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Physical Therapy Commission on Accreditation in Physical Therapy education SC Department ofLabor, Licensing and Regulation south carolina Board of Physical Therapy http://www.musc.edu/chp/pt/
Extractions: Physical therapy focuses primarily on those individuals whose potential or actual impairment is related to musculoskeletal, neuromusculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, and integumentary (skin) systems. It also focuses on methods of evaluating the functions of these systems and on the selection and application of appropriate therapeutic interventions to alleviate pain; to maintain, improve, or restore function; and to prevent dysfunction. The Profession Physical therapists are specialists in evaluating and treating disorders of the human body by using physical means rather than drugs. They are legally and ethically responsible for planning, implementing and evaluating a physical therapy program. This responsibility often includes instructing patients and their families and supervising physical therapist assistants, physical therapy aides, students, and other healthcare workers in carrying out the program or selected parts of it. The physical therapist consults and works closely with the patient's physician and other healthcare practitioners in establishing treatment objectives which are realistic and consistent with the patient's needs.
Extractions: Sets out state licensing requirements for architects. Includes fee schedule; application, reinstatement, examination, change of address, reciprocity and complaint forms; seal requirement; continuing education FAQs and requirements; complaint filing and investigation process overview; board member listings and meeting schedule. Board newsletter lists disciplinary actions and inactive architects. Links to South Carolina statutes and regulations relating to the practice of architecture; South Carolina Fair Housing Law; and proposed changes to statutes affecting architects.
Extractions: This page is a good starting point for finding state government resources, including links to state agencies and boards; executive, legislative and judicial branches; county and municipal governments and associations; state telephone directory; links to business resources; regulatory, licensing and related agencies; environmental links. Online government services include license renewal, property tax payment, tax filing, driver's license renewal, business filings search, UCC filing and search, new business registration, state vendor registration and new hire reporting. This private subscription service provides current and historical highway construction bidding information for South Carolina for a fee. Can search by keyword or scan current lettings; lists bidders; provides bid tabulations, planholders, eligible bidders. Trns*port Expedite, free electronic bidding software, allows users to submit bids online and to download files for specific bids. Lists disapproved contractors, debarred contractors and pending debarment decisions.
Extractions: Rule 422, SCACR creating the Commission and Board; The Commission's regulations appended to that rule; The Circuit Court ADR Rules and Family Court Mediation Rules (with appended ethical standards) ; and Standing orders in Greenville Anderson and Pickens counties, modifying the circuit and/or family court ADR Rules in those judicial circuits. (Contact those courts for most current and complete information.)
Extractions: State Requirements Table of Contents State Is there a requirement of graduation from a nurse anesthetist program? If yes, does the program have to be accredited? Accrediting Body Missouri Yes Yes The appropriate regional accreditation body for higher education certified by the Council on Post Secondary Accreditation to conduct such accreditations. [4 CSR 200-4.100, subsec. (1)(A)] Montana Yes No explicit requirement, but completion of an accredited program is implied since Montana requires nurse anesthetists to be certified. Nebraska Yes Yes The Nebraska Department of Health or the Council on Accreditation of Nurse Anesthesia and Educational Programs. [Advanced Registered Nurse Practitioner Act, sec. 71-1730(4)] Nevada Yes Yes A national organization recognized by the Nevada Board of Nursing. [Regulations of the Board of Nursing, NAC 632.515(1)(b)]
Extractions: 2005 Agency of the Year (Click here for more details) MESSAGE FROM THE ADMINISTRATOR Achieving a continuous measure of success is no easy task, but during the last 30 years the Department of Consumer Affairs has blazed a trail of protecting consumers that has met the test of time. With a thirty-year tradition of results behind it, the Department continues to focus on emerging consumer issues in South Carolina, the nation and globally. Using creative new approaches to consumer education and through dialogue and advocacy, we are helping to formulate and modify consumer laws, policies, regulations and grow a new generation of consumer advocates.
NASDVA.ORG - SOUTH CAROLINA E. education Free tuition at any statesupported institution of higher learning, 78, Acts of the General Assembly of south carolina, approved March 15, http://www.nasdva.com/southcarolina.html
Extractions: Pursuant to S.C. Code Ann. §§ 1-23-110 and 1-23-111 (Supp. 1999), a public hearing was held on November 13, 2000, at the offices of the Administrative Law Judge Division (Division) in Columbia, South Carolina, to determine the "need and reasonableness" of these proposed regulations. The proposed regulations establish rules and standards which apply and further clarify the guidelines for continuing insurance education for individuals qualified or licensed to act as insurance agents in South Carolina. Pursuant to Rule 45, ALJDRP, "...the agency shall provide a statement confirming the need for a hearing as required by S.C. Code Ann. § 1-23-110 (1976) (as amended) on the basis that a request for a hearing was made by twenty-five (25) persons, a governmental subdivision or agency, or an association having not less than twenty-five (25) members." On November 2, 2000, the Department of Insurance (Department) timely forwarded a request for public hearing filed by The South Carolina Association of Insurance and Financial Advisors, an association comprised of more than twenty-five (25) members. At the public hearing, the Department and interested persons were given the opportunity to present written materials and oral testimony, all of which were incorporated into the record of the hearing.
