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Transcript: Welcome to Indus Communities, I wanted to take a moment and acknowledge that you have a choice where you work and let you know how much we appreciate you choosing Indus. Indus was founded upon the principles of serving and caring for those around us. We specialize in taking under performing properties and repositioning them into successful, beautiful and thriving communities that our residents are proud to call home. By choosing Indus, you carry the responsibility and duty to help those that come through our doors find a home. What a wonderful opportunity each of us has to help those in our community. Whether it’s a prospect, a vendor or another team member, be mindful that we all have a common goal to be successful while continuing to provide a return to our investors. I mention investors and I am proud to say that 20% of our company is made up of our employee investors. Our mission is clear: We are committed to establishing communities where residents are happy and proud to call us home. I relate with many of our residents who are on a similar journey that me and my family took many years ago. Some of them are first-time renters immigrating to Houston and do not have any help. I am in the position to give back to my community and provide more resources to them. Our foundation, The Alka and Ajay Gupta Foundation, partners with all of our Indus communities to lend a helping hand many times throughout the year. In closing, If I could give any advice, I would ask that you to be considerate of one another and remember the following: Always give your best Be respectful to those around you Have enthusiasm and remember to enjoy your work Be forward thinking and think like an owner Be relentless in your quest to getting things accomplished Lead with integrity On behalf of my family, I want to welcome you to the Indus family. Together, great things are possible. Christmas Day Vision Morning Joe? Labor Day m g What we do... Memorial Day Vacation Time show and tell Other Company Benefits Thanksgiving Day Voting Leave of the Indus k In the Operations Team Video Surveillance and Telephone Monitoring Policy Employees are not allowed to have guests or visitors while at work unless prior approval is received from management. Violation of this policy may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. innovation Social Media Dental Welcome to Indus Milestone Departments New Year's Day J To put forth our full effort and concentration into our work, the following guidelines should be followed for personal telephone usage: No more than 2 personal phone calls during work. Your supervisor may make exceptions in emergency situations. Phone calls should last no more than 3 minutes each. Cell phones should be stored in your desk. NO TEXTING WILL BE ALLOWED IN THE WORKPLACE. Failure to comply with this policy may result in disciplinary action up to and including termination of employment. Video Surveillance To promote the safety of team members and Company visitors, as well as the security of Company facilities, Indus MGMT may find it necessary to monitor and record work areas and Company facilities with security cameras when there is a specific job or business-related reason to do so, such as security or theft protection. Only authorized personnel will be permitted to view surveillance footage. Team members should not have any expectation of privacy on Company premises. Team member privacy in certain, non-work-related private areas, such as restrooms or dressing rooms, will be respected under this Video Surveillance policy to the extent possible and/or as required by applicable law. Telephone Recording Indus MGMT may monitor and/or record Company telephone communication for legitimate management and business reasons as applicable law allows. Such monitoring and/or recording of telephone communications includes calls made directly to or from a Company telephone or device, as well as calls forwarded from a Company telephone or device to a team member’s personal telephone or device. All Company information and communication systems/devices inducing, without limitation, Company telephones, Company cell phones, voice-mail, as well as information transmitted by, receive from, or stored in these systems/devices are the property of the Company. Team members should not have any expectation of privacy when suing Company telephones or cell phones, or when using personal telephone or cell phones to conduct Company business. Paid Holidays Vacation pay will not be issued to anyone unless time off has been taken. Vacation time does not accrue for employees who are on a leave of absence. Every applicable employee can carry over their accrued amount from one year to the next. All employees stop accruing vacation time once they have reached their maximum accrual. Vacation pay may not be used to pay an employee for more than 40 hours per week unless authorized by their manager. Employees with 12 months or more of

