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Haddonfield Health Fair Program

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									                 Haddonfield Health Fair Program
8:00 AM to 2:00 PM

   American Red Cross Blood Drive in A Gym


9:00 AM to 1:00 PM

 American Heart Association Course: Family and Friends CPR (Pre- registration
  required contact Sharon Garnier RN @ 429-3960 ext 144) in the High School Library

For All Ages from 9am to 1pm: 911 Emergency Awareness Program Learn proper
procedures for reporting police, fire and medical emergencies. Participants will role play
making 911 calls with members of the Haddonfield Fire Department, Haddonfield
Ambulance Association and Camden County Communications Center in the cafeteria


9:00 AM to 3PM

  For All Ages: Visit with Joseph Kamerling, M.D. and Linda Bornstein, O.D. from the
South Jersey Vision Center for vision screening, color testing, computer interactive
games, optical illusions, videos relating to cataracts, glaucoma, and LASIK, giveaways,
and handouts about a variety of eye conditions in A126

 For All Ages: Tobacco is Wacko An interactive and fun program with activities and
information to promote a tobacco free lifestyle for both children and adults in the art
room

Car Seat Safety Inspections by the Haddonfield Police Department in the High School
parking lot

Health Screenings Being Offered:

Basic Vision Screening
Color Vision Testing
BMI Testing
Diabetes Screening
Blood Pressure Screening from 9am to 1pm
Skin Damage Screening
Asthma Screening
Bone Density Screening
Body Fat Screening
Physical Therapy Screening
Adult Program

9:00 AM

       To 10:15 AM- Identity Theft and Fraud by NJ State Police in C100
       Stress Management by Douglas M. Leonard, D.O. in C101
       Stress Management through Relaxation and Meditation Practice by Sr. Ruthann
        O’Mara, SSJ from Lourdes Wellness Center in A122
       Just Take 5, Stress Relieving Workshop by Jennifer Fleisher from Kennedy Health
        System in A103
       Therapeutic Hypnosis by Mary Beden and Nicole Beden form Voorhees Hypnosis
        inC102
       Yoga, Breathing and Stress Relief by John Stewart from the Yoga Center of
        Haddonfield in A127
       Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
        HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103

10:00 AM

          Ruthie Says by Puttin on the Ritz followed by Charles Butler, MD, FACS from
           Fox Chase Virtua Health Cancer Program inC118
       Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Dr. Wilson from the ARC of NJ in C119
       Yes, I can Prevent Diabetes by Kennedy Diabetes Control Center inA124
       Just Take 5, Stress Relieving Workshop by Jennifer Fleisher from Kennedy Health
        System in A103
       Stress Management through Relaxation and Meditation Practice by Sr. Ruthann
        O’Mara, SSJ from Lourdes Wellness Center in A122
       Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl Schoonmaker,
        Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
       Pilates Workshop by Donna Tambussi from Tambussi Studio in A127
       Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from Rutgers
        Cooperative Research and Extension in A121
       Attention Deficit Disorder by Dr. Marian Mote in C101
       When to Worry About Forgetfulness by Steven Dinsmore, D.O. from the New
        Jersey Institute for Successful Aging UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine in
        C103
       American Red Cross Family Disaster Preparedness by Camy Trinidad from the
        Camden County Chapter of the American Red Cross in A125

10:15 AM

         General Internet Safety for Parents and Adults by NJ State Police in C100
11:00 AM

