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Rhode Island Executive Office of Health and Human Services
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She found her dream job, and it's in retail. A story of how collaboration between and helped Stacey DeCosta find the perfect job.
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RI EOHHS Jul 12
Have you checked out Reads? Learn more about how and are working to double the number of third graders reading at grade-level by 2025:
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R.I. Office of Healthy Aging Jul 9
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RI EOHHS Jul 10
ICYMI, the DEA is now the Office of Healthy Aging! Read more about how the name change is helping to ensure that !
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RIGEC Jul 2
Congrats to nursing student, Rachel McBride, who received the RI Monthly “Senior Student Nurse Award!” Rachel participated in the SIM-funded Community Preceptor Institute
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RI EOHHS Jul 2
Well done, Rachel!
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RI BHDDH Jun 27
Great story about Project SEARCH in this week's Cranston Herald!
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RI EOHHS Jun 27
ICYMI, it's worthwhile to think about advance care planning, even if you're young! Our own spoke with 's about our investment in provider trainings to have these tough conversations:
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kasim yarn Jun 26
Outreach Continues! Today the 2-1-1 Team is at St. Edward's in with George from 2-1-1, Samantha from and from
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RI EOHHS Jun 24
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Ashley G. O'Shea Jun 20
“We are committed to listening to people, learning from people and using what we heard to create policies that help Rhode Islanders.” - my colleague & friend at today’s Conference
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RI EOHHS Jun 20
This grant will support seniors helping other seniors and will make RI stronger:
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Ashley G. O'Shea Jun 20
At today’s conference, Marianne Raimondo of talks about the importance of collaboration as we work on policies that help Rhode Islanders as they age.
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RI EOHHS Jun 19
You are never too young to think about Advance Care Planning. Watch talk to about how we invested in provider trainings on these complex conversations:
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RI EOHHS Jun 6
Thanks to an EOHHS-backed program, professionals in are learning how to feel more comfortable discussing issues with their patients. Read about how the program is being used by students:
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RI EOHHS Jun 5
Yesterday, parents had the opportunity to learn about the importance of !
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RI EOHHS Jun 4
An exciting, EOHHS-funded program from is working to ensure that medical professionals are comfortable asking their patients about . Don't miss how this program is already having an impact in !
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RI EOHHS May 28
Data shown at the shows that the risk for not being reading proficient in third grade begins at birth.
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RI EOHHS May 28
The is dedicated to looking at the data as we make decisions to improve the lives of kids.
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RI EOHHS May 28
Our is in session. We are getting updates on ’s 3rd grade reading plan.
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