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SOLO Southeast’s intensive EMT program is designed to offer students a streamlined pathway into the world of Emergency Medical Services (EMS). The course is fast-paced and taught by our highly experienced instructors. Students learn anatomy, patient assessment, life-saving medical interventions, and pre-hospital patient care.
This program will help service providers to expand their knowledge & have a better understanding of the dynamics of interpersonal violence.
TARGET AUDIENCE: Law Enforcement Officers, Lawyers, Judges, Attorneys, Magistrates, Nurse, Social Workers, Counselors/Therapists, VSPS, School Teachers, Ministers and Anyone interested.
PROGRAM DESCRIPTION: This one-day program will help service providers to expand their knowledge and have a better understanding of the dynamics of interpersonal violence.
The goal of this program is to provide quality, local training on interpersonal violence issues for participants from the Upstate target population.
Ultimately, the desired outcome would be to increase victim safety and offender accountability. In addition, we would like to see a reduction of the number of interpersonal violence in our community through increased collaboration, better understanding and communications between those organizations that assist victims.
CONTINUING EDUCATION CREDITS will be applied for the following:
Law Enforcement Officers, Judges, Attorneys, VSPs, Nurses, Social Workers and Counselors/Therapists
You must attend 90% of each of the educational session and complete the evaluation to receive CE credit for the entire program. No partial credit will be awarded.
VSPs must sign-in to receive CRE credit.
The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC), County Health organizations, and Ten at the Top will be hosting health data walks in all Upstate counties during 2022.
Each Health Data Walk will include a look at key health data points for that specific county and serve as an important part of the development of the Community Health Plan for that county. We are especially interested in including the business community, local residents, and community leaders in these sessions.
The session is free and open to any interested community members, but advance registration is requested.
Routine care for your newborn.
This class is designed to prepare expectant parents for their baby’s impending arrival. Topics include: breastfeeding, diapering, bathing, medical and safety information and many other tips. This class is co-taught by one of our local pediatricians and a perinatal educator.
Mom’s and Dad’s, no need to register separately! Both can watch from the same link!
The Bearden-Josey Center for Breast Health’s mobile mammography unit will be stationed at Una Fire Department on Saturday, Oct. 15 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. for Una Community Day. To schedule a screening appointment, please call 864-560-7777.
UnitedHealthcare will host its A Better You health and wellness education program in Greer to help African Americans ages 60 and above and other Medicare beneficiaries learn more about Medicare and their health care coverage options. UnitedHealthcare will host the A Better You series in collaboration with The United Methodist Church to continue helping people access the resources and information they need to make informed health care coverage decisions. A Better You encourages people to plan for healthy living.
The event – brought to you by UnitedHealthcare Insurance Company and The United Methodist Church – will bring attendees together for a Medicare workshop to promote health literacy and holistic health. Attendees will learn about the basics of Medicare – including the different parts of the program, eligibility requirements, and enrollment windows – to help them make informed health care coverage decisions.
The A Better You experience will also feature tips from renowned speakers to motivate and engage attendees with helpful information to plan for continued healthy living.
For the first time, Reverend Telley Lynnette Gadson joins A Better You to share her lifelong battle with obesity and her weight loss journey and encourage African Americans approaching retirement to be good stewards of their physical, mental, and spiritual health.
Attendees will also hear from UnitedHealthcare’s Rita Tolbert, who will facilitate the Medicare education portion of the events. Rita Tolbert has more than 25 years of experience in the health and life insurance industry. She works passionately to help African Americans who are Medicare eligible gain a clearer understanding of Medicare and take control of their health care through education.
A community for people of all ages with or at risk for heart disease.
Cardiac Connection is a monthly community group that supports people of all ages who have experienced a cardiovascular event such as a heart attack or stroke, had surgery related to the heart or are at risk for heart disease. Relevant topics and speakers vary each month.
In addition, we offer encouragement and lifestyle improvement activities. You may also connect with others who have had similar experiences. If you or a loved one are interested, please join us.