     Radical Joy: Mind-Body Healings in the 21st Century by Todd Pressman, PhD in
      A 103
     Maximizing Your Energy and Minimizing Your Stress by Dr. Dean Insana from
      Dr. Insana’s Wellness Center, L.L.C. in A125
     Stress Management through Relaxation and Meditation Practice by Sr. Ruthann
      O’Mara, SSJ from Lourdes Wellness Center in A122
     Guidelines for Selecting Childhood Psychological Interventions by Drs. Louis
      Pica, William Culbertson, John Manni in C101
     Innovative Laser and Light Treatments to Tackle Acne, Rosacea and Sun
      Damaged Skin by Nadia Chadhry, M.D. from Bella Medical Skin Spa in A124
     Chiropractic, Sports Injuries, ART by Mark Kemenosh, D.C. from Glen Oaks
      Health and Spine Center, L.L.C. in C105
     Advantages of Breastfeeding/Labor Support/Mother Infant Postpartum Care in
      Home/Lactation Consultant Home Visits by Connie Glecker, International Board
      Certified Lactation Consultant in C119
     Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness by Bill Keys, a volunteer with the Gift of
      Life Donor Program in C104
     Chronic Fatigue Syndrome presented by Lon Smith, Ph.D. from the New Jersey
      Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association in C116
     Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
      HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103


12:00 PM

     Family Management of a Catastrophic Illness Event by Michael Newell, RN,
      MSN from Life Span Care Management LLC in C102
     Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Dr. Wilson from the ARC of NJ in C119
     Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from
      Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension in A121
     Innovative Laser and Light Treatments to tackle Acne, Rosacea and Sun
      Damaged Skin by Nadia Chadhry, M.D. from Bella Medical Skin Spa in A124
     Pilates Workshop by Donna Tambussi from Tambussi Studio in A127
     Mental Illness and Stigma by Leanne Focht and Cindy Friedman from the Mental
      Health Association in Southwestern New Jersey in A125
     Attention Deficit Disorder by Dr. Marian Mote in C101


1:00PM


     Radical Joy: Mind-Body Healings in the 21st Century by Todd Pressman, PhD in
      A103
       Women and Heart Disease by Barbara Chamberalain MSN, APRN, BC, CCRN
        from Kennedy Health System in C105
       Five Wishes by Andrea Dean from Samaritan Hospice in C104
       Stress Management through Relaxation and Meditation Practice by Sr. Ruthann
        O’Mara, SSJ from Lourdes Wellness Center in A122
       Guidelines for Selecting Childhood Psychological Interventions by Drs. Louis
        Pica, William Culbertson, John Manni in C101
       Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl
        Schoonmaker, Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
       Self Defense by Black Belt Karate Academy in the Wrestling Room
       Pilates Workshop by Donna Tambussi from Tambussi Studio in A127
       Mental Illness and Stigma by Leanne Focht and Cindy Friedman from the Mental
        Health Association in Southwestern New Jersey in A125


2:00 PM

       Men’s Health Issues by Barbara Chamberalain, MSN, APRN, BC, CCRN from
        Kennedy Health System in C105
       Stress Management through Relaxation and Meditation Practice by Sr. Ruthann
        O’Mara, SSJ from Lourdes Wellness Center in A122
       Family Management of a Catastrophic Illness Event by Michael Newell, RN,
        MSN from Life Span Care Management in C102



Teen Program

9:00 AM

       Stress Management by Douglas M. Leonard DO in C101
       Surviving Adolescence: How to Raise Your Parents by John J. Musewicz from
        Council for Relationships in A129
       Yoga, Breathing and Stress Relief by John Stewart from the Yoga Center of
        Haddonfield in A127
       Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
        HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103
       Just Take 5, Stress Relieving Workshop by Jennifer Fleisher from Kennedy
        Health System in A103

10:00 AM

   Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Dr. Wilson from the ARC of NJ in C119
   Just Take 5, Stress Relieving Workshop by Jennifer Fleisher from Kennedy Health
    System in A103
   Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl Schoonmaker,
    Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
   Pilates Workshop by Donna Tambussi from Tambussi Studio in A127
   Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from Rutgers
    Cooperative Research and Extension in A121
   How to Help a Teenage Friend by Wanda Sevey from Council for Relationships
   Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness by Bill Keys, a volunteer with the Gift of Life
    Donor Program in C104
   American Red Cross Family Disaster Preparedness by Camy Trinidad from the
    Camden County Chapter of the American Red Cross in A125

