Did you know Santa Reads Braille?

Braille Works logo with their tagline "Make the world a more readable place"

Santa's bag filled with presents with a snowy background and the text and braille, "Every child deserves a letter from Santa" with the hashtag #SantaReadsBraille and the Braille Works logo and contact information

Braille Works helps Santa send letters to children with visual impairments

TAMPA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — • Braille Works brings back "Santa Reads Braille"
• Parents can request a free letter from Santa for their child in an accessible format
• Submit requests through December 18, 2018

Braille Works, a national leader in accessible documents, is helping Santa spread cheer by reaching children who are blind or visually impaired. "Santa Reads Braille" provides a way for every child to feel included this season with a letter from the Big Man himself. Parents, caregivers and teachers can request a free "Santa Reads Braille" letter for a child with a visual impairment on Braille Works website through December 15, 2018.

"We love doing 'Santa Reads Braille,’" said Robert Sket, Braille Works’ CEO. "It’s an opportunity to share some of the magic of the season with young braille readers. It brings joy to the children in knowing that Santa understands them and they aren’t left out. They’re encouraged to know that Santa reads braille just like them."

Braille Works co-founders, Joyce and Lou Fioritto, believe that Christmas is a time of gratitude and a time to celebrate the birth of Christ. They also embrace the fun side of Christmas — Santa, his elves, flying reindeer, stockings hung by the chimney with care, and a host of other fun traditions that bring smiles and laughter to children around the world. In fulfilling their mission toward “Making the World a More Readable Place™”, they’ve come up with a way to give a ‘Letter from Santa’ to children who read braille.

“While most other children are able to read letters from Santa on their own, a child with a visual impairment normally has to rely on someone to read it to them,” Lou Fioritto shared. “What we’re doing here is allowing these children the ability to read this letter for themselves and enjoy the total experience. This is only one small thing to give children with visual impairments an accessible way to feel free.”

It’s Braille Works’ desire to bring a little Christmas wonder to children and give them an opportunity to hear from Santa. At the same time, letting them know that Santa reads braille is a great way to encourage them to develop their braille reading skills. Braille Works supports programs that promote braille literacy and this Christmas they’re helping Santa.

Contact Information: BrailleWorks.com | 800.258.7544
Glen Schubert, glen@brailleworks.com

About: Founded in 1994, Braille Works Int., Inc. is the nation's leading provider of alternative format documents in Braille, Large Print, Audio and Accessible PDF. They provide bank statements and notices; healthcare documents; restaurant menus and more to Government Agencies, National Banking Institutions, National Restaurant Chains and more. For more information, please contact Braille Works at 800-258-7544 or info@brailleworks.com.

Glen Schubert
Braille Works
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Comfort Keepers Fort Myers Client Celebrates Very Special 102nd Birthday

Comfort Keepers of Montgomery County, the Main Line and Delaware County.

Wishing Freda a very happy 102nd birthday!

Clients like Freda, who we create lasting bonds with, are the reason our job is so special and amazing!”

— Dawn Pudlin, CK Ft. Myers General Manager

FORT MYERS, FLORIDA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — +

Freda Rabinowitz has been a Comfort Keepers Fort Myers client since June 2013 and celebrated a very special birthday November 9, 2018, turning 102 years old. Comfort Keepers Fort Myers staff members and caregivers celebrated alongside Freda and her family for the very special occasion.

Freda and her late husband started care with Comfort Keepers 5 years ago from their SouthWest Florida home. Though Freda’s husband passed away four years ago, his wishes were for her to remain in their home under their family's and Comfort Keepers’ care.

“It is such an honor to serve Freda every day,” said Dawn Pudlin, Comfort Keepers Fort Myers general manager. “She truly is a light in all of our lives!”

Freda’s marriage of 72 years can best be described as something straight out of a love story. They raised beautiful children, and now, Freda’s grandchildren are very precious and dear parts of her life.

As a retired RN, Freda takes her health and well being very seriously. For many years, she took a daily walk every morning to deliver her neighbors their newspapers. Her healthy active lifestyle for those many years could very well be a contributing factor to her 102nd birthday celebration.

She also knows how to treat herself on occasion, giving in to her love of chocolate. For her big birthday celebration, Freda did just that indulging in the chocolate cake at her party.

Freda has an incredibly strong support system that keeps her going. Between her amazing family and the Comfort Keepers caregivers and staff, she has been able to remain independent in her own home while leading a safe life.

