A History of the Indiana Farm Bureau 1919-1999. (From the book) "Hoosier Farmers. . . Era of Change traces our grassroots to global interests for the last 30 years. Our organization's history from the late 1960s to nearly 2000 is a whirlwind of adapting to agriculture's changing ways."
According to the C.D.C., more than 30 million people in the United States have diabetes, and 1 in 4 of them don’t know they have it. This must-have guidebook offers young readers and researchers a means of understanding diabetes and its ramifications. Readers will learn what causes it, how people live with it, and the latest information about treatment and prevention. Charts, graphs, and sidebars offer fast facts that are perfect for report-writing.
This historical record pays tribute to the 12th Bomb Group and the Association. A comprehensive history of the Earthquakers,"" veterans' biographies, numerous special bomb mission stories, hundreds of never-before-published photographs and index makes this a valuable record to hand down from generation to generation. features full color cover and endsheets. ""
Whether describing her husband's near-fatal motorcycle accident and recovery from a brain injury, or her bare-ankled encounter with a rattlesnake, Barbara's words rise off the page. This heartfelt memoir, full of humor and insight, depicts a life charged with uncertainties and fears, bravery and joy, and what it's like to be a writer and more, what it's like to be human.
This workbook has been developed specifically for survivors of brain injury and blast injury. Based on journaling workshops for survivors of traumatic brain injury, it is filled with journaling exercises that guide the user through examining and expressing the many ways that the brain injury has affected and altered their lives. Vignettes by individuals give it a personal touch and also serve as examples of journaling. Users may go through the workbook from front to back or they may select chapters and activities most relevant to their lives and stage of recovery.Sections explore¿¿changing sense of self¿loss, memory and resilience¿altered relationships with family and friends¿anger and ...