The Adler Aphasia Center, located in Maywood, welcomed Martha S. Burns, Ph.D., for their annual professional speech-language pathologist (SLP) workshop. Dr. Burns spoke to approximately seventy-five profession SLPs and SLP students about â€œA Whole Brain Approach to Rehabilitation."
Playing golf with a Top Flite ball is about cool as shopping for the latest fashions at Sears. That is to say, not very.
Once a mighty presence in the golf-ball market, cornering the low-end segment, Top Flite struggled in recent years as it dealt with management turmoil and modest budgets for product development and advertising.
But now Callaway Golf Co., which bought Top Flite out of bankruptcy in 2003, is hoping to turn that around with an aggressive marketing campaign aimed at recreational golfers.
March 1, 2007 the Paramus Ambulance Corp changed its structure to provide better response to multiple calls in the Borough Of Paramus. While the percentage of answered calls was extremely high, as compared to call volume thru out the state, Paramus was experiencing the same issues with volunteers that all ambulance corps are plagued with, not enough members when there are multiple calls.
Here are some of the upcoming activities for the Paramus Police Department and their participation in community events. Wednesday, April 11th 9:30 a.m. Westbrook Middle School DARE Flag Raising Friday, April 13th 8:00 a.m. Domestic Violence Conference (BC College) Friday, April 13th Evening PHS Scholarship Show @ Paramus Catholic Saturday, April 14th Evening PHS Scholarship Show @ Paramus Catholic Thursday, April 19th 6:00 p.m. Taste of Paramus Event @ GSP
The Largest Leadership Event of 2007 to be Hosted Locally by Trinity Presbyterian Church
Paramus, NJ. (April 6) â€“ On May 11, 2007, the Maximum Impact Simulcast: The Influence Index will include over 80,000 business professionals participating via satellite downlink in 600 cities across North America. Trinity Presbyterian Church of Paramus is participating as a local host site for this unprecedented Leadership event.
700,000 people will have a new or recurrent stroke each year and New Jersey ranks third in the number of strokes among residents. Often caused by uncontrolled high blood pressure, stroke is a medical emergency. For most people, high blood pressure has no noticeable symptoms, but can cause the heart muscle to stretch and thicken. Over time hypertension may cause the heart to stop pumping effectively. Organs such as the kidneys and brain are then deprived of oxygen and proper nutrients. Health Officer John Hopper and the Paramus Board of Health would like you to know the warning signs of a stroke:
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 164 will be one of more than 30 exhibitors at the Sixth Annual Construction Industry Career Day, which is attended by high school-aged students as well as men and women considering a career in the building or construction trades. The event will be held at Brookdale Community College in Lincroft, N.J., on Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday has been specially planned for freshman students only. Saturday is open to high schools, community groups and the general public.
Registration is underway for a variety of weekly spring programs at the Paramus Public Library held from early April through late May 2007. At the Main and Reid Branch libraries, Storytimes will be held every day of the week for children as young as 12 months through age 5. Registration is by phone (201/599-1309) or in person.