Mike Haswell/Storing Treasures
Storing Treasures is dedicated to providing new and unique options regarding financial coaching. Rather than assuming everyone responds to handling finances in the same manner, Storing Treasures recognizes each person’s unique financial personality regarding money. The Financial Personality Assessment is the cornerstone of the entire Storing Treasures Program. Our financial personalities are driven by specific traits that define how we think and how we behave financially. In order to reach many more people with the Storing Treasures approach, they have developed a new web-based program called STAFF (Storing Treasures Automated Financial Foundation). STAFF is a unique, one of a kind educational platform designed to provide the user with a personalized plan. It is an 8 session course that allows the individual to learn about educational topics and then input their own information into a secure environment. Individuals can then get a personalized report, based on their own financial personality, that they can use time and time again. Once you understand how you and those around you are wired from a financial standpoint, you can make better decisions that will ultimately lead to better communication, lower debt, higher savings and improvement in your finances.
Storing Treasures promotes this program to employers, financial professionals, churches and non-profits as a way for these organizations to provide a new program for those they serve. Statistics show the incredible amount of time people worry about their finances in any given day… leading to stress-related illnesses, absenteeism and a lack of productivity. Your organization will become stronger by offering a way for people to get the basic financial help and support they need… helping them become a better employee.
Beth Levine/Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (Georgia Campus)
The M.S. in Organizational Development and Leadership from the GA campus of the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) is located in Suwanee, GA. Their program is geared toward working adults. As a result, they have evening and weekend classes and a flexible curriculum. The classes rely on experiential learning and they bring students’ current work-related issues into the classroom so students can discuss them in light of the theories they are learning about. That way they can immediately apply the classroom learning to their work environment.
Courtney Legg & Sarah Biehl/Ivy Springs Manor
Ivy Springs Manor was designed to reflect the heart and culture of Buford. The genuine warmth and gracious hospitality of this region permeates through Ivy Springs Manor. They envisioned and designed a community where vibrant living continues in a friendly, caring atmosphere. Ivy Springs Manor offers a resort style community serviced by a team of individuals ready to provide the highest level of care and assistance, whenever needed. This is Buford’s new alternative option for assisted living at its finest.
Residents moving to Ivy Springs Manor discover a new beginning as they meet new friends and enjoy both companionship and shared experiences. This is a place where independence thrives but assistance is only a call away. The philosophy developed and embraced by the staff is one which recognizes the uniqueness of each individual and inspires creativity. You will enjoy the many on-site activities for residents to enjoy as well as local excursions to take.