11:00 AM

       Maximizing Your Energy and Minimizing Your Stress by Dr. Dean Insana from
        Dr. Insana’s Wellness Center, L.L.C. in A125
       Innovative Laser and Light Treatments to tackle Acne, Rosacea and Sun
        Damaged Skin by Nadia Chadhry, M.D. from Bella Medical Skin Spa in A124
       Chiropractic, Sports Injuries, ART by Mark Kemenosh, D.C. from Glen Oaks
        Health and Spine Center, L.L.C. in C105
       Body Image in Female Adolescents by Jennifer Hydeman from Council for
        Relationships in A129
       Fast Food Fix (Fast Foods Can Be Healthy) by Robin Waddell from Rutgers
        Cooperative Research and Extension in A121
       Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
        HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103


11:30 AM

   To 12:30 PM- Teen Internet Safety By N.J. State Police in C100

12:00 PM
 Innovative Laser and Light Treatments to Tackle Acne, Rosacea and Sun Damaged
   Skin by Nadia Chadhry, M.D. from Bella Medical Skin Spa in A124
 Pilates Workshop by Donna Tambussi from Tambussi Studio in A127
 Mental Illness and Stigma by Leanne Focht and Cindy Friedman from the Mental
   Health Association in Southwestern New Jersey in A125
 Fetal Alcohol Syndrome by Dr. Wilson from the ARC of NJ in C119
 Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from Rutgers
   Cooperative Research and Extension in A121

1:00 PM
 Women and Heart Disease by Barbara Chamberalain MSN, APRN, BC, CCRN, from
   Kennedy Health System in C105
   Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl Schoonmaker,
    Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
   Pilates Workshop by Donna Tambussi from Tambussi Studio in A127
   Everything the Modern Teenager Needs to Know by Susan Kaufman, D.O. in C116
   Fast Food Fix (Fast Foods Can Be Healthy) by Robin Waddell from Rutgers
    Cooperative Research and Extension in A 121
   Self Defense by Black Belt Karate Academy in the Wrestling Room
   Mental Illness and Stigma by Leanne Focht and Cindy Friedman from the Mental
    Health Association in Southwestern New Jersey in A125



2:00 PM
 Men’s Health Issues by Barbara Chamberlain, MSN, APRN, BC, CCRN from
   Kennedy Health System in C105

Programs for children ages 6 to 12

For Children ages 5 to 8 All Day: Fire Safety House by the American Red Cross,
Camden County Chapter
         An interactive fire safety training program in the high school parking lot

9:00 AM
 Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
   HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103

10:00 AM
 Walking Into Womanhood: A Mother-Daughter Program by Susan Kaufman, D.O. in
   C116
 Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl Schoonmaker,
   Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
 Orthodontics and Dental Care by Dr. Amy E. James and Associates in C102
 Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from Rutgers
   Cooperative Research and Extension in A121
 Allergies and Asthma in Kids by Gregory R. Toci, D.O. from Main Street Allergy &
   Asthma, L.L.C. in C105


11:00 AM
    Maximizing Your Energy and Minimizing Your Stress by Dr. Dean Insana from
       Dr. Insana’s Wellness Center, L.L.C. in A125
    Pediatric Dental Health by Elena Stavisky, DMD, Pediatric Dentist in C102
    Chiropractic, Sports Injuries, ART by Mark Kemenosh, D.C. from Glen Oaks
       Health and Spine Center, L.L.C. in C105
      Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
       HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103

12:00 Noon
    Martial Arts Demo and Stranger Danger Program by Black Belt Karate Academy
       in the Wrestling Room
    Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from
       Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension in A121

1:00 PM
    Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl
      Schoonmaker, Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
    Orthodontics and Dental Care by Dr. Amy E. James and Associates in C102
    Hip Hop by the Haddonfield Memorial High School Dance Ensemble in C103
    Yoga by the Haddonfield Memorial High School Dance Ensemble in C118

2:00 PM

      Kids on the Block Puppet Show on Transportation Safety by Susan Quick and
       Carolyn Hohne from the Brain Injury Association of New Jersey in A129
      Hip Hop by the Haddonfield Memorial High School Dance Ensemble in C103
      Yoga by the Haddonfield Memorial High School Dance Ensemble in C118




