Hospice of Santa Barbara offers numerous services to those facing terminal illness but also their families, Kenny Slaught says. Some of these address children who deal with losing a family member. One in 20 children experience the death of at least one parent, while 20 percent lose a loved one before reaching adulthood. Hospice of Santa Barbara offers free initiatives to help such individuals in managing grief and avoid issues like anxiety, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and depression.
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Santa Barbara City College has a strong reputation in training network support professionals. According to Kenny Slaught, attending the program is an investment in education. Network engineers manage their computer network and help their coworkers by creating new connectivity and data management applications. Communications technologies is a lucrative industry, with more job openings being available annually.
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The Spanish Colonial Revival architecture was started in the early 1900s in US. The movement redesigned former Spanish colonies that were turned into American cities. This style is often found in California, and Santa Barbara adopted it after the 1925 earthquake. Architect George Washington Smith moved to Montecito to make the movement more popular. El Pueblo Viejo’s architecture reminds of ancient Rome and Paris, and is still intact even today. But what is Hispanic Architecture all about? This style is inspired by cities in Andalusia, Spain. In Santa Barbara, the buildings come from the combining of local materials with the natural environment. Kenny Slaught explains that Spanish architecture in the region is characterized by great craftsmanship and minimalism. The structures are connected to the sun, and painted in colors like yellow, red, orange and white.
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The US real estate industry has been modernized by new technology, resulting in a better organized and lucrative sector. Websites that provide workflow automation and many online collaborations became increasingly well known thanks to their ability to process more accurate data. CEO of Investec Real Estate Companies, Kenny Slaught, based in Santa Barbara, explains how developers in the state can use revolutionary models and cyber operations in their work.
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