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Assorted Law-Related Comic Book Materials Law-Related Series Daredevil (Marvel Comics): http://marvel.com/comics/Daredevil: This dramatic series features an attorney in a small firm as the lead character, with prominent supporting characters also in the legal field. Courtroom and law office scenes are common, but not the focus of the series. Sensational She-Hulk (Marvel Comics): 1989-1994, http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Sensational_She-Hulk/Covers: This humorous series features a lead character as a prosecuting attorney. Supporting characters include her legal secretary (a former golden age hero). Courtroom and law office scenes are common, but not the focus of the series. She-Hulk (Marvel Comics): 2004-2009, http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Category:SheHulk_Vol_1, http://marvel.wikia.com/wiki/Category:She-Hulk_Vol_2 Often lighthearted, but more serious than their predecessor, these series find the lead character moving to a large private firm specializing in superhuman law. Rather than just serving as a background, law is often the focus of the series, and even though fictional, well written and solid. The supporting cast is largely comprised of typical firm employees, including runners, clerks, library paraprofessionals, and secretaries.
Housetrends Magazine, an affiliate of Reach USA, is a home and garden magazine with locations in five markets: Cincinnati, Columbus, Dayton, Pittsburgh and Tampa. Each city was chosen for its own unique sense of style and regional personality. Every Housetrends issue displays the vibrancy and creativity of the market’s community of residents and home and & garden professionals. Housetrends.com is a home and garden website that provides an interactive extension of the Housetrends Magazine. Housetrends Magazine and Housetrends.com has an exciting opportunity on our Cincinnati Sales Team for a highly motivated sales professional anxious for growth and opportunity. Job Description: Creating relationships with professionals in the residential home and garden industry. Sales networking with industry associations to create viable client base. Sales prospecting for new residential home and garden industry based potential clients. Generating sales through cold calling to create ongoing new sales opportunities. Maintaining sales reports. Collecting and maintaining client collection. Skills, Knowledge and Abilities: 2-5 years outside sales experience. Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Proficient with Microsoft Office products including Excel and Powerpoint. Social media experience. Benefits: Compensation includes base plus sales commission. Medical insurance Dental insurance Life AD&D insurance 401K
To nurture toward compassion, to balance toward wholeness, to challenge toward excellence and achievement — these are the goals to which the Waldorf School of Garden City aspires. Based on the insights of Rudolf Steiner and enriched by the diversity of our community, our methods of teaching reflect an understanding of the growing child and acknowledge the spiritual origins of humanity. At A Glance Founded: 1947 Grades: Nursery through Grade 12 Enrollment: 350 Number of Faculty and Staff: 86 Number of Graduates: 1,037 Garden City Campus: 10-acres Extension Campus: 250-acres at Camp Glen Brook in ON THE COVER: As part of their studies in American History and Civics, Waldorf's 8th grade class went on a 3-day trip to Washington D.C. and met with Congresswoman Carolyn McCarthy (top row, second from right.) Photo courtesy of Rep. McCarthy's Office. Marlborough, New Hampshire Accredited by: The Association of Waldorf Schools of North America (AWSNA) and the New York State Association of Independent Schools (NYSAIS) The Waldorf Magazine is published annually by the Waldorf School of Garden City for nearly 3,000 alumni, parents and friends around the world. The Waldorf Magazine welcomes reader observations and letters: call (516) 742-3434 ext. 311, fax (516) 742-3457 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr. Kevin Badii and the team of dental professionals at Badii Orthodontics and California Kids Dental & Orthodontics have your smile covered. With eight practices conveniently located around Southern California, our orthodontic specialists offer treatment for all ages in a neighborhood near you. Our pediatric dental specialists are skilled in a range of procedures and perform both restorative and preventative dental care for infants, children, and teens, including free school screenings. “We always say, ‘prevention is the best treatment.’ This treatment philosophy factors into everything we do, every day in our practice,” says Dr. Badii. Badii Orthodontics and California Kids Dental & Orthodontics have grown purely from word of mouth and doctor referrals because the doctors take the time to listen to and educate each patient. Each practice fosters a fun and friendly environment, while focusing on the patient’s comfort. Some locations even offer separate areas for adults, complete with video games, movies and big screen televisions. How else does Dr. Badii make dentistry fun? “We always have office and online games and contests with really cool prizes,” he says. Dental care is our passion, and like a smile, that’s just something you can’t fake. “Your smile is our passion!”
