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Maria Sliwa
Works at M. Sliwa Public Relations
Attended New York University
Lives in New York
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Ghasem Akbari and I recently published this article in the Daily Caller. This was one also a topic discussed by Fareed Zakaria today on his CNN show GPS.
It is sensible to assume that the true followers of a religion do not seek to commit iniquity. Therefore, one might wonder why the Brussels’ attackers who were convicted criminals decided to wage ji
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Just published 'Freedom to Unveil' in Dissident Voice with Ghasem Akbari
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Obama Threatens U.S. Sanctions if Violence Continues in S. Sudan:
 
UN Demonstration and Press Conference Thu, Apr 10 at 1:30 PM
 
Former Sudanese Slave, Simon Deng and Talk Show Host Joe Madison Seek Arrest at Event
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Co-published this article in the Daily Caller yesterday with Iranian Supreme Court attorney, Ghasem Akbari
In his first public statement, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev apologized to his victims, saying:
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Yoganonymous article on Uma Thurman, Dechen Thurman and Jivamukti Yoga
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“At its root, perfectionism isn't really about a deep love of being meticulous. It's about fear. Fear of making a mistake. Fear of disappointing others. Fear of failure. Fear of success.” ~Michael Law. To all appearances, a perfectionist looks, well, perfect. The rule their world, ...
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  • New York University
    M. A. in Journalism
  • St. John's University
    M. A. in Sociology
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Public - 2 months ago
reviewed 2 months ago
Just purchased a MINI Clubman and am thrilled. What a great buying experience! I would like to especially thank Mike (the manager) Dan and Greg (salesmen) and Rich (in finance) for their fantastic service. You are the best!
Public - 3 months ago
reviewed 3 months ago
My mother was admitted to rehab at the Hebrew Home where she benefited greatly. The problem is that one of the aides there solicited my sister and brother to forgo the possibility of long term care for a health care agency (such solicitation is against the HH rules) and my siblings unfortunately believed the horror stories of that aide, never considering that the aide was likely receiving a kickback for the referral. She connected my sister and brother to a middle-man who coordinated with the agency. Now that my mother is home it appears that her aide from that agency is abusing her, and my mother is too afraid to say anything. It is a scary situation. One key to the HH is for family members, if possible, to be as present and proactive as possible. I found that even though my calls to staff were not always returned, when I went back to the HH I noticed that most of my requests were honored. I was given a reasonable explanation for those that were not. If you are a sibling and/or health care proxy, you can ask the nurse on duty for the weekly reports on your relative. This will enable you to see what is being done for your loved one daily and you can comment and ask for changes. I also hired a family friend to spend the day with my mother, once a week, and she would tell me what she saw while caring for her. (She never told me anything negative about the facility and the people working there. In fact, her feedback was always positive and she sent me a number of photos of my mother smiling and happy. I experienced the same thing whenever I would visit.) Additionally, family members and friends would visit at night, even over night, and during the day. I realize however, that no matter how caring and well-meaning, some people are not in the position to do that. My mother always gave me positive feedback on staff. While some have questioned the medical staff at the HH, I have found that the biggest problem may be the aides (while a number are very good, or good, others can be horrible). But there is supervision at the HH and you can complain. (Just make sure your complaint is confidential in case the aide hears about it and is tempted to retaliate.) It can get even trickier with home health aides because they can lie to you on the phone while offering inferior care and abusing your loved one when alone with him or her at home. I found this especially problematic for aides that work 24/7 (no matter how experienced). One reason may be that they are only paid for 13 of the 24 hours per day they are at the house. (My understanding is that Medicaid pays for 13 not 24.) This can be tenuous in the long run if your loved one is up at night and tends to wander, or needs additional care during the night. Whether your loved one is at home or in a long-term care facility, it is important to be hands-on, watchful and visit as much as possible, if possible.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
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