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Hochstein Music School: Between Performances By Frank Cost
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Hochstein Music School is located in Rochester, New York, near the center of town. The school moved into its present building, the former Central Presbyterian Church, in 1975. Hochstein was founded... More > in 1920 by a group of Rochester community leaders as a memorial to their fellow citizen, David Hochstein, a brilliant young violinist who lost his life at the Battle of Argonne in France in 1918. For 85 years, Hochstein has been a place where anyone with the desire to learn can study music or dance with talented professionals from the local area. To ensure that music education is available to everyone, Hochstein indexes tuition rates to family income. Hochstein also has an extensive music therapy program serving hundreds of disabled Rochesterians.< Less
Hochstein Music School: Between Performances By Frank Cost
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Hochstein Music School is located in Rochester, New York, near the center of town. The school moved into its present building, the former Central Presbyterian Church, in 1975. Hochstein was founded... More > in 1920 by a group of Rochester community leaders as a memorial to their fellow citizen, David Hochstein, a brilliant young violinist who lost his life at the Battle of Argonne in France in 1918. For 85 years, Hochstein has been a place where anyone with the desire to learn can study music or dance with talented professionals from the local area. To ensure that music education is available to everyone, Hochstein indexes tuition rates to family income. Hochstein also has an extensive music therapy program serving hundreds of disabled Rochesterians.< Less
Hochstein Music School: Between Performances By Frank Cost
eBook (PDF): $1.41
Hochstein Music School is located in Rochester, New York, near the center of town. The school moved into its present building, the former Central Presbyterian Church, in 1975. Hochstein was founded... More > in 1920 by a group of Rochester community leaders as a memorial to their fellow citizen, David Hochstein, a brilliant young violinist who lost his life at the Battle of Argonne in France in 1918. For 85 years, Hochstein has been a place where anyone with the desire to learn can study music or dance with talented professionals from the local area. To ensure that music education is available to everyone, Hochstein indexes tuition rates to family income. Hochstein also has an extensive music therapy program serving hundreds of disabled Rochesterians.< Less
Hochstein Music School: Between Performances By Frank Cost
eBook (PDF): $1.41
Hochstein Music School is located in Rochester, New York, near the center of town. The school moved into its present building, the former Central Presbyterian Church, in 1975. Hochstein was founded... More > in 1920 by a group of Rochester community leaders as a memorial to their fellow citizen, David Hochstein, a brilliant young violinist who lost his life at the Battle of Argonne in France in 1918. For 85 years, Hochstein has been a place where anyone with the desire to learn can study music or dance with talented professionals from the local area. To ensure that music education is available to everyone, Hochstein indexes tuition rates to family income. Hochstein also has an extensive music therapy program serving hundreds of disabled Rochesterians.< Less
Help for Hypochondriasis: A Guide to Understanding, Treatment, and Resources By Pernilla Schweitzer et al.
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This booklet was written by the Heightened Illness Concern Research Team of Columbia University. We have been studying ways to help people who suffer with illness anxiety for over 20 years, using... More > both psychological and medical approaches. This booklet is meant to serve as a guide for patients, their families, and their friends. It contains information on the history and diagnosis of hypochondriasis, as well as a description of other problems that often occur along with hypochondriasis. Further sections discuss current treatment options for hypochondriasis and resources for addressing it. Finally, we have included anonymous patient narratives that provide insight into the life of people living with hypochondriasis. It is the hope of the Heightened Illness Concern Research Team that this booklet will serve to raise awareness about a condition that is extremely disabling and yet frequently goes unrecognized or untreated.< Less
Recovery from Traumatic Brain Injury Book Series 1-5 By Angel Rhoades Ph.D
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Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the number one killer in the medical industry. TBI affects and disables more people than AIDS and breast cancer patients combined. Based on studies, by the National... More > Center for Injury Prevention and Control, every 23 seconds one person in the United States encounters a Traumatic Brain Injury. Statistics conclude there are 1.4 million Americans who sustain a traumatic brain injury each year. Despite large numbers, most TBI survivors suffer symptoms their entire life with-out resolve. Why do so many TBI survivors struggle with recovery? The answer is clear. Survivors and their caregivers are not properly informed of the necessary steps involved in healing the brain. Luckily, this book simplifies neurological terminology and discusses all aspects of the healing process.< Less
Congressional Research Service: “Who Is a Veteran?”—Basic Eligibility for Veterans’ Benefits (CRS Report R42324, January 23, 2012) By Congressional Research Service
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A broad range of benefits are offered to veterans of the U.S. Armed Forces and to certain members of their families by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). Among these benefits are various... More > types of financial assistance, including monthly cash payments to disabled veterans, health care, education, and housing benefits. Basic criteria must be met to be eligible to receive any of the benefits administered by the VA. This report examines the basic eligibility criteria for VA administered veterans’ benefits, including the issue of eligibility of members of the National Guard and reserve components. *** The Congressional Research Service (CRS) is Congress’s nonpartisan think tank and produces over 3,000 reports and studies per year for Congress. They include lawyers, economists, reference librarians, and scientists. CRS reports are highly regarded as in-depth, accurate, objective, and timely. They are not routinely made available to the public and are highly coveted by researchers.< Less
Help for Hypochondriasis: A Guide to Understanding, Treatment, and Resources By Pernilla Schweitzer et al.
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This booklet was written by the Heightened Illness Concern Research Team of Columbia University. We have been studying ways to help people who suffer with illness anxiety for over 20 years, using... More > both psychological and medical approaches. This booklet is meant to serve as a guide for patients, their families, and their friends. It contains information on the history and diagnosis of hypochondriasis, as well as a description of other problems that often occur along with hypochondriasis. Further sections discuss current treatment options for hypochondriasis and resources for addressing it. Finally, we have included anonymous patient narratives that provide insight into the life of people living with hypochondriasis. It is the hope of the Heightened Illness Concern Research Team that this booklet will serve to raise awareness about a condition that is extremely disabling and yet frequently goes unrecognized or untreated.< Less
Psalms And Dark Night Of The Soul By Katarína Rosenkranz
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The Psalms and the Dark Night of the Soul is a short study of the dark night enveloping the soul and how to deal with it. The author has a diploma in economics and social policy as well as in... More > social work focusing on social protection of children. After years of working in the heavy-energy trade business, she worked in constitutional healthcare with severely ill people with various types of disability. The author is not and will never be a member of any earthly order. She lives a simple and organized life and has a wonderful son and a loving husband. In her work she describes the way she herself is living. The book features also the passages tackling the mystical geniuses of the history and their works in a chronological order as they lived, wrote and addressed those who felt the same urge to follow the same path. Since her early childhood the author has gone through many mystical writings, which in turn influenced her thinking and works, as evidenced in the book.< Less
Instructor's Manual for Elizabeth, the Eastern Gray School By Pamela C. Mosier
eBook (PDF): $50.00
The students for these instructional lesson plans are third grade students. The curriculum standards correlate to South Carolina Department of Education requirements. The target audience is English... More > Language Learners (ELLs) who are still learning the English language, students who are learning disabled with reading difficulties, or students who are below third grade-level in English/language arts (specifically reading and writing). The reading comprehension has an impact on the success of the students’ social studies, mathematics, science, and English/language arts since the students are required to read and comprehend the textbooks and work assignments. The lessons are designed to accompany the book, "Elizabeth, the Eastern Gray Squirrel," and the associated website. Copies of the student work materials may be reproduced for educational purposes only.< Less

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