Rehab – NCSAPCB Mon, 21 Nov 2022 15:59:34 +0000 en-US hourly 1 Rehab – NCSAPCB 32 32 Reopening of an $80 million runway at Mississauga’s Pearson airport Mon, 21 Nov 2022 14:50:45 +0000

By Declan Finucane

Published on November 21, 2022 at 9:50 am

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A massive $80 million project to upgrade Mississauga Pearson’s second busiest runway was completed on time and on budget.

Runway 06L/24R, a three-kilometre-long east-west airstrip built in the 1960s, was officially reopened to aircraft during a ribbon cutting this morning (November 21) inside a shed at Pearson.

The badly worn runway was closed in April this year as work crews embarked on what is described as one of the largest runway rehabilitation projects in the history of Canada’s busiest airport .

The Greater Toronto Airports Authority (GTAA), which operates Pearson, said the runway was in desperate need of improvements to keep aircraft and passengers safe.

Canada’s Transport Minister Omar Alghabra joined representatives from the GTAA and others for the reopening of the track.

“This is a massive project that was completed on time and on budget,” Alghabra said, adding that it was “unusual to witness a groundbreaking and groundbreaking ” for such huge projects in the same year.

“Despite the problems of the past two years, airports like Pearson have kept Canadians connected…and projects like this are helping the aviation industry recover and improve.

GTAA officials and Canada’s Transport Minister Omar Alghabra officially reopened the rehabilitated runway today (November 21) at Pearson Airport.

Pearson President and CEO Deborah Flint also applauded those responsible for the project for bringing the massive project home on time, on budget and safely.

The rehabilitation project included a key resurfacing of the tarmac in addition to a “complete replacement and upgrade of runway and adjacent taxiway lighting,” the GTAA said.

Pearson Airport closed its second-busiest runway on April 4 for major repairs. The wear and tear on its concrete substructure from weather, use, and time made it necessary to repair the aging airstrip.

The airport adds that the significant works completed “will ensure the continued and safe operation of the airport and therefore the safety of passengers, employees and the communities we serve.”

According to the GTAA, the project will extend the life of the track by 30 years and also improve track safety.

The bonus, officials say, is the positive environmental impact. The runway overhaul should also help the airport reduce its carbon footprint.

According to the GTAA, “modern innovation and advanced planning” enabled Pearson to complete the project in just eight months, and with a more sustainable approach.

Additionally, “the project will include the use of recycled materials and the upgrade of 1,800 LED lights, which will help improve safety and reduce its carbon footprint,” the GTAA said in an earlier statement. “Other environmentally friendly construction practices include using crushed concrete from runway pavement removal for subbase and base materials, and recycling asphalt materials from milling on access roads near the runway.”

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Editorial: These Creatures Deserve Comfort Sat, 19 Nov 2022 06:19:21 +0000

Looking for a ready-made Christmas gift, then look no further than our regional animal rehabilitation shelter.

A corral full of creatures rescued by authorities following an animal cruelty investigation in Tyngsboro last month needs a place to call home.

The MSPCA’s Nevins Farm in Methuen said it would eventually try to house more than 40 animals, including 19 chickens, 15 ducks, five horses – including three of the miniature variety – two turkeys and a guinea fowl.

Their former owner, Adevalter Majesky, 50, of Tyngsboro, is facing two counts of animal cruelty following a joint investigation by Tyngsboro police and the police division officer. MSPCA law enforcement Tia Devallon at her property at 32 Willowdale Road.

Authorities were called to the address to investigate an injured pony, but reportedly discovered a seriously injured thoroughbred horse named Majeskana instead.

An incident report written by Devallon, available in Lowell District Court papers, says the horse, which had to be euthanized, was found with more than a dozen injuries to its body, including a severe laceration to the head, and had difficulty standing. .

Fortunately, most of the other seized animals appear healthy enough to survive their ordeal.

“We believe most animals will be rehabilitated and will be available for adoption after treatment,” Mike Keiley, director of adoption centers and programs for MSPCA-Angell, told the newspaper.

