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Sports was never Susan (Sue) Naversen’s “thing” when she was growing up, but she knows how to handle curveballs. If you swing and miss, you simply step back up to the plate and give it another go. “I like to think of myself as a woman of many seasons. As someone who is always progressing in life toward the next interest that I have. Usually my interests have something to do with helping others,” says Sue. And when her interests don’t land her exactly where she thought they would, Sue eagerly anticipates where life will take her next. These days, Sue, a Doctor of Oriental Medicine (DOM), helps others primarily through her company, BH&I Consultants, LLC, where she is a behavioral health and intervention consultant, counselor and addiction specialist. Her focus areas include pathological gambling and dual 8
addictions. An acupuncture physician as well, Sue holds certifications from the National Certification Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NCCAOM), as well as the National Acupuncture Detoxification Association (NADA). But while alternative medicine is Sue’s current specialty and interest, that wasn’t always the case. A Connecticut native, Sue earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Michigan and subsequently became a physician assistant (PA) in New York. Although she enjoyed her dozen years working in the world of traditional western medicine, one of those proverbial curveballs would soon come her way, sending her in a direction – literally and figuratively – that she couldn’t have predicted. “Some twenty-plus years ago,” says Sue, she and her husband Bob Naversen moved to Palm Beach Gardens after
Bob’s failing health necessitated his retirement from teaching. In addition to having undergone open heart surgery, Bob was a recovering alcoholic. Yet he was never too sick to look for ways to help others who struggled with addiction. Sue wanted to help too. “I hoped to use my medical knowledge to help people recover, but I began to see that there were so many patients in treatment who weren’t able to ‘absorb’ more traditional addiction treatment because they didn’t even feel well enough to cope with it.” As a result, Sue, in her fifties by then, returned to school, completing master’s programs at both the Clayton College of Natural Health and the Atlantic Institute of Oriental Medicine. She soon learned the many benefits of alternative treatments/ therapies such as acupuncture, massage, essential oils and mindfulness training in facilitating addition recovery. When her studies were done, Sue originally opened a small boutique facility in North Palm Beach, the first of its kind, she says, to combine traditional and alternative medicine to treat addiction. “We became nationally and internationally known for our treatment of problem gambling.” Eventually, however, Sue decided that the direction her partners wanted to pursue was not right for her. Being Sue, she simply took a deep breath and “stepped back up to the
plate,” creating the company where she works today. Although Bob died in 2006, Sue continues to devote her efforts to the cause so important both to her and her late husband. She currently works with Florida House Experience, a medically integrated program where doctors, psychiatrists, clinicians, and case managers work as partners to solve the underlying substance abuse/mental health issues and to create holistic individual treatment plans. “Right now I’m so excited to learn more about how neuroscience works other therapies to aid in addiction and dual diagnoses,” says Sue. As much as Sue loves her job, she seems pretty content with her personal life as well. She adores her family: her son Chuck Mills, his wife Sarah, and their children Evan (14), Rory (8) and Alec (6), all of whom live back in Connecticut. She’s also happy about being a part of the PGA community. “I have so many good friends here. The people here care about and take care of each other.” Sue recalls how soon after Bob died, she found herself sitting alone in her living room, feeling unprepared for an impending hurricane and, frankly, downright sorry for herself. “Then some of the people Bob had mentored called came over to board up my windows. And I started getting phone calls from many of my neighbors. Everyone wanted to make Continued page 10
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old). Clothing/Supplies: hiker’s footwear, active wear, a hat, and a full water bottle or canteen. Weather-dependent. Meet at museum’s flag pole. Time: 8:30-10:30am Cost: FREE, but space limited; must RSVP Oct. 10 History of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse Historian Josh Liller discusses the 150+years of Jupiter Inlet Lighthouse history and operations. @ Lake Park Library, 529 Park Ave., Lake Park, FL 33403 Time: 6pm Cost: FREE Oct. 15 Members Event: Sunset Tour Enjoy spectacular views and witness the Jupiter Light turning on to illuminate the night sky. Time: 6:15pm (weatherdependent; approx. 75 mins) Cost: FREE; limited to those with current valid membership; limited space – “first come” basis; RSVP online at calendar or email adixon@ jupiterlighthouse.org
Oct. 18 Lighthouse Sunset Tour Enjoy spectacular views and witness the Jupiter Light turning on to illuminate the night sky. Time: 6pm (weatherdependent; approx. 75 mins.) Cost: $15 members; $20 nonmembers; must RSVP Oct. 28 Jupiter Inlet Veterans Family Fishing Classic FishingCommunity.org, in partnership with the Bureau of Land Management and Loxahatchee River Historical Society, holds its second annual family fishing classic for wounded, injured and ill veterans from all campaigns. Time: 9am-2pm Cost: FREE for vets and their families; registration only through partner’s website: http://fco.ketrick.org//fl/ jionaclasses Additional info: Bureau of Land Management 561.295.5955 FishingCommunity.org 703.508.0065 Wounded Warriors invited and volunteers needed! See more and sign up: www. fishingcommunity.org/fl/ji2017
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I know it’s hard to tell sometimes in South Florida, but the arrival of holiday décor in our local shops and supermarkets means we are officially in the fall season. Perhaps there’s no better time than now to touch on one of the biggest dangers to the senior population: the risk of fall-ing. That first fall to the ground may be abrupt and seemingly out of nowhere. “Mom had a little mishap yesterday,” I’ll hear people say. Or a usually independent, mobile gentlemen will proclaim, “It’s the darndest thing, I just lost my footing and tripped all of a sudden.” It’s actually no surprise when someone not prone to ambulation issues suddenly just loses his/her footing or balance. As we age, our mobility starts to decrease slowly. Although diseases like Parkinson’s or multiple sclerosis can be an expedient to decreased independent ambulation, we typically do not notice gradual changes in ourselves or loved ones whom we see regularly. That being said, it is important for seniors and those caring for them to implement a system of checks and balances when it comes to mobility within the home and in routine environment(s).
• On steps, use brightly colored tape or paint to mark the edge. • Always check any new medication to determine whether dizziness or loss of balance is a listed side effect. • Since the bathroom (especially at shower/bath time) is where an individual is most susceptible to falling, install handrails in the bathroom and shower/tub and a shower chair in the shower. • Replace pieces of furniture that have wheels or slide easily, like barstools, chairs and kitchen islands. • Use/Encourage the use of a cane or walker if you have/ your loved one has occasional or slight balance issues. Seniors may not always need assistance, but these adaptive tools are excellent preventative measures. • Wear/Encourage the wearing of appropriate footwear that provides good traction and support. • