Showing posts from October, 2015

You Are Invited to The Immigrant Women’s Small Business Expo NOVEMBER 8 2015

Hey it's your Girl JA Nursing here, with another great event to share.  In a  article in the Financial post it cited “Once you empower a woman financially, it changes her life and the community entirely,” says Ms. Alexander, who spent nearly a decade working in Afghanistan with various charities. CSBW's  goal   is to give aspiring and current business women of Canada a chance to not only network, but to also showcase their business and learn from the best. They  offer a myriad of opportunities throughout the year.

On October 4 2015,  Canadian Small Business Women CEO Dwania Peele  did it again, bringing  The Immigrant Women’s Small Business Expo to  Ottawa.  With great success she is at it again.  On November 8 2015,  Canadian Small Business Women will be hosting  another FREE Expo!   Great news you  are all   invited to be a part of this amazing  movement. It has been Dwania Peele's  mission to help educate and promote women creating successful self-owned businesses. 

5 Factors that can be Affecting your Child's Self Esteem

Hi it's your Girl JA Nursing here,  As a   Mother I often have to check my self confidence meter. I realize that my confidence has a impact on my Children.
The reason for this blog is to really examine ways in which we can all work towards increasing our self esteem with positive affirmations, taking a look at how we as parents play a big role in nurturing this for our children. With back to school underway.  I often wonder what issues effect boys. So I asked my Son Anthony  who is 16,  how he felt about his confidence? His response was funny. He said, "Mom I don't have  self esteem issues, I have friends, I get good grades and nothing bothers me." I felt great to hear this  answer, but since I am not a man, it can be difficult at times identifying ways in which I can work on increasing  my Son's  self esteem and self confidence.

   Self esteem, Self confidence are big issues for many. I remember going back to school every year with the fear of being teas…


Hi  lovely readers it your girl  JA Nursing here, with  winter reaming it's ugly head, I will continue to look for alternatives solutions.  Be aware  that the information that  I providedoes notreplace  medical advice. The knowledge that I am giving you is at best, an empowerment tool. My goal is help you advocate for your self with your health care provider. Our services provide you with the convenient health coaching approach, which will enable use to feel empowered for the rest of your life. 

During the fall and  winter chronic illness sufferers have a harder time with maintaining  a healthy life style. It's a fact that individuals sometimes become less active  when it is gloomy and cool outside.  Which can lead to increased arthritis flare ups, or difficulties keeping diabetes under control  due to  most people going back into old habits with those delicious comfort foods that tend to keep you warm in the winter.

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Hi It's your  Girl JA Nursing here with a couple days left for Atoms Of Fashion  to hit The6ix Lets do a little review of Sickle Cell  

Sickle Cell Disease (also called Sickle Cell Anemia) is a group of red blood cell disorders you have inherited and are born with.  Currently there is no universal cure for sickle cell disease.
  It is something you will have your whole life, and need to learn how to live with it, so that you can continue living as normally as possible, with schooling, work, and family life. As it is inherited, you also need to know your partner’s Sickle Cell status as you could pass it onto your future children too.
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All races should be screened for this hemoglobin at birth.
 A carrier of sickle cell disease is also said to have the sickle cell trait. This person has inherited a sickle cell gene from a parent, but does not have sickle cell disease and is not more likely to g…

Employment and HealthCare info Session October 19

Employment & Healthcare Info Session October 19 2015 @12:00 pm - 2:00 pm Are you in the Healthcare industry and having difficulties finding your perfect job? Our information session with JA Nursing We Care Inc. will help new and current health care professionals get the job that they deserve.
Learn about:

Jobs in healthcareTraining and education requirementsWhat employers look forHow to stand out as a job candidateThe information session will also cover:

Resume and cover letter preparationInterview coachingJob refresher and readiness programsTutoring for healthcare students (PSW, RPN, RN)If you are interested in starting a career in healthcare or find it difficult to find the right job, this information session is for you!
To register, contact:Courtney Dorrington
(416) 649-1731 

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October 19 2015 are you voting ? Make your Voice be Heard

Hi it's your girl JA Nursing here,  over the Last couple months I have have had the opportunity to  advocate for voting  at Youthday  Federal Election edition put on by  organizer Tylain Duggan of youth day.  Jane and Finch Votes Organized by Jamil  Javani Osgoode Law Professor. I also  had the opportunity  to attend a candidate  debate in  Etobicoke North  at Rexdale community Hub, which isespecially important to me because I grew up in Etobicoke  and  live in Etobicoke also known as Rexdale.  Canada’s 42nd federal election is on  Monday October 19 2015. Today many stations had coverage of individual candidates like.

It is  very important that you not only know which party you would like to represent you in this years Federal Election;  but  you must understand what each candidate individually represents for your area.

So the burning question is who do you think will represents your area, …

Lamar Odem wakes up! Intervention Time

Hey It's your Girl JA Nursing here, well for the last couple of days  we have seen headlines like
Lamar Odom Went Off the Rails   Over 'Keeping Up with the Kardashians I had to weight in on the situation. Is this a Social issue, Mental health issue or a expected issue?  I don't know about you but the facts are the facts and then the reality is the reality. In my career I have seen this situation time and time again. I could blame situations but as a Nurse I see past the situation and look at the overall story.
According to reports from the hospital, doctors are still waiting to figure out if Khloe Kardashian's ex has sustained significant brain damage, which is a concern considering his coma and general condition following his apparent drug overdose at a Nevada brothel on Tuesday.
It appears Odom suffered an ischemic stroke, which occurs when a blood clot prevents blood flow to the brain — and that kind of stroke is most typically associated with overdose patient…


Hi Toronto it's your girl JA Nursing here,  with some exciting news.  For his first time in Canada, African-American author Derrick Jaxn aka the Self-Love Ambassador alongside Toronto’s own Makini Smith are joining forces to bring you an evening of intimate and intellectual conversations in "The Self Love Chronicles" (#TheSelfLoveChronicles) moderated by Karlyn Percil-Mercieca, Founder of the SisterTalk Group on Thursday, October 15th, 2015 at 7:00pm inside the Revival (783 College St., Toronto).
Derrick Jaxn is a celebrity lifestyle blogger and public speaker. He was recently featured on CNN, speaking on race relations and police brutality. He is a poet and author of top selling relationship books; A Cheating Man’s Heart, A Cheating Man’s Heart 2, and his most recent poetry book I Still Want It. Derrick’s mission is to restore people’s faith in love around the world. “His viral social media quotes and books …