Project SAFE: A Health and Medical Humanitarian Project for the Commonwealth

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JAMA Internal Medicine Vol. 2, Winter 2011 [PubMed: 23453499] I hereby present the findings of Project SAFE: A Health and Medical Humanitarian Project for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts that has been conducted for approximately three years. I also present the findings of Project SAFE: Project SAFE. During this project, the YMCA provided a comprehensive program of health education, service, and prevention to the residents of the Cayuga District. Project SAFE received substantial support from the United Way, which provided seed money to the program. Program participants included the Mayor, District Attorney, Superintendent of Schools, Department of Education, YMCA, and the Department of Health, as well as other community partners. The project was conducted in collaboration with the Cayuga Health Project. Through a collaborative health education program, an interdisciplinary team of health care professionals delivered health education materials to the entire population. The project demonstrated an important role in health promotion and disease intervention in a community of 8006 persons. The health education materials were disseminated through the traditional and social media as well as by print media. The YMCA assisted with outreach efforts, including training groups and health fairs. The project ended in 2005. The project has continued informally since the conclusion of the YMCA. The YMCA maintains a project website to provide information on the YMCA as well as information about other organizations that provide health and medical intervention throughout the Commonwealth. The goals of this project and current developments of Project SAFE are as follows: (1) to provide evidence-based health promotion to residents of Cayuga and neighboring towns; (2) to utilize social media for outreach and community education; (3) to use research to inform health promotion in the community and to inform preventive medicine; (4) to use technology for patient safety with mobile clinic technology; (5) to inform the community on a range of health issues; (6) to continue health promotion efforts with a focus on sexual health and sexually transmitted infections; (7) to utilize local and regional agencies to assist with health and disease interventions; (8) to provide information, services, and referrals to families and the community; and (9) to train a new generation of health professionals who will be committed to the health and medical needs of our community.

The Cayuga Health – YMCA – Collaboration.

The Cayuga County Health Department, YMCA and the New York State Department of Health collaborate to offer free health screenings for adults and children on Friday, September 20th starting at 9 AM. These screenings will run until 3:45 PM, and the screenings are free of cost. You can find the flyers at the Y and in our office. The screenings take place at two locations, the Y and the YMCA, located on the corner of Cayuga, NY 945, and at the YMCA on the other side of Cayuga, NY 945. The screenings are not mandatory, however, and families should check with their physician to see what screening options they have available. The purpose of the screening is to find out if there are any health issues that are going on for members of their family, as well as to find out if there is some sort of nutritional deficiency, and if so, which vitamins and minerals the health care team can provide. All the screenings are free of charge. The health department will be collecting demographic data from the families, as well as determining height and weight, so that they can be able to send those data to the state nutrition department so that they can begin to determine how they can best address those problems. We will be sending data to the YMCA and the New York State Department of Health so that the information can be used in making determinations to see how we should best assist our members. While we have not scheduled an appointment, we are able to accept those individuals coming to the Y. This may be a good time to check their weight and height before sending any data to our office because we do not know which programs might be of any use to them. We will be collecting demographic data from the families, as well as determining height and weight, so that they can be able to send those data to the state nutrition department so that they can begin to determine how they can best assist their members. This will take place on both of the screenings. Please feel free to call the health department if you have any questions.

Editor’s note: This story was originally written on July 6, 2011.

Programs for managing chronic diseases in seniors.

Programs for managing chronic diseases in seniors.

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The YMCA of Ithaca and Tompkins County.

The YMCA of Ithaca and Tompkins County.

Overview of Tompkins County’s YMCA facilities. | Discussion. Abstract: The YMCA is a well recognized component of the social structure and the life-support system in the Ithaca community. The YMCA of the Town of Tompkins serves the needs of a substantial and growing population. YMCA staff, faculty, and volunteers are committed to serving the community in the manner that best suits their needs and talents. The YMCA is governed by an elected board, a treasurer, a director of the YMCA, and a Director of YMCA Developmental Education. The YMCA of Ithaca serves a large population and offers numerous benefits to the community. The YMCA of Ithaca maintains a wide variety of programs including sports, cultural, recreation, and education as well as a wide array of activities such as a youth orchestra, a dance academy, a theater, community health programs, a summer camp, and an arts and crafts program. The YMCA maintains many youth programs on a volunteer basis. Volunteers work in a variety of roles and fields including sports, recreation, education, arts and crafts, medical personnel, and many others. The YMCA also has a well established partnership with the city of Ithaca and is open to the community to assist in the community development of the village. The YMCA of Ithaca also promotes recreation through the Ithaca Community Pool. Overall, however, the YMCA of Ithaca offers a unique opportunity for anyone interested in the Ithaca community to experience a unique setting in a relatively small, inexpensive community. The YMCA of Ithaca is an important component of the community as it serves as a central hub for all of the activities that the Ithaca area has to offer. Thus, the YMCA provides a high intensity of social and cultural activities that can be enjoyed by all ages. Most importantly, however, the YMCA is a place that provides a social place and provides a setting for the expression of personal creativity and innovation. This chapter focuses on the functions of the YMCA as a community resource. It also looks at some of the types of activities that are conducted at the YMCA of Ithaca.

Tips of the Day in Programming

A recent conversation I had with my wife was about how I’m trying to understand Java. She suggested that I try to learn how to write Java, which I’m really enjoying these days. She also suggested that I read about concurrency, which is something I’ve learned recently, but I’ve always been a bit hesitant to read about it because I’ve just always been so terrified that I’d be told how I was going to get killed by my computer at any minute.

When she said “but write a Java app,” I was somewhat skeptical. I knew that any Java app I’d write (even if I wanted to code in C++ or Swift, if I was able to write code in C++ and Swift) would be horrible.

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