Twelve Great Story Ideas 1. Dental Care for the Baby ONE dental visit when there’s ONE tooth can equal ZERO cavities. 2. Cosmetic and Restorative Dentistry New treatments to enhance or restore a child’s smile. Half of American children get cavities – Learn best treatment choices for children. 3. Behavior Guidance Parents should exercise important rights as partners in dental decisions. 4. Diet and Dental Health It’s not what children eat, but how often, and candy can be OK if children are conscientious. 5. Fluoride Fluoride not only helps prevent tooth decay, it cures beginning cavities. 6. How to Select a Dentist How pediatric dentists are different from general dentists. 7. Dental Care for the Preschooler Tips for parents on a great dental visit. 8. Dental Care for School-Age Children & Sealants A count down to dental health: Five steps to a cavity-free child. Sealants: The invisible protector and the best-kept secret in the dental office. 9. Dental Care for the Teenager Why teens may get their first cavity at the same time they get a driver’s license. 10. Children at Risk Twenty-five percent of our nation’s children have 80 percent of the cavities. 11. Dental Care for Special-Needs Children & Adults Every person can enjoy a healthy smile and benefit from preventive dentistry. 12. Sports Safety & Dental Emergency How to keep children off the “injured list.” What to do when a child has had a tooth knocked out. The American Academy of Pediatric Dentistry (AAPD), founded in 1947, is an organization of more than 8,000 dedicated professionals with special training in children’s oral health. Pediatric dentists and their staff work in a pediatric environment because they enjoy working with children. Pediatric dentists are advocates for children.
Your child is unique and special to us, and appointment times are reserved exclusively for each patient. Out of respect to you and your busy schedule, we reserve this specific time slot for your child’s care, and make every effort to see them at that appointed time. We appreciate your promptness and ask that you not change your appointment unless absolutely necessary. If you do need to change an appointment, we ask that you give us at least 48 hours notice so that we may make the time slot available to another patient. We realize that unexpected things can happen, but ask for you assistance with this regard. Preschool children and young children with extensive treatment needs should be seen in the morning, since they are fresher and we may work more slowly with them to maintain a good dental experience. Dental appointments are an excused absence. Missing school can be kept to a minimum when regular dental care is maintained.
DENTAL HISTORY Reason for today’s visit: _________________________________________________________ Has your child ever seen a dentist? ____YES ____NO Child’s previous/referring dentist: __________________________________________________ Date of last dental visit: _____________ Were x-rays taken? ____YES ____NO Date of last dental cleaning: __________ Has your child had any unpleasant dental experience? ____YES ____NO If yes,explain:__________________________________________________________________ Does you child have any mouth habits? ____Thumb or Finger Sucking ____Pacifier Does your child use a bottle or nurse? ____YES ____NO At what age discontinued?________ Does your child take a bottle or sippy cup at bedtime or for naps? ____YES ____NO Has your child ever had trauma to his/her teeth? ____YES ____NO I understand that the information I have given is true and correct to the best of my knowledge, and it will be held in the strictest of confidence. I also understand that it is my responsibility to inform this office of any changes in my child’s medical status. Parent or Guardian’s Signature: ___________________________________ Date: ___/___/___ *****Scanned Copy Serves as an Original*****
Dear Parents, Welcome and thank you for selecting our practice for your child’s dental care. Enclosed with this letter, you will find information that will help us and you prepare for your child’s first office visit. What to Expect: A few words about your child’s first visit…we would like the first visit to be as pleasant as possible. Often, parents and their child do not know what to expect, therefore it is not unusual for both parents and children to be a little apprehensive about the first dental visit. Hopefully, by letting you know how we do things ahead of time; it will make the visit a bit more relaxing. At the initial visit, our goal is to provide a comprehensive exam and diagnosis and to begin preventive dental care with tooth-brushing instructions, teeth cleaning, and fluoride application. As part of the examination, we often take cavity detecting x-rays and occasionally other x-rays to evaluate the health and growth of your child’s teeth. After the examination, your child’s dental health and needs will be discussed with you. Each child is different and we understand this. We will customize your appointment according to your child’s age, needs, and cooperation level. We do not believe in pushing children beyond their ability for treatment.