18 Burst results for "Care Assistant"
"care assistant" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"One of my favorite movies of all time is knotting Hill and you guys laugh at me because I'm I love that movie and apparently Hugh Grant Yes, he was kidding. But he says that you'd like to start a sequel to the 99 film Notting Hill With Julia Roberts to show what happens after the romance is over. I would like to do a sequel to one of my own romantic comedies that shows what happened. After those films ended. It's really to prove the terrible live. They will were that it was a happy ending. I'd like to do me and Julia in the hideous divorce that ensued. It's really expensive lawyers and Children involved in tug of love. Lots of cheers. Wow, psychologically scarred forever because you slept with a prostitute on the All right Rufe, that memory all right, that memory of yours. I? I love that movie. I really do. Maybe it's because there's part of me that hopes that something in my travel bookstore Ah, famous person like Anna Kendrick will walk in. And I wanna be a girl standing in front of a boy asking him to love her, You know? Hopeless, romantic love it does that. Does that surprise you guys to know that I'm deep down inside? I'm a sappy, hopeless romantic. No, I love that. Doesn't think I was surprised because I would think that was the pressure. Most people, but I guess not. I was reading about last night. This woman she is a nursing student. Um, she apparently was working in a hospital as a patient care assistant until she said at least two dozen nurses caught the coronavirus. The hospital change staffing. She was left without a job. So here's a woman caring for people with Corona virus. Then she's jobless without a paycheck and bills to pay. She decided to open an account on Lee fans really know, and now she's making a whole bunch of money with an alias and a blindfold. Because she doesn't feel like she even has a choice. And it's crazy to me that you know somebody with those skills is not able torto, especially right now, but nonetheless, um, you know, the story goes into like Sort of the psychological effect this has had and how she didn't really want to do it. But now she's making so much money that it's hard to justify guess going back to two doing every, you know, doing a normal job because you do this. You make a bunch of money. But then there's the stick much as to win the whole thing on got me thinking. Like what? What was my hustle, like? Like, what did I have to do? I never had to have an only fans. I am, but I'm not opposed to it. If anybody would watch it, I would do it only fans, but nobody would watch it. I don't think And the other thing is what I'm like 70..
Michele Mouton, Queen B of Group B
"Yeah. So today we're discussing Michelle. mouton. A woman. We've this is this the first time we've discussed a woman on the show. This might be the first episode dedicated to a lady. which is a bit embarrassing. I would say so yeah. But no better woman to start off this trend with and Michelle. She is easily one of the best rally drivers ever. She's a beast. So I'm really stoked that we can tell the story even if it took us a little while to get to it, that's on us but but it's interesting because motorsport is really one of the sports where women and men compete against each other as true like she's not the best. Female driver ever. She's one of the best rally drivers at. Yeah. Regardless of gender she's one of the greatest. and honestly like just watching a video of her rally driving makes me sweat. Over, yeah she's like she's the person who when we talk about. Like rally cars now are all-wheel-drive. Wheel drive. But when Audi showed up with quattro and just started smoking everybody that was Michelle. Meantime that was young Mouton Bay. mouton on the track. Yeah I mean. To your point James like drag racing of course is or was kind of dominated by women at one point all the force sisters were just tearing it up. There's really no reason. For it to be separated by gender in in Motor Sport Really of course right now there's the there's the W. series, which is a like a women's open-wheel series. At I think that's more for them to kind of get exposure and it proved themselves in like a formula car but I'm looking forward to seeing some of those drivers come up in the formula. One. Soon hopefully, it would just make it more interesting for crying out loud if nothing else I agree let's get into it a. all right. Let's fired up. All Right Michelle Mouton entered this world on June twenty third nineteen, fifty one in the French Riviera more specifically the idyllic town of grass cross grass Ross. The Idyllic town of Gross France, the perfume capital of the world grassi surrounded by fields of aromatic flowers and home to Francis. Oldest perfumery GALLIMARD. Look I'm friend by far French is the language that I have the hardest time pronouncing both words and names I apologize profusely to anyone with a modicum of sense of how to pronounce stuff I. Think you're doing great. I think I think here like right there. Thank you, Joe, unlike many drivers whose family have a history in the sport returns family made a living growing roses and jasmine for the perfume industry mouton spent her youth skiing doing ballet and excelling in school. But just beyond the flower fields sat the mountain. Stages used for local rallies and wouldn't be long before the engine notes trickling down into the valley beckoned to Michelle mcgann discovered her love of cars at fourteen years old when she would steal her father. Pierre's Citron to seavy and take it out for joyrides. Quote for me at the time a car always meant freedom and independence she said but driving wasn't something she could possibly see a future in it for anyone to envision that path for mere enjoyment to making something your life's purpose but you could argue this especially from. Models for women on the racing stage were few and far between. So after graduating high school Bhutan took up odd jobs working as a ski instructor, a Care Assistant in a home for the disabled and eventually at her father's insurance company until she began studying to be a lawyer but something unexpected would quickly put an end to that career path her entry into a competitive rock and roll dance contest.
