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Partners In Independence

Author: Edwin Eames
Publisher: Barkleigh Productions Incorporated
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The gentle guide dog leading a blind human partner through a busy matrix of crowded streets is surely a familiar sight. Less familiar, but just as quietly dramatic are the hearing and service dogs brightening quality of life for the deaf, hard of hearing and physically disabled who choose to be an active part of the world around them.

Partners For Life

Author: Jane Bidder
Publisher: Orion Publishing Company
ISBN: 9780752847474
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'Partners for Life' tells the stories of twelve disabled people whose CPI-trained dogs are for them in extraordinary ways making their lives happier and more fulfilled.CPI is a registered charity that helps disabled people to enjoy greater independence with the help of specially trained dogs. CPI dogs are among the most specialised and highly skilled dogs in the world, capable of responding to over 100 commands from calling a lift and withdrawing cash from a cash-point to taking prescriptions to the chemists. All royalties from the sale of this book will be donated to CPI.

S Nvq Level 3 Promoting Independence

Author: Yvonne Nolan
Publisher: Heinemann
ISBN: 9780435456436
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Candidates can now take a specialist route through their NVQ in order to work with the elderly or those with special needs. This title is specially written for these candidates.

Financial Independence For Women

Author: Vered Neta
Publisher: Morgan James Publishing
ISBN: 1614484988
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“Timeless and priceless . . . gives valuable insight and explains the difference between risk taking and creating true financial freedom step by step” (Roy Martina, MD, author of the bestseller Emotional Balance). Over the last century, women have achieved a lot. They have gotten out of the house, created a career, accumulated wealth on their own (as opposed to inheriting it), climbed up the corporate ladder, and gained political power. On the other hand, when it comes to money, many women are living either in denial, complete unconsciousness, or painful self-doubt. The financial crisis has broken all the rules about money, and the world is looking to women for leadership. But before we can bring change to this arena, we need to get a handle on our relationship with money. Financial Independence for Women is about waking up, taking action, and moving forward. Leading success trainer Vered Neta presents a step-by-step guide to taking control of your money in just six weeks. By discovering the obstacles that keep us from financial success and how to break through them, we can reach financial independence and become role models for ourselves, our daughters, and our world. “Vered Neta dispels the myth of the ‘damsel in distress’ scenario and delivers the necessary tools to take charge of your financial destiny, no matter who or what comes into your life.” —Dr. Charlyn Belluzzo, author of Authentic Sensual Living

Issues In Accounting Administration And Corporate Governance 2013 Edition

Publisher: ScholarlyEditions
ISBN: 1490108351
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Issues in Accounting, Administration, and Corporate Governance: 2013 Edition is a ScholarlyEditions™ book that delivers timely, authoritative, and comprehensive information about Logistics. The editors have built Issues in Accounting, Administration, and Corporate Governance: 2013 Edition on the vast information databases of ScholarlyNews.™ You can expect the information about Logistics in this book to be deeper than what you can access anywhere else, as well as consistently reliable, authoritative, informed, and relevant. The content of Issues in Accounting, Administration, and Corporate Governance: 2013 Edition has been produced by the world’s leading scientists, engineers, analysts, research institutions, and companies. All of the content is from peer-reviewed sources, and all of it is written, assembled, and edited by the editors at ScholarlyEditions™ and available exclusively from us. You now have a source you can cite with authority, confidence, and credibility. More information is available at

Financial Independence Getting To Point X

Author: John J. Vento
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118526384
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Discover the ten key issues to achieving your financial goals and how to use them to realize your dream of financial independence From saving to purchase a first car, to putting kids through college to planning for retirement, to preserving your estate for your loved ones, our financial goals change from one stage of life to the next. While those goals and the challenges we face in achieving them may differ, all of them have certain things in common. Saving, budgeting, managing debt, minimizing taxes and living within your means. These are a few of the 10 Key Wealth Management Issues which come into play (to varying degrees) when working toward specific financial goals. But there's one goal for which success relies on all ten keys coming together in perfect harmony: financial independence, also known as "Point X." No matter how you define it—whether it's a retirement income of $25,000 a year, or an estate worth $250 million—your future financial independence requires that you deal effectively with all ten key issues. And now this book shows you how to get it done, along with the guidance of a trusted advisor. Supplies you with a complete roadmap for arriving at "Point X," financial independence with key milestones and important twists and turns clearly defined Identifies the 10 key wealth management issues and offers priceless advice and guidance on negotiating each on your road to financial independence Provides you with both success and failure stories so you can learn from others' real life experiences Provides you with tax planning facts and strategies within the wealth management issues that will show you how to minimize your most significant expense and at the same time maximize your savings on the road to your "Point X"

Violent Partners

Author: Linda G. Mills
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 0786731877
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In this groundbreaking book, Linda Mills—feminist, scholar, activist, and survivor—challenges the prevailing orthodoxies and maps out a plan to change domestic abuse treatment programs. Drawing on case studies and research from her abuse prevention programs, Mills reveals that intimate abuse is far more complex than we realize, and develops a program for healing that engages everyone caught up in a violent dynamic. Essential reading for therapists, couples, public health experts, and members of the criminal justice system, Violent Partners outlines a breakthrough approach to a major social problem.

In Quest Of The Mythical Mate

Author: Ellyn Bader
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134848331
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In Quest of the Mythical Mate presents a valuable and fertile developmental model for diagnosing and treating couples that is flexible enough to incorporate a wide variety of intervention strategies, yet purposeful enough to give a clear sense of direction to couples in distress. As such, this volume provides a powerful therapeutic approach for all professionals who treat couples.

Independence Movements In Subnational Island Jurisdictions

Author: Eve Hepburn
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1134904142
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The dynamics for any moves for political independence in the 21st century are very different from those of the 20th. The aspirations of former colonies to independence are grinding to a halt; the rationale for selfdetermination is increasingly driven by strategic and pragmatic economic arguments, and not so much by nationalist appeals. Meanwhile, creative governance, fiscal vicissitudes and membership of supra-national bodies have ushered in examples of ‘sovereign states’ that approximate suzerain entities. Are independence movements active today aspiring to a different kind of sovereignty from their 20th century predecessors, one that secures autonomy at home, but which maintains a special relationship with a larger, richer, country? This collection critically reviews the origins, policies and aspirations of independence movements from the world’s subnational island jurisdictions, where a distinct and separate geography tends to facilitate the emergence of an equally distinct political and cultural identity. These island territories are the world’s top candidates for achieving sovereign status. And yet various factors are preventing them from making the final push towards independence. This book was originally published as a special issue of Commonwealth and Comparative Politics