“We had such an amazing time celebrating Freda’s life,” Pudlin said. “Clients like Freda, who we create lasting bonds with, are the reason our job is so special and amazing!”

Comfort Keepers provides services that allow for loved ones to remain independent in their own homes while getting the care they need. Whether it’s for a few hours a day, or 24 hours a day, there is a service plan customized to fit a family's’ needs.

About Comfort Keepers Fort Myers:
Comfort Keepers Fort Myers is a leading provider of senior care services for elderly adults and their families in Fort Myers, FL, and the surrounding areas. We are an in-home care services agency, and our team of caregivers and health aides is dedicated to ensuring that your senior loved one leads the best quality of life from the comforts of his or her own home. We offer in-home care, respite care, dementia and Alzheimer's care, and many more. Call us today at 239-590-8999 for information about the services we provide and with any questions you may have.

This release was drafted by Results Driven Marketing, LLC: a full-service digital marketing, public relations, advertising and content marketing firm located in Philadelphia, PA.

Related Materials:

Elderly Home Care & Preparing for Colder Temperatures in Fort Myers, FL
https://fortmyers-131.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=124&date=2018-11-07&title=elderly-home-care–preparing-for-colder-temperatures-in-fort-myers-fl

How Can Home Care Change for Loved Ones Following a Stroke?
https://fortmyers-131.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=146&date=2018-10-24&title=how–can-home-care-change-for-loved-ones-following-a-stroke

Home Care Nutrition Tips: How to Prevent Malnutrition for Seniors
https://fortmyers-131.comfortkeepers.com/home/blog?article=145&date=2018-09-26&title=home-care-nutrition-tips-how-to-prevent-malnutrition-for-seniors

Dawn Pudlin
Comfort Keepers Fort Myers
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VictimsSpeakDB.org Data Infers Suicide Rates Among Victims of Clergy Sex Abuse Exceed 50 Times the General Population

Sinner Seeking Absolution from Clergy Sex Offender

Clergy Confessing His Sins in Vatican

Confession at the Vatican

Out of a possible 100,000 victims of Catholic clergy sex abuse in U.S., more than 725 will never be heard from again. These are suicides, not drug overdoses.

Victims of Catholic clergy sex abuse have a 50 times higher incidence of suicide than the general population. The bishops who covered up for clergy sex offenders seemed oblivious or indifferent.”

— G.R. Pafumi

SPRING VALLEY, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Since 1950, the number of victims of Catholic clergy sex abuse in the United States is estimated to be approximately 100,000. VictimsSpeakDB.org has identified over 6,600 of those victims. These victims have provided sufficient detail to be included in the SACADDAS (Survivor Accounts of Catholic Clergy Abuse, Denial, Accountability and Silence) database. Of those 6,600 victims, 48 have successfully committed suicide, most likely because of their abuse. Compared to the general population, the rate of suicide among Catholic clergy abuse victims is 50 times higher. Here is the data.

According to the CDC (Centers for Disease Control), 21 males and 6 females successfully commit suicide per 100,000 of population. Collectively, 13 people kill themselves per 100,000 of U.S. population. The CDC data is for the year 2016 and is age-adjusted to account for changes in the distribution of the population by age. This adjustment makes the data compatible with prior years when the age of the population was distributed differently. The CDC also identified victims who committed suicide at the age of 10 or older between 2014 and 2016. According to the CDC in this survey, 25 males and 7 females successfully commit suicide per 100,000 of population. Collectively, 15 people kill themselves per 100,000 of U.S. population.

Out of 6,600 victims included in the SACCADAS database, 44 male and 4 females purposely ended their lives. Extrapolating to 100,000 possible abuse victims in the United States suggests that more than 830 males and 300 females have already committed suicide or will commit suicide at some point in the future. Together this works out to 725 victims per 100,000 of population. Compared to CDC age-adjusted data for 2016, male clergy abuse victims are 39 times more likely to commit suicide than the general population, female clergy abuse victims 51 times more likely. Overall, all clergy victims are 54 times more likely. Compared to CDC data for 2014-2016 (of victims 10 years old or older), male clergy abuse victims are 34 times more likely to commit suicide than the general population, female clergy abuse victims 44 times more likely. Overall, all clergy abuse victims are 47 times more likely.