"care assistant" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Jersey, especially when Cove it focused alight on care, or sometimes lack thereof in nursing homes. How can we make sure the older people in our lives have the help they need? Grace Bulge. Eric is co founder and CEO of AL O Care Health. I've been a caregiver for 10 plus years. I'm also a father of three young Children. I'm an only child. I love my parents that they've done so much for me to get where I am today, and it was really hard to not be able to get back the way we want to enter Al O Care Health, the world's first voice activated digital care assistant for remote caregivers and independent elders told it That the eyes of the world of how challenging caregiving is technology has to play a huge part of it. The entire interview at WCBS 80 dot com slash health. I'm Pat Foreign Act, WCBS news, radio 80 or football point spread. Players. Please listen to me closely. It's Monday night, Guys. I had tremendous, tremendous handicapping weekend and astounding eight and one tonight's going to be incredible to games tonight in the pros. Pittsburgh playing New York and Tennessee playing Denver and it's on my free recording comp line. All you have to do is dial 1 808 852525 again. That's 1 888 52525. You'll be connected to my free recorded comp line. We will go to a No, It is absolutely free and on me, there's no sales pitches. There's no hype 36 years in the business. I know how to make people money once again to win over this evening. Being absolutely free Pittsburgh.
"care assistant" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Barely 335 points higher right now in New York's newest super tower, is making its debut there, cutting the ribbon at one Vanderbilt at more than 1400 ft. It's nearly 200 ft, taller than the Empire State Building. SL Green Realty began buying the real estate around grand Central for their building. 21 years ago. Ultraviolet light, they say, will be sanitizing the building's airflow and tenants can use a touchless app toe. Open doors to get in. And part of the project includes a new link from the Long Island Railroad at Grand Central to the 45 and six trains. 11 21, WCBS news time and here's pad. When you grow older, I'm pet Far neck with a WCBS health wellbeing report sponsored by Valley Health System, enhancing the health and wellbeing off northern New Jersey, especially when Covad focused a light on care or sometimes lack thereof in nursing homes. How can we make sure the older people in our lives have the help they need? Race bulge. Eric is co founder and CEO of Al O Care Health. I've carried giver for 10, plus years. I'm also a father of three young Children. I'm an only child. I love my parents that they've done so much for me to get me where I am today, and it was really hard to not be able to get back the way I want. Enter al O Care Health, the world's first voice activated digital care assistant for remote caregivers and independent elders told it open up the eyes of the world of how challenging caregiving is. Technology has to play a huge part of the entire interview at WCBS 80 dot com slash health..
"care assistant" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Employee Experiences
"Who are my previous career. Took me to. The grocery business was a family business. I help dad in the stores during sales the Athol pretty much fan family tradition but they Unfortunately had to the store in two thousand five learned all my skills as far as how talk to customers per se now's customers patients from my dad and watching him and learning than my work ethic from him one of my customers as actually who got me into mayoclinic she said bottom is a good way to start naming. I'll let him know for an interview and so I did and it's I'm glad I didn't my Very happy where I began in two thousand five that male and I started out as a football with the goal of progressing to be a nurse and schooling. Along the way I then went to be a patient care assistant on the pediatric floor in our banner since two thousand twelve. It's home and I hope I can do it for another fifteen more years until retirement. That's great careers. I've actually had two of them. That were pretty vague. I A Professional Ballet Dancer for twenty years and It's thirteen. I went away to boarding school for that. So that was sort of my entire life up until my mid thirties which was pretty Interesting I got to travel the world and do a lot of different things. And then I transitioned over into horses and bring my own businesses. Ferrier and training and a lot of people don't know what ferrier is but we choose on their feet and to care their overall health that way then i Got Old outside and a hundred and fifteen degrees and passion for working with people and helping people Doodo some other life experiences seemed like a good opportunity took the leap of faith and got the job. No Turning Back Professional Ballet your body was wore. Ultra man well. You know I I had a very successful career and I got to do the princess and where the White Cindy Swan Lake in. The really does but I didn't want stick around until I didn't enjoy it anymore. At the top. Um when I felt strong and able about out early for what I could have what my body would have let me do but I felt like achieve all my goals. I felt it was time for something you in my life. Another chapter of the Bucks of they've spent time underneath a horse soon. That's brutal on a by and like you said one hundred and fifteen degrees. I can only imagine it was actually probably my buddy valley. So that's your transition was just were at the point in Asia. You WanNa look for something a different and I want able being a private business owner distressful responsibility not that this is less responsibility but it was nice to have a PTO in benefits and my body was kind of saying it was time to do something different. I had some tragedies. In my life Lawson close people It started volunteering for Suicide Foundation and I realized with Mike Farrier work that what I loved about it was actually educating people and helping people job. Looks like it's all about horses but it's really about ten percent about the horses and ninety percent of the people and wanted take that forward with the next chapter of my book and like you said. Your your skills. A you've gotten from running. It's interesting how they transition kind of similar to mine. I can see were like I was raised by my dad is quote was always the customer's always number one. While the patient is always number thinkest in theory there are customer you know always treat. Our patients like family members. I really feel strongly that and that's been brought through the years of taking care of customers. Learn how to do that in this new role. I can see how that would relate to take care of your customers. Your Business and making sure everybody's happy. I could bring forward from even the valley career at Mayo and and honoring shiels especially with a patient. I how to achieve. That goal is was interesting from the valley world. It was all about being able to work as a team that also be able to critically think as an individual to make it all together to create a great for everything yours ninety knows always in the back of my head the medical field. 