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You’ve spent your life working hard, raising your family, and taking care of everyone around you – now, it’s time for you! At Inspirations Senior Living, you will be treated to the lifestyle you’ve earned, in a beautiful community surrounded with caring and compassionate people and a robust schedule of activities – all at price you can afford. We welcome you to our family.
What Service Do I Need
We know it is difficult to understand the nuances between all the industry terms and there is much confusion when you are seeking to find the right place to live – or you are researching the best options for your loved one.
Your Social Life at Inspirations
Life at Inspirations is as quiet and peaceful, or as active and social, as you desire. There are plenty of opportunities for you to meet friends and join in the fun, or take in the beauty of our library or courtyard or just sit and enjoy a cup of coffee in our 24 hour Bistro.
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We would love to welcome you to the Inspirations family. We know there are many factors to consider and we are here to help. Call us today, send us an email or come by to see our beautiful home in the Pahrump Valley.
Inspirations Senior Living
931 E. Honeysuckle St.
Pahrump, NV 89048
(Corner of Highland Ave. and Honey Suckle Street)
When you enter Silver Hills Health Care Center, you enter a community of compassion. You’ll see it in our people and in our service.
We are committed to meeting the individual needs of our residents, families, and community. We act as an extended family of sons and daughters, brothers and sisters, friends and companions, all united in a circle of care and linked by a covenant of shared responsibility for our residents. It is this community of compassions and attention to individual needs that sets us apart as a model of quality care.
We are a 155 bed nursing home located in a quiet residential area of Northwest Las Vegas. Our residents enjoy state of the art conveniences in a warm, comfortable, home-like environment. Each resident room is furnished with cable television, an electric bed, private bedside telephone plus closet and drawer space.
EmpRes Healthcare is a 100% employee owned western company, providing management consulting and other services to healthcare communities that offer quality long-term care and specialty healthcare services.
The EmpRes Healthcare affiliated companies operate licensed nursing homes and assisted living communities in California, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Oregon and Washington.
We embody a spirit and value system that encourages loyalty, honesty and a commitment to caring. From our belief that people are always the number one priority, the EmpRes Healthcare companies are committed to:
Caring about our residents, families, employees, and communities
Excellence in service
Treating our residents, families and employees with dignity and respect at all times
Sound stewardship of our financial and human resources
Our Commitment to Caring
The mission of EmpRes Healthcare is to assist each individual resident to achieve his or her highest desired potential.
As an employee-owned company we recognize that our people are our most valuable asset. We honor their importance by our recognition that all employees be treated with respect and integrity at all times.
Achievement of any mission is dependent upon the financial viability of the company. We are dedicated to provide optimal value through effective stewardship of our human and financial resources.
We take pride in our motto “Our Commitment to Caring” as a means to attain our mission.
Customer Service: We treat everyone we encounter as a customer and strive to deliver excellent service at each encounter.
Accountability: We hold ourselves accountable for being stewards in all aspects of delivering customer-focused care and maintaining financial viability.
Respect: We respect our residents; they are our purpose. We respect our employees; they are the means to attain our mission.
Integrity: We maintain our integrity in the pursuit of our mission. We do not achieve results at the risk of compromising our integrity.
Nursing Excellence: We deliver quality care to enhance and promote quality of life by striving to constantly improve resident-centered outcomes and committing to enhancing each resident’s desired potential.
Growth: We are committed to continuous quality improvement of our clinical and financial systems, professional growth for our employees and the strategic growth and strengthening of our organizations.
Mountain View Health and Rehabilitation Center, 201 Koontz Lane, Carson City, NV 89701 | 775-883-3622
Testimonial: “I love this place and the people who work here! I just plain enjoy myself here!”
Fewer than half of Americans over age 40 have completed an advance directive outlining what medical treatments they would want if they couldn’t communicate, according to a poll by the AP-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research. Ironically, more than half of the Americans over 40 in the survey have already been caregivers for a sick relative or friend.
Compassion & Choices’ End-of-Life Consultation (EOLC) program has provided confidential, personal support for thousands of people over the last 20 years. People call our toll-free number (800-247-7421) specifically about end-of-life planning, such as preparation of advance directives.
