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Graduations 2024

#Congratulations to our graduates! We have seven high school graduates! Three are headed to university – two waiting to hear and one accepted at Nursing School. Four vocational high school graduates will continue for another two years to receive their associate certificates in Marketing and Tourism. Nipa completed her Associates Certificate in Tourism and Hospitality and is ready for the job market. From the Maepang Middle School, A and Tiew are headed to Phrao High School. And last but not least, BpiMai graduates from kindergarten and starts first grade in May. They all graduated with top grades, and we are very proud of them!

Many of us find ourselves in a unique position of caring for our aging parents and grandparents. As our loved ones enter their golden years, it becomes increasingly important to ensure their safety and well-being, especially when it comes to preventing falls. Falls among seniors can have devastating consequences, but with a few simple precautions, we can help keep Grandma and Grandpa safe and sound in their own homes.

Here’s a checklist of items you can check at your grandparents’ home to help prevent falls:

1. Home Modifications: Take a walk through your grandparents’ home and look for potential hazards such as loose rugs, slippery floors, and uneven surfaces. Consider installing grab bars in the bathroom and near stairs to provide extra support and stability.

2. Proper Lighting:Adequate lighting is crucial for preventing falls, especially in areas such as hallways, staircases, and entrances. Make sure all areas of the home are well-lit, and consider adding night lights to help navigate during the night.

3. Medication Management: Review your grandparents’ medications with them and their healthcare provider to ensure they are not taking any medications that could increase their risk of falls. Keep track of their medication schedule and help them stay organized to prevent missed doses.

4. Footwear: Encourage your grandparents to wear supportive and properly fitting footwear, as ill-fitting shoes can increase the risk of falls. Consider investing in slip-resistant socks or shoes with non-skid soles for added traction.

5. Vision and Hearing: Schedule regular eye and ear exams for your grandparents to address any vision or hearing impairments that could contribute to falls. Make sure they have the appropriate corrective measures, such as glasses or hearing aids, to improve their sensory awareness.

6. Nutrition and Hydration: Help your grandparents maintain a balanced diet rich in nutrients and stay hydrated to prevent weakness and dizziness, which can increase the risk of falls.

7. Physical Activity: Encourage your grandparents to stay active with regular exercise, such as walking, yoga, or tai chi, to improve strength, balance, and flexibility.

By taking these simple steps, you can help create a safer environment for your grandparents and reduce their risk of falls. Remember, prevention is key, and a little effort now can go a long way in keeping Grandma and Grandpa safe and independent.

At Warm Heart, we understand the importance of fall prevention for seniors in our local area. That’s why we’re dedicated to promoting awareness and providing resources and support to help keep our elderly population safe and thriving. Together, we can make a difference in the lives of our loved ones and ensure they enjoy their golden years to the fullest.

Please visit our  fall prevention program to learn more or to get involved in our efforts. Thank you for your commitment to keeping Grandma and Grandpa safe!

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Biochar Life and Siam Cement Group Announce Strategic Partnership to Revolutionize Sustainable Construction

In a move toward environmental sustainability, Biochar Life and Siam Cement Group (SCG) Cement and Building Materials Business have entered into a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly explore and develop biochar-infused cement and sustainable building materials. This collaboration represents a significant milestone in efforts to reduce the construction industry’s carbon footprint and push forward global sustainability initiatives.

The partnership aims to leverage biochar’s potential in the construction sector, starting with a pilot project at Chiang Mai University for biochar-infused cement roads. This initiative not only sets a new standard for sustainable construction practices but also focuses on integrating biochar production into SCG’s supply chain to ensure the availability of high-quality biochar for building materials. The comprehensive research and development efforts will concentrate on optimizing biochar’s production and application in construction, with an emphasis on environmental benefits and carbon removal credit opportunities.

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Transforming Delivery with a Purpose

Biochar Life champions the fight against climate change by converting agricultural waste into biochar, a carbon-rich substance that sequesters carbon dioxide, thereby reducing greenhouse gas emissions. This not only addresses the critical issue of climate change but also supports the well-being and livelihood of smallholder farmers in marginalized regions of Africa and Southeast Asia. By focusing on gender and income equality, Biochar Life ensures that its impact is both profound and inclusive.

Trina’s Concierge & Catering, on the other hand, has been redefining the food delivery service since its inception in 2020. With a women-led, family-run ethos, TCC brings over two decades of expertise to provide unparalleled service, from setting up appointments to coordinating food deliveries for groups of all sizes. Their commitment to superior service, customer satisfaction, and a wide variety of food options sets them apart in the industry.

“Partnering with Biochar Life embodies our commitment to not only serve our clients but to also care for our planet. This initiative allows us to contribute to a vital cause, turning every meal we deliver into a step towards environmental sustainability. The team is proud to join forces with Biochar Life, ensuring our services lead to a positive impact far beyond the dining table.” – Trina, Founder, Trina’s Concierge & Catering

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