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Pro-Health Systems
3211 Fayette Rd, Kensington, MD 20895
Pro-Health Systems, in residential Kensington, has served the community since 1992 by providing health andMore risk-management solutions for employers to improve the well-being of their businesses. Pro-Health Systems works with companies and their employees, offering health coaching and education, on-site screenings, risk appraisals, free ROI reports and more.
Bidwick & Associates
10401 Connecticut Ave, Kensington, MD 20895
Bidwick & Associates is an employment company specializing in matching talent to accounting and administrationMore positions in various companies. Companies are currently looking for controllers, accounting managers, financial analysts and human resource professionals. Call today to find out if you qualify.
Persuasive Information
3005 Ferndale St, Kensington, MD 20895
Persuasive Information is a solo mediation practice. It specializes in conflict resolution for employer-employee,More landlord-tenant, neighbor-neighbor, land use-zoning and parent-child cases, among others. Human rights and community mediation is offered pro bono. The company has worked with political, faith, service and civic action organizations. To schedule an appointment, call the number provided and ask for Michael Benefiel.
All Can Read
10410 Kensington Pkwy, Kensington, MD 20895
Faune Watkins founded All Can Read to help teach reading, as well as some mathematics, to children with dyslexia andMore other learning difficulties. Ms. Watkins aims to enhance each student's reading experience using a multisensory teaching method that employs visual, auditory and tactile pathways. The All Can Read program is tailored to each individual child's needs, and there are no long-term contracts or fixed number of sessions required—the parents decide how long they would like to pay for the tutoring services. It is also possible to have the public school system pay for the sessions if All Can Read is designated by an Individualized Education Program (IEP) or Hearing Officer's Decision. For more information about the program, visit the All Can Read Web site.
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