'cause I have friends that are firefighters matic's RN's physical therapist always always intrigued by their stories? They talk about married in two thousand and two and is a real smart move on. My behalf is two thousand five. My daughter was born in February and in June. I switched to nail. My wife wasn't too happy at the moment. Thinking what are you doing? We have this infinite home in your changing careers for all. She's happy live near adjuster and male. You hear about mail and everything but you take it for granted because in your backyard wants. Id and seeing how they treat their employees patients and shields. It really is. I had a corporate job. I went from being an artist working in a studio in sweating all day running my own business with horses and working outside and suddenly his taking on a position that would require a lot of computer work tie and adhering to corporate policies. I didn't know how all that fits kind of felt overwhelming. The people were so giving and I was very fortunate to have be hired under. Some amazing supervisors gave me opportunity quickly. I think my passion for helping people allowed me to excel. So I've already transitioned from my first job is a front facing scheduler into helping construction of Arizona's first of neurology specific appointment office. I use a lot of critical thinking many times shift in. I got them for my previous career. Because you're dealing with shipments price changes happy customers bad customers dealing with stuff like that is taught me how critical thinker multitask that work ethic that I was raised in has been very beneficial to me over the years but the number one thing is the the patient is number one in my book in I will carry that all the way as my highest skill skillet bringing forward valley answer. Was the work ethic. Get to fine tune your body to be an athlete as well as an artist at the same time takes an incredible amount of dedication and the ability to make yourself vulnerable to share your emotions. Your your your heart with your with your audience to expose yourself like that. I took forward with me all of that into my next chapter with with horses. It became much more analytical setting appointments managing my time properly educating clients on how best to serve their animal being able to bring all those skills forward into healthcare and showing empathy and compassion for difficult situations and being able to educate and then be strong for them. I think fixed assets I think back to two thousand five when I started and I remember walking into this room filled with. I don't know how many hundred people for new employee orientation going get myself into by the end of day one. I felt much better than it was like. Okay the sooner. Go good so when you talk with some your coworkers is what's your reaction when they hear that you're a dancer barrier surprise for sure especially when I say valet there like what. It's not something year. Every day is somebody that was a professional ballet dancer. I get a lot of shocks basements. Patient's room and talking with the patient in families. I know there was a meat cutter sausage maker. I think it's an advantage working with our patients having such diverse background that it's it's sort of. An icebreaker makes people feel relaxed thing discuss other than their reason concerns. That they're going through can kind of take it for a few months in home like they're talking to somebody normal? Feel incredibly lucky. I've always done something that I really loved that I felt really passionate about. I never did anything to the rich and famous or anything like that or have a big bank account was always about following migrate passions that were inspiring me at that time in my life. Any kind of advice I can give anybody for any kind of career shift is to find some aspect of a career that brings you joy and you will succeed even with taking this office job here. I'm brought all that passion with we. I feel like that about this position at nail. Somebody was asked me for advice. It would be to follow your passion. See where it leads. You take that road and kind of along the same way I did not dislike my previous career and I'm still passionate about it but I don't do it as a breadwinner anymore when people ask me. What about the change? We nervous yes. I was nervous. I wasn't unhappy where I was. I was looking for something to better my life and my family and I and my biggest recommendation is like you said if they enjoy it. It's GONNA be work. Illness figure is a patient that is walking in the door and from the people the checking in to the people that scheduled all the appointments in the lab tests and other tests that were ordered by the physician it the whole puzzle has like I wanna be a part of that. Want to be a part of this group of people that go above and beyond the call of duty feel fortunate to work for employer light male artist part for you through the chain the Education. I I have a time with education. I never had test anxiety until I went to nursing school nursing licensure tests and I thought I failed in like I'm done. I'm not taking a test again. Going back to cutting meat thing passage obviously was meant to be. Yeah it's it's been a great journey and I'm glad to hear that you like it and feel as welcome as I did back when I started. Did you have a unique career change or are you considering one now? Share your path to working at Mayo. Clinic with friends and colleagues..
"care assistant" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"Place to stay home. Number six countries couch. And how long did it take? Between your uncle lacking. You out of the apartment new finding a room took photos Cain. Fines home number seven. The room it was a room in an apartment in Minneapolis suburb. He was renting it informally for one hundred fifty dollars a week cut. That's a lot of money that was beyond what he was making his security job. So he needed to find a way to get more money and fast. So crazy. Our one day when Kane is visiting country he stops by to see the woman whose apartment was next door to his uncle's. She's an older woman. And she often asked Cain for cigarettes, or ask him to run to the corner store and get her some beer. He no Syria. So I went to the store about her whole pet in Bihar beer drinking beer, Allah here. No. Tatty get Yong cigarettes now. She's like, thank you, you so sweet Novak never did this for me. And she's like you wanna be my PCA. A patient care assistant is paid to provide assistance to the sick or the elderly, they do basic things like help with housework or getting dressed in Minnesota. You need to go to a training and get certified. And then you get paid anywhere between like seven and ten dollars an hour to spend time with the person and help them. But this woman is basically a stranger. And understandably Kane is a little skeptical of this offer. But he talks about it with his friend country says, look, this woman says, I can get paid just to look after her in this same building where you live, you all true. So we met down, what I gotta do. And she taught me where I gotta go, and I did it. But in order to work came now has to get from his room in an apartment in the suburbs to this apartment building every day. It's at least a twenty minute drive, but came doesn't own a car. So how do you get from Bloomington to work trying it was on the bus line? I'm trying lot. Thank Minnesota for the trains and buses. They do a really do help. No one people. He come here and don't have nothing. They can start. You don't have to wait on. Nobody. Call people taking the paint on, because he trains, could they, they got it. We have good transit here. And one thing I like about it, too. Is come every team minutes buses? Don't come over forty hour every forty five minutes to our. And then a bus smokey and thirty. Here's very nice hassle is place. Minnesota. Cain takes public transit to get to work and continues being this lady's PC while living in Bloomington. But he's still not making enough money to keep paying to stay in that room than one day in over their job living out like.
