Wednesday, February 11, 2015

JTF Annual Conference Save the Date June 9, 2015 Baltimore, MD

SAVE THE DATE JUNE 9, 2015 8:30 am – 1 pm 
At Coppin State, Baltimore, MD

Ethics, Recommendations, & Outcomes – Are we doing it right in Workers Comp?

Maryland Joint Task Force Annual Seminar
4 CEUs (1 Ethics) and 2 WCC Mandatory Credits are anticipated. 

Audience - Topics are appropriate for Doctors, Attorneys, Case Managers, Adjusters, Employers, and Therapists – anyone working with injured workers in the state of Maryland

Summary -  Science helps us understand what is really going on and why we all have an important role in helping the worker get beyond the problem and back to work.  But what about the art? are we doing all we can in Workers’ Comp?  Ethical issues will also be presented by each speaker.

                              WCC UPdate
                              Alternatives to Back Surgery
                              Opioids and Functional Restoration
                              Is the writing on the wall?
                                         Examining recent changes to the Workers Compensation system

                              Confirmed Speakers include:
                                   Honorable Jeff Herwig, Esq
                                   Dr. Michael Shear
                                   Dr. Russell Hibler
                                   Dr. Scott Beveridge

Coppin State has agreed to allow us to utilize their spacious facilities and have notified us that there is improved Parking as a result of recently completed construction! CARPPS is providing national CEUs and WCC is providing MANDATORY WCC CEUs. 

Email: Mary@Life-Works.Info for more information!

Friday, December 26, 2014

National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers and Professionals (NCCPPP)

National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers and Professionals (NCCPPP)

Friday, February 20, 2015 

from 12:00 PM to 1:30 PM (EST)

Rockville, MD

National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers and...Please join us for the first meeting of The National Coalition of Chronic Pain Providers & Professionals (NCCPPP).  The NCCPPP is a network of health providers, professionals, and organizations working on behalf of individuals with chronic pain, their families and their caregivers. These individuals and organizations have come together in a coalition to more efficiently and effectively serve the chronic pain community.
Friday , February 20, 2015 ... Click here for details!

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Monday, December 8, 2014

Make it a Giving Holiday this Year with an E-Gift Card for Career Services

Do you have a friend, relative, or loved one who is out of work, under-employed, or just plain miserable at work?
Give them a gift that will really mean something and get the new year started out on the right foot…

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Post by Professional, Rehab, and Occupational Services.

Friday, September 12, 2014

Follow our company page on LinkedIn

For all the latest updates and tidbits on Workers Comp Services, Resources, & Info - check out our Maryland, Delaware, and Vocational Rehabilitation Showcase pages as well!

IARPP - Chesapeake Maryland Lottery Board Silent Auction Donation

All we need now is to buy the $75 worth of Lottery Tickets and Scratch-offs Sunday before the Monday HH at 45th St. Taphouse Ocean City, Maryland at 4:30 - Join us for food, fun, and more!
Instead of a board, I stocked a desk set with a few goodies including candy, flags, and a new favorite, Bondi (a pliable cell phone holder)! 

Wednesday, September 3, 2014

Practical tips for getting started with LinkedIn

 LinkedIn can seem mysterious or even  daunting when you first start using it - there are a lot of features that you can use to your benefit.  But, if you have just created your profile or  are revisiting LinkedIn after initially setting up a profile you never revisited, you may be thinking what now?  (if you need help creating or optimizing your LinkedIn account, let me know!)

 To get started you don't need to use every feature or spend hours everyday on LinkedIn. A few minutes each day will result in staying more current and more connected without too much trouble  Here is some basic info on how to use LinkedIn:

To benefit from LinkedIn you will really need to start being more active and share information frequently – even if it is just sharing something someone else posts.  I always make sure to post lots of stuff my clients can share with their “connections” just to stay on their radar; it also helps attract new contacts as they find you via your similar posts.

For example,
you might share an article on career management from me one
of your connections may share it
That second may be someone who 
has an interest in managing his or her career
and would like to do business with you
but only found you via me, who has nothing to do with your industry!

More here:

Take Care and Talk to You Soon!

Mary Sherwood, MS, CDMS, CCM
Occupational Consultant Phone 302.644.1827
Mobile:  410.444.1989                                                     

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