Blood Drive Day with Trauma Care International: Sponsored by Pastor Chris

Month: June 2018

As is tradition, this year’s worldwide Annual Blood Donation Day will be held on June 14. This special day was originally instituted to raise awareness regular needed blood donations all over the world. This year, with the sponsorship of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy, the NGO Trauma Care International will hold a huge blood drive in the many Christ Embassy Churches around the globe. Donating blood is something Pastor Chris recommends to his listeners on a regular basis. Doing so, he says, helped provide needed life-saving natural resources to health institutions.

To this specific end, Pastor Chris led Christ Embassy to found Trauma Care International Foundation. The goal of this institution is to provide health and emergency services to those in desperate need of it. The vast majority of its recipients are very poor so the foundation provides its services for free. Every procedure done under their care is subsidized by the foundation. The foundation doesn’t just run a single clinic but is working to create a worldwide network of blood donators. In addition, the institution supports medical research and procedures all over the world.

As a result of his emphasis, his listers have become passionate about giving blood, with many planning to come out on a special day. Come June 14, Pastor Chris is urging all residents of Lagos, Nigeria and surrounding areas to voluntarily give. Those who want to participate on this day are asked to register at https://traumacareinternational.org/home/blooddonation. Pastor Chris’ concerns are very well founded. All across the world, there is a constant need for more blood for treating a vast variety of health conditions.

This includes treatments for all ages, from newborns to the very elderly. June 14 will see them having places to give in almost every country in the world. The constant demand is currently so extreme that an adequate supply can only be attained if everyone is regularly giving. But while the need is very great and urgent, TCI is always committed to the most quality, patient, and safe practices. And the work of blood donation institutions of all stripes are making positive improvements all across the world. Yet the need is still tremendous.

Don’t hesitate thinking your small input of blood is too insignificant. Every contribution helps. The global event will this year be headquartered in Athens. This is the birthplace of human philosophy and the finest ideals. It is appropriate, then, that this year’s international drive will highlight values like altruism, respect, empathy and kindness which underline and sustain voluntary unpaid blood donation systems. It will focus on stories of specific individuals whose lives were saved because of blood donations. The drive management hopes that such motivation will encourage the growth of the donating population in the future.

The foundation will also pay to help set up donating chapters. They are committed to doing anything that will help. Many people have donated blood at some point in their lives. But there are yet a surprising many … Read More

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Step by Step Options for the Right Practical Education for the Children

Month: June 2018

In order to hold a pen properly, to properly dose the force during writing and the whole thing over a longer period of time, students need well-defined fine motor skills. If the fine motor skills in children are not sufficiently trained, prolonged writing can lead to aching and cramped hands and consequently to an illegible writing.

If correcting regularly resembles the deciphering of hieroglyphs and every word has to be deciphered, the motivation of the corrector can quickly flute, on the other hand many teachers ask themselves: is the student’s handwriting getting worse and worse? From the First level till the advanced you need to be specific on this.

And: How can you help students who – due to lack of motor skills – have an excuse for the expression “sow claw”?

Writing and fine motor skills of students worsened

The impression that many have did not seem to deceive:

Fine motor skills

Writing illegible writing or problems over a longer period of time can be the result of deficits in fine motor skills. Regardless of school, 87% report a deterioration of the writing motor skills. Among teachers at secondary schools, 79% believe that students’ handwriting has developed negatively in recent years.

It is already difficult for many students in secondary schools to write for half an hour without complaints: only 38% of their students attested to the teachers’ ability to write for 30 minutes without cramping or fatigue of the hand.

84% of participating elementary school teachers sees the deterioration of the fine motor skills of the students as the cause of the problems with the handwriting. This assumption is closely followed by “too little exercise at home” (61%) and the “progressive digitization of communication” (53%).

Fine motor skills are an important prerequisite for the development of a legible handwriting

  • The term “fine motor skills” commonly refers to the small, precise movements that we can perform with our hands, fingers, mouth, and facial muscles (facial expressions). The motor skills of hands and fingers are particularly relevant to writing.
  • For these movements to succeed as we would like, good visual perception is important, especially pronounced hand-eye coordination. It is necessary to pay attention to the ruling and to be able to reproduce the letters correctly. In addition, children must be able to assess the use of force and learn the right pen hold.
  • In infancy (15 months to 3 years) it can explore the environment by the independent gait. Springing out of the stroller, the still unsafe movements become more fluid and stable during this time. In addition, new forms of movement are added, for. As stairs rise, balance, jump, wear.
  • The pre-term (3-6 years) is characterized by an accelerated muscle growth resulting in an increase of strength and endurance is obtained.

