Sussex Healthcare is an innovative network of senior living homes that also provides services to young adults who suffer from various neurological conditions. For the most part however, Sussex residents suffer from some form of dementia that affects regular brain activity. Sussex is constantly improving upon himself and has announced its plans for a new cutting edge gym with a host of equipment. For instance, the gym will feature stationary bikes, elliptical trainers, treadmills, and a pool among other things. Residents will also have access to a hot tub, which have been proven to reduce soreness in the joints and muscles.
Each of these effective machines can be modified to fit the needs of any resident. Not to mention, the resistance of an elliptical trainer can also be modified. Members of the Sussex Healthcare staff of trained specialists may customize certain aspects of each device to make them as safe as possible. The beauty of the elliptical trainer is that it will cause significantly less soreness and will not stress the joints like your standard treadmill.
Since Sussex Healthcare was established it has served as a place for those suffering from debilitating neurological conditions. It strives to make resident’s lives as enjoyable as possible. The company was officially certified by the International Organization for Standardization more than 15 years ago. Sussex Healthcare has built a reputation as one of the leading companies when it comes to providing specialized care. As of right now Sussex is a network of over 15 facilities.
Sussex Healthcare’s senior living homes are stand out because of their level of comfortability. Whether its the Clemsfold House, Forest Lodge, Horncastle House, or Kingsmead Care Centre residents will be able to feel at home. Each home has skilled nurses and staff on duty at all times as well.
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To become a hero is a desire each has but it requires courageous and noble acts which are most times dangerous and with a lot of adversity. Ronald Fowlkes currently the business development manager at Eagle Industries Unlimited firm is an American hero who has proved to be worth the title. At the firm Ronald Fowlkes is responsible for camouflage wear used by the law enforces, hence he should ensure that they are modern, powerful, rebounding and efficient a task easy for him having worked with law enforcement agencies in the country for thirteen years. Fowlkes heroism was shown by his diligent work in the United States military marine corps for four years which earned him two promotions on merit.
Of late Fowlkes lives a busy life since despite his position at the Eagle Industries Unlimited he communicates with the customers all over the United States. He has the responsibility of product education which includes training of sales representatives on how they should work. The quality product being the critical achievement of each company, Fowlkes is in charge of the selection of the appropriate product for the firm.
Fowlkes professional background makes him fit at Eagle Industries Unlimited, apart from those mentioned above, he worked in Iraq with the joint improvised explosive device defeat organization to mount and dismount attack operations in war-prone areas. In the United States military from his thirteen years’ experience, he fits an instructor during hostage rescue missions. Fowlkes also collects evidence in case of crimes as well as question the arrested criminals. During his practicing years, they dealt with over two hundred and fifty highly risky rescue missions which they maneuvered. Their free time was used to carry out private investigations in the neighboring violent countries.
Apart from his professional background and current working responsibilities, Fowlkes is an enthusiastic hockey fan and trainer. His passion for hockey can be expressed by in his articles which are majorly on hockey. His knowledge of the different type of play in hockey is evident since he shares an idea on the introduction of fighting tactic which not only changes the momentum of the game but also energizes the team. He gives the reason for the change and how that has affected hockey generally in the National Hockey League. Fowlkes is a trainer at Saint Louis Blues’ Triple-A team where his son plays ice hockey.
His love for his country is evident due to his involvement in law enforcing and participation at the Eagle Industries Unlimited, but this can further be extended in his task to make his nation a better place by mentoring kids. Through giving his stories, the kids understand that they can as well grow to be of significant impact to the society. The guidance he provides to the kid helps them to make informed decisions in future. The passion to mentor has resulted to him working with the First Spear organization which equips soldiers and peacekeepers. Fowlkes is indeed an American hero.
Austin, Texas aesthetic plastic surgeon Dr. Jennifer Walden was recently named one of Texas’ Super Doctors by a group of her peers. A down home and personable person at heart, Dr. Jennifer Walden pulled up stakes a few years back when her twin boys were mere babies to come back to her Texas roots. While she left behind a thriving business and many good friends, she thought it was the best decision she could make for her family.
Dr. Walden graduated from high school in Austin and went on to graduate from the University of Texas with a degree in Biology. After being waitlisted, she finally entered the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. After an externship in Miami, she landed in Manhattan. She continued to hone her skills under her mentor Dr. Sherill Aston. Today, she is considered among the best aesthetic plastic surgeons in the world.
As an aesthetic plastic surgeon, Dr. Walden performs a number of procedures including breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, vaginal rejuvenation, tummy tuck, liposuction and even Botox injections. The procedures can run anywhere from $5,000 to $12,000.
Dr. Walden admits she’s a rarity in the plastic surgery field. Actually, the field is dominated by men. Of the 8,100 board certified plastic surgeons in the U.S. less than 200 are women. And only 12 are in Texas. That’s a pretty daunting figure for women who want to go into plastic surgery.
According to Dr. Walden, the years of training needed to become a board certified plastic surgeon may be a turn off for some females. In most cases, you will have to delay starting a family because you have 5 more years of post medical school training and 1-2 year internship. Besides, the culture of plastic surgery is only beginning to warm up to women. “We still have a long way to go, be we’re getting there.”