"care assistant" Discussed on WRVA
"And for some of you be I'm going to be down in Florida on Thursday, November the twenty ninth. I'll just do this off a couple of times. To you on Thursday, November the twenty nine Thursday, November twenty nine th the week after thanksgiving. We'll get to be doing an event down there at the risk was steakhouse down right, by international mall. If you know anybody in the Tampa, Florida market a lot of times people go Steve do you do seminars and other markets. Yes. But not that much anymore. And anyway, but I'm going down there to help out some my teammates ago down and do a mission one million seminar for them. So have you got loved ones in Sarasota, Saint Pete Tampa area down in that area. That's gonna be on Thursday, November the twenty ninth Ruth's, Chris steak house, west shore boulevard, and that's right, by international mall. Right. Two minutes from the airport. If you're familiar, it's it's a really easy area to get in and out of anyway, you can also register find out more eight seven seven three one three four zero eight zero so back to that bad word annuity annuity people there. Some even some financial advisers say I would die and go to heck before I would recommend somebody buying an annuity. Well. Hey, you know, what tell me? Here's what the right income annuity. I believe almost everyone not everyone. But almost everyone most America's high percentage of Americans if they had an income producing annuity would have peace of mind and have a pension like paycheck for the rest of your life. That's why the government is starting to think about bringing these into the conversation about why that most of you should have them as part part of your foreign case TSP's four three Bs part of theirs. I raise even Roth IRAs part of your retirement accounts in an annuity type vehicle for income. I like indexed annuities. I hate variable annuities Miami, some people go that really high nose bleed level fees. Not in the ones, I sell my most popular one has zero fees. In fact, it gives you a twenty two percent bonus rolling a four one K or an IRA into one. These annuity index annuities will be a rollover it will be. I Ray annuity. No taxes, no penalties on the rollover pay taxes on the distribution when you need it you play by the rules. Whether you need the income tomorrow morning, or whether you need it in three years or six years or ten years whenever depending on which annuity you purchase. They will give you a income stream for the rest of your life. You take it away worries about market risk because you can't lose money in index annuity takeaway distribution risk because you get a paycheck for life in some of the ones like the twenty two percent bonus vehicle, you get increasing income anytime the markets go up, and it also some of these things also has some long term care benefits. If you have to go into a nursing care assistant care those types of situations. Guys, there are some annuities that just stink poor rates return people go poor rates return. I'm not sell the ones I sell for Rachel return. Although I've had some that have gained over twenty percent recently over twenty. Percent recently. That's not too bad of a gain right recently. I mean within the last year, so that's not a bad gain. Not as good as the stock market did during that period of time, of course. But I'm not selling it for the game selling them because you can't lose money because you can get a paycheck every month every year every decade every century that you live what's wrong with that. Can you do that in a stock portfolio guaranteed paycheck? Can you do it in a bond portfolio? Kenya rental properties. Give you guaranteed income. No. They may have been rented out for forty years, maybe rented on for another forty years, but you not certain is not guaranteed guys. I believe that most Americans should have an annuity. But we have software programs that will you come in. I can throw your information into it will spit out the top two or three best annuity for you to choose which one in your situation, Stephen need to turn income. I'm retired January. The first you come in come in today. And let's look at it. And let the software spit out the. Most powerful when the one that creates the most income for you day, one January one thousand nine hundred find a best annuity out there. I don't care. They'll pay me the same thing guys all of them. I'd say most pay me about the same thing. I let the software figured out for you. Now have you got three or four or five years to go? Then I think the twenty two percent bonuses here at least come into the conversation. Right. So depending on your situation world what our software, and these are we enter in all kinds of different countries. I think there's thirty odd different major insurance companies that are in there with their annuities. The top performing ones out there in the market, boys. And it will spit out the best one for you like to two or three top new vehicles. You've heard bad things about annuities may do right? But I've heard and seen some very good. It's a game changer in retirement for many of.
