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Derived from Vincent, from the Latin vincens, past participle of the verb vincere, "to conquer". Humble and charitable, Saint Vincent de Paul founded among others the congregation of the Daughters of Charity. He died in 1660. His birthday: September 27th.
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What is hyperbaric oxygen therapy?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy involves breathing up to 100% oxygen in a pressurised chamber. The aim is to boost the amount of oxygen in the brain and reduce inflammation.
Who is hyperbaric oxygen therapy for?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is used with people who have reduced oxygen flow to their brain. It has been used by people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
What is hyperbaric oxygen therapy used for?
Supporters claim that hyperbaric oxygen therapy improves language, social skills, eye contact and level of awareness in people with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Where does hyperbaric oxygen therapy come from?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy was first developed in 1662 using compressed air rather than oxygen. By 1877, hyperbaric chambers were being used to treat many conditions, despite a lack of scientific evidence about the effectiveness of the treatment.
In the 1930s, hyperbaric chambers using pressurised oxygen were introduced and are now widely recognised as a treatment for burns, wounds that aren't healing and decompression sickness (the bends).
What is the idea behind hyperbaric oxygen therapy?
Supporters of this therapy believe that autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is associated with inflammation and a lack of oxygen in the brain. So the idea is that using a hyperbaric chamber to quickly force large quantities of oxygen into the body will help reduce the characteristics of ASD.
What does hyperbaric oxygen therapy involve?
This approach requires the person with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) to lie in a hyperbaric chamber, typically for 90 minutes per session. The number of sessions varies depending on the patient's ability to pay for them.
There are currently no standard therapeutic guidelines on the number of sessions needed for this treatment to work.
Typically, the therapy costs $100-$200 per session, although prices vary. Some people buy hyperbaric chambers for use at home. They cost $4000-$8000 for a small chamber and up to $17 000 for a large one.
Does hyperbaric oxygen therapy work?
Some studies have shown positive effects from hyperbaric oxygen therapy, and other studies have shown that it has no effect. There's no evidence for this as a treatment for autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Who practises hyperbaric oxygen therapy?
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy is carried out at specialised clinics. You can also do it at home if you buy your own hyperbaric chamber.
Parent education, training, support and involvement
If your child is having hyperbaric oxygen therapy, your main involvement is taking your child to the treatment clinic.
Where can you find a practitioner?
If you're interested in hyperbaric oxygen therapy, you should speak with your GP or one of the other professionals working with your child. You could also talk with your NDIA planner, NDIS early childhood partner or NDIS local area coordination partner, if you have one.There are many treatments for autism spectrum disorder (ASD). They range from those based on behaviour and development to those based on medicine or alternative therapy. Our article on types of interventions for children with ASD takes you through the main treatments, so you can better understand your child's options.
Nights in Rodanthe
Adrienne Willis (Dianne Lane) is the harried mother of petulant teenager Amanda and preteen Danny. Adrienne's husband, Jack (Christopher Meloni), left her for another woman seven months previously, but now wants to reunite with Adrienne. Adrienne is overwhelmed by this proposal, and she uses a planned visit to her friend Jean's inn in Rodanthe, North Carolina, to consider the matter. Jean is going away and has asked Adrienne to look after the inn. Adrienne has fond memories of the inn, because it is where her recently deceased father brought her for holidays as a child.
Adrienne discovers that only one guest has booked into the inn - Dr Paul Flanner (Richard Gere), a well-respected and well-known plastic surgeon. Paul is struggling to cope following the break-up of his marriage, the death of a patient while he was operating, and the year-long estrangement from his son, Mark (James Franco). He has come to Rodanthe to meet the husband (Scott Glenn) of the woman who died.
Adrienne and Paul slowly warm to each other, and connect over their recent experiences of loss. As they each confront these losses and fears, and the hurricane that descends upon Rodanthe, they fall in love.
Loss and grief; loss of identity; family breakdown
There is some violence in this movie. The son of the woman who died in surgery becomes angry with Paul and kicks his car door. The door is slightly damaged.
Content that may disturb children
In addition to the violent scenes mentioned above, there are some scenes in this movie that could scare or disturb children under the age of eight. For example:
- A hurricane hits Rodanthe and the inn is buffeted about by strong winds. The power goes out, glass smashes and a bookcase falls over, nearly crushing Adrienne.
- A scene depicts the operation during which Paul's patient dies and he attempts to resuscitate her. He appears upset.