The comparison made by VictimsSpeakDB.org should be considered a rough estimate. It may be comparing apples and oranges. Recognize that most individuals in the United States are not victims of abuse or depression. It is to be expected that suicide rates would be low. Victims of Catholic clergy abuse, or abuse of any kind for that matter, would likely be more prone to use suicide as a way to escape their pain. In any event, the data strongly suggests that priests and other clergy who abuse victims, usually kids, place the victims at a substantially higher risk of suicide at some point. The period when suicides take place is widely distributed by year and age.

The 48 victims of suicide included in the SCCCADAS database resided in four countries. As previously noted, there were 44 male and 4 female suicides. The youngest suicides were 12 years old; three suicides. There was one suicide each for the ages 13, 14 and 15 years old. The oldest suicide was 63 years old. There was also one suicide for the age 56 and two for age 50. The earliest known suicide among victims included in the SACCADAS database occurred in 1971. The last suicide occurred in 2017. There were two suicides in 2017, one in 2016, and one in 2015. With all of the resources available to victims today to get them into therapy, it is most disconcerting that some victims still view suicide as the only option to end their pain.

The bishops who covered up for clergy sex offenders seemed oblivious or indifferent to the pain. Victims need therapy, not legal fights. The Church needs to stop fighting the victims and take ownership of the problems it created not only by the abuse, but also by the cover-up of that abuse. Denying victims therapy and/or restitution may lead to an early death, i.e. suicide. With an age range when victims committed suicide from as low as 12 to as old as 63, it is never too early or too late to get victims into therapy.

Most recently, the Archdiocese of Agana (Guam) announced it was filing for bankruptcy. It said it would not follow the Milwaukee approach. The Archdiocese of Milwaukee challenged the validity of each of the more than 570 claims on legal grounds. The Milwaukee bankruptcy took four years to complete. The victims got $15 million, their lawyers, $7 million. The Church spent $23 million on the litigation. That $15 million works out to about $26,000 per victim. A victim can’t buy a whole lot of therapy for $26,000. The Church in Milwaukee was dealing in bad faith with the victims. The $23 million it spent on litigation to defend itself makes my point. Had it just settled the matter, the victims could have gotten twice as much cash.

The Roman Catholic Church can no longer assert its moral authority. It has become an institution controlled by men who are intrinsically immoral. What happened in Milwaukee was immoral. The Church in Guam is using the bankruptcy process to circumvent a recent Guam law which eliminated the statute of limitations in civil cases. This is immoral, although perfectly legal. This is a Church acting in bad faith with victims. Perhaps it ought to consider the victims who killed themselves. How many more need to die before the Church acts responsibly? Cardinal Timothy Dolan spent $177 million on a facelift for St. Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City. He spent less than $60 million on his archdiocese’s Independent Reconciliation and Compensation Program. The 278 victims got a mere $215,000 each (before legal fees). This is a paltry sum for a lifetime of pain and certainly insufficient to a grieving parent who has had to bury a child after a suicide. Is the Church about monuments or people? Its historic record is not encouraging.

G.R. Pafumi
VictimsSpeakDB.org
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Tanya Nesterenko of The Executive Presence to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

KING CITY, ONTARIO, CANADA, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — If we don’t put energy into the culture we want in our organization, some sort of culture will take shape. To instill the culture we want, we need leaders to nurture a culture that supports growth, diversity, creativity and puts people before task while still achieving organizational results. A first step is building trust.

Success is achieved through building relationships and trust. All conversations have the potential to build trusting relationships. We can engage in conversations that will alienate our partners, or we can engage in conversations that will invite our partners to participate, co-create and build trust.

Tanya Nesterenko is the founder of The Executive Presence, where she supports and coaches individuals and teams to engage in conversational intelligence behaviours to have the optimal conversations for their intended impact.

“The Executive Presence is about making people who they're meant to be,” says Tanya. “Be your message.”

Communication is back and forth, expressive and receptive; it's giving information and receiving information. Communication intelligence is the ability to build rapport, to listen, to connect, and ask questions to co-create solutions.

“How can you be a leader for others if you're not leading yourself?” says Tanya. “Be Your Message” is about communicating your intended message in every interaction. If you can be your message, the way you show up will naturally engage people,” says Tanya. “If we make every interaction count, people will want to engage with us! When they show up to work, they actually really want to be there.”

Whether we're an organization of one or one in an organization of thousands, finding our purpose can help us identify who we are and how we can contribute, and enable us to connect as leaders. Tanya coaches leaders to help them find out who they are, understand and value their authenticity & strengths and then live those values with every interaction.