Extractions: Homepage PARKING RULES AND REGULATIONS Mission Statement Annual Report Departmental Chart Crime Alerts ... Services Offered Ticket Appeal Procedures All motor vehicles using University parking facilities Fall Semester, Spring Semester, and Summer Sessions must have a permanent decal or temporary permit. A Vehicle that does not have a Parking Permit (Decal) is not allowed to park on the main campus (this includes All Employees, Undergraduate Students, Graduate Students, Continuing Education Students, Distant Learning Students, etc). Foreword The rules and regulations contained in this booklet have been reviewed and approved by the University Traffic and Parking Committees. These regulations have been developed with the goal of achieving a safer and more efficient utilization of the available parking spaces as well as a safer and more orderly control of vehicular traffic on campus. General Provisions The motor vehicle regulations set forth herein are applicable to all persons operating or parking a motor vehicle on properties of South Carolina State University . University traffic rules shall be enforced on all University roads and grounds at all times of the day and night throughout the calendar year. The University Police Department is authorized and empowered to enforce these motor vehicle regulations and provide for the safety of persons on University property. The University does not assume any responsibility for motor vehicles or their contents while they are operated or parked on University property.
Extractions: In its general charitable purposes, a community foundation is much like a private foundation; its funds, however, are derived from many donors rather than a single source, as is usually the case with private foundations. Further, community foundations are usually classified under the tax code as public charities and therefore are subject to different rules and regulations than those which govern private foundations. (The site(s) listed below are launched in new browsers.) Central Carolina Community Foundation The Community Foundation Serving Coastal South Carolina was founded in Charleston in 1974 to serve the eight coastal counties of South Carolina. The foundation provides funding in various programs areas, including: arts, education, basic human needs, neighborhood and community development, health, conservation, historical preservation, and animal welfare. The foundation's Web site includes grant descriptions, guidelines, downloadable applications, a complete listing of scholarships, a detailed list of past grants, news and events, a donor guide, and a regional map covering funding possibilities in surrounding areas. Located in Greenville, South Carolina, the Community Foundation of Greater Greenville "exists to enhance the quality of life of the citizens of greater Greenville by linking philanthropic leadership, charitable resources, and civic influence with needs and opportunities in the community." The foundation makes grants to tax-exempt organizations to enhance community life through the support of a broad range of services, including health, education, religion, arts and humanities, and the environment. Some grants follow an open application process under published guidelines. Other noncompetitive grants reflect the charitable priorities of individual donors. The foundation's Web site features information for requesting an application, news about the foundation, and a list of previous grantees.
South Carolina Policy Council with compensation for any government taking through government regulation . Founded in 1986, the south carolina Policy Council education Foundation http://www.scpolicycouncil.com/index.asp?CONTENT=newsdetail&TYPE=news&id=30
State Licensure Trends The level of education required of support personnel varies from state to state . Texas 10 hours per year; south carolina - 8 hours per biennium http://www.asha.org/about/legislation-advocacy/state/state_licensure.htm
Extractions: @import url( /styles/importmenuA.css ); Skip to: content navigation Our site's pages are optimized for Web browsing software that supports current Web standards, as established by the World Wide Web Consortium (http://www.w3c.org/) . Content is accessible from older or less standards-compliant technologies, but its presentation will not be identical to visitors with standards-compliant software. Read more on our site's changes and accessiblity. Find a Professional Shop My Account Guest Login Search for: Advanced Search Home Site Location: Home About ASHA ASHA State-by-State State Requirements For Audiologists to Dispense Hearing Aids ThirtyÂ states permit audiologists to dispense hearing aids under an audiology license. By virtue of amending the hearing aid dealers' licensure law, the audiology licensure law, or both: Alabama AlaskaÂ ArkansasÂ ColoradoÂ Connecticut* FloridaÂ GeorgiaÂ Â Â IdahoÂ MinnesotaÂ MississippiÂ Â Â Â Â Â New Mexico** New York Oklahoma OhioÂ Rhode IslandÂ South Carolina South DakotaÂ Tennessee Texas* Utah Vermont Washington West VirginiaÂ WisconsinÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â *certain conditions apply
South Carolina Per Code 5910-50 (2005), the south carolina Physical education Assessment The Comprehensive Health education Act Code 59-32-30 and Regulation R 43-238 http://www.nasbe.org/HealthySchools/States/states.asp?Name=South Carolina
South Carolina State Board of education Regulation 43238 (1992) provides various options for the The south carolina Board of education adopted the Health and Safety http://www.nasbe.org/HealthySchools/States/South_Carolina.html
Extractions: The Comprehensive Health Education Act Section (2002) requires students in grades Kindergarten through 8 to receive instruction in health each year, and for students in grades 9 through 12 to receive instruction at least once. State Board of Education Regulation (1992) provides various options for the delivery of instruction in grades 9-12, although students are not explicitly required to take health in order to graduate. The Comprehensive Health Education Act requires that "in grades 6 through 8 sexually transmitted diseases are to be included as a part of instruction. And, at least one time during the four years of grades 9-12, each student shall receive at least 750 minutes of reproductive health education and pregnancy prevention education. The program of instruction provided for in this section may not include a discussion of alternate sexual lifestyles from heterosexual relationships including, but not limited to, homosexual relationships except in the context of instruction concerning sexually transmitted diseases."