- Another scene shows Paul and Mark having a verbal disagreement over Paul's handling of his relationships.
- Amanda and Danny are clearly upset by their parents' breakup and become angry and tearful when Adrienne refuses to get back together with Jack.
- Mark visits Adrienne to tell her that Paul has died. A scene depicting a mudslide in Ecuador is shown. Paul is not shown in the mudslide, but the ferocity of the mudslide is shown by its collection of objects and debris.
- Amanda and Danny appear concerned and scared when they return from their father's home to find their mother clearly grieving and distraught.
Children in this age group could also be disturbed by some of the scenes described above.
Children in this age group are unlikely to be disturbed by anything in this film.
None of concern
Alcohol, drugs and other substances
There is some use of substances in this movie, including the following:
- Paul and Adrienne drink wine and beer on three occasions.
- After an argument with Jack on the phone, Adrienne and Paul start drinking shots of whisky. They drink the whole bottle and become intoxicated and are shown to have a hangover the next morning.
Nudity and sexual activity
There is some nudity and sexual activity in this movie, including the following:
- Jean is seen on holiday kissing a man. She refers to the fact that she is working very hard.
- Adrienne and Paul kiss several times in the movie.
- Adrienne and Paul are shown undressing each other and then lying and kissing in bed. Only their faces and bare shoulders are seen.
- The next morning they are seen lying next to each other in bed. Again, only their naked shoulders are seen. Paul runs his hands over Adrienne's body, renaming body parts as geographical points.
None of concern
This movie contains some mild coarse language.
Ideas to discuss with your children
Nights at Rodanthe is a romantic drama about love, loss, grief and redemption. The themes in this movie will be of little interest to younger children. Adolescents may relate to the plight of the young children in this movie. The movie is most likely to appeal to adults, because of its themes of loss and of defining one's identity through marriage, family or career.
Values in this movie that parents may wish to reinforce with their children include:
- finding and knowing yourself
- being ready to recognise your own mistakes and learn from them
- importance of family.
This movie could also give parents the opportunity to discuss with their children attitudes and behaviours, and their real-life consequences, such as:
- marriage breakdown
- death, loss and grief.
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EUROPAfest concerts at the EXCELSIOR Theater in Bucharest
"It's all about live quality music" - EUROPAfest concerts at the EXCELSIOR Theater in Bucharest
The EXCELSIOR theater is a co-organizer of EUROPAfest which takes place in Bucharest from May 14 to 23, 2015. Characterized by authenticity, diversity and elegance, EUROPAfest is part of the elite of European festivals, contributing with each edition to promote a positive image of Romania. in the whole world.
EUROPAfest Festival - the only festival in Europe that brings together 4 musical genres: jazz, blues, pop, classical - at the 22nd edition, takes place during the period 14-23 May 2015, presenting over 300 artists from 45 countries in Europe, but also special guests from the US, Australia, China or Japan. Since 2005, EUROPAfest has been under the High Patronage of the Royal House in Romania. Includes concerts, international competitions, recitals, jam sessions, autograph sessions, workshops.
The EXCELSIOR theater, as a co-organizer, is honored to host the Opening Concert - Spring on Jazz and Blues Notes within EUROPAfest, on May 14, at 19.00. The audience will be pleased to spend an evening with the band Turn On in Finland and the Hot Club in Bucharest in Romania.
TURN ON, band from Finland, manages to make every concert a true manifestation of strength, sound and optimism. Their mission is not only to connect with the public, but to offer a show that will turn a regular evening into a memorable one. Everything that artists create on stage is live, without compromises, just living and real joy. Artists begin their play on stage and slowly bring the audience in their own story. Component: Hemppa Sihvonen - guitar, Jarppa Mäkinen - bass, Mara Paavilainen - drums, Seppo Wahl - piano, Make Salminen - saxophone, Jukka Salmi - voice.
HOT CLUB DE BUCHAREST, adopts a distinct and energetic style of jazz, originating from the suburbs of Paris of the 1930s - "jazz jazz" or "manouche". In the 7 years of existence, the band has been appreciated for the extraordinary concerts, for the good mood and the positive energy it transmits, keeping the spirit of live music and sending the listener directly during the interwar period. Component: Malin Cristache - guitar, Raluca Stoica - voice, Alex Man - guitar, Cornel Bucsa - violin, Pavel Zurka - double bass.
