Beloit Health System Foundation Mission Statement
The mission of Beloit Health System Foundation is the development, management and distribution of gifts to assist Beloit Health System in providing excellence in health care for the Stateline area.
Beloit Health System Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) public foundation which was established in 1983. The mission of the Foundation is the development, management and distribution of gifts and other support to enable Beloit Health System to achieve the objectives stated in its Mission Statement. To that end, Beloit Health System Foundation works to encourage, develop, support, and accept funds and endowments for the construction, staffing, and other functions of Beloit Health System. In addition, the Foundation also supports the charitable, educational or scientific programs of the hospital and the clinics.
Persons seeking additional information regarding tribute or memorial gifts of cash, stock, trust, personal property, or bequests, may contact the Foundation’s Executive Director Lara Hermann, at 1969 West Hart Road, Beloit, Wisconsin 53511. Phone: 608-363-5724, Fax: 608-363-5702, or e-mail email@example.com
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CEANCI is committed to four beliefs:
Providing equitable access to relevant programming for all students.
Balancing district and CEANCI priorities that align to current and projected regional needs.
Practicing fiscal responsibility in order to maximize efficient distribution of resources.
Developing and sustaining respectful relationships within the partnerships among all stakeholder groups.
The objectives for CEANCI are stated in five goals that form the structure of the strategic plan passed by the Board of Governors on July 23, 2013.
The CEANCI will assess distribution of programs and develop a CEANCI Regional Site Plan that meets the needs of member districts.
The CEANCI will establish curriculum that aligns to current industry needs and prepares students for college and careers.
The CEANCI will develop partnerships that engage all stakeholders including member districts, employers, higher education and communities.
The CEANCI will develop a funding plan that will address current and future programming needs and will aggressively pursue new funding sources.
The CEANCI will communicate and promote program options, benefits, and rewards to students, families, educators, employers and community.
This document is a strategic plan created by the Career Education Associates of North Central Illinois member districts of Belvidere-District 100, Byron-District 226, Harlem-District 122, Hononegah-District 207, Meridian-District 223, North Boone-District 200, Oregon-District 220, Rockford-District 205, South Beloit-District 320, Winnebago-District 323, Rock Valley College and the Boone-Winnebago Regional Office of Education to serve as a long-term guide for the CEANCI organization. It involves major initiatives in five areas: regional programming, curriculum alignment and relevancy, partnership engagement, fiscal responsibility, and internal and external communication with stakeholders.
The Beloit Center has convenient hours to serve working adults and is a short drive from the thriving communities of Rockford, Beloit, and Janesville. Coursework is offered in accelerated format. Classes meet just one night per week. There are no out-of-pocket costs for textbooks, either. You can work full time while earning a degree at Concordia University Beloit Center.
Associate’s and Bachelor’s Degrees
Criminal Justice Management
Diagnostic Medical Sonography
Health Care Management
Human Resource Management
Radiologic Technology – Completion
Master of Business Administration
Master of Science – Counseling
Master of Science – Educational Administration
Master of Science – Literacy
Master of Science – Organizational Leadership Administration
Certificates and Licensure
Criminal Justice Management
Health Care Management
Human Resource Management
EPILEPSY INDEPENDENT SUPPORT PROGRAM
The EISP (Epilepsy Independent Support Program) helps adults with epilepsy and other developmental disabilities to become more self-sufficient, develop independence in daily living, and become more fully integrated into the community. Our program is an intermittent EISP rather than a group home. Members of our program live in their own apartments and receive intensive case management. We offer EISP only in Rockford, IL. Whether you are looking for an intermittent EISP or a 24-hour EISP, it is important to research options in your area and contact the agencies that offer them. Most EISPs have waiting lists, so getting into one can be a lengthly process. For more information specifically about our program, contact Ben.
Customized epilepsy education programs are available for a variety of audiences, including:
schools and childcare centers
social service providers
civic and community groups
people with epilepsy and their families
The availability of onsite programs varies by location. Where we are not able to provide onsite programs, videos can be loaned.
Members of the Illinois epilepsy community participate in statewide and national efforts to increase awareness of epilepsy and funding for epilepsy research and services. The Illinois Epilepsy ActionThe Illinois Epilepsy Action Network is a grassroots advocacy network addressing issues affecting people affected by epilepsy on the state and federal levels. Speak Up, Speak Out Speak Up, Speak Out is a grassroots advocacy network that connects citizens with their federal elected officials on issues of national importance to the epilepsy community. Kids Speak Up! is a national conference for youth leaders with epilepsy. It provides 7-16 year olds with a unique opportunity to educate elected officials and staff about seizure disorders.
Rockford Adults with Epilepsy: Meets the 2nd Thursday of every month 9:30-noon
Location: Epilepsy Foundation Office 321 W. state st. room 208, Rockford, IL
4th Thursday of of every month EXCEPT in November and December. In the month of November and December group will meet the3rd Thursday
Location: Broadway Methodist Church 1503 Broadway, Rockford, IL
Contact: Susan Beeler 815-964-2689, x18
Rockford support group for children and teens:
Contact: Amanda Rodriguez 815-964-2689 ext. 20
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In the early years, almost every able-bodied man helped the fire department in one way or another. Volunteers may or may not have had gear and they learned by experience. Today, training is a priority and both gear and training is regulated by the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
In 1949, new firefighters were assigned a long coat, hip boots, helmet and striped cotton gloves; there were no air masks. A new firefighter now receives a helmet, leather boots, coat, and bunkers, and gloves as well as a personal air mask.