Teen Brain Template

Transcript: Why do teens do what they do? THE FOUR TENDENCIES is a [registered] trademark owned by Gretchen Rubin and used under license. All rights reserved. 2 Processes About 11-12 years old, adolescents have explosive growth in the prefrontal cortex, which requires "reconnecting" to other parts of the brain. This process is completed sometime between 25-30 years of age. Teen Brain Processes Neural pathways used grow stronger Myelin= white matter in brain: serves as an insulator 1. New Growth in Myelin Massively increases speed of transmission (100 fold) of electrical impulses from neuron to neuron Pruning process increases connectivity and efficiency 2. Pruning process begins Neural pathways not used are pruned Prefrontal Cortex Prefrontal Cortex Under Construction! Prefrontal Cortex CEO of Brain Planning Body regulation: nervous systems Attuned communication: feeling "felt" Prefrontal Cortex Functions Emotional Balance Response flexibility strategizing judgment 11-12 years old growth spurt- then... Period of pruning... Organizing new neural connections. Fear modulation Empathy Insight Moral awareness Intuition Not connected during adolescence! Impact on teen... Impact 1. More dependence on amygdala (emotions) rather than prefrontal cortex (rational thinking. 2. No pathways from limbic system to prefrontal cortex (loss of ability to think thorugh consequences of actions) 3. Alcohol/drugs--judgment/decision making impacted; faster dependency rate with binge drinking; Prefrontal cortex and hippocampus susceptible to damage--memory and problem solving deficits. Stress: 1. High levels impair memory 2. Accelerates pruning--may increase vulnerability to mental illness 3. Gene expression can be changed by stress (mental illness) 4. Anxious attachment with parent makes worse The Amygdala Has role in emotional learning Amygdala Functions of Amygdada Role in emotional learning Links emotions with sensory input from environment Teen more reliant on amygdala than PC during reconstruction Functions Home of fight/flight/freeze responses Absorbs/processes info faster than conscious awareness Intensifies emotions like infatuation/puppy love Amygdala swells with testosterone Intensifies sexual desires Intensifies irritability Intensifies aggressiveness Amygdala swells with testosterone Limbic system revves up hormones Limbic system revves up hormones Hormones in 14 year old shift 28 times a day No connections to thinking PC to counteract Amygdala Dopamine regulates hormonal response Shifts in estrogens/progestins can cause down mood/depression Unable to interpret emotions of others Unable to interpret emotions of others At age 14, nearly all emotions are perceived as anger. Sees fear as anger Teens may have inner sense of conviction that the other person’s neural response is filled with hostility and he cannot be trusted. A blank expression or bump in hallway can be interpreted as intentional. They often experience a parent’s neutral statements as aggressive. Two Routes to Amygdala Slow route: Higher cortex sifts through information, reasons, reflects, then informs amygdala in a calm and rational way The slow route is used more in adults. Path to Amygdala Fast Route Bypasses the cortex Simply sends incoming streams of perception directly to the amygdala. Teens—even in calm conditions- the fast route to amygdala activations occurs more readily in teens than in adults Corpus Callosum Corpus Callosum Corpus Callosum Functions Cable of nerves that connect two hemispheres of brain involved in Creativity Involved in problem solving Functions Grows significantly during adolescence. Involved in intuition--the wisdom coming from the body signals. Impact Impact Until it is more developed.... The thickness and depth of the corpus callosum determines the ability to connect narrative to emotions, think through emotional experiences, and learn to regulate emotions. limited ability to regulate emotions Important to connect words with emotions Parietal Lobe Parietal Lobe Functions of Parietal Lobe Sensory information Functions Hot, cold, touch, pain, etc. Parietal Lobe Development key for planning, paying attention, and reasoning. Impact Cerebellum Cerebellum Cerebellum Cerebellum sensitive to elevated levels of cortisol. Releases cortisol--destroys dendritic connections Involved in coordination of muscles and physical movement Coordination of thinking processes Abuse: Physical Sexual Verbal Functions Balances body motions Cerebellum Enables a person to do more complicated things mathematics, music, philosophy, decision-making, social skills, etc. Impact Bibliography Designed by Next Interactive Presentations:


