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Vegas PBS-Updated Programs

Effective last November- Vegas PBS brings a brand new children’s programming schedule for the kiddos in your life!

-6:00 am: Clifford the Big Red Dog
-6:30 am: Arthur
-7:00 am: Wild Kratts
-7:30 am: Ready Jet Go!
-8:00 am: Nature Cat
-8:30 am: Curious George
-9:00 am: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood
-9:30 am: Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood

and happening at 10:00 am a fresh new trending animation series “Splash and Bubbles” an underwater adventure journeying throughout the oceans habitats! If you’re not present to catch the 10:00 am showing, rest assured there’ll be another showing happening daily at 2:00 pm-perfect for the after day-care decompression! More Info? Call (702) 799-1010 or visit VegasPBS.org

By on February 9, 2018 in Resources, What to Expect, Who We Are

Rockin for Autism

Happening March 1st from 8:00 pm-11:59 pm at 601 Fremont st. Las Vegas, NV 89101 ‘Rockin for Autism’ an event where multiple bands take the stage in an effort to raise awareness for this amazing cause! 21 years and older of course and please bring a minimum of $10 to benefit those who need it most.

 Looking for more info? Check out their event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/141923976495015/

 

By on February 8, 2018 in General, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

Military Job Fair

 

Attention Veterans, members of the national guard or reserves and their families-coming up on the 28th of this month is “Work for Warriors” Nevada & Vegas PBS Military Job Fair! Make sure to spiff yourself up in proper business attire and come prepared with the an up to date resume.

Pre-Scheduling a sit down with a Work for Warriors Nevada consultant is highly recommended as their guidance may provide you more means to achieve in the career field you’re longing for. From 11 am-2 pm-3050 E. Flamingo Rd. Las Vegas, NV 89121 see the possibilities available to you and your future: https://www.facebook.com/events/407505653034602/

By on February 7, 2018 in General, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

National Senior Independence Month!

 

As some of you may already be aware, February brings a whole new meaning to Senior Independence. To raise awareness, we thought it could be a good idea to create a checklist for the loved ones in your life.

1) Stock It Up: Life is packed-full of unexpected situations so be sure to prepare for them (as much as possible) and keep plenty of canned goods and prescription medication on hand in cases of bad weather or if the power goes out.

2) Aid Railings: these can be helpful in many situations, anywhere from bathroom “grab bars” to railings beside the staircase.

3) Keep up with the Jones’s: although losing weight isn’t always going to be at the top of your priority list, staying active should be. Take a tip from your neighbor Betty, those morning workouts are a sure way to keep your health in check as well as your physique.

4) What’s up Doc?: make sure that you are scheduling quarterly checkups with your Primary Care Physician good health starts with a reliable system of monitoring.

5) Stay Engaged: stay up to date and in the loop with what’s happening in your social circles as well as your family life. Having a social outlet becomes largely important, especially in later years when you find yourself lacking common connections.

6)Let the Light In: It’s a great suggestion to stock your residence with night lights, in the hallways and anywhere else you may want well lit.

7) Reducing the Risk: eliminate the clutter on your floor, and around your house, safeguard your environment to avoid any sudden slips or trips.

We hope some of these tips help to provide your loved ones the means to achieve maximum independence in their home. Swim for the sun in more ways than one, retain your independence.

By on February 5, 2018 in Cognitive Therapies, General, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are

Nevada Recovery Project

Going by The Centers for Disease control and Prevention, the overdose rate in 2010 in Nevada was 20.7 per 100,000 people.  Not only does that put Nevada on the map as one of the most notorious states for death due to overdose- we’re rated 4th highest in the country.
See how you’re able to support the Nevada Recovery Project and aim to promote and enhance mental health and addiction in our community: ForRecovery.org/NevadaRecoveryNetworkProject
By on February 2, 2018 in General, Resources, Uncategorized, What to Expect, Who We Are