AWD

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AcronymDefinition
AWDAll Wheel Drive
AWDAward
AWDAir Warfare Destroyer (Australia)
AWDAlternate Wetting and Drying (irrigation)
AWDat Work Document
AWDAward Bios File
AWDAnalog Watchdog
AWDAutomated Work Distributor
AWDAdvanced Web Design (various organizations)
AWDAcute Watery Diarrhea
AWDAudible Warning Device (various organizations)
AWDAllgemeiner Wirtschaftsdienst (German investment company)
AWDAvis Worldwide Discount Number (promotional ID)
AWDAverage Winning Distance
AWDAthletes with Disabilities
AWDAmericans with Disabilities
AWDAffordable Web Development (various locations)
AWDAvailable Water Determination (Australia)
AWDAffordable Web Design
AWDAllstate Workplace Division (insurance)
AWDAmiga Web Directory
AWDAgency Work Directive (EU)
AWDMicrosoft Fax At Work Document (file extension)
AWDAutomatic Weighing Device
AWDArea Wage Determination
AWDAdvanced Worldweb Design
AWDAvailable Without Declaration
AWDAlternate World Database
AWDArachnophobia Web Design
AWDAssociation of Welding Distribution
AWDAccolade Web Design
AWDAdvance Warning Device
AWDAgold Web Design Services
AWDArian Web Designers
AWDAlton Web Design
AWDAlternate Work Days
AWDAutomatische Waehleinrichtung fur Datenverbindungen
AWDAbdominal Wall Defect
AWDArtists with Disabilities
AWDAging with Dignity
AWDA Wel Drem Prod (French audiovisual production agency)
AWDAwaiting Departure
AWDAdvanced Warfighting Demonstration (US DoD)
AWDAppalaches Western Dance (French: Appalachian Western Dance; est. 2008)
AWDAir Worthiness Directive
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Five Wishes Living Will is a tool provided by Aging with Dignity to help persons communicate what they want done if they become seriously ill.
* A wider understanding of the process of grief, death, and dying will bring fuller value and appreciation for aging with dignity.
He said she inspired him six years ago to start Aging With Dignity, a nonprofit group in Tallahassee, Florida that advocates better hospice care for dying people.
After working with her in caring for the dying in India, Towey put together Aging with Dignity, a nonprofit organization whose emphasis is on "improving care for those at end of life."
One initiative of Aging with Dignity is Five Wishes, a menu of end of life choices that goes into detail about what an individual wants to happen at the moment of death and after.
It's one of the country's oldest public parks, and ought to be aging with dignity. Its last major overhaul was more than two decades ago.
Aging with Dignity, a Florida-based nonprofit, created the Five Wishes document (1) in 1996.
over 11 million copies of the document are circulating and over 15,000 health-care and other organizations are distributing it, according to Aging with Dignity's Web site.
For more information, visit the Aging with Dignity site: www.agingwithdignity.org or call 888-5WISHES (888-594-7437).
Gray Davis's 2000 Aging with Dignity Initiative, which awarded Quality Award Certificates to 104 facilities meeting the compliance criteria; of those facilities, 44 will share in the $4.2 million--up to $1,500 per employee--being distributed by facilities among nonmanagement staff.