“Most people have never really been taught how to communicate. How to get our intended message across, how to get our needs met, how to refuse, how to ask for clarification, how to debate” says Tanya. What attracts the clients to the executive presence is that people are now realizing the power of communication and how communication is a change agent for relationship building and impact. Now that you realize that communication is like a super power, what do I do with it? How do I use it? How do I strengthen it or even change it so that I can have my intended impact?

My aspiration as a coach is to be the wizard behind the curtain, supporting others to make their own magic happen for themselves. I’m so honored to be able to empower and bring out the best in people.

CUTV News Radio will feature Tanya Nesterenko in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on November 15th at 11am EDT.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on The Executive Presence, visit www.theexecutivepresence.ca

Lou Ceparano
CUTV News
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Susan Schall PhD of SOS Consulting to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

FRONT ROYAL, VIRGINIA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — There are always two solutions to a problem: the correct solution and the right solution; the correct solution is the one theory and analysis tells us we should implement; the right solution is the one you can implement with and through people.

Susan Schall is the founder and operations leader of SOS Consulting, where she works with manufacturing leaders to maximize their leadership potential, improve organization performance and deliver unique value to customers.

Susan holds a PhD in industrial engineering, the engineers who bring in the people part of the equation.

“I've always focused on the right solution, valuing and respecting the people for the gifts and the knowledge that they bring to the table. The people who are in the process and who are doing the work are the experts,” says Susan. “My natural tendency is to think systemically and organize things in ways that other people can grasp, then I train people so that they can take it and run with it.”

Susan has over 30 years of experience in industries ranging from chemical manufacturing to higher education, resulting in over $250 million in savings and new business. Prior to consulting, Susan held a variety of technical and leadership roles at RR Donnelley, GE Lighting, DuPont and Kodak.

“Throughout my career I've worked with the big guys, the large companies,” says Susan. “The big guys have the resources already. They're on the edge of technology. “Small manufacturers are very much overlooked by other consulting groups, academia, our government agencies, economic development, but it’s the small manufacturers that are really the lifeblood of American business.

“When I decided to go out on my own, I realized I hadn't really seen any small manufacturers show up at my training or professional development activities,” recalls Susan, “As I continued to work with them and assess their systems, it became clear that they just didn't understand what I call the essentials of organizational health. They've been so overlooked that nobody was working with them.”

Today Susan specializes in working with small and medium-sized manufacturers to make them more competitive today and tomorrow.

“In small companies, many people are wearing multiple hats, so they don't have a lot of time to look at the big picture,” says Susan. “The focus has been so short-term and focused only the numbers, on the financials, that we lose sight of the bigger picture.”

If there’s a disconnect within an organization, the root cause, says Susan, always comes back to leadership.

“You assume people at the top of the organizations like each other and work well together, but sometimes that's far from the truth,” says Susan. “How can they make good decisions if they can't even talk to one another? A healthy leadership team is all on the same page, they know where they’re going, where they need to go and are committed to making the changes that they needed to make.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Susan Schall in an interview with Jim Masters on November 15th at 2pm EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information on SOS Consulting, visit www.execute2compete.com

Lou Ceparano
CUTV News
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Lonnie Liggitt of Horace Hopper’s Musical Adventures to be Featured on CUTV News Radio

ANCHORAGE, ALASKA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Remember the very first time you put your hand on a piano? It didn’t matter which notes you played, you were just amazed that it made a sound.

But something happens along the way for many music students. Too often the traditional focus on technique and theory robs children of their enthusiasm for musical expression before they can even begin. Learning an instrument, which should be a fun and creative experience, becomes just more homework.

All his life, Lonnie Liggitt has immersed himself in musical composition and performance as a pianist, organist and conductor. Today, Liggitt is the president of Horace Hopper's Musical Adventures, Inc. Horace Hopper offers children from pre-K to 6th grade incredible musical adventures for the keyboard or computer that they can use at home or in the classroom. With Horace Hopper, students are free to really explore what the piano can do; they are free express themselves, making music the profound experience it’s meant to be.

“As a child learning something new, you’re always playing somebody else’s music or ideas,” says Liggitt. “So from the very beginning I have the students start writing their own music.”

According to Liggitt, when you can pair music education with early childhood education, it’s one of the most effective ways to engage a child in the educational process, no matter what level of development they may be. Horace Hopper stimulates creativity and interest in children through musical painting, different languages, sampled drums and orchestral instruments.

