Picturesque Framework of Large Format PostersWritten by Maricon Williams
Pictures influence us. It can frighten us. It can appease us. It can make us happy. It can make us blue. Excited, angry, anxious, perplexed, ecstatic – name it, pictures can very well work its magic spell on us.
Life is ironic and this irony can be reflected in picture right before you. Take a glimpse and be amused by things that it is telling you. Its voice may be inaudible but its language is clear. They say that picture paints a thousand words. And its words are so enchanting that it drags you to contemplation. If eyes have been regarded as windows to our soul then, pictures are mirrors to our past and doors to our future. Why are they interrelated? Perhaps, reason is that we must look back at them in order to see what’s ahead.
We cherish our pictures and we want to preserve every bit of it because every bit is a piece of puzzle that makes us up. Pictures are our priceless possession. They are trails of our past. Every picture may mean a precious moment, event or treasured person.
How powerful are pictures? Pictures are everywhere. We see them everyday. In fact, they are widely used to advertise and market since they give an air of ‘personal and human touch’. Some of powerful ads that use pictures are billboards, labels, stickers and posters. By these materials, essence of pictures are captured and preserved. Their lasting effects are resorted to make a product, service or event popular and marketable.
Reporting On Elder Care BusinessesWritten by Barbara Mascio
We do not use negative reporting or fear tactics to inform consumers on elder care services. We have chosen to take positive approach by focusing our attention on those elder care businesses that can prove their commitment to serving our senior citizens. Each service within our exclusive network is literally approved and endorsed by very seniors they currently serve.
Not every business would open itself to such scrutiny, especially given fact that this consumer-driven survey process is not mandated. Not only is this voluntary, each business within our network has paid a fee for survey process. That in itself should alert you to fact that these businesses are not only confident in their ability to serve our elderly with great care, they are willing to prove it.
Nay Sayers have said all along, "Barb, you'll never get businesses to agree to this, let alone pay for survey process", followed by, "You will have to offer this at no charge to business community and charge senior for your service."
I feel (strongly) that seniors should not have to pay just for privilege of learning which service is safe to use, which service will meet his or her needs and budgets. Seniors are hit hard enough these days.