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- Clean water groups, small business owners, community leaders celebrate Clean Water Act
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- Secretary of State Police to target abuse of disability parking on Black Friday
- Illinois Commerce Commission approves 500-mile direct-current electric wind power line
- Meet John Doe: Rockford could benefit from the new Digital Manufacturing and Design Innovation Institute in Chicago
- Tech-Friendly: Surface Pro 3 ad comparing it to MacBook Air is a joke
- Chicago restaurateur Billy Lawless to introduce Obama during immigration speech in Chicago
- Travel Wisconsin Snow Conditions Report assists snow seekers
Lifescape caseworkers recertified
Lifescape’s Program Services Director Cheryl Davis and caseworker Lori Huff have been recertified within the Alliance of Information and Referral Systems (AIRS), with a specialty in aging.
This recertification continues the high level of expertise the caseworkers at Lifescape exhibit as they work with clients.
“This is something that proves our caseworkers meet the highest standards in offering assistance to our senior population,” said Lifescape COO Manny Carrasquillo. “And it’s a sign of great individual achievement.”
Davis, Huff and caseworker Markesha Brown have the AIRS, Certified in Information and Referral Services Aging (CIRS-A), national certification. Three others have yet to complete the training necessary to receive their CIRS-A designation. It is a goal to have all Lifescape caseworkers receive their CIRS-A certification.
From the July 20-26, 2011 issue