Sussex Healthcare is a senior living facility that is based in the United Kingdom. This company has homes in over 20 locations that are completely spread out across the entire country. Their services are specifically tailored to the elderly and those with physical handicaps. So they take great care in providing the best of services.
They know that these individuals require attention that is personalized specifically to them. They also treat patients who have various conditions ranging from neurological disorders and Alzheimer’s disease to mental impairments and learning disabilities.
They offer an array of healthcare services which includes a focus on fitness and physical therapy. The company is known for their modern gym and their personalized fitness plans. They believe that it is very important to be mindful of mind, body and spirit. Residents are treated to their own personal trainers as well as customized meal plans.
The gym includes several useful pieces of equipment. For instance, residents can use underwater treadmills, weights, and other machines. They can use the pool in order to improve their posture. They may also use the hot tub in order to help relax their sore muscles. What’s even more interesting about this facility is that they do not just limit their services to their residents. They have opened their gym up to elderly and disable individuals who don’t live at Sussex Healthcare as well. This truly reflects their desire to make a difference in the community.
In its most recent update, the company announced that it would be doing a restructuring. They have made changes to management and have hired a new CEO. Amanda Morgan-Taylor is an expert who has several decades of experience in the healthcare industry. She brings significant skills to the role which Sussex feels will help them to evolve and offer an unforgettable and quality stand of living for residents.
Though she only officially stepped into the role at the beginning of the year, she is already making significant changes. For instance, she has had added an entirely different position that will help to control the quality of services. Also, she has visited each location in hopes of getting a better idea of how Sussex Healthcare can deliver even more quality services. She had meetings with the staff, the residents and even their families. Taylor has also met with the company partners. With the change in leadership, Sussex hopes to continue to be number one in healthcare field.
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Tinder’s parent company Match Group is suing dating app Bumble for alleged copyright infringement on 2 of its well known design patents. Stating that Bumble copied its swipe left and right feature for its app. Tinder and Bumble have had a long history with one another with the link being Whitney Wolfe Herd. Being sighted as the main conspirator for taking design patents from Tinder app and using it in her founded app Bumble. The Bumble app uses designs similar to the Tinder app where it allows women to make the first move by swiping left or right in its communications. The lawsuit comes after Whitney Wolfe Herd declined a buyout from Match Group and a lawsuit she filed against the group for sexual harassment and discrimination. It’s a fight that the founder of Bumble was welling to take to stand up for other women possibly facing the same experiences.
Whitney Wolfe Herd grew up in Salt Lake City, Utah and would later attend Southern Methodist University where she majored in International Studies. She found herself taking a liking into marketing and business by developing and starting her own business at 19 selling bamboo tote bags to benefit the BP oil spill. She later put her interest in a startup app called Tinder where she became the Vice President of Marketing and co-founder, helping the app grow into mass appeal with singles looking to date with a swipe of a button. Though she had much success at the company, tensions grew with her and other executives at the company and she departed ways shortly after. After her departure she filed a sexual harassment suit against the company and was awarded $1 million, plus stock in the company.
Whitney Wolfe would soon put her sights on starting her own dating app called Bumble, where it put a emphasis on women taking control of the dating and meeting process by making the first move. Bumble’s new an innovative approach to dating, and added social media expansions of Bumble Bizz for business networking and Bumble BFF to find new friendships has grown its users to more than 22 million.
Whitney Wolfe Herd shared her past experiences of discrimination and harassment and made it a point to improve culture for women at the SXSW conference with the Bumble mission and commitment to helping women have a voice and the freedom of choice in their daily lives.
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Dr. Saad Saad is a pediatric surgeon in Eatontown, New Jersey, who also specializes in thoracic surgery. He’s been practicing for 34 years and has an affiliation with numerous hospitals that include the Jersey Shore University Medical Center and Monmouth Medical Center, Long Branch Campus.
When Dr. Saad Saad was asked in a recent interview about why he become a physician, the answer he gave might be surprising. While many people become doctors because they want to help people, Dr. Saad’s reason for becoming a doctor was so that he could work in an air-conditioned environment. It’s not hard to understand his reasoning after hearing the story about his childhood.
Today, it would be difficult for anyone to look at the Middle East and not associate it with the Oil industry. However, this was not the case when Dr. Saad was born, as oil in that region was just beginning to be discovered. In Kuwait, where Dr. Saad spent much of his childhood, his father was a petroleum mechanic. During high school, Dr. Saad and his brother worked at a construction site. One day, Dr. Saad felt ill, fainted, and had to be treated for a heat stroke caused by working in the hot sun. That experience taught him that he was not made for manual labor. The only place Dr. Saad knew of where he would not have to do outdoor manual work was a hospital operating room. As he reflected on the incident and the type of life he would have, Dr. Saad decided to become a pediatric surgeon. Later, Dr. Saad would graduate from Cairo University School of Medicine as the salutatorian.
Two life lessons helped Dr. Saad achieve his goals. The first lesson is accepting nothing less than the success you seek. The second lesson is not to put off until tomorrow what can be done today. He lived by those rules. Dr. Saad believes that if he, being a poor refugee from Palestine, could become successful that anyone can become successful. At one point in his career, Dr. Saad was the only U.S. Board-Certified pediatric surgeon who was able to speak both Arabic and English. Because of those unique qualifications, he served as the Pediatric Surgeon for the Saudi Royal family until 1989.
Dr. Saad is perhaps most known for his development of a surgical procedure that eliminated the need for an additional incision on the child’s body. Thus far, over 2,000 young patients have benefited from that development. Learn more: https://www.doximity.com/pub/saad-saad-md