“These fantastic young people, no matter what their race, or gender, or age, can start developing the idea of adventure in music,” says Liggitt. “It got me excited because the students got excited.”

Liggitt has been involved in research in early childhood education for 15 years. His work, funded through private foundations, state grants and with venture capital, investigates the relationship between his music applications and the communication skills of higher functioning autistic and Asperger's Syndrome diagnosed children.

“For the first time in my life, I feel like I am doing something I’d like to be remembered for,” says Liggitt. “I’ve performed in concerts all over Europe and in New York and universities, but it wasn’t until I discovered how you can help turn kids around, especially autistic kids. Music can be like traveling through outer space. It draws you in.”

CUTV News Radio will feature Lonnie Liggitt in an interview with Doug Llewelyn on Thursday November 29th at 1pm EST and with Jim Masters on November 15th at 1pm EST and Thursday December 13th at 1pm EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have a question for our guest, call (347) 996-3389.

For more information, visit http://www.horacehopper.com

Lou Ceparano
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Changing 3 Words of Dread to Optimism

3D illustration of Lungs

Wesley Baker - CEO ANCON Medical

Wesley Baker – CEO ANCON Medical

ANCON Team in Canterbury

“I’ve got cancer”. It’s the phrase that sends shivers down your spine. The one that happens to other people, not you.

The NBT device is very versatile. It can be used to screen for diseases such as cancer and later be reassigned to test for a range of other diseases when needed”

— Wesley Baker – CEO of ANCON Medical

BLOOMINGTON, MINNESOTA, USA, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — “I’ve got cancer”. It’s the phrase that sends shivers down your spine. The one that happens to other people, not you. Those 3 words that you pray you’ll never hear… or say. But when your loved one sits you down and plants it in front of you – so many questions jump to the foreground: What sort? How did you know? What can we do about it? And most provocatively – if we knew earlier, would it be a different story?

Lung cancer can grow silently, and predominantly the diagnosis comes after cancer has already spread. Most of the time when patients start having symptoms, like chest pain, weight loss or coughing up blood; the cancer is already in late stages. In the United States, lung cancer is the second most common cancer in both men and women but is the leading cause of cancer death. Each year, more people die of lung cancer than of colon, breast, and prostate cancers combined.

75% of people diagnosed at stage 1 will survive lung cancer. By stage 4, this drops to 5% of people. Unfortunately, at present only 14.5% of patients are diagnosed at stage 1, showing there is an urgent and growing need to improve early diagnosis of this life-changing disease.

Lung cancer is precisely the kind of disease where ANCON Medical advanced disease screening technology can be life-saving. With further funding for the Nanoparticle Biomarker Tagging (NBT) technology, medical providers will be able to screen for cancers, as well as a range of other diseases, simply by testing a patient’s breath. The results can alert doctors to the presence of cancer and the need for further diagnosis, leading to life-saving treatment that can stop cancer before it can progress.

The technology works by detecting breath specific “biomarkers,” which are DNA-protein controlled volatile organic compound (VOC) metabolites specific to diseases. Researchers have discovered biomarkers for more than 400 diseases, including lung and other cancers.

By using machine learning software in association with the NBT technology the device can hunt for these specific molecules, so that the disease can be diagnosed early, thereby increasing treatment options and survival probability. No technology on the market is as highly sensitive at detecting biomarkers as NBT, which can detect the fingerprints of the disease at concentrations as low as one ion in 10,000 cubic centimeters, giving the device a sensitivity that could be measured down to a single molecule.

“The NBT device is very versatile. It can be used to screen for diseases such as cancer and later be reassigned to test for a range of other diseases when needed,” says ANCON Medical’s CEO, Wesley Baker, who is a member of the Royal Society of Medicine. “Lung cancer, scleroderma, cervical cancer, the Flu virus, tuberculosis and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are just some of the diseases where known biomarkers have been discovered, and ANCON’s NBT can improve the speed of diagnosis.”

Further reading:
For more information on Ancon Medical’s NBT technology research, visit http://anconmedical.com/nbt-technology/.
For UK statistics on Lung Cancer, visit www.cancerresearchuk.org.
For more information on the American Cancer Society, visit https://www.cancer.org/cancer/lung-cancer.html.

