29th Annual West Virginia Addiction Training Institute
June 13-15, 2018
Holiday Inn University
Full Week $231, Daily $90
Applying for Nursing, Social CE, Counseling CE, Psychology CE, Addiction, LPC Ethics, Military and Addiction Session
Registration: Contact Swapna King, 304-598-6422, firstname.lastname@example.org
Today’s the day – we’re celebrating WVU’s first Day of Giving! Join us at the Health Sciences Market today for giveaways, events, and more from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.!
The fun doesn’t stop there – we’ve also got musical treats from our continuing Music at the Pylons concert series at the Pylons area from 12 p.m.!
We hope you come out and join us for this special day to give back.
Under new Medicare reimbursement rules, cognitive and functional assessments and care planning for individuals with Alzheimer’s disease and other cognitive impairment are covered. The Alzheimer’s Association has created a toolkit for physicians with materials on assessing older adults’ functioning, the severity of their condition, neuropsychiatric symptoms, their safety at home and in outside settings, and the kind and extent of available caregiving support.
Seven Spirit Halloween stores across West Virginia and the surrounding region are raising funds for the Child Life Program at WVU Medicine Children’s, including the Morgantown, Uniontown, and Bridgeport locations.
Spirit Halloween stores bring fun and funding to local hospitals at Halloween and all year long, through their Spirit of Children program. Their mission is to make hospitals less scary for kids through the support of the Child Life Programs in their local communities.
The money collected from customer donations helps Child Life educate and support children (and their families) while they are in the hospital for care. One hundred percent of every dollar donated from Spirit Halloween stores supports this program. Spirit Halloween stores have raised nearly $250,000 for WVU Medicine Children’s since 2009.
Local Spirit Halloween stores are hosting multiple fundraisers to raise critical funds for the WVU Medicine Children’s Child Life Program. Here are some of the ways you can help:
- Redeem this coupon to receive 10 percent off your purchase and have Spirit Halloween donate 10 percent to Child Life.
- Participate in the Zombie Walk on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the Meadowbrook Mall location.
- Attend the Halloween Dance Party and Costume Contest at the Spirit Halloween store in Morgantown on Saturday, Oct. 28. The event will feature DJ Jason Knight from WVAQ, food, fire jugglers, and more.
- Take your kids to meet characters, such as Peppa Pig, CatBoy, or some of the stars from the show Paw Patrol. Dates and times vary for each character and store location. Call or visit your local Spirit Halloween store for more details.
Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk
10/21/2017 from 10:00 AM – 01:00 PM
Event Location: WVU Student Rec Center, Morgantown
The American Cancer Society will hold its Making Strides Against Breast Cancer Walk on Saturday, Oct. 21, at the WVU Student Rec Center in Morgantown.
The WVU Cancer Institute is serving as a sponsor.
The event celebrates people who have battled breast cancer and raises awareness about prevention. It also raises money to help find a cure, and to support programs and services.
For more information, visit the event website.
The Bonnie Bus (mobile mammogram screenings) will be traveling around various counties starting today. For underinsured/uninsured
This is the link to their calendar http://wvucancer.org/calendar?filter=bonnie-s-bus-mobile-mammography-program#Upcoming