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Free Back-To-School immunization events coming this month to Orange County

first_img The Anatomy of Fear From the Florida Department of HealthIn partnership with Orange County Public Schools and Orange Blossom Pediatrics, the Florida Department of Health in Orange County is urging parents to prepare their children now for the upcoming school year.This free immunization event has been planned in the community so parents can vaccinate their children and obtain their DH680 form for school. Don’t wait, vaccinate!WHO: Orange County Public School (OCPS) students and children (2 months to 18 years of age) entering, attending, or transferring to Florida schools.WHAT: Free school-required immunization shots and/or the certified DH680 form (first come, first served).WHERE: OCPS Academic Center for Excellence701 West Livingston Street, Orlando, FL 32805WHEN: Monday, July 23 through Saturday, 28, 2018 (8am to 3pm)Sunday, July 29, 2018 (9am – 2pm)WHY: Florida requires certain vaccines to be administered before children may enrolland attend childcare and school.Parents and students must bring the following:Most recent immunization record and original Birth Certificate or Social Security cardValid photo identification such as driver’s license, state ID, passport, or military IDClients 17 years of age and younger must be accompanied by one of the followingadults: parent, grandparent, step‐parent, Uncle, Aunt, Sister or BrotherNon‐related adults accompanying clients 17 years of age and younger must present anoriginal notarized letter signed by the parent or legal guardianLegal guardians must present the most recent court-ordered paperwork Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate BackgroundServices are provided on a first come, first served basis. Parents are urged to arrive early. Those with private insurance and Medicaid can go directly to their medical care provider and obtain the same services.A certified DH680 immunization form is required for school and daycare entry and is provided at no charge when vaccinations are received.  If a client only needs a DH 680 form, an administrative fee will apply. For additional information, please call 407-858-1444 or visit http://orange.floridahealth.gov.   About the Florida Department of HealthThe department, nationally accredited by the Public Health Accreditation Board, works to protect, promote, and improve the health of all people in Florida through integrated state, county, and community efforts. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 center_img You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your comment! LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply Please enter your name here TAGSFlorida Department of HealthImmunizations Previous articleJoin The Apopka Voice team: Sales Associate neededNext articleBreaking News: Three pedestrians hit by vehicle on Thompson Road Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHORlast_img read more

Grandmother left bruised and grazed when dragged along the footpath

first_imgPrint NewsLocal NewsGrandmother left bruised and grazed when dragged along the footpathBy admin – August 3, 2011 490 Linkedin A 30-year-old man who dragged a grandmother along the ground in attempting to steal her handbag, was jailed for three years at Limerick Circuit Court. John Coleman, with an address at St John’s Square, pleaded guilty to the attempted robbery of the woman’s handbag as he grabbed the strap after taking her eight-year-old granddaughter’s bag off the ground. Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The incident, on June 19, 2010, happened as the woman in her 60s sat on the wall at St John’s Hospital. Coleman, the court was told, approached and took the child’s bag and then grabbed the grandmother’s, but she refused to leave go and held on to it as she was dragged along the ground. The woman suffered bruises and grazing to her left arm, shoulder and face. A passer-by intervened and grabbed hold of the bag, before Coleman fled to an apartment block in St John’s Square. During the incident, the accused dropped a set of keys into the bag and when gardai arrived, they tried the keys in the door to Coleman’s apartment, and he subsequently invited them in and made full admissions. Coleman, referred to as well known to gardai, was very apologetic for frightening the woman. Judge Carroll Moran convicted and sentenced him to four years in prison, and suspended the final year. Email Twittercenter_img Advertisement Facebook Previous articleEmployees stole €3,000 from employer and set up rival businessNext articleBuses take technology route admin WhatsApplast_img read more

Are your humans connecting the dots?

first_imgEarlier this month, Geezeo announced the sale of their company to Jack Henry and Associates. Financial executives across the industry took notice. Something big had happened: The continuing consolidation of technology providers is an industry-changing event for financial services. It was also a life-changing event for the executives involved. People were equally curious about how the acquisition might impact the operations of their organizations and what the next steps might be for the executives from Geezeo. This high-profile acquisition presented an incredible opportunity: Many credit unions tout their solutions based on consumers’ life stages and meeting members wherever they are in their financial journey. Any financial institution could have taken note and used this news to reach out with a highly personalized financial solution. It would not have taken sophisticated artificial intelligence or big data solutions. All that was needed was a high-touch human, genuinely interested in the lives of consumers, and able to connect the dots between this life-changing event, the need for trusted financial advice, and the products or services that financial institution could offer. Bryan Clagett, Chief Marketing Officer and Investor at Geezeo is one of those executives facing a different life in a post-acquisition world. He is an active, connected social media influencer. A brief internet research session could lead a curious financial executive to understand a great deal about his life and his values. When Geezeo’s sale was announced, he did not hear from his credit union. He did not hear from his bank. He heard from a big bank that saw the news, but did not already have Clagett as a customer. Clagett posted the anecdote to his LinkedIn page with this message: “You can have the best technology in the world, but if you don’t have the people that connect the dots and take action, you’re going to fail. Eventually.” When a FinTech executive pronounces that technology is not all it takes for financial institutions to thrive, credit unions should be listening. Humans are the unique differentiator that will help credit unions stand out in a crowded, commoditized financial services marketplace, but our industry must be more strategic with their human capital. Technology is not enough. Teaching people how to use technology is not enough. Credit unions must attract, develop, and retain talent that thinks creatively, brings unique gifts to work, and is motivated to make an impact. I have nearly two decades’ experience working with credit unions for strategic growth and have become concerned about a persistent theme: Strategic planning processes heavily emphasize growth through technology advances or field of membership expansions, but rarely incorporate human capital strategies. This realization served as the impetus for founding Humaidei, a human capital strategies consulting firm designed to help credit unions build workplaces that fit today’s diverse and changing workforce. Credit unions are well-positioned to be the workplaces and volunteer causes of choice for engaged individuals who want to use their talents in a meaningful way. They are also organized around values that demand diversity, equity, and inclusion. A strategic, intentional approach that develops executives, volunteers, and cultures will create talented, diverse teams that represent and connect well with your members and your community. While the Geezeo example is a story that was thrust in front of us as an industry, there are opportunities like this in your credit union every day. Your team members know which community leaders are retiring, whose kids are heading off to college, which non-profit just secured a significant grant, and myriad other life milestones. Have you built a culture that teaches them how to think about that information? Or are you still advancing your technological capabilities, then powering them with basic order takers? If you aren’t sure your team could have connected the dots– or would have felt empowered– to help a member in Clagett’s position, it is time to get more strategic with your human capital. Don’t let another strategic planning season go by without including this focus. 9SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr,Jill Nowacki Jill Nowacki started her career with credit unions in 2001. She has taken on leadership roles at credit unions and state and national trade associations. Now, she uses her experience … Web: www.humanidei.com Detailslast_img read more