Joanna Stephens
Ancon Medical
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Family Law attorney Janet Pittman Reed starts legal blog and commentary on Family Law matters to inform families in need

Janet P Reed North Carolina attorney

Janet P Reed North Carolina attorney

Attorney Janet Pittman Reed, North Carolina

Attorney Janet Pittman Reed, North Carolina

Blog of Janet Pittman Reed, NC Lawyer

Blog of Janet Pittman Reed, NC Lawyer

News Janet Pittman Reed Esq North Carolina

News Janet Pittman Reed Esq North Carolina

Website of Janet P Reed, Attorney in North Carolina

Website of Janet P Reed, Attorney in North Carolina

The Blog of Janet Reed, Esq. will focus primarily on Family and Domestic Relations Law, the publicly available information, and how the law is changing.

Law Office of Janet Pittman Reed (N/A:N/A)

many affected families do not know that the court system and non-profit organizations provides a lot of support. For example, the North Carolina Judicial Branch website has several videos that explain”

— Janet Reed, North Carolina lawyer

JACKSONVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA, UNITED STATES, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Law Office of Janet Pittman Reed announced today that principal attorney Janet Reed is setting up a new legal blog https://janetreedesq.blogspot.com/ which will focus primarily on Family and Domestic Relations Law, how to locate information, and how the law is changing.

“With all the sometimes confusing information regarding Family Law, I felt that I could help explain the important issues at hand to families in need” said Janet Pittman Reed. “I have more than a decade of experience working in this area, and can help people understand the issues before a dispute develops, and obtain initial information when they need legal help.”

Family law does not only encompass marriage, children, divorce, and marital assets, but also implicates tax and retirement issues. The procedures are very complex and hard to understand for a layperson.

Ms. Reed is planning to inform affected families so that they are better prepared for what awaits them in a family law proceeding, such as divorce or child custody.

Ms. Reed explains that she has noticed in her practice that “many affected families do not know that the court system and non-profit organizations provides a lot of support. For example, the North Carolina Judicial Branch website has several videos that explain family law proceedings, including a video on Family Court Orientation and a new video on Parent Education, Access and Visitation.”

This is based on Session Law 1999-237 House Bill 168 Section 17.16, which authorized the North Carolina Administrative Office of the Courts (NCAOC) to establish an educational program for parents who are parties to a custody or visitation action and to administer any parent education. These parent education programs make divorcing parents or parents living in separate homes aware of the needs of their children. The informative video that the court system provides, “The Most Important Job,” provides guidance for parents from professionals as well as from the child's perspective. Family courts provide this type of education locally according to their local rules. To accompany this video, the court system has published a handbook, The Most Important Job: Parenting Information for Families Living Apart (North Carolina Parent Education Handbook). Ms. Reed believes that such information should be provides more widely to lessen the stress and burden on families, and she will contribute to that.

Ms. Reed also explains that often multi-state issues are involved that make this field of law even more complex. “For example, family law is sometimes implicated in child custody cases when you have a spouse from a different State. When one parent takes the child to another State, or from another to North Carolina, this may result in a legal dispute as to in which State the child should live. Other areas of broader implications are marriages with spouses from different states, or where one spouse was married before.”

Janet Pittman Reed is planning to inform the public about such available information, procedures and developments so that any family law matter can proceed more smoothly and put less stress on the family and particularly children.

About Janet Pittman Reed

Janet P. Reed is an attorney in Jacksonville, North Carolina, and handles Family Law cases such as Divorce & Separation.

Website: https://janetreedlaw.com/
Blog: https://janetreedesq.blogspot.com/
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The Ritz-Carlton, Bali named Best Family Beach Resort in Asia.

The Ritz-Carlton, Bali has been honored with a prestigious World Luxury Hotel Award.

Family Bonfire by the beach

Endless fun at Ritz-Kids

Ritz Kids provides an educative activities for kids

The resort’s dramatic setting in the beautiful tourist enclave of Nusa Dua

It is always a thrill to be recognized in prestigious global awards and to win the Best Family Resort in the Region for two consecutive years at the World Luxury Hotel Awards.”

— Karim Tayach

NUSA DUA, BALI, INDONESIA, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Once again, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali has been honored with a prestigious World Luxury Hotel Award. The acclaimed beachfront luxury resort in Bali was named as the Best Family Resort in the Region at a gala event in Bali on 10th November 2018.

