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.... mq IB]IIMII UlNI~] Cape Gazette HEALTH & FITNESS TUESDAY, JUNE 7 - THURSDAY, JUNE 9, 2011 25 Local caregiver receives award Visiting Angels of Sussex has named Margaret "Peggy" Car- bone of Millsboro its Delaware caregiver of the month for May. The home care company pro- vides services to help seniors and disabled adults remain inde- pendent and in their own homes for a better quality of life. David Forman, .Visiting Angels president, said, "Peggy has shown exem- plary ability and compas- sion, and her service . has generated kind praise for the agency from care recipients and their fami- lies." Carbone Peggy Carbone joined V'tsiting Angels with near- ly 30 years of experience and was ready for the most challeng- ing cases from the start. She presently provides assistance to a patient recovering from a fall by preparing meals, assisting with hygiene, performing light housekeeping, and providing companionship, and she pro- vides ongoing respite care for another family whose mother suffers from Alzheim r's. Visiting Angels rewards em- ployees based on their customer care and wiUingness to step in to meet the agency's needs, even when it's on short notice or not convenient. Carbone says she loves what she does. "I really enjoy my time with rr/y care recipients, and fred they image of our company, and we seem to enjoy sharing their life only employ those who we stories and most precious mem- would trust with our own fami- ories with me," she said. lies." "We're really'proudto count To fmd out how Visiting An- Peggy among our family of ex- gels can help, call 302-329-9475 ceUent caregivers," said Forman. or go to visitingangels.com/sus- "Our employees are the face and sexde. to E! Livin Richard L.Todd, Ph.D., M. Div. C Licensed Psychologist with over 30 years experience Shore View Medical Ctr, Dr. Jani's Office on Rte. 9 Spellman to share ABCs of skin cancer Free program set June 10 in Rehoboth The public is invited to join Dr. James Spellman, surgical on- cologist at Beebe Medical Cen- ter, at 2 p.m., Friday, June 10, as he provides the ABCs of skin can- cer including symptoms, risk factors, screening recommenda- tions and risk reduction. SpeUman will share this edu- cational program and will be available to answer skin cancer questions. This progam will al- so include a presentation by a melanoma survivor. "Ask The Doctor; A Skin Cancer Jour- ney" will be held at The Wellness Com- munity's Sussex facility, 18947 John J. Williams Highway, Suite James S0ellman 312, Rehoboth at the Medical Arts Building of the Beebe Health Campus. To register for this progam or to receive fur- ther information, call 302-645- 9150. This program was resched- uled from May. This is just one of The Well- ness Community's Ask The Doc- tor Series. These informational, cancer-related programs are planned to assist thepublic with valuable information in an infor- mal setting. All programs at The Wellness Community are free of charge to people affected by can- cer and their loved ones. The Wellness Community- Delaware, an affiliate of the Can- cer Support Community, is part of a national nonprofit organiza- tion that provides support, edu- cation and hope to people with cancer and their loved ones. For more information go to well- nessdelaware.org. "Who wouldhave thought I would be home the same day that I had my hysterectomy?" Advanced, minimally invasive gynecologic surgery at Beebe Medical Center leads to less pain and a faster recovery. Delphine Rideau of Millsboro, Delaware, was like so many women who have suffered constant abdominal pain and heavy menstrual bleeding only to find out they need a hysterectomy. Then she learned that she was a candidate for the revolutionary laparoscopic hysterectomy performed at Beebe Medical Center. To read Delphine's story and to learn more about this new and advanced Surgery at Beebe Medical Center, visit beebemed.org and click on Patient Care Services and then Women's Health. Beobe's AIMIS accredited gyneroloc cal surgeons offer leadbg-edge care: (hft to right) Steven D. Berlin, MD; Leo H. Eschbach, Jr., DO; and Vincent B. KIIhe,, MD. Quality. insist on Beebe.