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NEW APPROACH TAKEN AT AGM OF DONEGAL CARE OF THE AGED

first_imgThe Annual General Meeting of the Care of the Aged Committees was held recently at St. Joseph’s Hospital, Stranorlar.A new approach was introduced at this meeting with information stands available to the Care of the Aged Committees.These stands included the following: Fair Deal – Nursing Home Support SchemeAlzheimer`sCitizens InformationGood Morning Service Elder Abuse Social Worker.Psychiatry of Old Age.Carers Development Officer Continence CareGrant Aid Agreement Application Forms For Funding, 2015A total of 19 Committees were present on the night and there were 48 attendees in total. . The AGM was organised by Susie Houston, Staff Officer, Older Peoples Services under the Service Manager, Gwen Mooney.Susie stated “This was the first time that we have had information stands available at the AGM of The Care Of The Aged Committees.“The feedback we have received has indicated that attendees felt this was a positive development and contributed towards and enjoyable and informative evening.“Therefore this is a practice that we hope to continue at future AGM’s. A special thank you goes to Kathleen Doherty, Director of Nursing at St. Joseph`s Hospital, Stranorlar and her staff for the use of the dining room area and in particular for the tea, coffee and sandwiches provided on the night.’ NEW APPROACH TAKEN AT AGM OF DONEGAL CARE OF THE AGED was last modified: September 22nd, 2014 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)last_img
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Infosys Arm Wins Deal to Digitise Canadian Procurement System

first_imgInfosys Public Services on Monday said it won a $62-million (Rs 451 crore) deal to digitize Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) for modernizing and automating its processes.“Infosys Public Services (IPS) is working with global professional services firm Ernst & Young and German software major SAP (Canada) to digitize PSPC procurement system by implementing and managing cloud-based electronic procurement solution,” said the city-based IT firm in a statement here.Read it at Voice Online Related Itemslast_img read more

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1 Green Bay Packers 10 Shift ▲2 Hi 1 Lo 3 C

