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An Interview with Family Pride Corporation’s Rick Dover Regarding Senior Housing Needs

Rick Dover

Since 1994, Rick Dover and his company, Family Pride Corporation, have been focusing on creating living accommodations for senior citizens in Loudon County, Tennessee. Today, Rick Dover explains why seniors have a different set of needs and what amenities they are looking for. Information Nation: Thank you for taking the time out of your schedule to join us today. Rick ... Read More »

Casa Sandoval Offers Advice for Encouraging Senior Family Members to Accept Care

Casa Sandoval

  Casa Sandoval provides assisted and independent living residences and onsite programs to encourage healthy, active lifestyles for all its residents.  Serving older adults since 1995, Casa Sandoval understands that seniors may resist entering a care facility for a myriad of reasons, including major feelings of loss that include loss of independence, loss of mobility, loss of ownership of their ... Read More »

Peter Spittler Architectural Services Discusses Public/Private Partnerships

Peter Spittler Architectural Services

According to Peter Spittler Architectural Services, the world’s natural resources continue to diminish every day.  In your community, open spaces, farmland, fish and wildlife areas are quickly disappearing.  Peter Spittler Architectural Services is dedicated to the mission of preserving our world.  While there are many pieces to the puzzle, Peter Spittler Architectural Services contends that public-private partnerships are one of ... Read More »

Pete Spittler: How Sustainable Development Can Beat Overpopulation

Pete Spittler

As our planet becomes more populated, architect Pete Spittler believes sustainable development will become more important than ever. Currently, the world population grows by an astounding amount of people every year. Pete Spittler notes that by the year 2025, this means our planet is expected to contain eight billion people—two billion more than there are today. According to Pete Spittler, ... Read More »

Jeffrey Nimer Discusses the Ban on Foie Gras

Jeffrey Nimer

Chef Jeffrey Nimer has traveled the world in order to sample cuisine from a variety of cultures. For this reason, Jeffrey Nimer has a versatile palate that has opened him up to dishes he might not have otherwise prepared. However, in recent years, Jeffrey Nimer has noticed a backlash against a certain cooking ingredient that has led it to be ... Read More »

Mendel Mintz Talks about Chabad JCC’s Hebrew School

Mendel Mintz

Mendel Mintz is a rabbi and leader of the Chabad Jewish Community Center in Aspen, Colorado. As head of the community center, Rabbi Mintz leads services each week. Rabbi Mendel Mintz answers questions about Chabad Community Center’s Hebrew School below: Q: Chabad Community Center offers several adult education classes. Could you tell us about those? Mendel Mintz: In addition to ... Read More »

Donald Leon Farrow on the Basics of Photo Composition

Donald Leon Farrow

Donald Leon Farrow is a freelance photographer, having perfected the craft over many years. As a nurse anesthetist of the greatest detail, he applies a practical approach to photography, with a full understanding of composition, lighting, and creative design. This approach has given Donald Leon Farrow the ability to take great pictures. But while lighting and mechanics are the technical ... Read More »

God’s Luv International Ministries Church: Recognizing the Voice of the Lord

God’s Luv International Ministries Church has a focus on helping believers worldwide develop a better relationship with our Creator. Founded by Dr. Pierre Bennett in 2008, God’s Luv International Ministries Church reaches out to those in Virginia and throughout the world through its ministry. Today, God’s Luv International Ministries Church’s Dr. Pierre Bennett talks to InformatioNation about recognizing the voice ... Read More »

Steven P. Delarge Introduces the Concept of “Not-Do” Lists

Steven P. Delarge juggles many daily priorities as a busy executive. With all of the demands on his time, Delarge has had to learn time management strategies in order to be effective in his career. For today’s busy executive, stress is the name of the game, but as Steven P. Delarge explains, it doesn’t have to be that way. Here, Delarge shares a few of the techniques he uses to handle the challenges, large or small, presented to him in any given day. Information Nation: Steven P. Delarge is here with us today. Thank you for speaking with us, Mr. Delarge. The first thing many executives do to manage tasks is create a prioritized to-do list. Is that how you do it? Read More »