On the list of animals looking for a new place to live are two mixed-breed dogs, which Keiley says are “really special.”

“They used to live in horse stalls, but they have a great disposition and like to be around people,” he said. “It’s a great example of the resilience of animals and why we should cherish them.”

Keiley expects the ducks, chickens, turkeys and dogs to be available for adoption in the coming weeks.

He added that the three miniature horses – usually about half the height of a standard horse – tend to make great companions for children, families and other farm animals.

A loving environment in the home of an understanding person or adoptive family would help offset all the adversity these creatures have faced.

And with the holidays fast approaching, the gift of a happy and healthy future hopefully awaits many of them.

Anyone interested in adopting should apply at

We suggest keeping the two turkeys a secret until after Thanksgiving.

City Council Approves $13.5 Million for Rehabilitation to Save Lots of Grocery Stores on South and West Sides Wed, 16 Nov 2022 19:56:04 +0000

CHICAGO — Rehabilitations of six closed grocery stores on the South and West Sides will receive city dollars after a city council vote on Wednesday.

Alderpeople voted to allocate approximately $13.5 million in tax increment funding to Yellow Banana, which plans to lease and rehabilitate six Save A Lot stores in areas where many grocery stores have closed in recent years, leaving residents without essential sources of fresh food.

Yellow Banana operates 38 other Save A Lot stores across the United States, according to its website. In Chicago, the black-owned company plans to improve store fronts, complete interior remodeling and make other upgrades.

The stores:

  • 420 S. Pulaski Road in West Garfield Park
  • 2858 E. 83rd Street in South Chicago
  • 4439 W. 63rd St. at West Lawn
  • 7240 S. Stony Island Avenue in South Shore
  • 10700 S. Halsted St. in West Pullman
  • 7908 S. Halsted Street in Auburn Gresham

The Auburn Gresham site closed in 2020 and the West Garfield Park site temporarily closed in February due to a rat infestation.

Alderpeople mostly welcomed the move, although some expressed frustration that high-end grocery stores such as Jewel and Mariano are not planning to open on the premises.

The move comes just days after Whole Foods closed its Englewood site over the weekend. The grocery store opened in 2016 at 832 W. 63rd St. with a promise to help fill a food desert in the South Side neighborhood.

Speaking at Wednesday’s council meeting, Mayor Lori Lightfoot criticized Whole Foods for its decision to close the store, saying it had “not been a good partner” in Chicago.

“They didn’t cooperate. They haven’t been transparent,” Lightfoot said. “We still have to get over, frankly, a mindset of people who feel like they can’t and won’t go south of Roosevelt Road or west of Ashland.”

Funding for individual Save A Lot store rehabilitations will range from $1.75 million for the West Lawn site to more than $2.6 million for the Auburn Gresham site, city officials said.

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]]> The financing of the rehabilitation of public housing encounters a problem | New Sat, 12 Nov 2022 13:00:00 +0000

A five-year project in the pipeline to rehabilitate social housing in South Center Street and Brookline Court has hit a snag with just days to go before funding closes.

Members of the McKean County Housing Authority were at Bradford City Council’s special meeting on Thursday asking for help with a payment in lieu of taxes agreement that is part of the scheme.

A ‘one size fits all’ approach doesn’t work for cardiac rehab patients – Richard Forsyth Thu, 10 Nov 2022 07:17:05 +0000

Despite this, most programs rose to the challenge head-on and quickly introduced innovative approaches to assessment, exercise, and support for people who had just had a cardiac event, procedure, or diagnosis. Due to the natural delay in developing the amended guidelines and research evidence, services have had to implement a combination of existing digital and home resources while simultaneously developing “in-house” materials.

What was meant to be a relatively short-term adaptation turned into ongoing change and instability, driven by continued labor shortages, loss of clinical and gymnasium spaces, implementation of social distancing measures social, local and national lockdowns and multiple spikes in infection rates.

However, it also provided a number of opportunities. This period of testing and learning new approaches has prompted services to completely rethink the ways in which cardiac rehabilitation is delivered and to embrace new technologies.

