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Do you prefer to receive medical treatment from a home health care provider vs going to a medical clinic or hospital? Why or why not?

Bonali Barua Kautz hopes to continue touching lives as the newly elected president of the Arizona Association for Home Care (AAHC), a state-wide nonprofit organization for home healthcare providers.

Kautz has been a practicing physical therapist of 26 years and has been director of clinical operations at BAYADA Home Health Care since 2016.

“I would be able to touch more lives through education,” said Kautz. “In home health, clinicians work closely one-on-one. A lot of times we would see good outcomes from the home health care setting ... Just the general happiness you see in (patients) is great.”

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Colette Andrews
Data Specialist CLL at Cochise College
Good Morning, NABURs! Today at 12 p.m. we invite you to join our Cochise College Center for Lifelong Learning FREE Virtual Brown Bag Lecture titled "Congo" presented by David Tannenbaum. Here is the information:

with David Tannenbaum

The setting for Conrad’s Heart of Darkness, a jungle pulsing with the flow of Africa’s greatest river. Once the Kongo Kingdom, then the Belgian Congo, Zaire, and now The Democratic Republic of the Congo. This vast land of riches and diversity is better known for hardship: Colonization, dictatorship, war, AIDS, Ebola. Yet its people display such great resilience, creativity, and humor, such joie de vivre. And they make some of the best music and beer in Africa! Grab your lunch and get ready to explore the Congo's history and listen to a firsthand account of its situation today.

Today, April 14
12 - 1 p.m.

Here is the zoom link to use to enter the lecture:

The link won't work until 12 p.m. today. We hope you can join us!

SVUSD announces two-day outdoor graduation, provides COVID-19 updates

Sierra Vista Unified School District Superintendent Dr. Eric Holmes said more than 70% of Buena High School seniors and their parents voted in a survey to have a traditional graduation ceremony.

SVUSD Public Information Officer Valerie Weller said the graduation ceremony will be held at Buena’s Loveless Stadium football field, with one group of students walking on May 26 and the second on May 27 at 7 p.m. both nights. Social distancing and masks will be required throughout the ceremony.

Holmes also gave a COVID-19 update for the board. He reported that Cochise County was in “substantial transmission,” according to the Arizona Department of Health Services COVID-19 benchmarks, which defines an area that has 50-99 new cases per 100,000 individuals as "substantial."

Since Tuesday's board meeting, the ADHS has updated the number of cases and status of transmission in Cochise County. For the week of March 28, the department is reporting the county had 41 new cases per 100,000 individuals, a "moderate spread."

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