“Everyone wants to die peacefully and with dignity. But it takes more than hope to achieve this end-of-life outcome,” said Compassion & Choices President Barbara Coombs Lee, who was an ER and ICU nurse and physician assistant for 25 years. “Making and communicating end-of-life plans is absolutely necessary to ensure we get the treatment we want – and to avoid treatment we don’t want. This step is especially important to prepare for a time we may be unable to speak for ourselves.”
How do families start this uncomfortable conversation? After many attempts to engage her family, one Compassion & Choices client set her Thanksgiving table with advance directive forms at every place setting and announced: “Nobody gets dinner until these are filled out.”
That tough-turkey tactic may not work for everyone. The best approach is the one that suits you and your family. While it’s important to fill out this paperwork, it’s essential is to get the conversation going.
“Talking Turkey Over Turkey” tips include:
“Appetizers” that could lead the way to a satisfying dialogue;
Four key questions your conversation should cover; and
Free tools you need to guide your conversation and document the results.
With over 30 local groups and 40,000 members and supporters throughout the United States, Compassion & Choices leads the end-of-life choice movement. We support, educate and advocate. Learn more at: www.compassionandchoices.org.
Circle of Life Hospice helps people in the advanced stages of a chronic or terminal illness who have made the decision to live their remaining days with dignity and surrounded by compassionate caregivers. Our hospice team consists of nurses, aides, social workers, spiritual care advisers, physicians, volunteers, dietitians, therapists and bereavement counsel with that will facilitate helping you “live with” versus “dying from” an illness.
If we can help you see death through new eyes , it will help you to transform your grieving process and change how you view your world, forever.
We have learned from our patients that the Art of Living at the end of life is a time of life that can involve tremendous personal and spiritual growth.
June 5, 2013 by Leigh St John · Comments Off on Boston Elder Care Expert A. Michael Bloom Shares Coping Strategies to Support Accidental Caregivers Tending to Ailing Moms and Dads Filed under: Articles
Boston Elder Care Expert A. Michael Bloom Shares Coping Strategies to Support Accidental Caregivers Tending to Ailing Moms and Dads
BOSTON, May 2, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — Mother’s and Father’s Day celebrations are approaching, yet millions of adult children care for parents year round while on the brink of burnout. Catapulted into the accidental caregiver role without warning, stressed-out kids are doing their best to hold life together when everything seems to be falling apart.
Boston Elder Care Expert A. Michael Bloom issues a timely warning. “You must seek support as a caregiver. The life you save may be your own.”
Bloom offers practical coping strategies to help family caregivers recharge their energy and avoid burnout during a free monthly Caregiving Power Hour. During these tele-sessions, caregivers get tactical solutions to get through the week ahead. Bloom wants to inspire and train caregivers to provide quality support for their loved ones while fully living their own lives.
“It’s coaching, community, and caring in the gift of an hour of sacred time that can really make a difference,” Bloom says.
Bloom knows the stressful caregiving journey well. He served as the primary, live-in caregiver for his parents during their final years. His father passed away in 2009 and, after a courageous battle with cancer, Bloom’s mother passed away in his loving arms on Mother’s Day 2012.
“Caregivers put the well-being of loved ones first which can mean putting their own needs and plans on the back burner. The regret for career or life enhancing opportunities not taken can be a bitter pill to swallow,” Bloom says.
He honors the legacy of his parents by sharing key steps along the roadmap to caregiving without regret.
Release Crisis Mode. Stop being a victim to circumstances so you feel stronger and become laser-focused to meet your family’s needs. Supporting loved ones through medical challenges is overwhelming and scary. When you become aware that feeling like a victim or in a state of crisis is a mindset, you can successfully shift back into taking control and positive action.
Overcome Conflict. Communicate and cope with calm and clarity. Otherwise, you will crash while riding the emotional roller coaster associated with disability or disease. Mastering your own trigger points for anger and frustration will lead you to deal effectively with the most challenging people and circumstances in your life.
Achieve Buy-In. Motivate others to contribute based upon their individual abilities, preferences, and talents so your loved one receives the most satisfying support possible. Giving others choices for how they can serve will foster their desire to gladly help on a regular basis.
Deliver Greatness and Compassion in Equal Doses. Become the inspiring caregiver that people cheer for and gladly support in meaningful ways. Let your compassion shine through in all actions as you support your loved one. Devote equal time for self-care so you have the energy to let your best shine through even during tough times.