"care assistant" Discussed on WRVA
"Goes on every year for the remainder of, your life I called the secret weapon and a beagle people come out because. Of the thirty percent bonus now they'll lineup, they'll this. Company will do billions of dollars in business in a short period of time in a couple of months that they've had this offer. Going on if you're in your mid seventies this is probably not your vehicle. But if you're in your fifties, sixties this, vehicle could be. Right for some of your money mitigate. The risk transfer the risk from you of market corrections of longevity this this vehicle also has a long term care strategy after the. Tenth year if you've turned a long life Time income on get that. Lifetime income if you've turned that feature on and you have to go into a nursing? Care assistant care facility you. Or if you're married your spouse then the income is doubled for up. To five years the income doubles to help pay for that situation that money comes to you. It doesn't go, right to the facility so you can kinda you have some control over it there are some rules there it has to be after the tenth year for. The long term care feature and, then you have to be in, one of those facilities for at least, ninety days which is typical of long term care type, strategies and this one the differences there's no medical exam there's no there's. No extra fee for it people are shocked when they go what's the fees, on that account there's zero fees Come? On there's gotta be. Some fees not in this account I- plenty other. Council got fees on them this is not. One finding it hard to believe until they see their statements go there's no fees right. There I told you it's not perfect it's not liquid money. It's not, money you're gonna put in there and cash back tomorrow there's penalties surrender charges if you don't play. By the rules this bucket is to create income your other buckets money market accounts savings accounts that's, your play money that's your emergency fund, this is for retirement income in now what foreign case. TSP's IRAs or four you want more details to. See maybe heard of it. Before maybe you didn't take advantage of the twenty two percent bonus the thirty percent I don't. Know if it'll ever go. Back to ever be back to thirty again maybe right what I doubt it. I was shocked at it went from twenty two I thought he might go to twenty five I was getting giddy if it went to. Twenty five when, jumped to, thirty take advantage twenty. Thousand dollar, minimum hundred thousand two hundred thousand. Million dollars ED's gentleman recently put, in two points to almost two? Point three million Got almost as, I think it. Was almost, a seven. Hundred thousand dollar bonus on. That account that'll bump. Your income up a little bit he actually. Did it for legacy planning not even not even needing the end gum he wandered. In a safe vehicle that. He sometimes could get a double. Digit gain without fear. Of loss he. Can if something happened to him and take care. Of his wife she. Could have more income than she could. Ever need and then but the. Main thing you wanted, to do, it for. The past that money. Off from one generation. To the next to take care of his kids and doors grandkids or whatever. And sew legacy planning income plantings got some long term care. On it never have to lose any sleep if the market. Crashes again it's. Not the end all to everything is not a place you want to put all, your money? But you need to. Do some research and we only have until September. The seventeenth you want to find out more..
"care assistant" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Dr king's, dad and Benjamin Mays with the visit guide yet India, they come back they bring, those the idea was to fill the jails now everybody with. Us doesn't have to go to, jail for, those that want to go, we can go because we. Feel the jails up what are you, going to do with, the rest of us. Livingston won't say whether he'll attempt to March right into Wrigley field on game day he says he wants to be a surprise Bill Cameron WLS AM eight ninety now while police are dealing with that they'll also be providing extra security at lollapalooza in grant park which begins. Today the four day music fast attracting about one hundred. Thousand people here is the police departments Anthony reach. Multiply times for the number of covert officers that. Are inside so these are going to be guys. That are wearing shorts and t shirts and Carrying backpacks listening to music. Yesterday at this time we were telling you about lake Barrington, state Representative, Nick sour a girlfriend and ex. Girlfriend accused him of posting nude photos of her online. Now sour resigning from the Illinois house President Trump saying that he is not afraid, to, sit down for. Questioning with one. Of special counsel Robert Muller's investigators here's. Bob, Costantini the president certainly believes in his powers of persuasion when face to face with. An adversary and so his lawyers are letting him. Entertain the idea of a sit down with Robert Muller's investigators? Here's Rudy Giuliani I've heard him say I want to be interviewed if my lawyers. Can reach an agreement on what the ground rules of it we've had a. Hard time doing that but we're still, I'm not going to give you a lot of hope it's going to happen but we're still negotiating we, haven't stopped negotiating with Giuliani makes. Clear he does not think. It's a good idea but he's trying to work his clients will lead. Reports are that Muller's willing to limit questions about obstruction of Justice Bob Costantini Washington Horrible story, for Minnesota where police say an eighteen year old. Man, picked up and threw an eight, year old boy off a thirty one foot water slide platform at a waterpark apple valley police captain. Nick Francis says. The man was. Upset because the boy was making the line take too long everybody in the waterpark that. Saw it happened are just devastated by it and we learned that an eighteen year old adult had, picked that child. Up and throwing him, over police later learned that the eight year old has cognitive disabilities and that a personal care assistant was. With them at the park but not, in line with, him for the water slide the boy suffered several broken. Bones but he will, be okay the eighteen. Year old man Roman Adams now, facing a. Number of charges WLS news time nine three, checking traffic here at wwl. S the Edens is fifteen. Minutes lake cook road to the junction out Don nineteen Kennedy, inbound, throw, hair Thirty six outbound twenty, nine is an. Hour in from Thorndale fifty-one outbound twenty nine Dan Ryan Stevenson in from. The veterans tollway forty no delays outbound Stevenson Dan Ryan in from ninety fifth twenty eight no delays on the outbound side that's traffic from the.
