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    18 Sep 2014 | 6:29 am
    Back in 2007, Annie and her siblings began seeing early signs of Alzheimer’s Disease in their mother. Annie’s mother, Margaret was 79 years old and had begun to become confused and get lost while driving. Annie no longer felt she should be left alone to take care of herself. She decided it would be best for her mother to move into a small apartment addition she built onto her house. Nearly six months after her mother moved in, Annie began to increase basic care for her mother, making her meals and eventually leaving her job to stay at home with her full-time. Annie and her family took…
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    thelastone
    16 Sep 2014 | 9:50 am
    Poland, Lubin I haven’t been sleeping yet. I am writing, so you know, that I am still here. Everything has not taken place without losses, but let’s leave it now. When I finished my last entry, a gang of local thugs were just a several foots from me. Now, I am going to explain briefly, what happened next. For many years, my house was surrounded by quick-set hedge, however, over time, playing children and junkies, trying to find some cosy place to get high, holed it like Swiss cheese. That is my fault, I didn’t take care about this place properly. I swear to myself I will change it. Fuck…
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    Public Health Matters Blog

  • A Prepared Caregiver

    Blog Administrator
    18 Sep 2014 | 6:29 am
    Back in 2007, Annie and her siblings began seeing early signs of Alzheimer’s Disease in their mother. Annie’s mother, Margaret was 79 years old and had begun to become confused and get lost while driving. Annie no longer felt she should be left alone to take care of herself. She decided it would be best for her mother to move into a small apartment addition she built onto her house. Nearly six months after her mother moved in, Annie began to increase basic care for her mother, making her meals and eventually leaving her job to stay at home with her full-time. Annie and her family took…
  • Preparing an Older Generation

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    15 Sep 2014 | 10:13 am
    The generation that brought us the Internet, the civil rights movement, tie-dye and classic rock, is turning 65. It is estimated that nearly 7,000 baby boomers turn 65 every day, and by the year 2030 most of the baby boomers will be entering their elderly years. As the largest generation prepares for retirement and senior living, we must consider how to prepare this population for disasters. Older adults may have a more difficult time preparing for or reacting in an emergency, especially those who live alone, have limited mobility or rely on a caregiver. If you or someone you love is part of…
  • Serving Alaskans with Disability: An Integrated Approach

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    11 Sep 2014 | 9:15 am
    By: Amanda Cooper, Alaska Health and Disability Program Manager With 663,000 square miles of land, rural location, and risk for at least seven types of natural disasters, Alaska’s emergency preparedness efforts are vital to the health and well-being of its residents. The majority of Alaska is inaccessible by road; therefore, emergency response efforts rely mostly on air and water transportation. Alaska invests heavily in its local and state health and medical surge capacity following a disaster. Of Alaska’s 735,000 residents, 23.8% live with disability. In addition, only half have enough…
  • Emergency Planning for All Abilities

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    9 Sep 2014 | 6:42 am
    By Georgina Peacock Nickole Cheron was stuck in her home for eight days after a rare winter storm buried Portland, Oregon, under more than a foot of snow in 2008. Fortunately for Nickole, whose muscles are too weak to support her body, she signed up for “Ready Now!,” an emergency preparedness training program developed through the CDC-supported Oregon Office of Disability and Health. Nickole said the training was empowering, and reinforced her ability to live independently with a disability. She learned from the training to develop a back-up plan, stock up on food, water and…
  • Children Are Not Little Adults

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    4 Sep 2014 | 5:56 am
    By Steven E. Krug, MD, FAAP Imagine it. An earthquake shakes a California community, waking people whose homes have caught fire; responders must treat multiple children whose brief inhalation of smoke has rendered severe airway injuries. Or imagine a tornado rips through a town during the school day, and dozens of children need medical attention, but they’ve been separated from their identification and medical records. These are just two of the many disaster scenarios that pediatricians can help respond to—and also to plan for – so that the distinct medical needs of children are met.
 
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  • 21st April 2017. 5:21

    thelastone
    16 Sep 2014 | 9:50 am
    Poland, Lubin I haven’t been sleeping yet. I am writing, so you know, that I am still here. Everything has not taken place without losses, but let’s leave it now. When I finished my last entry, a gang of local thugs were just a several foots from me. Now, I am going to explain briefly, what happened next. For many years, my house was surrounded by quick-set hedge, however, over time, playing children and junkies, trying to find some cosy place to get high, holed it like Swiss cheese. That is my fault, I didn’t take care about this place properly. I swear to myself I will change it. Fuck…
  • 20th April 2017. 6.05

    thelastone
    4 Sep 2014 | 5:31 pm
    Iran,Isfahan, Unofficial Military Unit -Stawell, Calder, Mansour, get up!- You have a big day today – A man, dressed in a military suit, didn’t stop shouting in broken English. Kept in a tree, small cells, in Iranian , secret prison, scientists were mentally and physically exhausted. After they had finished the synthesis of a virus, they were literally “packed” into trucks and taken to unofficial prison nearby Isfahan. They weren’t paid any money and nobody wanted have a conversation with them. Soldiers, not saying a single word, cuffed them and transported to prison. Then, during…
  • 19th April 2017, 03:16

    thelastone
    29 Aug 2014 | 8:00 am
    Poland, Lubin It’s getting colder, profound silence which surrounds me, makes me hear sounds, that don ‘t really exist. Strange rustling in the garden has nearly given me a heart attack. It turned out to be a hedgehog. I don’t try to hide the fact that, in spite of being a man, I don’t feel confident here. The moon shines really bright and shadows, which appear in my garden are really giving me the creeps. Many things may go wrong. I may not manage to scare them away and they may break into the house. The money is not inside, however, they would certainly find a way to make me tell…
  • 19th April 2017. 22:58

    thelastone
    25 Aug 2014 | 10:53 am
    Poland, Lubin Having came back home, I saw little indentations on burglar-proof window shade, which protects the window next to the front door. I began inspection, starting from kitchen windows and ended looking at those, at the back of the house, where traces of attempted intrusion, where more visible. On the lawn, which wasn’t moved for a very long time, I noticed footprints of, at least, three men. Somebody knew, that I’ve recently made some money and wanted to unceremoniously pocket them. They have surely made a lot of noise, perchance, neighbours called the cops- that would…
  • 19th of April 2017, 8:24

    thelastone
    22 Aug 2014 | 9:59 am
    Africa, Zambia, Kariba Lake, — First birds have drifted away — short communicate from Richard made Serahim sprung to his feet. Everything had been already prepared. Jeep stood in front of the hangar, fully loaded. Serahim jumped into the cabin and turned the engine on, then, he set the coordinates and hit the road, churning up clouds of dust. After thirty minutes of road rage, he finally reached the first nest, surrounded by reed, situated just at lakeside. He opened the trunk and placed the sprayer about four meters from the nest. Birds were chirping joyously, but it didn’t ease…
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