first_img1. Green Bay Packers (1-0)Shift: ▲2Hi: 1Lo: 3Comment: We already knew how good QB Aaron Rodgers was, but how about that much maligned Packer defense? — MorganNext: at Atlanta (Sunday night)2. Kansas City Chiefs(1-0)Shift: ▲5Hi: 1Lo: 3Comment: The Chiefs looked better than any team in Week 1 and are loaded with offensive weapons. Losing Eric Berry hurts though. — MarottaNext: vs. Philadelphia (Sunday)3. Pittsburgh Steelers (1-0)Shift: ▲1Hi: 1Lo: 7Comment: Bell looked he was playing in the preseason; ground game vs. Browns 17 carries for 35 yards. — JureckiNext: vs. Minnesota (Sunday) 25. Houston Texans (0-1)Shift: ▼9Hi: 20Lo: 27Comment: Benched QB Tom Savage for Deshaun Watson. Duane Brown is still holding out, O-line gave up 10 sacks. — JureckiNext: at Cincinnati (Thursday night)26. Buffalo Bills (1-0)Shift: ▲1Hi: 25Lo: 27Comment: Enjoy your time atop the AFC East, Buffalo. — MarottaNext: at Carolina (Sunday)27. Cincinnati Bengals (0-1)Shift: ▼7Hi: 26Lo: 28Comment: The foundation for any successful season: getting shut out at home to begin the year. — LapinskiNext: vs. Houston (Thursday night)28. Chicago Bears (0-1)Shift: ▲1Hi: 27Lo: 29Comment: Mike Glennon was decent in the opener and had a chance to win at the end of the game. — JureckiNext: at Tampa Bay (Sunday)29. Cleveland Browns (0-1)Shift: ▲1Hi: 28Lo: 30Comment: Competitive vs. Steelers, they are going to be better this year. — BurnsNext: at Baltimore (Sunday)30. San Francisco 49ers (0-1)Shift: ▲1Hi: 29Lo: 31Comment: The 49ers’ offense is an ocular affront. — MorganNext: at Seattle (Sunday)31. Indianapolis Colts (0-1)Shift: ▲1Hi: 30Lo: 32Comment: The Colts without Andrew Luck are about as useful as a car without wheels. Or doors. Or an engine. — LapinskiNext: vs. Arizona (Sunday) 32. New York Jets (0-1)Shift: —Hi: 31Lo: 32Comment: If I’m Sam Darnold, I’m looking for another sport to play. — LapinskiNext: at Oakland (Sunday) 18. Arizona Cardinals (0-1)Shift: ▼9Hi: 17Lo: 20Comment: I’m trying to convince myself they can still be okay this year. It’s not going well. — BurnsNext: at Indianapolis (Sunday)19. Jacksonville Jaguars (1-0)Shift: ▲7Hi: 17Lo: 21Comment: Calais Campbell’s four year, $60 million contract looked good on Sunday when he posted four sacks. — MorganNext: vs. Tennessee (Sunday)20. Los Angeles Rams (1-0)Shift: ▲8Hi: 17Lo: 22Comment: Jared Goff passed the eye test, the defense had 2 touchdowns and a safety. — JureckiNext: vs. Washington (Sunday)21. Miami Dolphins (0-0)Shift: ▲2Hi: 17Lo: 24Comment: Going 16 weeks without a bye is tough. — BurnsNext: at Los Angeles Chargers (Sunday)22. New Orleans Saints (0-1)Shift: ▼3Hi: 20Lo: 24Comment: Does Adrian Peterson have anything left? Going back to ’16, he’s averaging 2.0 YPC in his last four games. — MarottaNext: vs. New England (Sunday)23. Washington Redskins (0-1)Shift: ▼2Hi: 18Lo: 25Comment: Pryor dropped the opening play of the game, and had another drop in the fourth quarter. — JureckiNext: at Los Angeles Rams (Sunday)24. Los Angeles Chargers (0-1)Shift: —Hi: 21Lo: 26Comment: The Chargers have few fans in Los Angeles. They didn’t help the cause with that bizarre two-minute drill in Denver. — MorganNext: vs. Miami (Sunday) 4. Oakland Raiders (1-0)Shift: ▲2Hi: 2Lo: 6Comment: Lynch was a clock killer in the 4th quarter. Impressive win. — BurnsNext: vs. New York Jets (Sunday)5. New England Patriots (0-1)Shift: ▼4Hi: 2Lo: 7Comment: It’s one week. And the Brady/Belichick Pats have a history of winning Super Bowls after starting 0-1 and/or losing to KC. — LapinskiNext: at New Orleans Sunday6. Dallas Cowboys (1-0)Shift: ▲2Hi: 4Lo: 6Comment: The Elliot news changes the dynamic but I still think they’re going to regress. — BurnsNext: at Denver (Sunday)7. Atlanta Falcons (1-0)Shift: ▼2Hi: 3Lo: 8Comment: Managed to hold on to a fourth quarter lead this time. Barely. — LapinskiNext: vs. Green Bay (Sunday)8. Seattle Seahawks (0-1)Shift: ▼6Hi: 7Lo: 10Comment: Packers were able to stop the run, Russell Wilson led the Seahawks in rushing. — JureckiNext: vs. San Francisco (Sunday)9. Philadelphia Eagles (1-0)Shift: ▲6Hi: 8Lo: 15Comment: The Eagles snapped a five-game skid against the Redskins dating to Sept. 9, 2014. — MorganNext: at Kansas City (Sunday)10. Minnesota Vikings (1-0)Shift: ▲7Hi: 10Lo: 13Comment: Bradford chucking the ball deep and Cook making AP a temporary afterthought. — BurnsNext: at Pittsburgh (Monday) 11. Denver Broncos (1-0)Shift: ▲1Hi: 8Lo: 16Comment: If Trevor Siemian can continue to play like he did Monday, this will be a playoff team. Big if though. — MarottaNext: vs. Dallas (Sunday)12. Baltimore Ravens (1-0)Shift: ▲10Hi: 9Lo: 15Comment: T Sizzle reportedly told Tony Jefferson “You were born to be a Raven.” — BurnsNext: vs. Cleveland (Sunday)13. Carolina Panthers (1-0)Shift: ▲2Hi: 10Lo: 15Comment: I’d make Luke Kuechly a two-way player and put him at tight end. — MarottaNext: vs. Buffalo (Sunday)14. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (0-0)Shift: ▼1Hi: 11Lo: 18Comment: Irma made everyone wait a week to find out how real this Bucs team is. — MorganNext: vs. Chicago (Sunday)15. Detroit Lions (1-0)Shift: ▼1Hi: 12Lo: 16Comment: That has to be the worst special teams performance by a winning team in years. — LapinskiNext: at New York Giants (Monday night)16. Tennessee Titans (0-1)Shift: ▼5Hi: 12Lo: 21Comment: Lost at home to the Raiders, scored only 16 points. Mariota still taking hits. — JureckiNext: at Jacksonville (Sunday)17. New York Giants (0-1)Shift: ▼5Hi: 13Lo: 23Comment: Without OBJ, Eli just looks like the kid whose parents make him play football so he can meet new friends. — LapinskiNext: vs. Detroit (Monday night) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 2 Comments   Share   With the win, the Chiefs bounced up to No. 2 in this week’s rankings and the Patriots fell to No. 5.But it’s the Green Bay Packers taking over this week’s top spot. After debuting at No. 3, the Packers took apart the Seattle Seahawks at Lambeau Field, sacking Russell Wilson three times and making life generally hard on Seattle’s already-challenged offense in a 17-9 win.Here’s the rest of this week’s NFL Power Rankings from ArizonaSports.com.Ties will go to the team that receives the majority of higher rankings from our panel.Week 2 Composite BallotBurns | Jurecki | Lapinski | Marotta | Morgan Biggest Riser: Baltimore Ravens ▲10Biggest Faller(s): Arizona Cardinals, Houston Texans ▼9 One week in and there’s already been a shakeup in the Arizona Sports NFL Power Rankings.Of course, most of that shakeup was caused by Kansas City’s dismantling of the New England Patriots in the season’s first game last Thursday night. Alex Smith turned in one of the best performances of his career with 368 yards and four touchdowns and the world got introduced to Kareem Hunt. The third-round pick out of Toledo rolled up 246 yards from scrimmage and visited the end zone three times in the Chiefs’ triumph over last week’s unanimous No. 1 team. Top Stories last_img read more