Richard Forsyth, Health Systems Knowledge Manager, British Heart Foundation Scotland

To find out more about the patient experience, the British Heart Foundation heard from over 200 people in an online survey who took part in Cardiac Rehab between August 2020 and February 2022 and held two focus groups in June this year.

The survey asked them to describe how they engaged in their cardiac rehab program and, given the choice, what would have been their preferred mode of delivery – face-to-face, virtual, or over the phone? Have they used any form of technology and found it useful? Did they have the opportunity to interact with other people in rehab at the same time?

Our analysis revealed that only 40% of people received an in-person assessment, while 73% of people would have preferred this mode of engagement. Just under one in four patients (24%) were able to include a family member or friend as part of their initial consultation and almost 60% of patients did not have the opportunity to connect with others in rehabilitation.

Not surprisingly, during this period, 76% of patients used some form of technology during their program, ranging from virtual consultations to home blood pressure monitors and smartwatches to mobile apps. The user experience varied, with some finding it empowering and a safe way to monitor heart rate and blood pressure, while others found it overwhelming and confusing.

What the breadth of patient knowledge has told us is that it is clear that a one-size-fits-all, one-size-fits-all approach to moving forward is not advisable. Patients are eager to embrace new technologies, to build a rehabilitation program that is flexible and sensitive to their personal situation and preferences.

If we can take one positive from the past two years, it should be the resilience and versatility demonstrated by our NHS colleagues and the new offerings we now have in Cardiac Rehab that have the potential to improve uptake and to ensure clinical quality. maintained.

The pandemic has presented us with an unprecedented opportunity to create a new and robust foundation for hybrid cardiac rehabilitation delivery to address inequities, develop and expand eligibility criteria, and support groups underserved to engage with local teams across the UK. Now is the time to make it a reality.

Richard Forsyth, Health Systems Knowledge Manager, British Heart Foundation Scotland

VIKINGS REPORT: Lewis Cine wants to ‘dominate rehab’, be back in the field in 2023 – InForum Fri, 04 Nov 2022 23:32:00 +0000

EAGAN, Minn. — Minnesota Vikings rookie Lewis Cine, who suffered a serious leg injury last month, has set his sights on being back on the field next season.

Lewis Cine

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Cine suffered a broken left leg on October 2 against New Orleans in London and remained there for surgery two days later. He returned to the Twin Cities on Oct. 8 and on Friday was strolling through the Vikings locker room at the TCO Performance Center.

“God willing, it’s the goal not to miss any moment back, but it’s a daily process with rehab, make sure I dominate in rehab, so I can come back,” Cine said. about his return in 2023.

Cine, taken with the No. 30 first-round pick last April in Georgia, was in high spirits. He said he received a lot of support from his teammates and coaches.

“I’m happy to be able to walk,” he said. “It’s all positive advice from everyone, positivity, love, emotion and everything. …I’m feeling great. Working to come back healthy, strong.

Cine was injured while covering a play on a punt. He was taken by ambulance to a London hospital, but said it didn’t take long for him to make up his mind to return healthy.

“I made peace with that kind of the same day,” Cine said. “I was like, ‘Okay, what’s next?’ After the surgery I thought I had to dominate the rehab and that’s the only focus and that’s what I’ve been doing ever since.

Tomlinson will not play on Sunday

The Vikings will be without one of their best defensive players on Sunday in Washington.


Dalvin Tomlinson

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Minnesota on Friday ruled out defensive end Dalvin Tomlinson, who injured his right calf in the third quarter of last Sunday’s 34-26 win over Arizona. He hasn’t practiced all week.

The Vikings have listed questionable cornerback Cameron Dantzler (neck) and wide receiver Jalen Nailor (illness).

Vikings coach Kevin O’Connell said Tomlinson is “doing a great job with his rehabilitation”, but the Vikings want to make sure he is at his “full capacity” when he returns.

This will be the first game of his six-year career that Tomlinson has missed due to injury. He missed a game last season while on the COVID-19 reserve list but has otherwise played in all 87 possible regular-season games entering Sunday.

O’Connell said Khyiris Tonga would see his playing time increase with Tomlinson out, but was not yet sure if he would start.