Programs for Children 5 and under

For Children ages 5 to 8 All Day: Fire Safety House by the American Red Cross,
Camden County Chapter
         An interactive fire safety training program in the high school parking lot

9:00 AM
    Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
      HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103



10:00 AM
    Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl
       Schoonmaker, Audiologist from Hearing Rx in C117
    Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from
       Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension in A121
11:00 AM
    Maximizing Your Energy and Minimizing Your Stress by Dr. Dean Insana from
       Dr. Insana’s Wellness Center, L.L.C. in A125
    Pediatric Dental Health by Elena Stavisky, DMD, Pediatric Dentist in C102
    Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab by Rachel Albino, ATC, and the
       HMHS Student Athletic Trainers in C103


12:00 Noon
    Martial Arts Demo and Stranger Danger Program by Black Belt Karate Academy
       in the Wrestling Room
    Happy Trails to You (Trail mix as an Easy Snack) by Robin Waddell from
       Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension in A121

1:00 PM
    Hearing Loss by Kathy Proud, MA, CCC-A, Audiologist and Cheryl
      Schoonmaker, Audiologist, from Hearing Rx in C117


2:00 PM
    Kids on the Block Puppet Show on Transportation Safety by Susan Quick and
      Carolyn Hohne from the Brain Injury Association of New Jersey in A129

Program Descriptions

Advantages of Breastfeeding/Labor Support? Mother Infant Postpartum Care in
Home/Lactation Consultant Home Visits: Discuss the advantages of breastfeeding to
mother, baby, father, and the environment. Getting started in the hospital. Information on
lactation consultant home visits for problems that may occur. Provide information about a
doula who provides labor support for couples in the hospital and/or postpartum care for
mother and infant in the home.

Allergies and Asthma in Kids: This presentation will cover basic allergy and asthma
information geared for kids.

American Red Cross Family Disaster Preparedness: 30 to 45 minute presentation on
creating a family disaster plan and a family disaster supply kit. Presentation will cover
health and mental health implications of disasters for family members, including
children.

Athletic Training and Personal Fitness/Rehab: A 3 part program: Children can put
together the human bones and identify and label them. Athletes of all ages will be shown
proper stretching techniques and minor home available rehab exercises. Simple workout
exercises that can be done while in the office or by the elderly will be shown
Attention Deficit Disorder: Overview of the criteria for the diagnosis of ADHD, home
and school accommodations, and an overview of stimulant and non-stimulant
medications.

Body Image in Female Adolescents: Come and talk about how body image is often
strongly tied to women’s identities and how this self-image is influenced by our society.

Chiropractic, Sports Injuries: Presentation on Active Release Techniques (ART) for
sports injuries, performance, and repetitive stress disorders. Demonstrate techniques on
volunteers.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: This is a presentation on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, what
it is, how you diagnose it, followed by discussion.

Everything the Modern Teenager Needs to Know: A discussion about sexual activity,
decision-making, STDs and contraception, etc.

Family Management of a Catastrophic Illness Event: Family management in the face
of a catastrophic injury or illness involves understanding how the health care system,
insurance systems and social services systems work. Topics also include assisting
families to understand the impact of illness on body systems; the family’s alternative
funding sources, and how to talk to insurance companies.

Fast Food Fix (Fast Foods Can Be Healthy): Discuss strategies to make better choices
when eating out. Work in small groups to discover nutrition facts for fast food meals, and
then redesign the meal as a healthier version.

Fetal Alcohol Syndrome: Power point presentation giving an overview of fetal alcohol
syndrome with hand-outs.

Fire Safety House: An interactive fire safety training program held in a miniature house,
which teaches children about fire safety and lets them practice fire escape skills. Parents
will be asked to sign a consent form and please let the staff know if your child has asthma
or other respiratory problems

Five Wishes: Workshop reviews and discusses 5 wishes, a document helping people to
express how they want to be treated when they are seriously ill and can’t speak for
themselves. A look at a person’s needs: medical, personal, emotional and spiritual. A
video will be shown. 5 wishes document provided.

