More than ever before, the subject of mental health is being broached from all angles. Poudre School District Integrated Service staff are wholeheartedly accepting the challenge of helping students live a healthy lifestyle. 501 more words
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Recently I was having breakfast at a little diner in Uptown with a fellow Social Worker—someone who I admire with a well-established career. I met her at a fundraiser and made a point of introducing myself so that we could reconnect again, and I was thrilled to be meeting her for an early breakfast before beginning my workday. 812 more words
“Human Trafficking: Seeking Justice” will be the topic of the 17th Annual Harry Specht Memorial Child Welfare Symposium, 8:30 a.m. to 2:15 p.m., April 29 at the University Dining Hall, hosted by the Title IV-E Child Welfare Program at Fresno State. 513 more words
REGINA — Saskatchewan’s ombudsman has been dealing with a big jump in public complaints.
Last year complaints were up 22 per cent compared to 2014, with many focusing on the quality of care in seniors long-term care homes and the province’s jails. 88 more words
The Ombudsman for Saskatchewan released her annual report on Thursday.
Mary McFadyen said her office, which helps ensure publicly-funded bodies like Crown corporations and health regions are delivering fair service, saw a 22-per-cent increase in complaints in 2015. 752 more words