Lifeline Mobile, a quality manufacturing leader in the production of mobile medical units, provides mobile mammography, dental, medical, and laboratory units. Instead of acting as a middleman, Lifeline Mobile is the manufacturer itself meaning that prices will be reasonable and all questions will be answered by the experts themselves.
Many companies create mobile units that are simply glorified RVs and/or school buses. Lifeline Mobile instead creates truck based units that are crafted with your specific needs and program in mind. The understructure of the mobile clinics consist of four inch steel under the entire structure ensuring a firm foundation constructed to last for decades.
The ceilings are significantly higher than other company's mobile medical units giving the space the open feel of an actual office. Also, unlike other manufacturers, Lifeline Mobile uses commercial grade materials instead of residential materials to ensure that the equipment and furniture in the unit will survive the years instead of falling apart in just a year or two.
The goal of the company is to create mobile medical units that have the look and feel of a medical office. These units are equipped with handicap accessibility and private rooms to ensure confidentiality. Lifeline Mobile is dedicated to developing new ideas and products, reinvesting money back into product development to ensure continuing improvements, and continuing research to make units more effective and efficient. The company's goal is also to reduce carbon emissions, increase fuel efficiency, as well as eliminate as much noise pollution as possible.
Monday, April 29, 2013
Friday, April 26, 2013
Summer is almost over – it's time to snatch up some worthwhile quality time with your kids before you send them off to school! Share bonding moments and enjoy activities with your little ones at Mom and Me on May 25 and 26 (from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.) at Rockwell Tent, Makati – a last hurrah for the summer and the special Mommy month of May.
This event aims to foster the relationship of moms and kids through activities that both can do together. While kids can learn from independent play as it nourishes creativity and imagination and organized activities with other kids as in summer classes, when parents and kids do activities together, it gives them a common sense of purpose and a goal. Kids love receiving the affection and undivided attention of their parents, and want to be able to spend as much time with them as possible.
Let Mom and Me jumpstart your daily family play-time with a weekend full of bonding activities! The event is participated in by supporters of mom-child activities.
Choose between a relaxing yoga or fun Zumba workout sessions led by Beyond Yoga, or do both! Learn what kind of dishes you and your little tots can do together with McCormick. For something more exciting, Coach Stauro of Coach and Kids, Inc. will teach moms and kids how to kick and punch with a taekwondo demonstration. Young Artist's Studio will spark you and your little one's creativity with a workshop session on painting, drawing and coloring together.
The educational talks promise to be an enjoyable one for both moms and kids as interactive games are included in each. Ives Lim-Esteban of Halo Philippines will talk about "The ABC's of Safe Sleep" while
Dra. Michelle Daddo tackles the topic of "Healthy Moms for a Healthy Family". Mom blogger Mariel Uyquiengco will be share ideas to capture a child’s heart through the wonderful world of books with a short talk entitled "Childhood Happens Once: Read to your Child". After the short talk, kids of all ages are invited to participate in a musical storytime that will get them listening, rocking, and moving!
Tiddle Tots will transport moms and kids to wonderland with a fashion show of fairies, superheroes, and princesses. For those with toddlers, Gymboree will conduct their crowd-favorite- Parachute Time, along with moms and dads. The Learning Library, an educational enrichment school whose mission is to develop the love of reading in English and Filipino among children, will host an interactive story-telling activity in Filipino. Wiggle and jiggle with Regine Tolentino, as she teaches an interactive fusion cardio, and dance some more with a version of zumba dubbed as “Swamu” by Slimmer's World.
The entire family can have their portrait photos taken by mommy photographer BG Valencia of Red Stiletto, and enjoy the beauty corner of Vanity Beauty Bar and Patisserie. Kids will also enjoy playing around Gymboree’s Play area plus glitter face painting from JAS Party Needs will be on hand.
On top of all these activities that moms and kids can do together, top mom and kids brands will be showcasing their wares from clothes, shoes, toys, home décor and more!
Entrance passes to this fun-filled weekend are at P499, good for 1 mom/dad and 1 child; additional participants at P250. Those who prefer access to only the booth activities such as the family portrait area, beauty booth, play area, and shopping area can get passes for P199.
Sunday, April 21, 2013
Happy Earth Day everyone! Please do your part and give mother nature a gift she deserves. More details about this here: Earth Day 2013 - Face Of Climate Change - Recycling Projects . How about you what do you do to help our dear planet? Do something now!
Posted by earthlingorgeous at 3:38 PM
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
This year marks the 6th year when the United Nations declared April 2, 2013 the World Autism Awareness Day. I think since from that year to now the word has spread and now people know that there are people among us who look normal but are different and very special because of their mental challenges/ disability. Since that year people have been aware but there are still a million out there who just don't accept and understand. So from Now On April Is Autism Acceptance Month . People need to accept that there are people who are not like the average ones that there are special people everywhere we all just have to be considerate and understanding.
Posted by earthlingorgeous at 6:32 PM