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November 20, 2018

Tim Golden, BrightStar Care

Celebrating the Holiday’s

Happy Thanksgiving!
Merry Christmas!
Happy New Year!

Yes, it’s that time of year again when we eagerly anticipate joyful holiday greetings.

Paige Havens

Gwinnett’s Concussion Institute is changing lives

As concussion research continues to expand beyond athletes and sports injuries, there is growing evidence that these traumatic brain injuries are linked to a multitude of populations that experience a complete change in life trajectory as a result of undiagnosed or improperly treated injuries. Traumatic brain injury is associated with multiple, often overwhelming, challenges that can derail the person’s efforts to live a healthy, productive life.

Fall is my favorite time of year

Fall is my favorite time of year. I love the cooler temperatures, the changing leaves, everything pumpkin, and most of all, I love Thanksgiving! I love Thanksgiving because it makes me realize that there is so much to be thankful for, especially my family, my friends, and my loyal customers.

Carol Wood

For educators: How to foster critical thinking skills in students

As an educator, I have always been interested in teaching critical thinking skills to students and believe it is important to teach them HOW to think, not WHAT to think! I have observed students who developed this ability somewhat naturally, whereas, others had to work to develop critical thinking abilities.

Marlene Ratledge Buchanen

Hey Y’all | Savannah and its friendly ghosts

It was a dark and stormy night on the lonely, haunted cobblestone streets of Savannah. During the Revolutionary War, many soldiers on both sides of the battle were killed. The townspeople could not bury them fast enough.

8 Benefits of Caregiver Support Groups

You’re not alone in this
Caregiving is a tough and isolating experience. But caregiver support groups are filled with people in similar situations. Finally! People who fully understand what you’re going through!

Rev. Robert Thompson

“Giving Thanks; a Spiritual Exercise”

The Season of Thanksgiving is upon us. We will be encouraged just to “be thankful” and just “give thanks,” but to whom and for what? Being thankful necessitates several things; the first is that there is a need, the second is that the need is supplied and lastly, giving thanks to the one responsible for responding to the need, supplying relief.

Charlotte J. Nash

Unspeakable gratitude for public safety professionals

Flags flew at half-staff over the State Capitol and throughout Gwinnett County in late October. Memorials poured in and people lined the procession route after the funeral for Gwinnett Police Officer Antwan Toney. He was shot dead while investigating a suspicious vehicle. He had been with the police department since October 2015.