“Last week Tonga did some good things in the game, played hard,” O’Connell said. “His playing strength showed. … So he will be part of the rotation.

Other players who could get more shots with Tomlinson are Jonathan Bullard, who has started three games this season at the other defensive end, James Lynch and Ross Blacklock.

“Dalvin is definitely a key player on our D line so it’s definitely going to take us all together to get things done,” Tonga said.

Tonga, signed Oct. 4 with Atlanta’s practice squad, made his Vikings debut against the Cardinals after being inactive in his first two games. He participated in 16 scrimmage games.

“I was so happy to be there,” he said. “It was fun to go out there and do some games.”

Also on Friday, O’Connell said tight end Irv Smith Jr., who was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday after sustaining a sprained ankle against the Cardinals, “more than likely” won’t have surgery. . O’Connell speculated that Smith might be out for “that four to almost eight week period,” but said the schedule was unofficial. He must sit out at least four games due to his injured reserve.

Commanders said on Sunday wide receiver Jahan Dotson (hamstring), linebackers Cole Holcomb (foot) and David Mayo (hamstring) and running back JD McKissic (neck) and as questionable defensive end Shaka Toney ( calf).


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Prime Minister Modi Hands Over 3,024 EWS Flats at Delhi’s Kalkaji as Part of Slum Upgrading Plan | Latest Delhi News Wed, 02 Nov 2022 11:40:13 +0000

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Wednesday handed over the keys to eligible beneficiaries of Bhoomiheen camp after the inauguration of 3,024 newly built flats at Kalkaji in New Delhi under the “In-situ Slum Upgrading Project”.

“Today is a big day for thousands of slum dwellers. A new start to life. When I handed over the keys to eligible recipients, I could see their happy and cheerful faces. Over 3,000 houses were built in the first phase of the Kalkaji expansion. Modi said on the occasion.

“With the aim of bringing development to the grassroots, we ensured financial inclusion for all those who did not have access to bank accounts. Our government has included everyone who belongs to the unbanked and uninsured section of society,” Modi added.

According to the PMO, in line with Modi’s vision of providing housing for all, in-situ slum upgrading in 376 clusters of Jhuggi Jhopri is being undertaken by the Delhi Development Authority (DDA). The objective of the rehabilitation project is to provide a better and healthier living environment for the residents of Jhuggi Jhopri clusters, with appropriate amenities and facilities.

The DDA has undertaken three such projects at Kalkaji Extension, Jailorwala Bagh and Kathputli Colony.

Under the Kalkaji Expansion Project, in-situ slum upgrading of three clusters of slums namely Bhoomiheen Camp, Navjeevan Camp and Jawahar Camp located in Kalkaji is being undertaken in a phased manner. As part of phase I, 3,024 EWS apartments on the vacant site of the nearby shopping center were built. The Jhuggi Jhopri site at Bhoomiheen camp will be liberated by rehabilitating eligible households from Bhoomiheen camp into the newly constructed EWS apartments.

After the Bhoomiheen camping holiday, in Phase II, this liberated site will be used for the rehabilitation of Navjeevan Camp and Jawahar Camp.

“Phase I of the project has been completed and 3,024 flats are ready to move in. These flats were constructed at a cost of around Rs. 345 crores and are equipped with all civic amenities including finishing having been done with Vitrified floor tiles, ceramic tiles, Udaipur green marble countertop in the kitchen, etc. Public amenities have also been provided.The allocation of apartments will provide people’s title deed as well as a sense of ownership. security,” the statement added.

Luis Diaz shares his latest rehab, with a wordless Instagram post Sun, 30 Oct 2022 10:00:00 +0000

Liverpool striker Luis Diaz continues his recovery from injury by working out his legs in the gym.

Diaz has been missing since injuring his knee against Arsenal three weeks ago. No specific timetable has been set for his return, but he will be out at least after the World Cup.

Now, the Colombian striker has taken to his Instagram Stories to post an update for Liverpool fans.

With a heavy bandage around his left knee, Diaz posted a photo of himself lifting weights with his injured leg.

