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In the tradition of The Other Wes Moore and Just Mercy, a searing memoir and clarion call to save our at-risk youth by a young black man who himself was a lost cause - until he landed in a rehabilitation program that saved his life and gave him purpose. Born into abject poverty in Haiti, young Jim St. Germain moved to Brooklyn's Crown Heights, into an overcrowded apartment with his family. He quickly adapted to street life and began stealing, dealing drugs, and growing increasingly indifferent to despair and violence. By the time he was arrested for dealing crack cocaine, he had been handcuffed more than a dozen times. At the age of 15, the walls of the system were closing around him. But instead of prison, St. Germain was placed in "Boys Town", a nonsecure detention facility designed for rehabilitation. Surrounded by mentors and positive male authority who enforced a system based on structure and privileges rather than intimidation and punishment, St. Germain slowly found his way, eventually getting his GED and graduating from college. Then he made the bravest decision of his life: to live, as an adult, in the projects where he had lost himself, and to work to reform the way the criminal justice system treats at-risk youth. A Stone of Hope is more than an incredible coming-of-age story; told with a degree of candor that requires the deepest courage, it is also a rallying cry. No one is who they are going to be - or capable of being - at 16. St. Germain is living proof of this. He contends that we must work to build a world in which we do not give up on a swath of the next generation. Passionate, eloquent, and timely, A Stone of Hope is an inspiring challenge for every American and is certain to spark debate nationwide. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ron Butler. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/harp/006143/bk_harp_006143_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you want to overcome social anxiety disorder without having to take medication, then listen to our how-to guide by a real-life counselor with experience in this field.How to Overcome Social Anxiety Without Medication manifests an empathic understanding of what it is like to feel the pangs of social anxiety in a world that underestimates the power of anxiety, fear, and shyness. Others do not appreciate the intensity of your feelings because they do not feel them. To be assaulted by social anxiety can lead you to feel like disaster has struck. It is certainly debilitating. Everyone has the need for the esteem of others - it is one of the primary means of psychological survival in a world full of social expectations. Those of you who suffer from social anxiety are not alone. You are in an army of millions.Many of you folks have been prescribed traditional medications but are confronted with the side effects of these. If you feel social anxiety, you do not need to conquer yet two more obstacles - possible addiction from tranquilizers and physical symptoms that accompany antidepressants. Many people have abandoned those in favor of the healthier alternative - organic remediation.Organic remedies are viable alternatives without unwanted side effects. This audiobook will present you with a myriad of healthy, organic solutions that are virtually free from nasty side effects. Counseling and psychotherapy are also recommended treatments of choice for many of you. Yoga and mindfulness meditation are likewise very effective in helping you unite the forces of mind, spirit, and body. The holistic solution is your most powerful agent in self-transformation.About the expert: Brenda Brown holds a master's degree in counseling and rehabilitation and an undergraduate degree in science, and she has taken postgraduate courses in advanced counseling. She worked as a psychotherapist for 15 years, serving in clinics, hospitals, and as an assi 1. Language: English. Narrator: Lizzie Richards. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/133239/bk_acx0_133239_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The author Michael Nascimento tells of his amazing story of playing football and running track in college despite nine fractures in his lower back that he sustained when he was hit by a drunk driver at the age of 14. After nearly a year and a half of rehabilitation, that included wearing a large plastic brace around his torso for 16 weeks, one of the nine fractures never healed and would stay with him indefinitely. Although he would never know a day since his accident without some degree of pain due to his fracture, Mike decided to ignore the unrelenting discomfort in his back and live his life independent of his setbacks. He eventually shattered the set medical standard of the time by playing football and sprinting for Brigham Young University.From that lone fracture, the fighter that God put inside him was never quieted since. To be able to accomplish such a feat, this young man was first required by his doctor to strengthen his abdominal and core muscles like no other patient had done before. In hopes to compensate for the structural weakness in his spine, Mike’s orthopedic surgeon required that he do 500 abdominal crunches in one sitting before he could ever play football again. Unsure how to achieve such an imposing physical task, Mike set out on his own personal spiritual quest of sorts where he would discover the incredible fighter’s spirit that has been placed within each of us. Then 15 years old, Mike went on to smash the required number of 500 crunches set by his doctor by eventually doing 1,300 consecutive crunches over the span of 28 minutes, all with a ten pound weight across his chest. And it was that fighter found within him that allowed Mike to push himself all the way to the moment that he saw himself living his dream of playing football in the NCAA. As to how he was able to transcend all medical expectations by playing football and running track for the BYU Cougars with a broken back, Mike’s atypical response is one 1. Language: English. Narrator: Michael Nascimento. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/173595/bk_acx0_173595_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