"care assistant" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Forcing public safety. Officials to frantically list emergency phone number alternatives on social media department. Of public safety spokesman Bruce Gordon says he's not aware of any major, incidents being affected by the nine one one outage we. Do know that some calls we're going through some were not there were outages in other states as well and to the extent of you know what impact might, have had during that hour I think still to be. Determined the company that? Provides nine one one service to Minnesota says it's investigating the outage in the cause right now is unknown Sloan Martin WC. CEO an eighteen year old is. Facing felony Assault charges after allegedly picking up. An eight year. Old boy. And tossing him from the top of a two. Story waterslide to the cement, below happened Tuesday afternoon apple valley aquatic center police captain Nick Francis says it's unclear why the teen from maple grove grabbed the child and threw him over we don't know exactly why the the, the suspect indicated the line was moving too slow and and he took his aggressions out on the person. In front of them when police arrived the boy was conscious and breathing he was taken to the. Hospital and is in stable condition after breaking bones throughout his body. WCTC oh television reports the eighteen year old. Is mentally delayed and has, a personal care assistant and was aware that he did. Something wrong Edgar Allan Harris WCC oh nine year old boy is dead after a playground accident last night and south western Minnesota Brown county authorities say this happened, in the town of conference south west of new Ulm They say Gavin Ludwig was. Hurt on a piece. Of, playground equipment resuscitation efforts were unsuccessful police now investigating the circumstances surrounding that death on Friday the entire Minneapolis. City council will hear a proposal to share control of the police department As it stands now the city's charter says. The mayor has complete control of the department council member Cam Gordon is behind the change should give the council more ability to bring. Our expertise our passion. And our energy to this particular issue, so that we can make a difference the idea to have the city's mayor share power with the council came. Days after the deadly shooting of Thurman Blevins by Minneapolis police many who spoke yesterday we're passionate on both sides some saying. We need to support the new. Police chief at a time when his leadership and community connections are so vital. The most important thing we can do to ensure accountable and, responsive policing is to support. His leadership and work with him we know what the issues are we. Know the, problems and, we know the solutions that we need community control the, police supporters want the question. Placed on the November ballot the union representing Minnesota. Corrections employees is calling for more prison officers and changes to inmate discipline rules following a Prison guards death last month union president John Hilliard says statewide. Worker shortages are leading to more attacks on officers and unsafe conditions for other workers the union is also asking for changes to policies. When inmates attack a. Prison employee officer Joseph Gama died after, an inmate allegedly attacked him at the Stillwater prison many ha ha academy is holding a ceremonial pillar raising this. Morning to Mark the one year anniversary since that deadly gas explosion at the upper campus receptionist Ruth Bergen custodian John Carlson. Died in that blast which officials. Say happened when crews were working on a gas line at the school Paul. Masking witnessed the explosion be right there when it happened and, feel feel it and see. The debris the windows flying through the air and then just taken off and running Getting there and people when you'd help classes last school year worked at a temporary site, of mendota heights the explosion.
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"The state of, Minnesota is investigating after widespread outage happened this afternoon, out lasted for the better part of an hour and was spread throughout the State Department of. Public safety spokesman Bruce Gordon. Says outages were also reported in other states I don't know that every, county in the. State was affected but it certainly was widespread throughout Minnesota and apparently some other states as well but not every. State and some calls we're getting through in somewhere not Gordon says he's not aware, of any major incidents being affected by the nine one one outage on Friday the entire Minneapolis city council will hear a proposal to share control. Of the police, department as, it stands the city's charter. Says the mayor has complete control of the police department. Today city councilman Cam Gordon led, the charge to make the change it's to give. The council more ability to bring our expertise our passion and our. Energy to this particular issue So, that we can make a difference the idea to have the city's mayor share power with the city council came days after the deadly shooting of Thurman Blevins by Minneapolis police. Many who spoke were passionate on both sides some said we need to support the new police chief at a time when his leadership and community connections are so vital the most important thing we. Can do to ensure accountable and responsive policing is to. Support his leadership in the work with him we know what, the issues are we know the problems, and we know the solution dot by, many community control the police supporters want the question placed on November. Ballot an eighteen year old is facing felony assault charges after allegedly picking up an eight year old boy and. Tossing him from the top of a two story water slide to the cement below it happened yesterday afternoon. At the apple valley aquatic center police captain Nick Francis says it's unclear why the teen from maple grove grabbed the child and through him. We don't know exactly why the the suspect indicated the line, was willing to slow and and he took his Aggressions out on the. Person in front of them when police arrived the boy was conscious and breathing he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition. After breaking bones throughout his body WCC oh. Television reports, the eighteen year old is mentally delayed and has a personal care assistant and was aware of what he did. Was wrong the union representing Minnesota corrections officers demanding workplace changes after a prison guards death last month Joseph gone died after he. Was allegedly attacked by an inmate. In a work area of the Stillwater prison corrections officer Jim Barbosa staffing is. Woefully short of what the department of corrections would have, you believe we have a lot of facilities that have units that have to staff with one hundred and forty you do the math in those numbers as not a five a four a. Six to one ratio we're talking fifty sixty one hundred to, one ratio. In addition, to more staffing asked me council five wants to keep inmates to assault prison, staff segregated from the general population for longer periods of time let's take a look at your WBZ our weather Tonight isolated showers. Low of fifty six tomorrow partly sunny and comfortable with a high of seventy six for more. On these, and other stories go to WC CO radio dot com I'm Ed girl and ARIS w.
