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Jennifer Cece July 18, 2012 at 11:08 pm
Thanks James so much for this wonderful article. We are always looking for volunteers. If you areRead More interested please email us at compassion@peace4paws.org. Thanks!
resident May 24, 2012 at 01:46 pm
Yes, thank you chris and Lucie. Great job. We walk through that path almost daily and looks muchRead More nicer! Hrbek's comment is way out of line. residents are always pitching in. I myself have raked fields, assisted in building the playground at washington school, and assisted in building dugouts. Have also cleaned up the town in conjunction with the boy scouts. What residents are asking is that the town officials take notice of the unsightly areas in town and have a to do list for the road department. They should take the initiative to clean up the town as I believe that is part of their responsibilities. Hrbek needs to stop assessing and gathering information and start making decisions.
Debra Gehringer May 24, 2012 at 05:23 pm
Would be nice if people took responsibility for their own stuff and stopped being so lazy! My 10Read More year old shouldn't have to clean up their garbage because some don't care about their surroundings
Jeffrey Tammen May 24, 2012 at 05:40 pm
You guys rock need more residents who are willing to help out and clean our town up. And yes you areRead More right people should be more responsible maybe town could leave garbage can chained to pole and check on it once a week . Great job again
rozette May 2, 2012 at 11:25 am
Where is it located what is the exact address?
James Leggate May 2, 2012 at 12:41 pm
105 Fairview Ave.
Cristine Smith September 29, 2012 at 02:21 pm
My father was recently placed under the care of Hospice of Bergen County. My father is someone whoRead More has never had a trust of doctors, hospitals or prescribed medications. He has always managed his own care and made his own decisions. I would say he could be labeled stubborn or non conforming, but that is his right. My concern with Hospice is that my father does not want to take the "comfort meds" that have been placed in his home. Although he was told that he did not have to take any medication that he didn't want, he keeps asking when the hospice nurse is going to take them away. He is aware that the prescription is being refilled and the syringes with medication are being used. I am a very strong patient advocate and whether my father's fear of medication is real or imaginery he has said ... "NO". American Journal of Nursing has a simple list called " A Dying Patient's Bill of Rights". A patient has the right to make decisions that concern their care. A patient has the right to not be deceived. The patient has the right to die with dignity knowing that these rights are being met. Individualzed patient care is important and the standard hospice "comfort meds" may not apply to all patients. My father would benefit from not having the anxiety of having these meds in his house. Would not a simple "discontinue" order resolve this issue? Remove the meds. As the situation changes, perhaps the "comfort meds" will be requested.
mitch baum March 27, 2012 at 11:49 pm
Thanks to everyone at UNICO for helping to support children with Autism, and thanks to the WestwoodRead More PAtch for the great photos.
helena cohen March 28, 2012 at 10:27 am
These are wonderful pictures.
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