Be Heart Safe
Baby Chewable Aspirin (81mg) as an immediate response for Heart Attack for a conscious patient.
A conscious patient on a call to a 911 for a heart attack. Will be asked if they have no allergy to aspirin to take 4-6 Baby Chewable Aspirin 81mg immediately.
I do stress Chewable as so important as it starts blood flow immediately.
Next if the patient is unconscious an AED is mandated immediately .I.E. Automated External Defibrillator.
Problem – We don’t have one which are found in all public places. I.E. Gyms-YMCA-Churches-Malls-Doctor’s Offices-Dentist’s Offices
Due to the remote location of our Church. A Medical Response Team could take 10-15 minutes. Too Late!!!
All we have for the unconscious patient is CPR – a limited choice.
A Defibrillator – AED costs $1200. To save a life easy to use by anyone.
I have recommended to the Board and the President that we purchase an AED.
Heart Attacks kill more women each year worldwide then all Cancers combined.
Judith and I have recently graduated from the Citrus County EMS Academy as well as the Sheriff’s Academy. Judith and I are both certified in CPR- AED-First Aide.
Heart Attacks are common especially in our county due to all of the retired people that settle here.
We propose an immediate Fund Raiser of $50. per member or what they can afford, to purchase an AED for the safety and security of all our members, friends and guests.
— Respectfully Submitted, Joseph C. Verdi
Protect Vulnerable Patients
with a Scent Kit
The Scent Kit is very important for all Alchemized Patients, Dementia Patients or Traumatic Brain Injury Patients. They can save a life. The Scent Kit makes it, so that they are able to find a lost person. The Police department then are able to use the person’s scent for the Police dogs to locate that missing person.
They are available at no charge at the Citrus County Sheriff’s Office on Lecanto Highway, Lecanto, Florida.
by Find-M’Friends, inc.
kit is called “Out of Harms Way Kit”
— Judith Englert
- Remove contents from box.
- Open jar.
- Put on gloves provided in box.
- Open sterile pad, wipe skin of neck, chest and arms.
- Place scent pad in jar and seal lid.
- Place security tape on lid.
- Not a guarantee to find a lost loved one, but provides K-9 Team a pure scent to use for search and lives time.
Social Service Help Line
Wellcare a health insurance company, has set up a help line for social services.
If you need assistance, call
Citizens for Informed Teens
In 2012, the General Assembly of the UUA chose “Reproductive Justice” to be the issue that all UU congregations would be encouraged to study. Although a new issue was chosen in 2016, a small group from our congregation has continued to focus on reproductive justice. We are the committee we call “Citizens for Informed Teens”. Our mission is to ensure that babies are born to committed and prepared parents. To make
that mission a reality, we have been raising awareness of the lack of comprehensive sex education in our Citrus County schools.
We have made presentations to health care professionals, school personnel, and many civic organizations. What we need now is for some of you to join us. We need your ideas, your passion and your
willingness to work toward a worthy goal. If you think this is something you might like to become involved in, let one of us know, Linda Myers, Sheila Woods or Joan Burnett. We will invite you to our next meeting and familiarize you with the work we have done and what we hope to do in the future. There is still much that can be accomplished.
— Joan Birnett
Barry Pendry’s Booklist
Barry Pendry, friend of the NCUU fellowship, gave a most encouraging talk about New Year’s resolutions and personal renewal. Various authors, Dr. Pendry suggests, make resolutions that: enhance our self-worth, relate to a positive future self, create an area of focus, relate to ourselves and others in ways to stepwise free the mind and spirit as in mindfulness- meditation and through the Unitarian Universalist seeking spiritual community.
Here is a copy of his Booklist:
One Small Step Can Change Your Life: The Kaizen Way by Robert Maurer
The History of New Year’s Resolutions by Sarah Pruitt
The Biology of Belief by Bruce Lipton
Inspirience by Richard Haight