General Internet Safety: Come and learn from the New Jersey State Police how to
protect yourself and your family while using the internet.


Guidelines for selecting Childhood Psychological Interventions: This program will
offer parents a set of guidelines by which to evaluate and select psychological treatments
for their children. These guidelines include: potential for side effects; available outcome
data; intrusiveness of intervention; match between severity of problem and intensity of
intervention; cost.

Happy Trails to You (Trail Mix as an Easy Snack): A program for all ages or a family
activity. Discusses healthy snacks, design custom trail recipe mix from foods available at
home. Make your own bag of trail mix to munch on at the fair


Hearing Loss: Introduction about hearing and hearing loss for all ages. We have a video-
otoscope to show people on a TV screen what it looks like inside the ear canal. We have
a demonstration on the use of personal TV listening system. Information on FM systems
to help kids in the classroom and information on hearing aids as well as how to get a free
hearing screening.

Hip Hop: Using age appropriate music and language, music and imagery the dance
ensemble will teach basic hip hop
.

How to Help a Teenage Friend: Come and talk about how to help when a friend is
facing problems.

Identity Theft and Fraud: N.J. State Police High Tech Crimes Division will present this
program on protecting your identity while on the internet.

Innovative Laser and Light Treatments to Tackle Acne: Technological advances in
laser and light devices, as well as a new era of facial and body rejuvenation. Dr. Chaudry
will be speaking about the most clinically advanced and exciting new procedures.

Just Take 5, Stress Relieving Workshop: Do life’s everyday stresses get you down?
This innovative workshop will help empower you to take control of your life. Just 5
minutes a day can transform your outlook and your life.

Kids on the Block Puppet Show on Transportation Safety: This program is designed
to teach children about brain injury and safety awareness through the use of an interactive
puppet show. The children will become familiar with the safety rules for riding
recreational wheels, helmet safety and automobile safety. The curriculum was developed
to encourage decision-making skills that would prevent childhood injury and promote
healthy routines as part of a healthy lifestyle.

Martial Arts Demo and Stranger Danger Program: Spectators will witness a most
amazing display of teamwork and martial arts skills on the planet. Black Belt Karate will
present an exciting demonstration of extreme karate, self defense and stranger awareness.

Maximizing Your Energy and Minimizing Your Stress: Natural holistic ways to
manage stress and improve your overall health.
Men’s Health Issues: This program will discuss issues related to men’s health
particularly heart disease and prostate problems.

Mental Illness and Stigma: Misconceptions versus facts about mental illness are
explored. A young adult shares personal experience and recovery from mental illness.
Resources for treatment provided.

Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness: Bill will talk about his heart transplant experience
and the importance of creating public awareness about organ and tissue donation.

Orthodontics and Dental Care: This presentation will provide an overview of common
dental and orthodontic problems as well as stressing the importance of proper dental care
and oral hygiene.

Pediatric Dental Health: A basic power point presentation answering the question:
What is dental health and why it is so important? This presentation will cover such topics
as age of first visit; what happens at the first visit; healthy snacks; fluoride; why regular
visits are necessary; radiographs.

Pilates Workshop: Introduction to the techniques of the authentic Pilates method of
body conditioning.

Radical Joy: Mind-Body Healing in the 21st Century: A dynamic lecture/workshop
presentation on the latest advances in mind-body healing. Come discover the principles
of holistic therapy to live the life you love.

Ruthie Says: a live performance play by Puttin on the Ritz This is a breast cancer
education program, which will be followed by a lecture/question and answers with the
audience by Charles Butler, MD, FACS.

Self Defense: Demonstrates everyday, practical self defense techniques anyone can learn
and implement.

Stress Management: General discussion of the topic of stress, how it shows itself
psychologically and physically. The next segment is tailored to the group and will bring
in research and specifics related to the group discussion.

