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COMMUNITY HEALTH CENTERS insurance . Includes a glossary of terms . Published by McGraw - Hill Company , Princeton Road , Hightstown , NJ 08520 Policy Wise : A Practical Guide to Insurance Decisions for Older Consumers , ' by Nancy ...
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Thinking about moving to Chicago? What should you know about moving to Chicago? How do you get around? How do you find a place to live in Chicago? Where should you go, what should you do, and how do you meet people? Most of the people who live in Chicago have achieved promising careers, incredible friends, and incomparable life experiences. But this life was only attained after an initial period of learning to live in Chicago – where times were difficult, bewildering, and lonely. Starting a new life in an unfamiliar place isn’t easy and it can take years of trial and error to find your place in it – meanwhile your life is passing you by. That’s why this book was written for people moving to Chicago. “New in Town Chicago” is the resourceful, streetwise, savvy new resident’s guide to moving in, getting around, and building a new life in the Windy City. What you really ought to know about moving to Chicago to navigate through the minefield of financial pitfalls, social foibles, and lurking dangers that befall the thousands of new residents moving to Chicago each year. New in Town Chicago is not a reference book, address book, or yellow pages for people who live in Chicago. Here on the Internet, that information is just a click away. It is also not a review book or Zagat’s Guide giving ratings to restaurants, bars, and attractions in Chicago. Who needs another person’s subjective opinion when you can discover on your own the best stuff to do in Chicago? “New in Town Chicago” is a straight, honest, non-textbook, concise guide to take you – the fresh and naive new-in-towner – through the steps of moving to Chicago, getting acclimated with the city, building your new life here, and ultimately finding your unique place as an official resident in this sprawling cultural milieu. What you will learn about moving to Chicago * How to find an apartment in Chicago by visiting the Chicago neighborhoods that are safe, convenient, and offer the best experience for you. * Navigate the Chicago streets without getting lost, and travel from point A to point B on the Chicago CTA * Save money and avoid the costly mistakes that new residents moving to Chicago often make * How to find the people and places that interest you (from Chicago theater to Chicago street fests) and build a social life * Master the weather while you live in Chicago and experience the best of the city in the spring, summer, fall, and even winter. WARNING! New people moving to Chicago make frequent mistakes that lead to suffering, humiliation, and emotional and financial ruin. The warnings in this book will identify them for you and show you how to carefully step over these common pitfalls. SECRETS! Insider tips and tricks scooped directly from the brains of people who live in Chicago and have been around the L more than a few times and learned a thing or two. We’ve culled for the handiest and most pragmatic crackerjack counsel so you can save money, find convenience, and experience the best of the city. A Great Gift for anyone moving to Chicago! “New in Town Chicago” makes a great gift for a college graduate, son, daughter, friend, or relative that is moving to Chicago or anyone just thinking about moving to Chicago.
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Schizophrenia and bipolar disorder together affect 65 million people worldwide. A first-hand account, Life After Psychosis will help those who have survived psychosis, their families, and mental health professionals better understand psychotic illness and how one can recover. All aspects of life with a psychotic illness are addressed, including: • Medication • Financial issues • Work • Relationships • Stigma It is possible to enjoy life after psychosis. Understanding, knowledge, professional help, and support during and after recovery will help those who suffer from a psychotic illness and aid them on their journey to wellness. This book provides hope, encouragement, and a companion on that journey.
A Self Help Guide to Getting Your Life Back on Track After Enduring Psychosis Peter Melnyk ... are not medicated and therefore extremely difficult to deal with if they live with someone else, or are left on the street with a sick mind.
Author: Peter Melnyk
Approximately 600 books and other monographic titles intended for the use of professional personnel in planning educational programs. Topical arrangement. Each entry gives description, audience, order information, summary, and evaluation. Subject, title indexes.
General practitioners , gynecologists , and health professionals as a handout for patients and young adults . ... PRIMARY AUDIENCE : Young women of childbearing age EXCERPTS : Being tough doesn't mean you have to be hard , or brittle ...
Author: Mental Health Materials Center (U.S.)
Category: Family life education
This updated handbook provides reliable guidance on what to do next and offers practical, no-frills advice about what to do to counter the day-to-day challenges and outright calamities that make up the first-line leader’s work life. Perhaps even more important, it offers time-proven recommendations on how to prevent a bothersome situation from escalating into crisis proportions in the first place. It will prove equally useful to the veteran, novice or future law enforcement supervisor. Its sound advice will help him retain his emotional as well as physical and moral health in a real-world environment that seems to become more challenging every day. It will help him to lead and bring his people to share his practices and beliefs in doing a very critical job the right way. Just as it should be, the handbook is short on theory and long on “how to” advice. It is literally a resource that the supervisor can tuck into an equipment bag or otherwise keep close at hand. It likewise will aid him in carrying out the very practical tasks of communicating effectively; evaluating employee performance, correcting inappropriate behavior and helping his officers survive both on the street and in the police organization. A new chapter has been added on the topic of how to lead successfully during the current, very challenging environment for law enforcement, entitled “How to Lead During Challenging Times.” Summary boxes have been interspersed throughout the text that emphasize important points for police leaders to remember. Meanwhile, the handbook will assist the law enforcement leader in working well with his own boss and planning his own career. There is no job description in the world quite like that of first-line law enforcement boss. The job is as unique as it is difficult and vital to the success of any successful police organization. This book will help them become even better at their very important job.
If you want your officers to continue to follow the best practices for safety that you have taught them, you must be prepared at all times to explain and ... You must always look out for your officers' emotional and mental good health.
Author: Gerald W. Garner
Publisher: Charles C Thomas Publisher
This book provides a critical analysis of ways in which risk assessment and management are defined and applied in policy, theory and practice in relation to children and young people. It explores the complexities of balancing responsibility for protecting the young with the benefits of risk-taking and the need to allow experimentation.
A Department of Health Good Practice Guide issued in 1995 (DH/SSI, 1995) stated that asylum seekers should be ... them with suspicion and at best assuming them 'to be too “street wise” to need “looking after”' (Morris, 2003, p40).
Author: Thom, Betsy
Publisher: Policy Press
Category: Political Science
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A completely revised and updated edition of an investing classic to help readers make sense of investing today, full of “solid information and advice for individual investors” (The Washington Post). Today, anyone can be an informed investor, and once you learn to tune out the hype and focus on meaningful factors, you can beat the Street. The Motley Fool Investment Guide, completely revised and updated with clear and witty explanations, deciphers all the current information—from evaluating individual stocks to creating a diverse investment portfolio. David and Tom Gardner have investing ideas for you, no matter how much time or money you have. This new edition of The Motley Fool Investment Guide is designed for today’s investor, sophisticate and novice alike, with the latest information on: —Finding high-growth stocks that will beat the market over the long term —Identifying volatile young companies that traditional valuation measures may miss —Using online sources to locate untapped wellsprings of vital information The Motley Fool rose to fame in the 1990s, based on its early recommendations of stocks such as Amazon.com, PayPal, eBay, and Starbucks. Now this revised edition is tailored to help investors tackle today’s market. “If you’ve been looking for a basic book on investing in the stock market, this is it...The Gardners help empower the amateur investor with tools and strategies to beat the pros” (Chicago Tribune).
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Author: Tom Gardner
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
Category: Business & Economics
Author: Arthur James Wells
Category: Bibliography, National