Two bicep flex emojis along with two flames suggest the 25-year-old’s rehabilitation is going well. Please come back quickly, Luis. We miss you.

Photo by Shaun Botterill/Getty Images

Liverpool desperately miss Diaz

It would probably be wrong to suggest that Liverpool’s recent slump is entirely due to injuries.

The Reds were in desperate shape long before Luis Diaz and Diogo Jota succumbed to long-term problems.

Either way, it’s absolutely clear that Liverpool are missing their two strikers. Without them, Roberto Firmino, Mohamed Salah and Darwin Nunez are crushed.

With no top-class alternative options, Liverpool have become much easier to stop. It’s not that the Reds are predictable – they seem to adopt a different setup every game – it’s just that they seem to lack confidence and motivation.

Photo by Sebastian Frej/MB Media/Getty Images

When Jurgen Klopp’s five forwards are fit, it’s really only Mohamed Salah who is sure of his place in the squad.

The other four can be cut and modified to give Liverpool different dimensions in different games.

But now Firmino, Salah and Nunez know that they will continue to be part of the team, whatever their form. Klopp simply has no other choice. Unless he brings in someone like young Ben Doak, it will continue.

Thankfully, it looks like Diaz is on the right track. The World Cup break is perfect for Liverpool this season. Without it, Klopp would have to muddle through and mend for much longer than it will. Still, Diaz’s return and the energy he will bring can’t come soon enough.

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]]> Tom Izzo provides update on Jaden Akins’ rehabilitation progress Thu, 27 Oct 2022 21:59:46 +0000

Tom Izzo does not yet expect Jaden Akins to return.

Jaden Akins is expected to be a factor for Michigan State’s roster entering the 2022 season, but when will he return to the field?

Izzo told reporters Thursday that Akins had no longer trained. According to the veteran coach, Akins must participate in “4-5 consecutive practices” before being allowed to play.

The Spartans open the season Nov. 7 at home against Northern Arizona.

Akins, a second-year guard from Farmington, has been recovering from surgery for a stress reaction in his left foot since Sept. 10. Currently he is out of his walking boot and seems to be headed in the right direction to go full speed ahead.

Izzo’s comments about practice reps jeopardize Akins’ status for the season opener. The Lumberjacks arrive at East Lansing in 11 days, and the Spartans appear to be moving forward with the intention of resting Akins until he is at full strength.

Last season, the lanky 6-foot-4, 190-pound shooter averaged 3.4 points, 2.4 rebounds, 0.7 assists and 0.6 steals in 14.8 minutes per game. In 36 games, he shot 39.4% overall and 38% from 3-point range, finishing a plus-20 thanks to quick feet and hands on defense.

Michigan State will start the season unranked for only the 6th time in the Izzo era. Last season, the Spartans finished 23-13 overall and 11-9 in B1G.

Inside American Pickers star Frank Fritz’s heartbreaking recovery in rehab four months after his ‘debilitating’ stroke Mon, 24 Oct 2022 19:43:18 +0000

AMERICAN Pickers star Frank Fritz has had a heartbreaking recovery in rehab four months after his ‘debilitating’ stroke.

Frank, 59, was hospitalized with a stroke on July 14 after a friend found him on the floor of his Iowa home.


Frank Fritz is on the road to recovery after suffering a stroke1 credit
The former American Pickers star has been in a rehabilitation center since September 6


The former American Pickers star has been in a rehabilitation center since September 61 credit

Frank’s “longtime friend” filed an emergency appointment as temporary guardian and curator for the star on Aug. 18.

The US Sun can exclusively reveal more details about his recovery journey.

Frank’s friend filed a Protected Person Guardian Initial Care Plan on October 18th.

According to court documents, Frank has been in a rehabilitation center since being discharged from hospital on September 6.

The tutor visits Frank every week in person.

The guardian’s responsibility will be “to facilitate all care needs, provide transportation to all medical appointments and meet all social and household needs”.

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By the time Frank is released from rehab, his Iowa farm must have “handrails” and “handles” for the shower and toilet.