Transcript: What problem would be most helpful to solve- ANEMIA It is recognized most often when laboratory screening tests are done because individuals often do not present with the signs and symptoms till advanced anemia. Making Blood- All blood cells are produced by hematopoiesis in the bone marrow. we need proteins, vitamin B12, folic acid, and iron. References accessed 12/1/12 How Anemia Is Diagnosed and Treated. (n.d.). WebMD - Better information. Better health. Retrieved from Mayo clinic staff (2011, February 19). Anemia: Treatments and drugs - Mayo Clinic. Retrieved from NANDA Nursing: Nursing Intervention for Anemia. (n.d.). NANDA Nursing. Retrieved January 2011, from Activity intolerance related to imbalance between O2 supply and demand Risk of infection rt inadequete secendary defenses (lowered levels of all bloods) good hand washing keep away from sick family members increase fluids Improve Ambulation- There are over 400 different types of anemia As many as 4 million Americans have anemia; women younger than age 65 have six times more anemia than men Betty Messano Nutritional supplementation B 12 shots Iron infusions Blood transfusion EPO shots Monthly blood monitoring critical condition Anemia Change Position slowly Monitor BP Provide assistance with ambulation Stop activity for SOB and Dizzyness What is Anemia Treating Anemia . Nursing Interventions- -A decrease in the # of red blood cells, -less than normal amount of hemoglobin -decreased O2 binding of each hemoglobin Betty Messano 94 year old matriarch problems cki, anemia, balance dysfunction, poor appetite, fluid volume deficit, anxiety, depression.

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Transcript: bEFORE YOU MAKE UP YOUR MIND, OPEN IT Anishua Roberts, Taija Horne Janae Belcher, Brianne Chamber WHAT The five most important parts of the brain outside of the lobes would be the: medulla pons hypothalamus hippocampus amygdala What is this Prezi about? Functions: breathing digestion heart beat blood pressure swallowing (automatic functions) Effect of not having the medulla oblongata: DEATH!!!!! Medulla Oblongata Medulla oblongata Pons The pons Functions: Connects the upper and lower part of the brain. Relays messages from the cortex and the cerrebellum. Plays a key role in sleep and dreaming. Location: Sits right above the medulla oblongata. Effect of not having the Pons: Stroke Hippocampus hippoCAMPUS Functions stores conscious memories responsible for long term memory' This is important because it helps us remember daily functions of life. Effect of not having the hippocampus: Memory loss Functions: Responsible for the response of memory of emotions... especially fear. The integritive center for emotions, emotional behavior, and motivation. Location: At the end of the hippocampus, in the frontal portion of the temporal lobe. Effects of not having the Amygdala: More likely to take bigger risk than one can handle with smaller potential gains. Amygdala Amygdala hypothalamus hypothalamus Functions: Responsibility for behaviors such as hunger and thrist Maintains body temperature Controls pituitary gland Serves as a bridge Effects of not having the Hypothalamus: You would have depression, hyper activity, abnormal, and responses to stress hypothalamus hypothalamus

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Transcript: Nobody knows babies like we do! Quality products . Good Customer service. Every Kid really loves this store.. BABYLOU ABOUT US About Us BabyLou was established in 2004. It has been more than a decade since we started, where we have ensured to take care of every need and want of every child and infant under one roof, true to the caption “NO BODY KNOWS BABIES LIKE WE DO”. Our benchmark is to provide 100% customer service and satisfaction and continue to deliver the same with a wide range of toys, garments and Baby Products. Play and Create We Are Best 01 02 03 Block games Building Blocks help Kids to use their brain. PLAY TO LEARN in Crusing Adventures Our Discoveries Enjoy a sunny vacation aboard a luxury yacht with the LEGO® Creator 3in1 31083 Cruising Adventures set. This ship has all the comforts you need, including a well-equipped cabin and a toilet. Sail away to a sunny bay and take the cool water scooter to the beach. Build a sandcastle, enjoy a picnic, go surfing or check out the cute sea creatures before you head back to the yacht for a spot of fishing. Escape into the mountains Disney Little Princes in Also available for your Babies..... Also... Out of The World… Our reponsibility BABYLOU…. Our Responsibility All children have the right to fun, creative and engaging play experiences. Play is essential because when children play, they learn. As a provider of play experiences, we must ensure that our behaviour and actions are responsible towards all children and towards our stakeholders, society and the environment. We are committed to continue earning the trust our stakeholders place in us, and we are always inspired by children to be the best we can be. Innovate for children We aim to inspire children through our unique playful learning experiences and to play an active role in making a global difference on product safety while being dedicated promoters of responsibility towards children.

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