Like HWR, BT is designed for use in outpatient, residential, and criminal justice settings and is intended for use alone or in conjunction with HWR.
For this study, HWR and BT were provided sequentially, and the primary training for the staff members was their participation in the BT curriculum prior to facilitating the client groups.
(4) Even so, health status is an important influence on the retirement decision and was ranked first in the HWR study by both the retired and non-retired groups.
"Don't need to work--have enough money" ranked fourth among influences on the retirement decision in the HWR study, again being more important for those still working than those retired.
HWR Ltd was among seven North West companies who took part in the five-day mission,organised by TPUK, theGovernment's export body,and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.
Prior to the visit, theBritish Consul in Bilbao provided HWR Ltd with a detailed report of the local market,including information about their main competitors and an analysis of the potential for their product range.
"I think that this collaborative relationship and the level at which it works is unique," says Connie McPeak, RN, CHPN, who is the alternative home care nurse from HWR and is assigned to Kethley House.
Many staff members have volunteered to work on the unit and, according to Gail Anderson, LSW, social worker for HWR, the rewards are extraordinary.
Neita Roper, who handles the business end of HWR Enterprises, also owns two preschool education operations, Roper Inc.
Roper, HWR uses subcontractors and buys most of its materials from Arkansas companies.
HWR was among seven local companies who took part in the five-day mission, organised by Trade Partners UK, the Government's export body,and Liverpool Chamber of Commerce.
Alan Millard, export sales and marketing manager at HWR, said: ``We are currently looking to find a distributor in Spain to handle our broad product range.