The tutor will help Frank with his treatment for Crohn’s disease and his ongoing physical therapy.

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He will also help the former American Pickers star grocery store, cook and “take Frank to whatever activities he feels up to.”


The US Sun previously revealed that Frank would be under temporary guardianship and conservatorship.

The documents read: “Because of his stroke, Mr. Fritz’s decision-making ability is so impaired that he is unable to look after his own safety or provide for necessities such as food, housing, clothing or medical care without which injury or illness may occur.

“Mr. Fritz’s decision-making ability is so impaired that he is unable to make, communicate, or execute important decisions regarding his own financial affairs.

A piece was mentioned in a doctor’s court documents confirming that Frank “has no decision-making capacity”.

The legal documents continued: “Decisions must be made for the care and placement of Mr. Fritz while he continues to recover and receive treatment for his injuries.

“The appointment of a guardian and conservator is necessary to avoid immediate harm to him.”

The petitioner requested that a separate “longtime friend” of Frank who “has been helping him make decisions since the stroke” be his guardian.

A bank would be the custodian to handle Frank’s financial affairs.

The guardian and conservator were both approved by the court earlier this month.

The curator will pay for Frank’s care at the residential facility, monitor his business interests such as partnerships and businesses, pay for his house and day-to-day expenses, ensure he has proper transportation to medical appointments, and more responsibilities.


Frank was hospitalized with a stroke on July 14 after a friend found him on the floor of his Iowa home.

Frank’s father, Bill Fritz, previously told the US Sun that his son was in “stable” condition weeks after hospitalization.

In an interview with the Quad-City Times, an insider revealed that Frank is on the mend and his health is improving day by day.

The friend told the publication: “He would like everyone to know that he continues to improve every day and is very determined.

“He’s really getting better every day.”

The friend also hinted that Frank wasn’t happy his hospitalization was made public by his former friend and co-star Mike Wolfe.

The source said: “Although Frank was unprepared at the time for his condition to be published, he is grateful for all the prayers and well wishes.”


Mike, 58, broke the news of the stroke by captioning an Instagram photo of the reality TV star shortly after hospitalization: “I’ve been very private over the past year in regards to Frank’s life and the journey he made.

“There have been a lot of opinions about my friendship with Frank and the show, but now is not the time to set the record straight.

“Now is the time to pray for my friend. Frank suffered a stroke and is in the hospital. Please keep him in your hearts and thoughts. Frank, I pray more than anything that you’re okay. I love you buddy.”

Frank had previously confirmed to The US Sun that the longtime friends had fallen out.


Frank last appeared on American Pickers on a March 2020 episode, when he took time off to recover from back surgery, which left him with 185 stitches and two rods in spine.

In his spare time, Frank has lost 65 pounds.

He also told the US Sun that he entered rehab for alcohol addiction in Iowa for 77 days.

Frank previously said, “I went to rehab and have been sober for 11 months now.

“I didn’t like to drink anymore. My mother was an alcoholic and she died five years ago and it was alcohol related. My grandfather was an alcoholic and he died. It didn’t suit me.

Frank said of his processing time: “They gave me a lot of information and we were booked 13 or 14 hours a day. There was no place to sit down to watch TV or eat food. You were scheduled for an hour, then an hour and a half, throughout the day.

“They really give you a lot of one-on-one time. I read 12 self help books while I was there. I did not fuck. I really got into it. I went there to learn and get the most out of it.

“I had a great time there and helped other people who had problems too. It was one of the best things that happened to me.”

Frank continued that he went to meetings “twice a week” after the passage.


Frank was open about wanting to return to American Pickers after his hiatus, as he said, “I would always love to go back to my job, I miss my friends and my people and being on the road and meeting all these different characters. ”

But Mike soon revealed that Frank had been fired from the show.

He currently owns the Illinois antique store Frank Fritz Finds.

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Frank owns a farm in Iowa which he purchased for $155,000 on May 14, 2010.

The show currently stars Mike, his brother Robbie and Danielle Colby.

He suffered a stroke in July


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He was let go from the American Pickers last year


He was let go from the American Pickers last yearCredit: History Channel