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Senior communities in Birmingham are places intended for elderly individuals who are on their retirement years. These places offer an environment where they can reside and relax at their age. They can be away from their families and still enjoy what life has to offer. If you have an elderly member of the family, this is an option you might consider.
Individuals who reside in these places are those who can generally care for themselves without getting much assistance. Most residents who live in these communities are still independent despite their age. However, there are also some facilities that allow home care services for the residents if they are in need of assistance with some of their activities. Continue reading
Your heating and air conditioning unit in your home is the most expensive appliance that you own, both in upfront cost and energy usage. Since these home appliances can cost consumers thousands of dollars, it is not optional or wanted to replace the system every couple of years. In addition to replacement costs, Macomb Township heating repair services can also add up if you fail to maintain your heating and cooling systems. Nowadays, the heating and cooling systems are combined into one unit, but generally only share a blower fan to circulate the air. Maintaining all components of this system is required in order for your furnace last for years and years to come, providing you with energy-efficient, prime performance. Continue reading
Cassandra Roos is associate editor of the Grove Report. She is currently working towards a M.A. in Political Science with a focus on International Relations at Loyola University. A graduate of Emerson college, Cassandra has worked as an assistant special education teacher, tutor for inner-city youth, broadcast associate for NBC Sports and CBS News Productions in New York City. She loves to sing, write, and dance and is interested in fashion, film and clothing.
Laith Saud is a lecturer of Islamic World Studies at Depaul University, and a frequent contributor to NPR radio. Laith is a former columnist at al Jazeera, he has been interviewed by national and international media on Islam and Mid-East affairs. He holds a graduate degree from the University of Chicago, and is a long-time martial artist.
Scott Alexander is Associate Professor of Islam at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago and Chair of the Department of Intercultural Studies and Ministry and director of the school’s Catholic-Muslim Studies Program, where he is working to expand outreach to similar programs in Nigeria, the Middle East, and Southeast Asia. He is a regular consultant on Catholic-Muslim relations for the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and for Centro Internazionale di Studi e Ricerche Oasis at the Marcianum in Venice, Italy, and he sits on the editorial board of the Journal of Islamic Law and Culture. Scott holds a Ph.D. in the history of religions, with a concentration in Islamic studies, from Columbia University and has taught there as well as at Indiana University, Fordham, and Princeton University. He is co-editor of A Dictionary of Christian—Muslim Relations (Cambridge University Press, anticipated 2011).
M. Cherif Bassiouni is a distinguished research professor of law emeritus at DePaul University College of Law and president emeritus of the law school’s International Human Rights Law Institute. He also is president of the International Institute of Higher Studies in Criminal Sciences in Siracusa, Italy, and honorary president of the International Association of Penal Law in Paris, France. He has held multiple posts with the UN and was nominated for a Nobel Peace prize.
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