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"Update golden eras the company that provides nine one one service to the state of Minnesota is. Investigating after widespread outage happened this afternoon the outage lasted. For the better part of an hour and was spread throughout, the State Department of public safety spokesman Bruce, Gordon says outages were also reported in, other states I don't know that every county in the state was affected but this is certainly was widespread throughout Minnesota and apparently some other states as well but not every state and. Some calls we're getting through and some were not Gordon says he's not aware of any major incidents being. Affected by the nine one one outage on Friday the entire Minneapolis city. Council will hear a proposal to share control of the police department. As it stands the city's charter says the mayor has complete, control of the police. Department today's city councilman Cam Gordon led the charge. To make the change it's to. Give the council more ability to bring our expertise passion and our energy To this particular issue so, that we can make a difference the idea to have the city's mayor share power with the, city council. Came days after the deadly shooting, of Thurman Blevins by Minneapolis police many who spoke re passionate on both sides some. Said we need to support the new police chief at a time when his leadership and community connections are so vital. The most important thing we can do to ensure accountable. And responsive policing is to support his leadership and work with, him we know what the issues are we, know the problems and we know the, solution dot by community control the police supporters want the question placed on November ballot an eighteen year old is facing felony assault charges after allegedly picking up an eight year old boy. And tossing him from the top of a two story waterslide to the cement below it happened yesterday afternoon. At the apple valley aquatic center police captain Nick Francis says it's unclear. Why the teen for maple grove grabbed the child and through him. We don't know exactly why the the suspect indicated the line was willing to slowly And he took his aggressions out on the person in front of them when police arrived. The boy was conscious and breathing he was taken to the hospital and is in stable condition after breaking bones throughout his body w television. Reports the eighteen year old is mentally delayed. And has, a personal care assistant and was aware of what he did was wrong the union representing Minnesota corrections officers is. Demanding workplace changes after a prison guards death last month Joseph gone died after he was allegedly attacked by an inmate in. A work area of the Stillwater. Prison corrections officer Jim Barbosa staffing is woefully short of what the department. Of corrections would have you believe we have a lot, of that have units that have to staff with one hundred and forty it makes you do the math in those numbers it's not a five a four a six to one ratio. We're talking fifty sixty one hundred to one ratio in addition, to more. Staffing asked, me council five wants to keep inmates to assault prison staff segregated from the, general population for longer periods of time let's take a look at your WBZ weather Tonight. Isolated showers low of fifty six tomorrow partly sunny and comfortable with a high of seventy six for more. On these and other stories go to WC radio. Dot com I'm Ed, girl and, ARIS w. c. c. o.. Currently in the twin cities it's cloudy sixty one. Degrees fifty nine of Saint Cloud Alexandria sixty. One sixty two at Northfield Rochester sixty five and in Kellogg is cloudy with sixty four whether you're.
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"Services to clients confined to their home in northern virginia how lord your house malls this team we have eighty employees and we cover the entire northern virginia region and let's see who who started this business i did donna and donna how many years ago did you start this business twenty five years ago this year where you're from originally i'm originally from toledo ohio how many brothers and sisters i have four sisters were you in the pecking order number two what made you different women to what distinguished you amongst the other the other siblings a well besides i was the tallest so i automatically seemed to take a leader role in the family but also my mom counting on me quite a bit to help out what happened at eight at the age of eight my parents divorced and we had to get on welfare and it was just very important for my mom she worked very hard at a paralegal company trying to make ends meet and i realized that that point that i had to help out where we were so you're eight years old your parents got divorced your own welfare and you realized what i had to help out you didn't have to you didn't have to do that well it just seems a parrot and also it just when we would get sick and when food had to be brought into the home i knew i had to make a choice what do you mean well i was concerned because my mom had to make ends meet by ourself and it was very concerning that if we ever got sick we will have to go to an emergency room and it would cost more money and it would impact our eating so what does it what did you learn from that would that affect you what i learned from that was that i wanted to make a difference and i felt that being a doctor would do that and so i watched the medical center with chad everett and that point i knew i wanted to be a physician you wanted to get involved with the caring professions all right i got it's okay william what what do you think they're actually i understand that you guys weren't always in the home healthcare how did the firm of all to that we initially started i care inc home care services providing physical occupational speech therapy services for clients in this area and then we probably ten years ago at a personal care assistant why well fourteen years ago my oldest daughter was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of eighteen and it became keenly pair that we wanted to make a greater impact on the lives not only a her life but other.
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"Services to clients confined to their home in northern virginia how lord muslims team we have eighty employees and we cover the entire northern virginia region and let's see who who started this business i did donna and donna how many years ago did you start this business twenty five years ago this year where you're from originally i'm originally from toledo ohio how many brothers and sisters i have four sisters were you in the pecking order number two what made you different women what distinguished you amongst the other the other siblings besides i was the tallest so i automatically seem to take a leader role in the family but also my mom counting on me quite a bit to help out what happened at eight at the age of eight at the age of eight my parents divorced and we had to get on welfare and it was just very important for my mom she worked very hard at a paralegal company trying to make ends meet and i realized at that point that i had to help out where we were you worried so you're eight years old your parents got divorced your own welfare and you realized what i had to help out you didn't have to you didn't have to do that well it just seemed a parrot and also it just when we get sick and when food had to be brought into the home i knew i had to make a choice what do you mean well i was concerned because my mom had to make ends meet by ourself and it was very concerning that if we ever got sick we will have to go to mergency room and it costs more money and it would impact our eating so what does it what did you learn from that would that affect you what i learned from that was that i wanted to make a difference and i felt that being doctor would do that and so i watched the medical center with chad everett and that point i knew i wanted to be a physician you wanted to get involved with the caring professions all right i got it okay william what what do you think they're actually i understand that you guys weren't always in the home healthcare how did the firm off to that we initially started i care inc home care services providing physical occupational speech therapy services for clients in this area and then we are probably ten years ago at it personal care assistant why well fourteen years ago my oldest daughter was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of eighteen and it became keenly pair that we wanted to make an a greater impact in the.
