE: Shenandoah Building
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Warrington, Cheshire (PRWEB UK) 30 April 2013
igroup ltd, a growing UK-based technology firm, has launched sharepoint-partner.co.uk, a website outlining their SharePoint partner credentials. The site, aimed at businesses considering SharePoint as an option for collaboration and web publishing, provides an overview of igroups SharePoint expertise and experience, an introduction to the company and testimonials from clients.
sharepoint-partner.co.uk is developed around igroups SharePoint offering, which includes hosting in Microsoft Azure data centres, SQL and SharePoint Server licenses and flexible configuration / contracts.
Managing Director of igroup Steve Rastall said, Igroup is a leading SharePoint provider with a wealth of experience and outstanding talent within the company. Sharepoint-partner.co.uk highlights the benefits of working with igroup in its capacity as a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner for SharePoint.
igroup specialises solely in SharePoint, offering hosting, development, deployment and consultancy. The firm has high-levels of expertise within its business and has seen double-digit growth for seven consecutive years.
To find out more about igroups SharePoint partner services, visit: http://www.sharepoint-partner.co.uk
igroup is a UK-based technology company that provides SharePoint solutions. Formed in 2005, the company has at least doubled sales revenue every year via organic growth since being formed.
The company is ISO 9001 certified and is a Microsoft Gold Certified Partner with its specialist competency in SharePoint. It offers a range of SharePoint services including development, hosting, consultancy, support and training. igroup’s Managing Director, Steve Rastall has been named in Insider Magazine’s ‘Top 25 Up & Coming Entrepreneurs’ and the organisation has also won a HOT 100 Fastest Growing Companies award.
igroup’s clients have included Herefordshire County Council, South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust, Carmarthenshire Council, PMI Health Group, Chiesi, Sciensus, Provident Insurance and Serco.
Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) April 19, 2013
Nucleus Medical Media, Inc., the Internets leading creator of 3D medical animations, and Gwinnett Medical Center in Lawrenceville, Georgia, have launched a new patient education website featuring animated patient discharge instructions.
The Caring for Yourself After Surgery site features videos on seven common topics, including checking blood flow in the arms and legs, caring for surgical drains, and removing a Foley catheter. Gwinnett Medical Center uses the site as a resource before surgery and after patients are discharged from the hospital.
Gwinnett Medical Center PACU Clinical Resource Nurse Pamela Bear says the discharge animations are helping both families and her fellow nurses, Families state they feel more confident after watching the videos and like being able to access the website to reinforce the instructions after they have returned to their homes. Nurses feel the videos actually make their job easier. After the family and/or patient have reviewed the videos, discharge instructions have more meaning for the patients and their families.
Along with detailed 3D animations and narrations, each video features a downloadable PDF with comprehensive instructions and images to reinforce patient understanding of post-surgical care. Like the animations, the companion PDFs were created strictly following the principles of effective patient communication and health literacy.
“Our goals were to improve patient satisfaction and health outcomes,” said Lynne Sycamore, Patient and Family Education Coordinator with Gwinnett Medical Center. “First, our staff shows patients the discharge animations in the hospital and follows it up with a teach-back session. We discover what questions they have, and ask patients to explain the content in their own words. Afterward, patients receive a printed handout with a link to the website so they can review the material at home.”
Sycamore believes video animations help patients understand information since they can pause, rewind, and watch parts again. “It’s a beneficial element because often, when patients leave our care, they’re still feeling the effects of anesthesia, or they may be on pain medication. Patients may not remember everything we’ve told them. If they prefer the paper form, they can follow those instructions, and if they need more direction, they can go back to the website and watch the animations again,” she says.
Ron Collins, CEO and Cofounder of Nucleus Medical Media believes the website will help reduce hospital readmissions. When patients receive more health information before, during and after care, they are more likely to comply with medical treatment, he says. These narrated medical animations are perfect for health literacy because they require no reading and have moving graphic demonstrations of how to perform key tasks related to aftercare.
