Approximately 18 million people in the US are affected by swallowing difficulty – also known as dysphagia. AmpCare has developed a treatment certification and protocol for the treatment of dysphagia.
Friends Helping Friends, a not-for-profit, taxpayer-supported organization which helps the mentally disabled community in Crawford County, has expanded into a sheltered workshop. The group has also added a box truck to help drive more business for the participants.
Felony charges have been filed against the following people by the Crawford County Prosecuting Attorney’s office.
Lake assaults with vehicle
Joseph Thomas Lake, 39, of Sullivan, has been charged with two counts class D felony second degree assault, class E felony leaving the scene of an accident, and class A misdemeanor driving while his license was revoked.
Crawford County’s positive COVID-19 cases has passed the 100 mark, totaling 111 as of Monday, August 17. That shows an increase of 34 cases over the previous week when the total was 77 on August 10. On Monday August 3, the total was 58.