“It is always a thrill to be recognized in prestigious global awards and to win the Best Family Resort in the Region for two consecutive years at the World Luxury Hotel Awards is quite an accomplishment and one for which we are exceedingly proud. The Ritz-Carlton, Bali believes in creating unforgettable memories for its guests, including children and it is with great pleasure that we welcome families to the resort. Here they can enjoy a vast array of family-oriented activities and experiences, including luxurious stays in our spacious private pool villas and suites,” says General Manager Karim Tayach.

Established in 2006, The World Luxury Hotel Awards are the pinnacle of achievement in the high-end hotel market, offering international recognition to hotels around the globe, as voted for by guests, travelers and industry players. Over 300,000 international travelers make their selection each year.

Ritz Kids provides an atmospheric clubhouse and swimming pool and offers inspired and educational activities for kids of all ages, from Night Safaris, to Little Fisherman, to being a Little Mermaid for the day. Family-oriented activities include beachfront cinema under the stars, kite flying and participation in the Turtle Conservation program. As well as luxurious accommodation with ample space for the whole family to spread out, the ocean front swimming pool and white sandy beach is a natural magnet for fun family vacations.

This award winning best hotel in Bali offers guests a 5-star luxury experience with the aim of creating the vacation or business experience of a lifetime. Guests discover supreme luxury in space, location and facilities as well as a highly attentive personalized service from the Ladies and Gentlemen. The resort’s dramatic setting in the beautiful tourist enclave of Nusa Dua incorporates, lush tropical gardens and a beachfront of dazzling white sand. Guest can enjoy sublime dining experiences and revel in the luxury of superb lagoon access suites and best villas in Bali. A dedicated concierge provides inspirational itineraries for those who wish to explore the sights and sounds of the island, while a plethora of activities are offered within the resort, from health and wellbeing pursuits, to Balinese inspired Soul Purification rituals, to non-motorized water sports. The resort also makes an inspired choice for meetings and conferences in Bali, while its romantic beachfront setting and choice of elegant venues create a dreamy setting for destination weddings.

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About The Ritz-Carlton, Bali.
Located on a stunning beachfront combining with a dramatic clifftop setting, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali is a luxurious resort offering an elegant tropical ambience. Featuring tranquil views over the azure waters of the Indian Ocean the resort has 279 spacious suites and 34 expansive villas, providing the sheerest of contemporary Balinese luxury. Along the foreshore are The Ritz-Carlton Club®, six stylish dining venues, an indulgent and exotic marine-inspired Spa, and fun, recreational activities for children of all ages at Ritz Kids.  A glamorous beachfront wedding chapel, makes an idyllic setting for destination weddings, while a range of outdoor event venues and extravagant spaces provide the perfect scene for celebratory events and wedding reception in Bali. Well-appointed conference venues, luxurious meeting spaces, customizable residential packages and experienced organizers also entice those looking to create inspired MICE Tourism events in Bali. Whether work, pleasure or romance is on the agenda, The Ritz-Carlton, Bali is the place to make memories that last a lifetime. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, Youtube, LinkedIn.

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Das The Ritz-Carlton, Bali wurde zum “Best Family Beach Resort in Asia” ernannt

Das Ritz-Carlton Bali wurde mit dem renommierten World Luxury Hotel Award ausgezeichnet.

Familienfeuer am Strand

Endloser Spaß bei Ritz-Kids

Ritz Kids bietet Bildungsaktivitäten für Kinder an

Die dramatische Kulisse des Resorts liegt in der schönen touristischen Enklave Nusa Dua

Es ist immer purer Nervenkitzel, bei renommierten globalen Preisen ausgezeichnet zu werden den World Luxury Hotel Awards.”

— Karim Tayach

NUSA DUA, BALI, INDONESIA, November 13, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — Das The Ritz-Carlton, Bali wurde erneut mit einem renommierten World Luxury Hotel Award ausgezeichnet. Das renommierte Strandresort auf Bali wurde am 10. November 2018 bei einer Galaveranstaltung in Bali als bestes Familienresort der Region ausgezeichnet.

Es ist immer purer Nervenkitzel, bei renommierten globalen Preisen ausgezeichnet zu werden. Das Best Family Resort der Region für zwei aufeinanderfolgende Jahre bei den World Luxury Hotel Awards zu gewinnen, ist eine Leistung, auf die wir äußerst stolz sind. Das The Ritz-Carlton, Bali, glaubt daran, einzigartige Erinnerungen für seine Großen und kleinen Gäste zu schaffen, und es ist uns eine große Freude, Familien im Resort willkommen zu heißen. Sie können hier eine Vielzahl von familienorientierten Aktivitäten und Angeboten genießen, einschließlich luxuriöser Aufenthalte in unseren geräumigen privaten Poolvillen und Suiten “, so General Manager Karim Tayach.

