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Breast Cancer 5 Days of FREE Bootcamp Group

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Robert Green
Robert Green

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Here at Crystal Optical, we love meeting new patients. Part of easing your concerns is explaining what you can expect from our practice. When you are new to our office, we put in the effort to provide you with a positive and comforting experience. Once you have been with us for a while, you can continue to expect the highest level of service. We focus on providing quality optical care, excellent customer service, and a relaxing environment to maintain a lasting patient relationship. We consider your first visit the start of a long-term relationship with you.




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The Hi-Star Center for Children is a private special education day school, serving students with severe language/communication, learning and behavioral needs. Hi-Star is an academically based program which incorporates language acquisition skills into the daily curriculum, along with a structured behavior management program. Hi-Star works with students in Kindergarten through Middle School.


Hi-Star was established in August 1990, and began with two classrooms, 15 students and 7 employees. In June of 2004, Hi-Star moved into its current building located on the southeast corner of 43rd Ave & Bethany Home Rd. Hi-Star currently works with over 20 local school districts, provides elementary special education instruction, and employees 25 staff members. Many of the staff members have worked together for over 35 years, including the owners/directors Kristin Texada, MA, SLP, CCC and Susan Sorgen-Jones, MS.


Hi-Star has an overall program for children between the ages of 5 ad 14. For more information, please follow the links above. Hi-Star incorporates many evidence-based practices into the students' daily educational program. These may include, but not be limited to: Prompting, Reinforcement (verbal/tangible), Time Delay/Fading, Task Analysis and Chaining, Shaping, Functional Behavioral Assessment, Parent Training, Differential Reinforcement, Pivotal Response Training, Response Interruption & Redirection, Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support, Extinction and Social Skills groups. We also feel the daily classroom schedule is an integral component of the educational program; along with the personal relationships that develop between the teacher and student, and student to student relationships.


Hi-Star is a highly structured, language-based program, with speech/ language/ communication opportunities being provided to our students throughout the day. Language activities are embedded in the students entire day at Hi-Star. Students are exposed to high levels of vocabulary and language; being cued, modeled, prompted and encouraged to use this vocabulary when speaking using complete sentences, phrases, word utterances/approximations, pictures, sign language, and/or communication devices. We work with the student's current language/communication skills and abilities; while also having high expectations for their skills and abilities to improve and increase. This is done in a classroom integrated model, which allows for constant and continued exposure to language/communication; allowing for more opportunities for language instruction, practice, remediation, and generalization.


General music classes are provided once a week. Students have the opportunity to learn new songs, practice rhythms and beats, and learn about various instruments. Students also have the opportunity to participate in the Hi-Star Choir.


A certified speech pathologist is on staff, and provides consultation services for small group instruction within the classroom settings; pull-out therapy is considered on individual student needs. In general, speech and language therapy is set up on an integrated classroom model at each level.


This program is provided twice weekly to each classroom level with opportunities to participate in small group directed exercise classes, yoga activities, age appropriate board games, and simplified team sports. It is designed to develop and expand overall motor skills and social interaction skills.


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Anti-Allergen Complete Seal captures and traps 99.9%* of dust and allergens. Easy to use with 2 floor modes for carpets and hard floors, swivel steering and LED headlights.


Attach one of the included tools in portable mode to tackle everyday cleaning tasks with ease. Easily refresh sofas, cushions, curtains and soft furnishings with the Multi-Surface Tool, with detachable bristles to lift tough dirt. Vacuum skirting boards and reach into narrow spaces with the slim Crevice Tool.


Extra-long reach - With a stretch hose and long 8m power cord you can reach up to 10.76m for effortless whole-home cleaning. Easily move around furniture with swivel steering. Powerful LED headlights help to illuminate hidden dust.


This bagless vacuum cleaner also provides extra assurance to those with allergies. Anti-Allergen Complete Seal captures and traps 99.9% of dust and allergens inside the vacuum, not releasing them back into the air you breathe*.


High crop yields and unusual weather often leave hard-to-handle crop residue conditions. These include: crops not harvested due to hail, severe frost or other damage; * lodged or snow-flattened crops not picked up by the windrower or combine; crops producing heavy residues such as viny pea crops, sunflowers and flax; *very tall stubble left by straight-cut or stripper-header operations.


This report provides government and industry staff with up-to date information, methodologies, and approaches to direct the preparation and review of documents and applications required under the Environmental Protection and Enhancement Act. It will assist in the development of guidelines and operating procedures.


Definitions and objectives of air pollutant emission inventories are given. The elements of effective management and planning of inventories are reviewed. A review of emission inventories for Alberta of acidifying emissions, including sulphur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and ammonia, is conducted. From these inventories, trends of sulphur dioxide and oxides of nitrogen emissions are analyzed for the province. Current and planned work in the area of acidifying emission inventories is outlined.


This report is an initial attempt to understand why fecal coliforms, copper, zinc, lead and iron do not meet Prairie Provinces Water Board Objectives on some occasions in the Red Deer River at Bindloss, Alberta, the PPWB long-term monitoring site.


Streambed oxygen demand (SOD) is thought to account for a significant fraction of the total oxygen demand in the Athabasca River in the winter. SOD was sampled in the Athabasca River from October 1994 to March 1995 with objectives of obtaining a series of measurements from upstream of Hinton to the Calling River area, and investigation temporal change in SOD at key sites.


This study delineates flood hazard areas and determines design flood levels along the Bow River and Exshaw Creek through Municipal District of Bighorn, including Exshaw. The study area includes an approximate 15 km reach of the Bow River and an approximate 1 km reach of Exshaw Creek. The design discharge for the Bow River ranges from 728 m/s at the upstream study extent to 762 m/s at the downstream extent. The design discharge for Exshaw Creek is 14.3 m/s. The study was prepared in February 1996. Flood information available after study completion may not be reflected in the current flood hazard study report or flood hazard mapping.


Represents the findings of a public fatality inquiry into the death of Daryl Bradford Pitman, including determination of the date, time, place and circumstances of the death. See the usage considerations section of this record for more information about public fatality inquiries.


Represents the findings of a public fatality inquiry into the death of Ri Hui Luo, including determination of the date, time, place and circumstances of the death. See the usage considerations section of this record for more information about public fatality inquiries. 041b061a72


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