Magnetize and Motivate Talent. Create an atmosphere that attracts and retains the best people to join your loved one’s care team and experience brilliant performance. Stay positive and open to the opinions of others so you can facilitate options for the best care and support.
Access Intuition. Trust your instincts and let your care and dedication guide your decisions. Share any concerns and questions with key support professionals. It is better to explore a concern that proves to be okay rather than ignore something that could be life threatening.
Put Chocolate in Your Pill Box. Find ways tofuel your soul so you can thrive during the caregiver journey and develop the passion and purpose for your life beyond caregiving. Dose yourself regularly to avoid burnout while creating enduring satisfaction and success.
AboutCertified Professional Coach andEnergy Leadership™ Master Practitioner A. Michael Bloom
Since 2011, A. Michael Bloom has revitalized the careers of hundreds of family and professional caregivers with practical, tactical soul-saving coping strategies that support them in saving lives – including their own. An in-demand New England speaker, workshop leader, and coach, Bloom has influenced hundreds of caregivers to follow a roadmap to avoid burnout and recharge their caregiving energy. The author of the forthcoming book, The Accidental Caregivers Survival Guide: Your Roadmap to Caregiving Without Regret, Bloom welcomes media interviews, speaking engagements, and the opportunity to inspire caregivers around the world via his monthly Caregiving Power Hours. Learn more at http://www.bloomforcoach.com/powerhour/.
There is no formal ‘Senior Citizens Bill of Rights’, but as individuals, senior citizens are entitled to their rights. However, the senior citizens have little energy left in them in their old age to fight for their rights and therefore, it is the duty of the children to see that their elderly parents are getting what they are rightfully entitled to.
Every right must be claimed to be deemed as a right. There are laws in existence for the running of nursing homes for the elderly and retirement communities. Even if your elderly mom or dad is in an assisted care facility, there are certain laws that are fundamental and expected to be followed by these care facilities too. It is your duty as a caregiver to see that they are following the laws and living up to the expectations.
There are some factors that you must verify before selecting a facility for your elderly parents:
– Ensure that the facility will provide the basic cleanliness and safety. Check out the evacuation plans in place, in case of an emergency situation. Verify whether the evacuation plan is a workable one, considering the fact that the facility may be full of elderly and invalids who may be slow in moving out of the building in case of a fire. Find out if there is emergency power available to operate the automatic doors and elevators so that everyone can get out safely.
– If food is provided by the facility, ensure that meals will be provided three times a day. The meals should be healthy and the food should be delivered to the room if your parent is disabled or injured. There should be some variety in the diet and since there is a separate charge for the food, it is not wrong to expect some quality and variety in the food.
– If your parent has moved to an assisted care facility, they have every right to live as they wish in that apartment, since they have paid for it. However, they have to observe certain restrictions because they are living in a community setting. They should be able to live without any interference from the staff of the facility and have the freedom to select the décor of the apartment or have family and friends to visit.
– Another fundamental right of a senior citizen is to be treated with compassion, respect and dignity. Although this is not a tangible right, how the staff at the facility treats the elderly is an important aspect in the selection of a facility for your parents. The staff of the facility must be respectful and pleasant in their dealings with your parents. If your parent complains of any emotional or verbal abuse, you must investigate and hold the facility accountable for it.
As a primary caregiver, responsible for the well being of your elderly parents, you have the right to remind the assisted care facility of their responsibilities. Ensure that your parents are getting the service and care that they paid for and that they are comfortable in their living quarters and enjoying their stay there.
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As our population ages, there is increasing emphasis on teaching and learning lifelong recreational skills. Research has shown that recreation is an important part of an individual’s social behavior. Recreation plays a critical role in the lives of older adults by contributing to an improved quality of life. People who participate in recreational activities as senior citizens report significantly more life satisfaction than those who do not.
Physical recreation is especially important. Engaging in physical activity reduces almost every risk of disease, including heart disease, high blood pressure, colon cancer and diabetes. Participation in recreational activities improves mental health, as well. Again, research shows that older individuals who participate in recreational activities have better coping behaviors in response to stressful life events and daily frustrations. They learn that social support is important, and available, through these activities.