Stress Management through Relaxation and Meditation Practice: This practical
session will help you to incorporate massage therapy and spiritual meditation into your
busy lifestyle as a way to relax and destress. There will be information on relaxation
shared from Our Lady of Lourdes Wellness Center that will help you to appreciate the
many and varied ways that can help you live your life from the center.

Surviving Adolescence: How to Raise your Parents: Come and talk about fostering
good communication and good relationships with your parents...
Teen Internet Safety: Whether you’re internet savvy or an occasional user, the New
Jersey State Police have tips on how to protect yourself while using the internet.

Therapeutic Hypnosis: This presentation is an introduction to hypnosis. You will learn
how hypnosis can improve the quality of your life. We will cover how the brain works in
hypnosis, what to expect in a session of hypnosis and how meditation and guided
imagery compare to hypnosis. We will end with a ten minute guided meditation for
relaxation.

Walking Into Womanhood: Intended for moms and daughters, Dr Kaufman will review
early pubertal development; why does it happen; why do we get a period; how to take
care of ourselves; and some of the symptoms that can accompany our menses such as
cramps, PMS etc.

When to Worry About Forgetfulness: Learn when forgetfulness crosses the line into
something more serious. And when it does, what you can do about it. Dr. Dinsmore will
conduct a question and answer session after the program.

Women and Heart Disease: This program will discuss issues related to women with
heart disease and how women can prevent heart disease.

Yes, I Can Prevent Diabetes: Definition of diabetes and prevention measures including
dietary changes, exercise and weight loss.

Yoga: Using age appropriate language and imagery, the dance ensemble will teach basic
yoga.

Yoga, Breathing and Stress Relief: Guided yogic breathing and stretching with
awareness on creating and releasing tension. Sharing and discussion after guided
movements.

Please visit with our Exhibitors for additional information about health and health
services

Allergy and Asthma Care, P.A.
American Red Cross, Camden County Chapter
Arbonne International
Bella Medical Skin Spa
Be Well Massage Therapy, LLC
Black Belt Karate Academy
Brain Injury Association of New Jersey
Camden County Department of Health & Human Services
Camden County Office of Emergency Management
CASA of Camden County, Inc.
Collingswood Manor
Council for Relationships
Dr. Amy E. James and Associates
Dr. Insana’s Wellness Center
Gift of Life Donor Program
Great Life Wellness Center
Haddonfield Fire Department
Haddonfield Home
Haddonfield Police Department
Haddonfield School Nurses
Heartland Rehabilitation and Pilates
HEARx
Home Instead Senior Care
Susan Kaufman, D.O.
Kennedy Health System
Mark Kemenosh, D.C.
Komfort Kare
Life Span Care Management, LLC
Lourdes Wellness Center
March of Dimes
Vincent Mayher, DMD and William Lane, DMD
Mental Health Association
New Jersey Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Association
New Jersey Cord Blood Bank
New Jersey Family Care
Overeaters Anonymous
Todd Pressman, PhD
Rutgers Cooperative Research and Extension
Shari Saluck, D.C.
Samaritan Hospice
Sonshine Chiropractic Wellness Center
Southern New Jersey Regional Arthritis Center @ Virtua Health
South Jersey Information Service
Sports Physical Therapy
Elena Stavisky, DMD
Tambussi Studio
Tapestries of Hope
The ARC of NJ
UMDNJ-School of Osteopathic Medicine
Virtua Health
Voorhees Hypnosis
Wells Care, Inc.
Yoga Center of Haddonfield

We gratefully acknowledge the generous financial support from the following:
Richard and Toni Bonnette
Bread Board, LLC
Commerce Insurance Services
Peter and Mary Goodwin
Joseph Kammerling, M.D.
Susan Kaufman, D.O.
Kulzer & DiPadova, P.A.
LEAD Technologies Inc.
Main Street Allergy & Asthma, L L.C.
PBA Local 328, Barrington-Haddon Heights- Haddonfield Police Departments
Rotary Club of Haddonfield
The Beechwood School
The Bowman School of Dance, Inc.
The Crystal Lake Agency, LLC
The Evening Department of the Haddon Fortnightly
The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

								
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