1/. we identify the risk factors for heart attack and stroke
2/. screen SIGNS & SYMPTOMS thoroughly
3/.compare the BEST programs available
4/. we line up facilities, equipment and personnel
5/. articulate step by step both what to do and what not to do and how to do it in each of seven (7) categories as follows:
3). stress busting routines to choose from
4). relaxing and refreshing sleep
5). review medications
* Dr David Spence of Western has said that intensive medical therapy is a much safer way to prevent strokes caused by clots than either surgery or stenting.
6). resolve all codependency issues
7). build strong positive relationships
8), 9) and 10) later dig deeper and fine tune any still remaining physical, emotional and spiritual issues ( ) [ ] < >
Results will vary from disappointing to spectacular and the success from zero to 100%.
l: Interested Communities may want to search for > stroke prevention in Ontario.
select > http://www.strokenetworkseo/about stroke prevclin
There are currently four stroke prevention clinics in South eastern Ontario located in Kingston, Brockville, Perth and Belleville.
ll: Employers will want to review > successful business strategies to prevent heart attack and stroke.
select > http://www.cdc.gov/dhdsp/pubs/employers_toolkit.htm and view the presentation.
lll: AT this early stage in this evolving process individuals and small groups are pretty much on their own, BUT my hope is that, God willing, I will play a leadership role and will facilitate individuals and small groups gaining easy and hassle free access to cutting edge self help information and services through a number of actions such as:
* gather and collect information on topics at random as the opportunity presents itself
* build a website past70.com or some similar name to cater to seniors and elders
* go VOKLE
* percolate and circulate and demonstrate > troubleshoot >problem solve > public speak > fund raise for a small model facility > teach > share what’s there > search the internet > ASK > investigate > promote the aging in place and livability technology >
How are these programs new and different and why are they so much better?
The content is comprehensive and as thorough as is needed.
Be empowered, restored, energized, renewed and more.