In 2007, EUROPAfest included on its agenda the Bucharest International Jazz Competition, the BBC-listed among the first 3 jazz competitions in Europe. Under the slogan "100% jazz and more", the event invites the public to discover unique concepts and the best jazz musicians of the moment, "creams from creams" of the new generation from all over the world. The event promises quality Romanian jazz audiences, evenings impressed with originality, vitality, surprises and unique combinations.
Bucharest International Jazz Competition will take place at the EXCELSIOR Theater between May 16 and 18, as follows:
May 16, 7pm
JUNE TRIO - USA, South Korea
The June Trio group formed in 2013 and consists of graduates of the jazz program at the University of Michigan in the US. The trio's repertoire and performances are inspired by Wes Montgomery, Kenny Burrell, Grant Green, George Benson and Bill Evans. While the June Trio explores and experiments as a group, each member performs individually and individually both nationally and internationally.
Component: June Won Choi - guitar, Samuel Copperman - bass, Austin Douglas Howard - drums
MONOFUNKTIONAL - Austria
Monofunktional introduces a conglomeration of jazz sounds and well placed pop elements. Monika Zöchling captivates her audience with her nuanced voice, and Martin Zaunschirm's experimental sounds on the keyboard, along with Thomas Schwarzendorfer's mastery on the guitar, carried the band in unexpected places. The sound is balanced by Matthias Mairleitner's rhythmic drums, providing a solid frame that guarantees the perfect sound for melancholic ballads.
Composition: Ben Pascal - electric bass, Monica Zoechling - voice, Thomas Schwarzendorfer - electric guitar, Martin Zaunschirm - piano, Matthias Mairleitner - drums
May 17, 7pm
PILOT - Australia
The Pilot Band offers a jazz fusion from Melbourne, Australia. Formed in 2014, their debut album contains tracks that range from jazz-rock to piano and hip hop. The band has already performed at famous venues such as the Bennetts Lane Jazz Club, and have been broadcast on radio stations in Australia, France and the USA.
Composition: Richard Butler - saxophone, Kanyakumar Shome - electric guitar, Liam Butler Webb - flaps, Brenton Foster - piano, Jack Davies - electric bass, Joshua Koop - drums
MYNAH - Italy
Mynah is a musical trio from Salento. The group was born from a jam session and soon after they found their own musical knowledge - a mix of jazz, blues, funk, drum'n'bass and latin. They started composing songs and singing in clubs in the Lecce area.
Component: Antonio De Donno - drums, Gabriele Di Franco - guitar, Federico Pecoraro - bass
May 18, 7pm
SHALOSH - Israel
Shalosh hails from New York and Israel and has impressed international audiences with their debut album "The Bell Garden" which offers acoustic, progressive, raw jazz and a multitude of musical genres. Despite the trio's jazz specificity, Shalosh's tracks carry rock, classical, electronic, African and Middle Eastern music.
Component: Gadi Stern - piano, Daniel Ben Horin - double bass, Matan Assayag - drums
ZADENO TRIO - Italy
The basic sound of the Zadeno band is inspired by famous artists like Joe Henderson, Sonny Rollins, Mark Turner and Chris Potter, the trio aiming to create an intense and unique sound through different compositions and arrangements. The band participated in important festivals such as "Fara Sabina jazz festival" in Rome and "Jazz by the pool" in Montegrotto Terme, winning the "Prehistoric Terme" award, which included a tour in the summer of 2015.
Component: Claudio Junior De Rosa - saxophone, Alesiso Bruno - double bass, Jacopo Zanette - drums
ATOM STRING QUARTET - Poland
Atom String Quartet is one of the few quartets in the world that plays jazz and, certainly, among the first quartets in Poland. They were awarded the “Moda Polska” scholarship, founded by the Polish Ministry of Culture; Grand Prix "Bielska Zadymka Jazzowa", Grand Prix offered by Jazz Melomani Society for the category "New Hope of 2010".
Component: Dawid Lubowicz - violin, Mateusz Smoczynski - violin, Michal Zaborski - viola, Krzysztof Lenczowski - cello
Tickets can be purchased from the EXCELSIOR Theater or online.
The price of a ticket to the Opening Concert and Bucharest International Jazz Competition is 32.40 lei.
More details and news about the shows and programs of the Excelsior Theater are available on Facebook and on our website //www.teatrul-excelsior.ro.
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