Healing Sample Clauses

Healing. The Settlement Agreement provides for an additional endowment of $ 125 Million to the Aboriginal Healing Foundation, to support its healing programs and initiatives for a period of an additional five years. • The Church entities involved in the administration of Indian Residential Schools will contribute up to a total of $100 Million in cash and services toward healing initiatives. Advance PaymentsThe Government has announced an Advance Payment program for eligible former students who were 65 years of age or older on May 30, 2005, the day the negotiations were initiated. Upon application and verification, eligible former students will receive an $8,000 Advance Payment, which would then be deducted from any future Common Experience Payment or other payment related to their experience at Indian Residential Schools. • Applications for the Advance Payment will be accepted until December 31, 2006. • Advance Payment application forms are now available on the Indian Residential Schools Resolution Canada website at xxx.xxxx-xxxx.xx.xx.
Healing. The route to the burial site on the top of Vergaderingskop crosses another portal space, the Healing Pond. This pays tribute to all individuals and groups that contributed to the lengthy process of negotiation to return Xxxxx Xxxxxxxx’x remains to South Africa. Engraved in the centre of the shallow pond is the poem by Xxxxxx Xxxxxx, “I have come to take you home”, culminating in a tortoise shell, a reference to the necklace Xxxxx wore all her life, her symbol of hope. On top of the hill, the grave is located at the end of a simple rectilinear concrete platform, planted with indigenous shrubs. Surrounding the grave is a shallow trench which serves the purpose of keeping a physical and symbolic space of dignity between onlookers and the grave. Descending from this point, the route leads to the Symbolic and Productive Garden. Incorporated in this Garden is the Sky Lore Tablet, with a graphic depiction by local artists of astrological myths and legends, such as that of “the little girl who threw fire ash into the sky, creating the Milky Way”.
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Related to Healing

  • Medication 1. Xxxxxxx’s physician shall prescribe and monitor adequate dosage levels for each Client.

  • Prosthodontics We Cover prosthodontic services as follows: • Removable complete or partial dentures, for Members 15 years of age and above, including six (6) months follow-up care; • Additional services including insertion of identification slips, repairs, relines and rebases and treatment of cleft palate; and • Interim prosthesis for Members five (5) to 15 years of age. We do not Cover implants or implant related services. Fixed bridges are not Covered unless they are required: • For replacement of a single upper anterior (central/lateral incisor or cuspid) in a patient with an otherwise full complement of natural, functional and/or restored teeth; • For cleft palate stabilization; or • Due to the presence of any neurologic or physiologic condition that would preclude the placement of a removable prosthesis, as demonstrated by medical documentation.

  • Wellness A. To support the statewide goal for a healthy and productive workforce, employees are encouraged to participate in a Well-Being Assessment survey. Employees will be granted work time and may use a state computer to complete the survey.

  • Orthodontics We Cover orthodontics used to help restore oral structures to health and function and to treat serious medical conditions such as: cleft palate and cleft lip; maxillary/mandibular micrognathia (underdeveloped upper or lower jaw); extreme mandibular prognathism; severe asymmetry (craniofacial anomalies); ankylosis of the temporomandibular joint; and other significant skeletal dysplasias. Procedures include but are not limited to: • Rapid Palatal Expansion (RPE); • Placement of component parts (e.g. brackets, bands); • Interceptive orthodontic treatment; • Comprehensive orthodontic treatment (during which orthodontic appliances are placed for active treatment and periodically adjusted); • Removable appliance therapy; and • Orthodontic retention (removal of appliances, construction and placement of retainers).

  • Screening 3.10.1 Refuse containers located outside the building shall be fully screened from adjacent properties and from streets by means of opaque fencing or masonry walls with suitable landscaping.

  • Speech Therapy This plan covers speech therapy services when provided by a qualified licensed provider and part of a formal treatment plan for: • loss of speech or communication function; or • impairment as a result of an acute illness or injury, or an acute exacerbation of a chronic disease. Speech therapy services must relate to: • performing basic functional communication; or • assessing or treating swallowing dysfunction. See Autism Services when speech therapy services are rendered as part of the treatment of autism spectrum disorder. The amount you pay and any benefit limit will be the same whether the services are provided for habilitative or rehabilitative purposes.

  • Cardiac Rehabilitation This plan covers services provided in a cardiac rehabilitation program up to the benefit limit shown in the Summary of Medical Benefits.

  • Diagnostic procedures to aid the Provider in determining required dental treatment.

  • Medications Psychotropic medications and medications associated with treating a diagnosed mental health condition.

  • Inpatient In accordance with Rhode Island General Law §27-20-17.1, this agreement covers a minimum inpatient hospital stay of forty- eight (48) hours from the time of a vaginal delivery and ninety-six (96) hours from the time of a cesarean delivery: • If the delivery occurs in a hospital, the hospital length of stay for the mother or newborn child begins at the time of delivery (or in the case of multiple births, at the time of the last delivery). • If the delivery occurs outside a hospital, the hospital length of stay begins at the time the mother or newborn is admitted as a hospital in connection with childbirth. Any decision to shorten these stays shall be made by the attending physician in consultation with and upon agreement with you. In those instances where you and your infant participate in an early discharge, you will be eligible for: • up to two (2) home care visits by a skilled, specially trained registered nurse for you and/or your infant, (any additional visits must be reviewed for medical necessity); and • a pediatric office visit within twenty-four (24) hours after discharge. See Section 3.23 - Office Visits for coverage of home and office visits. We cover hospital services provided to you and your newborn child. Your newborn child is covered for services required to treat injury or sickness. This includes the necessary care and treatment of medically diagnosed congenital defects and birth abnormalities as well as routine well-baby care.