Dentistry has shown a tremendous development in procedures, materials and techniques that are increasingly conservative, with the objective of promoting the rehabilitation of the maxillo-mandibular complex. However, this Health field is not free of risks, which can take place in the context of daily professional practice. Although uncommon, medical emergencies can occur in a dental clinic and affect anyone - before, during or after a clinical intervention. Therefore, in addition to the events specifically concerning their patients' oral health, the dentist should also be prepared to treat other episodes related to their general health. This study seeks to evaluate the capacity to act and the training requirements in the field of Medical Emergency of final-year students in two Dentistry institutes (ISCSEM and UB) located respectively in Portugal and Spain. The results indicate that students have gaps in theoretical knowledge and reveal a large degree of insecurity regarding certain medical emergency techniques and situations that may occur in the dental clinic and that they are not fully capable of acting in this area.
There are quite a number of drugs of abuse in different societies thereby making drug and substance abuse a major problem across the world. Any substance, of natural, artificial or synthetic origin, other than food that by its chemical nature alters structure or function in the living organism is referred to as drug. Drugs of abuse like cannabis, alcohol, tranquillo-sedatives and hypnotics, stimulants and morphine-type drugs have unique social and psycho-medical effects that by acting on the brain spread to the other parts of the body. This influences a lot of functions, the use of each of these drugs is, to a certain degree, capable of producing effects associated with psychosis and other drug-related problems that require some treatment and care in hospitals and rehabilitation centers. The effects of a drug do not depend solely on chemical interactions with the body only, but the influences of expectancy, experience and mood also constitute strong determinants of drug's effects.
This book discusses the state of the research and cutting-edge practice with regard to chronic illnesses and rehabilitation in older adults. It emphasizes biopsychosocial and culturally appropriate rehabilitation approaches to reduce the degree of disability and maximize independence in the activities of daily living among the burgeoning aging population.Organized in four sections-Introduction and Overview, Major Illnesses and Problems in Aging Populations, Evaluation of Functional Rehabilitation Approaches for Aging Populations, and Future Clinical Research Needs-the book includes chapters on the "graying" of the West with implications for increased chronic illnesses and disabilities, a review of biopsychosocial rehabilitation approaches, important "aging" issues such as slips-and-falls, musculoskeletal pain, chronic disabling conditions such as cancer and cardiovascular disease, and work-related factors to maintain work engagement in older workers. The US Census Bureau projects that by the year 2030, about 20% of the U.S. population will be 65 or older, contributing to the increased concern about healthcare and rehabilitation issues among older adults. This work will be of interest to healthcare, rehabilitation, vocational, human resource and disability management professionals, policy makers as well as researchers in areas of aging, gerontology, chronic illness, disability, rehabilitation, social work, medicine and psychology.
A deformed alveolar ridge may result from periodontal disease, trauma, tooth extraction, tumor, or congenital defects. The ridge deformity is directly related with the volume of the root structure and associated bone that is missing or has been destroyed. The esthetic, hygiene, and functional concerns can be the formation of "black triangles" interdentally, loss of buccal/facial contour, an unesthetic thick pontic made to compensate the horizontal ridge defect, food impaction in the open interdental spaces under the pontic, difficulty in speech and unesthetic gingival texture. In today's practice, patients with normal skeletal pattern who have lost a substantial degree of their original osseous dimensions due to tooth loss or trauma are much more prevalent. Alveolar ridge defects are common and poise a significant problem in dental treatment and rehabilitation. Therefore, the time-honored proverb that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure" is most applicable to the many problems involved in the successful reconstruction of localized defects that exist within the alveolar ridge.