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Thousand Oaks, CA (PRWEB) March 29, 2013
California Body Care (CBC), a leading provider of holistic skin care products, has become a fundraising partner for Our Community House of Hope (OCHH) in Thousand Oaks, Calif.
The mission of OCHH is to offer end-of-life care to terminally ill people who have no financial resources in both Ventura County and northwest Los Angeles County. CBC plans to donate products to the organization, which can then either be sold or given away as door prizes or other fundraising incentives.
According to data from the California Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development, the number of patients entering California hospice care increased 22.1 percent between 2006 and 2011. Medicare and Medi-Cal often pay for hospice care as does some employer benefits plans. However, for patients without resources who do not qualify for these programs, end-of-life care can be unaffordable.
Hospice programs provide drugs, medical equipment and medical supplies related to end-of-life care. Additionally, hospice provides RN care, social worker visits, chaplain services and home health aid. Patients who are often in pain receive palliative care that allows them to spend their last days with dignity, while families receive support to help them cope with the terminal illness and death of a loved one.
OCHH operates a “House of Hope” as well as delivering resources for hospice education. The House of Hope is a four-bedroom home in Thousand Oaks that provides care to adult patients with less than three months to live. Educational programs focus on university students, health care professionals and community groups, and they are designed to teach about compassionate possibilities for end-of-life care. Some OCHH educational programs deliver continuing education credits for health care providers.
For the first anniversary of their first house, OCHH assembled a wine and food pairing event as a fundraiser. The organization hoped to raise $ 30,000 from the event. In addition to this and other fundraising opportunities, OCHH benefits entirely from private donations like those from CBC.
About California Body Care
California Body Care (CBC) markets skin care products containing phytonutrients from botanical ingredients. Through technologies like liposomes, emulsions, encapsulations, microsponges and microspheres, CBC offers only the highest quality skin care products at direct-to-consumer prices.
Paul Hanson, CBC – 805-529-7597
Boulder, CO (PRWEB) February 11, 2013
Just in time for Valentines Day, FlexJobs, the leading site for finding a flexible job, has released survey results showing that jobs that offer work flexibility can have a very positive impact on employees romantic relationships. FlexJobs conducted a Work-Life-Relationship survey with over 1000 respondents, asking them a variety of questions on how their work arrangements affected their personal lives.
The benefits of a job that supports healthy work-life balance have been proven by studies from Stanford University and others, but cynics remain skeptical and employers claim that flexible jobs cut into profits. However, the results of the FlexJobs Work-Life Relationship survey found that 95% of respondents say flexible hours would make them happier people, which can lead to less negativity in the workplace, more engagement in their job, and friendliness within the company and with customers.
In an interesting twist, this new survey found that people wouldn’t be happier solely because of commonly cited flexible job perks like reduced commutes and more time for family and friends. Respondents say that flexible jobs could actually help their love lives.
82% said that it would help them be a more attentive spouse/partner/significant other.
49% said that having a flexible job would benefit their romantic relationship, and another 30% werent sure but were hopeful.
47% thought it would increase the dates/date nights in their lives.
41% said that having a flexible job would improve their sex life, and another 34% were optimistic it would.
Some of the results of this survey really took us by surprise, shared Sara Sutton Fell, CEO and Founder of FlexJobs. We are well-informed on the many work-life benefits offered by flexible job arrangements such as telecommuting, freelance, part-time and flexible schedule jobs. But we hadnt really considered on a broad scale how having a flexible job could positively affect peoples love lives and romantic relationships as well. Its exciting!
Hand in hand with healthier relationships comes healthier selves, according to 82% of respondents who indicated they would have less stress. Additionally, 89% would be able to take better care of themselves, and 65% would exercise more.
Increasing your staffs overall health and well-being should be an eye opener for any employer on the fence regarding offering workplace flexibility, Fell said. And since flexible work options can be included in a surprising variety of jobs, from entry-level to executive and in almost any industry, the benefits can be had for most employers and employees.
For more details and stats on health, love lives and work interests, results of the survey can be viewed at:
For media inquiries, please contact Chelsea Gladden, Chelsea@flexjobs.com or 1-866-991-9222 x 4.