The more and more precisely applied fine motor skills can be well observed in the painting movement. This is initially controlled by large muscles and is carried out by the arm (large-scale images), but … Read More

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Blood Drive Day with Trauma Care International: Sponsored by Pastor Chris

Month: June 2018

As is tradition, this year’s worldwide Annual Blood Donation Day will be held on June 14. This special day was originally instituted to raise awareness regular needed blood donations all over the world. This year, with the sponsorship of Pastor Chris Oyakhilome of Christ Embassy, the NGO Trauma Care International will hold a huge blood drive in the many Christ Embassy Churches around the globe. Donating blood is something Pastor Chris recommends to his listeners on a regular basis. Doing so, he says, helped provide needed life-saving natural resources to health institutions.

To this specific end, Pastor Chris led Christ Embassy to found Trauma Care International Foundation. The goal of this institution is to provide health and emergency services to those in desperate need of it. The vast majority of its recipients are very poor so the foundation provides its services for free. Every procedure done under their care is subsidized by the foundation. The foundation doesn’t just run a single clinic but is working to create a worldwide network of blood donators. In addition, the institution supports medical research and procedures all over the world.

As a result of his emphasis, his listers have become passionate about giving blood, with many planning to come out on a special day. Come June 14, Pastor Chris is urging all residents of Lagos, Nigeria and surrounding areas to voluntarily give. Those who want to participate on this day are asked to register at https://traumacareinternational.org/home/blooddonation. Pastor Chris’ concerns are very well founded. All across the world, there is a constant need for more blood for treating a vast variety of health conditions.

This includes treatments for all ages, from newborns to the very elderly. June 14 will see them having places to give in almost every country in the world. The constant demand is currently so extreme that an adequate supply can only be attained if everyone is regularly giving. But while the need is very great and urgent, TCI is always committed to the most quality, patient, and safe practices. And the work of blood donation institutions of all stripes are making positive improvements all across the world. Yet the need is still tremendous.

Don’t hesitate thinking your small input of blood is too insignificant. Every contribution helps. The global event will this year be headquartered in Athens. This is the birthplace of human philosophy and the finest ideals. It is appropriate, then, that this year’s international drive will highlight values like altruism, respect, empathy and kindness which underline and sustain voluntary unpaid blood donation systems. It will focus on stories of specific individuals whose lives were saved because of blood donations. The drive management hopes that such motivation will encourage the growth of the donating population in the future.

The foundation will also pay to help set up donating chapters. They are committed to doing anything that will help. Many people have donated blood at some point in their lives. But there are yet a surprising many … Read More

Read More

Step by Step Options for the Right Practical Education for the Children

Month: June 2018

In order to hold a pen properly, to properly dose the force during writing and the whole thing over a longer period of time, students need well-defined fine motor skills. If the fine motor skills in children are not sufficiently trained, prolonged writing can lead to aching and cramped hands and consequently to an illegible writing.

If correcting regularly resembles the deciphering of hieroglyphs and every word has to be deciphered, the motivation of the corrector can quickly flute, on the other hand many teachers ask themselves: is the student’s handwriting getting worse and worse? From the First level till the advanced you need to be specific on this.

And: How can you help students who – due to lack of motor skills – have an excuse for the expression “sow claw”?

Writing and fine motor skills of students worsened

The impression that many have did not seem to deceive:

Fine motor skills

Writing illegible writing or problems over a longer period of time can be the result of deficits in fine motor skills. Regardless of school, 87% report a deterioration of the writing motor skills. Among teachers at secondary schools, 79% believe that students’ handwriting has developed negatively in recent years.

It is already difficult for many students in secondary schools to write for half an hour without complaints: only 38% of their students attested to the teachers’ ability to write for 30 minutes without cramping or fatigue of the hand.

84% of participating elementary school teachers sees the deterioration of the fine motor skills of the students as the cause of the problems with the handwriting. This assumption is closely followed by “too little exercise at home” (61%) and the “progressive digitization of communication” (53%).

Fine motor skills are an important prerequisite for the development of a legible handwriting

  • The term “fine motor skills” commonly refers to the small, precise movements that we can perform with our hands, fingers, mouth, and facial muscles (facial expressions). The motor skills of hands and fingers are particularly relevant to writing.
  • For these movements to succeed as we would like, good visual perception is important, especially pronounced hand-eye coordination. It is necessary to pay attention to the ruling and to be able to reproduce the letters correctly. In addition, children must be able to assess the use of force and learn the right pen hold.
  • In infancy (15 months to 3 years) it can explore the environment by the independent gait. Springing out of the stroller, the still unsafe movements become more fluid and stable during this time. In addition, new forms of movement are added, for. As stairs rise, balance, jump, wear.
  • The pre-term (3-6 years) is characterized by an accelerated muscle growth resulting in an increase of strength and endurance is obtained.

The more and more precisely applied fine motor skills can be well observed in the painting movement. This is initially controlled by large muscles and is carried out by the arm (large-scale images), but … Read More

Read More