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Cape Gazette HEALTH & FITNESS TUESDAY. DECEMBER 13 - THURSDAY. DECEMBER 15. 2011 17 Jill Visiting Angels of Sussex has awarded Lillian Senn of Mills- boro its Caregiver of the Month honor for October. The company helps seniors and disabled adults remain independent and in their own homes for a better quality of life. David Forman, president of Visiting Angels, said, "Lillian shows true compassion for her care recipients. She is very proactive and detail oriented in communicating her client's needs and progress, which al- lows us to provide better service and keep clients' families well in- formed." According to Forman, Senn provides both hourly and live- in service based on needs, and has often made herself available -on short notice Lillian Senn to cover for oth- er employees when persona] issues interrupt their schedules. Visiting Angels offer services from a couple of hours to 24/7 care. Serm provides assistance with personal hygiene, light housekeeping, meal prepa- ration, errands and appbint- ments, and compassionate com- panionship. Forman adds, "Lillian has been one of our most professional and reliable employees. She is among our most requested "angels," with expertise in Alzheimer's, dementia and stroke care." Visiting Angels rewards em- ployees based on their customer care, and willingness to step in to meet the agency's needs, even when it's on short notice or not convenient. "We're really proud to count Lillian among our family of supe- rior caregivers," says Forman. "Our employees are the face of our company, and we only em- ploy those whom we would trust with our own families." The Natnral Energy o L'" ] For Stress Reduetlon and Pain Relief[ I Relhi Maste ] wisdomolreil~i@~mail.eom ] 302.864.8444 ] Call toi" appointment ] $25 per session ] Acupuncturists offer low-cost session Dec. 18 Clinic set for Rehoboth Mall A group of Lewes-Rehoboth acupuncturists is offering low- cost introductory treatments in a community setting to be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 18, at Rehoboth Mall. "Many people are curious about alternative medicine but have not had the chance to try it," says Kevin Clark, a licensed acupuncturist in Rehoboth. He also specializes in herbal medi- cine and completed his rotations in a Chinese hospital. "We would like to provide these people that opportunity." The clinic will be located at the Baron and Butler School of Massage in Rehoboth Mall (near Radio Shack). Space is limited, so those interested are encouraged to call ahead. Those electing treatment will pay on a sliding scale from $20- 30 (cash only), depending on what they can afford. "We use a sliding scale sb that we can sepa- rate the issue of money from treatment," Clark says. Clark suggests wearing com- fortable, loose-fitting clothing. "We use a style of acupuncture that allows us to provide an ef- fective treatment by just using points on the arms and legs," he says. A variety of conditions may be treated with acupuncture. Those that respond well in this type of setting include low ener- gy, anxiety, depression and stress. People experiencing acute-type pain such as back, joint or muscle sprains or strains would Nso benefit. For more details, Clark can be 302- ?-0143 or at "I felt heaviness in my chest.It was almost like I ate something that bothered me. I couldn't catch my breath. I should have known better," Sylvest r Quillen's family called 91 l. The ambulance took him directly to Beebe Medical Center's Emergency Department. He arrived at 11:55 p.m., and within 51 minutes, Interventional Cardiologist Mouhanad Freih, MD, opened the blocked artery in his heart and nserted a stent to restore blood flow. To rea QOitlen's entire story, visit our website at Click on Cardiac & Vascular Services. 11 when symptoms first appear. The best outcomes occur when treatment is given promptly. geebe Medical Center Lewes, DeJaware www.beebemed.org S d Sylvester Quillen, Jr, MilMlle, and Interventional Cardiologist Mouha ad Freih, M.D. e