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"Services to clients confined to their home in northern virginia how your house malls team we have eighty employees and we cover the entire northern virginia region and let's see who who started this business i did donna and donna how many years ago did you start this business twenty five years ago this year we were from originally i'm originally from toledo ohio how many brothers and sisters i have four sisters were you in the pecking order number two what made you different with distinguished you amongst the other the other siblings a well besides i was the tallest so i automatically seem to take a leader role in the family but also my mom counted i'm quite a bit to help out what happened at eight at the age of eight at the age of eight my parents divorced and we had to get on welfare and it was just very important for my mom she worked very hard at a paralegal company trying to make ends meet and i realized that that point that i had to help out where we were so you're eight years old your parents got divorced your own welfare and you realized what i had to help out you didn't have to do that well it just seems apparent and also it just when we would get sick and when food had to be brought into the home i knew i had to make a choice what do you mean well i was concerned because my mom had to make ends meet by and it was very concerning that if we ever got sick we will have to go to an emergency room and it would cost more money and it would impact our eating so what does it what did you learn from that fact you what i learned from that was that i wanted to make a difference and i felt that being a doctor would do that and so i watched the medical center with chad everett in that point i knew i wanted to be a physician wanted to get involved with the caring professions alright i got it okay william what what are you thinking they're actually i understand that you guys weren't always in the home healthcare how did the firm of off to that we initially started i care inc home care services providing physical occupational speech therapy services for clients in this area and then we probably ten years ago at a personal care assistant why well fourteen years ago my oldest daughter was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of eighteen and it became keenly apparent that we wanted to make a greater impact on the lives not only a her life but other people.
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"More than two hundred million medication errors made in nhs england every year could be causing around seventeen hundred deaths annually health secretary jeremy hump says the study shows it's a far bigger problem than generally recognised andrew ettl's one hundred two year old mom mabel was accidentally given insulin meant for someone else in her ward thankfully it was dealt with quickly for persian is not a dr birther after dose of insulin com low of the blood sugar faecal level thus it was it was very important for the nurse have the courage to admit burma state two people are still being questioned about a suspected hit and run in which two young brothers delayed the boys aged two and six was struck by a car in coventry yesterday afternoon man and woman being held on sis mission of causing death by dangerous driving and drink driving spain claimed uk workers are doing more than thirty one billion pounds worth of over time for free eight year the tuc says a total of two billion unpaid hours worked in 2017 that's the equivalent of the average person effectively during every day so far this year for nothing france's o'grady is the trade union groups and secretarygeneral she says some having to put in a lot moon office got much more lightly amongst public sector workers and managers and professionals in particular so the teachers the prison officers the care assistants who haven't had a real pay increase for eight years now kylie jenna has wiped a billion pounds off the stock market value of snapchat off to tweeting she's no longer using its messaging happy it's recently had a redesign sure weather mostly drawn bright some long periods of sunshine today but it will be chilly in southeasterly wind i saw irs warsaw so hojo's warehouse thousands of played first of all the online.
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"Governor raimondo lays the blame for the hike at 1600 pennsylvania avenue this is the tremp tax president trump i just recently said he wants to reduce their federal monies coming into states like rhode island and so we're gonna have to pass that trump tax on to the people of rhode island which is why i oppose it and i hope we're going to be able to stop at earlier this month the president ended a set of obamacare subsidies that helped lower income and lease pay for health care assistant principal thomas bacon placed on administrative leave by providence schools after video surfaced as showing a man pending a student to the floor at central high the providence journal reports that the 15yearold student in the video was charged with two counts of simple assault governor raimondo a democrat responds after two republicans declared they wanted challenger in next year's election wpro's steve klamkin has the story both republicans patricia morgan and allan fung took game at incumbent governor gina raimondo is they announced the they're candidacies this week fong saying romando had made dumb mistakes and she didn't disagree ecorse everybody makes mistakes he pointed to the you hit social services computer to buckle but shrugged off the republicans criticisms both beating up on you effectively they find you will convenient target will i am the governor and stay you know look they're going to do what they're gonna do they have a primary ahead of them they are going to do it out amongst themselves out what i'm going to do is run the government do my best to get folks back to work for london has said she is in no hurry to declare her bid for reelection steve clampkin wpro new the battery stolen from east providence school buses have been recovered and police have a lead on who may have stolen them samson now vice president of burger recycling in pawtucket says it's not unusual for fleets to recycle the number of batteries at the same time so it didn't seem odd that someone brought in about a ton of batteries but they follow their usual procedure on a large number of battery a man we took a photo id groblje dollar which is our standard procedure and we made a copy of his drivers loyd who and after a.
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"Well for both groups that the extremely expensive being disabled them america is extremely costly and paying for private insurance or having medicaid never really covers everything but what medicaid has done is the has ensured three different things for people who do use in it and i don't like the word depend i think that the disabled community is being vilified her the fact that some of us cannot work for the fact that a lot of us can work and are not employed because there's mask discrimination and the job market when talking about my friends losing their independence medicaid allows them to live at home and have a personal care assistant who comes and takes care of them that creates jobs or the personal care assistant and it creates independence for the people who depend on for other people it's literally life and death there medications can cost thousands of dollars a year there are not able to live actually live their lives without these medications without these therapies without ventilators and medicaid covers other things that people don't know about it covers wheelchairs wheelchairs cost twenty thirty thousand dollars they're not free like at the airport so without medicaid they would lose their ability to move freely this has to be a right let me ask you how are you processing the debate as it's going on now he saw the version of the house health care bill the diversion that the republicans in the house pushed through we've seen now the latest version of the senate bill and think that there will be a vote at some point soon how're you processing this debate when you hear what's being said.