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Archive for March 2015

Beech Care Is Hiring In Mesa, Arizona

WHAT WE DO Our job is simple; to make sure that every person who needs assistance regarding home health, home care, and case management is taken care of and properly educated. We create solutions and assist people with the whole continum of the management of their disease from providing in home caregiving to complex case…

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San Bernardino defends CalPERS payment plan in bankruptcy

BY DALE KASLER DKASLER@SACBEE.COM 03/16/2015 9:51 AM 03/16/2015 7:52 PM Defending its plan to fully repay its debts to CalPERS, the bankrupt city of San Bernardino has asked a judge to dismiss a lawsuit by creditors demanding equal treatment. The city’s motion is the latest chapter in the ongoing saga over public pensions in California…

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Home Care Services Helps Keep Seniors In Their Homes

Ed. Note: The following content was provided by Home Care Services Santa Clarita, who is a client of KHTS AM-1220.  Home Care Services Santa Clarita is helping SCV seniors stay in their homes not only by offering professional caregiving services, but also through their brand new Caregiver Resource Center designed to help community members caring…

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Social Security Matters

Written by C.J. MilesCategory: National NewsPublished: 11 March 2015 Washington, DC – Social Security Matters by AMAC’s Certified Social Security Advisor C.J. Miles Association of Mature American Citizens: QUESTION: I will be 66 in a few months. I went ahead and filed for Social Security because I already retired from my job and needed the…

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CalPERS’ Asset Allocation as of Jan. 31

BY: TIMOTHY POLLARD PUBLISHED: MARCH 10, 2015 As of Jan. 31, CalPERS’ $293 billion portfolio was invested across 10 asset classes outlined by the fund. Public equities accounted for 52.6% of the portfolio, down from 54.2% in January 2014. Fixed income was the second largest allocation (18.9%), up from 14.9% from a year ago —…

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Hunlock Creek Woman Honored for Helping Others

BOB KALINOWSKI, STAFF WRITER Published: March 10, 2015   LUZERNE — Ramona Bevan has been taking care of others since she started baby sitting at age 14. She comforted her father as he died of lung cancer, and helped several other family members as they battled the disease. In recent years, she survived two bouts…

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Woman with developmental disability saves caregiver’s life

By LaMar HollidayPublished: March 3, 2015, 5:53 pm Updated: March 4, 2015, 12:01 pm HUNTERTOWN, Ind. (WANE) – Angie Steel usually relies on her caregiver, but on the morning of February 19, the roles would change. The Huntertown Fire Department would honor her with her heroic actions on that day. Angie heard a loud noise,…

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