Die World Luxury Hotel Awards wurden im Jahr 2006 ins Leben gerufen und sind der Höhepunkt der Errungenschaften auf dem High-End-Hotelmarkt. Sie bieten Hotels auf der ganzen Welt internationale Anerkennung und werden von Gästen, Reisenden und Branchenakteuren gewählt. Über 300.000 international Reisende treffen jedes Jahr ihre Auswahl.

Ritz Kids verfügt über ein stimmungsvolles Clubhaus sowie Swimming-Pool und bietet inspirierende und lehrreiche Aktivitäten für Kinder jeden Alters, von der „Nacht Safari“ über „Kleiner Fischer“ bis hin zu einem „kleine Meerjungfrau“ Erlebnis für den Tag. Familienorientierte Aktivitäten umfassen Strandkino unter den Sternen, Drachenfliegen und die Teilnahme am Turtle Conservation-Programm. Neben luxuriösen Unterkünften mit viel Platz für die ganze Familie ist der Swimmingpool am Meer und der weiße Sandstrand ein natürlicher Anziehungspunkt für einen unterhaltsamen Familienurlaub.

Dieses preisgekröntes Hotel auf Bali bietet seinen Gästen ein luxuriöses 5-Sterne-Erlebnis mit dem Ziel, den Urlaub oder das Geschäftserlebnis Ihres Lebens zu gestalten. Die Gäste entdecken höchsten Luxus in Bezug auf Raum, Lage und Einrichtungen sowie einen sehr aufmerksamen, persönlichen Service der Damen und Herren des Resorts. Die spektakuläre Lage in der schönen touristischen Enklave von Nusa Dua umfasst üppige tropische Gärten und einen Strand mit strahlend weißem Sand. Die Gäste können erstklassige kulinarische Erlebnisse genießen und den Luxus der Suiten mit Zugang zur Lagune und den besten Villen auf Bali genießen. Ein engagierter Concierge bietet inspirierende Routen für diejenigen, die Sehenswürdigkeiten und Klänge der Insel erkunden möchten. Im Resort werden zahlreiche Aktivitäten angeboten, von Gesundheits- und Wellnessangeboten über balinesische Seelen-Reinigungs-Rituale bis zu nicht motorisierten Wassersportarten. Das Resort ist auch eine ideale Wahl für Meetings und Konferenzen auf Bali, während die romantische Strandlage und die Auswahl an eleganten Räumlichkeiten eine verträumte Umgebung für Hochzeiten auf Reisezielen bilden.

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Über das The Ritz-Carlton, Bali.

In elegant tropischem Ambiente begrüßt das The Ritz-Carlton, Bali mit atemberaubender Kulisse der Felsklippen und des weißen Sandstrandes seine Gäste. Ob Familien- oder Businessaufenthalt, der beruhigende Blick auf das azurblaue Wasser des indischen Ozeans lässt alle Gäste des Resorts in den 279 geräumig und üppig gestalteten Suiten und 34 Villen in luxuriösem zeitgenössischen balinesischen Ambiente entspannen. Entlang des Meeresufers liegt der The Ritz-Carlton Club®, sowie sechs moderne Speiselokale, ein exotisch und maritim inspirierter Wellnessbereich und viel Spiel und Spaß im Ritz Kids Club für Kinder jeden Alters. Die direkt am Strand gelegene glamouröse Kapelle ist der perfekte Ort für wunderschöne Eheschließung und eine große Gartenanlage bietet Platz für private Feierlichkeiten und Hochzeiten auf Bali. Voll ausgestattete Konferenzräumlichkeiten, luxuriöse Tagungs-Venues und individuelle Pauschalangebote, von unseren erfahrenen Event-Planern zusammengestellt, die gerne für Sie auch MICE für die Tourismus Branche auf Bali organisieren. Sei es eine Konferenz, Urlaub oder Flitterwochen, das The Ritz-Carlton, Bali ist der perfekte Ort, um Ihren Aufenthalt unvergesslich zu machen. Folgen Sie uns auf Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube und LinkedIn.

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