Unfortunately, we have come to view our older years as a time of diminishing activity and social interaction. As a result of these expectations, aging folks often assume they are incapable of recreational activity or that it will not be available to them. They often cite scarce financial resources, lack of transportation or declining health as reasons for avoiding these important activities. Although there is some validity to these concerns, we often overlook the increasing resources that are being dedicated to wellness among senior citizens. Some of these resources are:
Travel programs. Fees are usually required, but deep discounts for seniors are often available.
Volunteering. Seniors bring valuable experience, wisdom and compassion to others
Elderhostel. A world-wide travel program bringing affordable adventure and learning to seniors
Theme parks. Senior days! Special entry fees!
Entertainment and arts. Museum and theatre tours often provide discounts and transportation to seniors
Local parks and recreation programs. Great outdoor activities
Community Gardening. Check with your local parks and recreation office
Senior citizen centers. Free or reduced price meals and more!
Book clubs. Reading and socialization are a potent therapeutic combination for the brain
It is important for senior citizens and those who care for them to seek out recreational activities even at this time when they may be reluctant to do so. Research indicates that seniors who participate in these kinds of activities tend to remain active once they begin.
Western cultures sometimes view their aging populations as economic and social liabilities. In fact, when they are nurtured, they become assets. Recreational activities can provide help and motivation that seniors require to enable them to contribute their valuable time and wisdom in return for that nurturance.
Robert A. McCluskey Bob McCluskey is a semi retired teacher and school administrator. He has recently been teaching college-level psychology classes and has developed a course in the psychology of aging. Bob teaches courses specifically designed for senior citizens and is especially interested in the mental health of aging, With an emphasis on the preservation and enhancement of memory.
Now that you are 50 or 60 or 70 or so, how much have you changed? As a senior citizen in retirement, do you still see yourself as you were 10 or more years ago? What experiences, dramatic or subtle, have changed the mold you always saw yourself fitting?
Here is an illustration giving proof that some people really don’t change their patterns. A man in his early 70s is still acting out and living as if it were 50 or more years ago. No change, no recognition of the need for it. Old prejudices, bitter cynicism are the hallmarks of his life. Just as his outward expressions reveal his inward retardation, he is being eaten alive by a terminal illness. Is there anyway to get through to people who don’t even understand themselves? How can exercise compassion and care and thoughtfulness for others, if they don’t even see the need for those emotions within themselves?
This is an alert. It is time for aging senior citizens who have decided to live in the boxed-in, never gonna change kind of existence, to either decide to isolate themselves completely or change. Isolation is not desirable, at whatever age. Punishing others by absenting yourself from the world going on around you is only a punishment to yourself. It isn’t the rest of the world that has a problem. It is you!
Resisting change is no indication of brilliance. It is instead, a sign of insecurity, inability to cope, unwillingness to evolve. Do you really want to be the way you have always been? Sounds comfortable, but at last it is an indicator of disconnect. There are a lot of memories and joys from your past to which you may cling. But, finally, one must admit they can’t remain forever a part of your life and being. Right now, resolve to begin working hard on eliminating some of the “things” which still hold you. There is a time for letting go.
It may be relatively easy, and certainly inevitable, to have to let go of those “things.” It is more of a struggle to deal with the chains, as in Dickens’ Marley, which enslave us. Aging senior citizens may find a good read this Christmas in “A Christmas Carol.” As you read it, reflect on how much like Marley or Ebenezer you have become.
Article provided by Dr. Jerry D. Elrod. Dr Elrod, and his wife, Dr Sharon Shaw Elrod, manage Senior Citizen Journal online. For information on retirement, Baby Boomers and everything related to Seniors, please visit my blog at http://www.seniorcitizenjournal.com/. Links to other Senior Citizen Journal pages can be found on the blog.
Asking your elders to move to a senior citizen home can be a very complicated situation. Most elders dislike the idea as they prefer to stay at their old home. If the elders are suffering from Alzheimer’s, it may make the situation much simpler as their memory has lost gradually. In normal condition, it is often for children to enroll their parents or grandparents in one of these places under terrible feelings of guilt.
Unfortunately, sometimes senior citizen housing is the only choice that you have. You cannot leave your parents or grandparents alone at home where they may endanger themselves. There is no one who can take care of them or assist them as they start needing help to do certain activities that they used to be able to do by themselves. Many accidents have happened because people keep leaving their elders alone at home although they know that those elderly people cannot take care of themselves as they used to be.
