BestSelf Behavioral Health announce new “Co-Location Model”

Crisis Services and the Child Advocacy Center (CAC), at BestSelf Behavioral Health, announce new “Co-Location Model” BUFFALO, N.Y. – Crisis Services and the Child Advocacy Center (CAC), at BestSelf Behavioral Health, are excited to announce their new co-location model: a Crisis Services Domestic Violence Case Manager onsite

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Hospice & Palliative Care Buffalo’s Annual Spring Bouquet Sale

Businesses and Schools Invited to Help Make Hospice & Palliative Care Buffalo’s Annual Spring Bouquet Sale A Success Buffalo, January 11, 2022 – Local companies, organizations and schools are invited to participate in the 36th Annual Hospice Spring Bouquet Sale, for the event’s Pre-Sale phase starting January

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Senior Companions Form Lasting Friendships

Senior Companions Form Lasting Friendships Consider Volunteering! By Danielle Herrmann Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, people found safe and creative ways to stay in touch with friends and family members. People Inc. also adapted to the crisis by developing unique programs for people to safely connect with others.

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Todd and Leslie Shatkin Institute of Mobility Innovation & Technology

State-of-the-Art Care and Technology at Daemen College by Annette Pinder As a leader in health-science education, research and treatment, Daemen College is excited to open the Todd & Leslie Shatkin Institute for Mobility Innovation & Technology (IMIT). The state-of-the-art institute will offer leading robotic devices and assistive

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A Bright Future for Athletic Training and Sports Medicine

By Shannon Traphagen “To achieve dreams, one must move forward in pursuing them.” That is the motto at Daemen College, a private, nonsectarian college in Amherst, New York. Daemen encourages its students to be creative, innovative, and ethically-minded leaders for an ever-changing, diverse, and interconnected world. Part

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Pulling the Race Card

By Annette Pinder I recently attended an event during which I played an interactive game called “Pulling the Race Card,” and it was a great experience. The interactive deck of cards we used was developed by Sarah Pearson-Collins, Kezia Pearson, and their cousin Cephas Pearson. Each player

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National Veteran Resources: I Care Deeply About Others and Want to Help

By Michele Ladd I want everyone to know why I am recommending a simple device called Alpha-Stim® to those who need help with pain, stress, anxiety associated with PTSD, depression, and insomnia. Drug-free and FDA-cleared, Alpha-Stim is used in several VA health centers and cancer hospitals. As

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