Former Baltimore Teacher Fills The Role As Library Youth Service Specialist“Having a degree in early childhood education has helped me work with others to help them know what is developmentally appropriate for birth to five years of age," says Phyllis Bontrager.
Baltimore Resource Officer Observes Constant Changes Through The YearsDuring his 20-year career, Officer Brock has observed a number of constant changes within the police force. Some of these changes include improvements in laws, procedures and technology.
Further Education Helps Baltimore Nurse Become Mental Health DirectorAt Sheppard Pratt Williams-Porter serves as a mediator and liaison for the staff. She works closely with different disciplines including attendants, service chiefs, nurses, mental health workers, social workers, rehabilitation staff and secretarial/clerical staff.
Higher Education Advances Career For A Former Baltimore Dispatcher“My education prepared me for this position by teaching me the fundamentals of criminal justice and forensics. It taught me skills that I use daily in the field," says Amy Seman.
Baltimore Therapist Helps Clients By Using Hypnotherapeutic Methods"It is extremely important to continue to learn and find new, innovative ways to reach clients. Each one is unique, very special and deserves to have that client-centered approach," says Mary Sidhwani.
'Lean Transformation' Makes Huge Differences In Baltimore Health SystemThe objective behind lean transformation is to improve communication, collaboration and engagement of staff, while focusing on improving patient outcomes by reducing costs and implementing more effective methods.
Baltimore Automotive Technician Has To Stay Current With Changing TechnologyRodriguez has seen many advancements in vehicle technology and overall operations during his career, and with every change comes the need for continued learning and education.
Experienced Towson Social Worker Specializes In Eating, Mood DisordersEating disorders, such as anorexia and bulimia, are complex to treat because they often exist side by side with other illnesses such as depression and substance abuse.
Baltimore Area CEO Wants To Raise Awareness About Data SecurityIn recent reports, the Office of Personnel Management, which essentially manages the civil service for the federal government, revealed that its computers had been hacked, and the records of over 21 million people who had either applied for government security clearances or were related to them had been compromised.
Former Baltimore Nurse Gets Creative In Her Encore CareersAs baby boomers retire in record numbers from jobs many have held for decades, they are turning to second or what are often called ‘encore’ careers as work options.
Population Trends Driving Up Demand For Physical TherapistsThe physical therapy profession is poised to grow dramatically, according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, for many of the reasons attributed to the surge in other health areas.
Baltimore Behavior Specialist Helps Those With Mental Health ChallengesBehavior specialists, or analysts as they are sometimes called, assist those with problematic behaviors arising out of addiction, chronic pain, and cognitive impairment resulting from injury or disease.