Each firefighter is trained in firefighting, extrication, water rescue, forcible entry, carbon monoxide (CO) and gas detection instruments, and hazardous material identification and mitigation. Many are Emergency Medical Technicians whether they are at the Basic or Paramedic level. Each firefighter is also encouraged to learn the specialized training that is available to them. Firefighters have also been trained in other specialized fields to help with specific emergencies. Many firefighters have specialized and high-tech training backgrounds in various work fields, and are able to bring that knowledge to an emergency scene.
At least one new recruit class is held every year as well as the Basic Operations Firefighter Certification Class. Training continues every week with drill night and other specialized trainings. All firefighters are trained in CPR and must maintain current certification.
The Illinois State Fire Marshal’s Office mandates that all fires are investigated for cause and origin. The department has a team of state-certified investigators ready to respond. The IL State Fire Marshal’s Fire Investigator is also requested on any suspicious fires, on any high dollar fires, where anyone is injured, or in the event of a fatality.
In the early years, if you had an emergency in the Harlem-Roscoe Fire District you dialed 3-4341 to get help. It was a party line and would ring into the fire station, and the home of the Fire Chief as well as a few of the firefighters’ homes or businesses. The siren could be set off at the fire station and a couple of the Chiefs had a button at their home or business. The first firefighter to the fire station would write where the fire was on a black board such as fire at Brown Farm.
Harlem-Roscoe Fire today has Dispatchers on duty 24/7 at their Dispatch Center located in their Fire Station #1. It has the latest advancements in dispatching, computerized equipment and software. A computerized mapping program shows the dispatcher where every fire hydrant is located in the district as well as business floor plans and information such as hazards. The dispatcher also sends the address via a group text to firefighter’s cell phones. And before responding, the volunteer firefighters can send a text to dispatch showing them on a monitor who is responding.
Heritage Woods of Rockford is located on Show Place Drive, east of the Jane Adams Memorial Tollway (I-39/I-90) and north of East State Street (Business Hwy. 20).
Rockford is located in the heart of Winnebago County in north central Illinois.
Heritage Woods is fully certified to operate through the Illinois Supportive Living program. The community has been managed byGardant Management Solutions (formerly BMA Management, Ltd.), since the community opened for occupancy in Rockford, Illinois in October 2007.
Senior living provider Gardant is the largest provider of assisted living in Illinois and the 14th largest provider of assisted living in the nation.
Designed to serve adults 65 and older of all incomes who may need some help to maintain their independence, Heritage Woods affordable assisted living provides a wonderful alternative to a nursing home or to struggling alone at home, especially for those who cannot afford private pay assisted living.
Especially Designed for You
The three-story building houses 99 apartments. Studio and one-bedroom floor plans are available, each with a kitchenette, spacious bathroom with shower, and emergency response system.
Community areas include an activity room, beauty/barber shop, convenience store, dining room, exercise room, library, multi-purpose room, patio and television lounge.
Certified nurses assistants are on-duty 24 hours a day, seven days a week to provide the personal assistance needed by residents. They work under the direction of the community’s licensed nursing staff.
To schedule a visit to see all that Heritage Woods of Rockford has to offer or to learn more about affordable assisted living in Rockford, Illinolis, you can call us at 815-332-5777.
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We are a working club, not a social club, but…. WE HAVE FUN WORKING!
Meetings are held every fourth Thursday (except November and December) at Talcott Library, 101 East Main St, Rockton, IL 61072
Academic scholarships for Hononegah H.S. students
Camp Scholarships for junior/senior high school students
“Adopt a Resident” at Fair Oaks Nursing Home
Holiday “Giving Tree” – collecting needed items for community organizations
Sponsorship of various public library projects
Annual “Make a Difference Day”
Contributions to local organizations
OUR ANNUAL ART & CRAFT FAIR IS A MAJOR FUNDRAISER THAT ASSISTS IN OUR PHILANTRHOPHIC PROJECTS
Timothy A. Honquest began Honquest Family Funeral Home with Crematory because he recognized a need for it in the community. A northern Illinois native, he earned a business degree from Western Illinois University and then enrolled in Worsham College of Mortuary Science before coming to Rockford to complete an internship. He never left. Eventually, however, the unpleasant task of sliding sky-high bills across his desk to grief-stricken families dampened his enthusiasm for the funeral business. He had to ask himself what he could do to help those people who were upset over their loss and now angry over the huge bill that needed immediate payment. His answer was to quit his job as manager of a rival corporate mortuary and open his own funeral home.
After a decade of service to the community, we moved into our Loves Park location at 4311 N. Mulford Road in the fall of 2005. Our second location opened in Roscoe at 11342 Main Street, downtown Roscoe, in November, 2007. We are pleased to offer our families such impressive, beautiful facilities which include large foyers, multiple chapels, hospitality rooms for refreshments and visiting as well as our own on-site crematory. You are surrounded by a fireplaces, fountains, beautiful artwork and furnishings which all create an atmosphere of comfort.
The funeral service business has been characterized by high costs for years. Families can now receive the same high quality of care they expect for hundreds and in many cases, thousands, of dollars less than the cost at other funeral homes. We pride ourselves on our First Class Service and First Class Facilities and our commitment to the details that make your loved one’s service unique and a true reflection of who they were in a way that fits your needs, values and budget. Our success is dependent upon our ability to provide families with a positive and meaningful experience while under our care and guidance. It would be our honor to guide you on this journey.