The positive aspects of senior citizen home
When we pass our prime time and start becoming seniors, it can be a frustrating experience, especially if we need others to help us to do certain things. In today’s fast-paced world, it is common that children do not have enough time to take care of parents. Children are busy with works and other social events that they need to attend so they leave their elderly parents at home.
A good senior citizen home can be the solution for this issue. You can place your elders in one of these places so they will have experienced staffs to take care of them. Another positive aspect is that they will not be lonely because they can have a social life with other people of their own age. Senior citizen home also offers regular activities to its residents to avoid monotonous life. Loneliness is one of the most common problems for elders and this facility may have the answer for their problem.
The negative aspects of senior citizen home
If you think back how your parents have taken care of you when you were only a small boy, it is hard not to do the same thing for them. It can be a traumatic experience for the whole family to place their elders into one of these senior citizen homes. In addition, many elders, even if they cannot take care of themselves properly anymore, prefer to stay home and welcome death rather than moving into a senior citizen home. Therefore, in many occasion, children force their elders to move.
This is indeed a dilemmatic situation as it seems that elders do not have any rights anymore and they are being lowered to an object. Some elders feel that they are helpless and unloved, which is not the way people should feel for their remaining lives.
What alternatives that you have?
If you do not want to place your elders in a senior citizen home, you have a couple other alternatives. You can hire an au pair for your elders. You should understand that many au pairs come from developing countries so you will not be surprised when you try to find one. An au pair is a good addition to your household as she can help with daily activities of elders, such as preparing meals, serving, and bathing.
Hiring a geriatric care nurse, either part time or full time, is another alternative that you can consider. For both alternatives, you should make sure that you choose the right person who has experiences in taking care of elders and has compassion in doing her job. These alternatives can answer your problem so you do not need to place your elders in a senior citizen home.
No Place Like Home Senior Care today announced that it has been recognized with Home Care Pulse’s “Best of Home Care” Provider of Choice distinction. Awarded to the top 25% of agencies in client and employee satisfaction scores from Home Care Pulse, No Place Like Home Senior Care is now ranked among a select few of the best agencies in the country.
What is the Best of Home Care® Award?
Agencies with the highest quality receive the Best of Home Care Award® from Home Care Pulse, the leading quality assurance firm for home care. This award is based on client and caregiver satisfaction scores from several categories, including Compassion, Work Ethic, Communication, and Training. “Our combined current client satisfaction rate is 96.8%” advised President/CEO Rick Ackerson.
Why Choose a Best of Home Care® Provider of Choice?
When you choose a Best of Home Care® Provider of Choice, you can be confident you are choosing the right home care agency for you and your family.
An agency recognized as a Provider of Choice is best-in-class for quality care. Their client satisfaction scores rank in the top percentile nationally in one or more categories. These scores are based on monthly third-party phone interviews with the agency’s clients, conducted by Home Care Pulse. As a client of a Best of Home Care® Provider of Choice, your agency will be preferred home care provider with award-winning care.
“We want to congratulate No Place Like Home Senior Care for winning the “Best of Home Care” award and commend their commitment to placing high priority on client and employee satisfaction,” concluded Aaron Marcum of Home Care Pulse.
About Home Care Pulse
Home Care Pulse was launched in 2008 and is a company specializing in measuring and benchmarking client and employee satisfaction for private duty home care agencies. Recently Home Care Pulse conducted the largest study ever performed on behalf of the private duty industry.
About No Place Like Home Senior Care
No Place Like Home Senior Care is the premier non-medical home care agency in Douglas County and surrounding areas, providing a wide range of in-home care services. No Place Like Home Senior Care is a locally-owned and operated company and is passionate about serving seniors and those in need throughout Northern Nevada.
Only agency in Northern NV providing Certified Companion Aides & Certified Hospice Companion Aides.
Further information can be found at www.NvNoPlaceLikeHome.com or call 775-392-2000.
YESTERDAY… Southwest Medical Associates (SMA) traces its beginnings back to 1972, when Anthony M. Marlon, MD first established a private medical practice in Las Vegas. His goal? To provide compassionate and innovative health care services. Because of his vision, his small practice quickly grew. Today, we’re one of Nevada’s largest multispecialty medical groups. And, although we’ve grown, we haven’t lost sight of our original commitment – to provide our patients with comprehensive, affordable medical care.
AND TODAYWe’re dedicated to providing you with the best health care possible. Our advanced technological capabilities and state-of-the-art equipment, combined with our passion for people, makes us the right choice for you and your family. With decades of experience and over 13 specialties and programs, SMA is the trusted name in health care in the Las Vegas Valley.
SERVICE. KNOWLEDGE. COMMITMENT. We have a long history of community service and philanthropy. Whether it’s in collaboration with the Boy Scouts of America, the College of Southern Nevada Foundation, the Human Rights Campaign, the March of Dimes and the United Way, or through our employees, we’re helping individuals, families and communities live healthier lives.
By giving our time, talents and financial resources, we hope to advance health, education and well-being.
Our Volunteer Program offers the opportunity to learn about the medical field or give back to the community while helping someone in need.
University of Nevada Las Vegas (UNLV) School of Nursing Grant will be used to fund two graduate fellowships in the Master of Nursing (MSN) program and two graduate fellowships in the Doctor of Nursing (Ph.D.) program.
Your family is special with its deep bonds and unique relationships. Facing a dramatic change – such as moving a loved one into assisted living or a nursing home – is an unsettling prospect for most people. Life Care Centers have helped families for decades to work through the difficult decisions about how best to care for their loved ones. We understand how trying it is to choose nursing home care for your loved one, and how most struggling caretakers feel there is no other choice.
That’s why we’re here.
We want those special members of your family to become equally special members of ours. We want to relieve the anxiety and frustration you may be experiencing by providing a nursing home community of constant support, attention and personalized care. Above all, we want to serve each person entrusted to us with compassion, dignity, purpose and respect.
That’s not just our goal. It’s our privilege.
At Life Care Centers of America, we take elderly care very seriously. That’s why we offer residents a wide range of living arrangements and amenities, services and care. From home assisted living to retirement living to nursing homes – and even campuses that offer all three in a continuum of care – Life Care has the experience, expertise, and dedication to provide a full scope of specialty services.
Whether your needs include Alzheimer’s care, in-home nursing care, rehabilitation or recovery help, or any of a number of other specialty services, Life Care will be there, with all the support, education, and commitment you and your loved one need.
Life can deliver some unexpected twists: accidents, sudden illnesses or emergency surgeries can happen when you least expect them. And in the aftermath of such events, your energy is focused primarily on recovery—trying to also find the best available resources for help can be pretty challenging.
At Life Care, we understand the intense desire to recuperate and get back to normal as quickly as possible. But serious illness or trauma can sometimes force you to relearn even basic functions. The struggle to regain those lost capabilities while still recovering is frustrating and often overwhelming.
That’s when our teams of experts can make an overwhelming difference. Our skilled therapy services can hasten your recovery, help return lost skills and bring back strength and mobility. Our caring professionals work tirelessly with our residents not only in physical areas, but also by constantly supporting and encouraging them emotionally.
We believe our residents are the extraordinary people who refuse to allow temporary setbacks or disabilities to affect them permanently. Their determination and effort become invaluable tools in the rehabilitation process.
And it is our greatest privilege to partner with them—or you, or your loved one—during recovery … and become your strongest advocates in the road to reclaiming total wellness.
Life Care Centers of America
The sun setting is no less beautiful that the sun rising.
Imagine living in a beautiful, peaceful environment, surrounded by friends and activities.
Caring for Life…
Since 1970, Life Care Centers of America has been providing unequaled nursing care and assisted living service. Our continuum of care campuses give our residents an individual care plan through various levels of care. But it\’s our commitment to quality and professionalism that makes us second to none.
Monthly SING Meetings are held the first Thursday of every month at our NEW location below:
Desert Canyon - HealthSouth
9175 W. Oquendo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89148
- Coffee and bagels will be served
- A time to show gratitude by thanking those who have sent you referrals
- Announcements around the room
- One minute commercials
- Open Discussion on topics of Self Empowerment
* When? The 1st Thursday of every month. Networking starts at: 8:00am | Meeting starts at: 8:30am