In the World of Winooski: Small Business Saturday and Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program 11/24/2015
Host and Mayor Seth Leonard highlights the upcoming Small Business Saturday on November 28th. He then speaks with Amila Merdzanovic, Director of Vermont Field Office, Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program.
For more information on the Refugee Resettlement Program visit: http://www.refugees.org/about-us/where-we-work/vrrp/
Vermont Health Care Innovation Project: Session 2: Integrated Communities Care Management Learning Collaborative 11/17/2015
This learning session is Lauran Hardin, MSN, RN-BC, CNL, Director of Complex Care at Mercy Health in Grand Rapids, MI. Lauran is an inspiring leader with a passion for meeting the needs of people with complex health conditions. Among other honors, she has received an Innovation Grant from Trinity Health, and was awarded the National Clinical Nurse Leader Vanguard award from the American Association of Colleges of Nursing in January 2015. Her presentation, “Preparing to Deliver Integrated Care Management Across Organizations,” will include information on identifying a lead care coordinator, conducting root cause analysis for people with complex needs, convening a cross-organization care team, and conducting care conferences.
The Integrated Communities Care Management Learning Collaborative supports participating communities in implementing promising interventions to improve cross-organizational care management. Throughout the year-long Learning Collaborative, there will be opportunities to share ideas with national experts, community leaders, front-line care management staff, state policymakers, and quality improvement facilitators.
In recognition of the 70th anniversary of the end of WWII and Veterans Day, please join us for a conversation and stories from WWII veterans living locally here in Vermont. During the event, veterans will discuss their military experiences as well as their return to civilian life after the war.
For More Info Visit: http://ccv.edu/calendar/ or call CCV-Winooski at 802-654-0505.
CCV serves more than 600 veterans and military-connected students each year, and is committed to honoring their service and providing essential services to meet their needs. The Veteran and Military Services team offers a range of support services, including professional tutoring, specialized career services, and access to VA Vet Center services. Enhanced services for military veterans at CCV are funded by the J. Warren and Lois McClure Foundation, Bari and Peter Dreissigacker, Dave Stiller, and the Vermont Community Foundation.
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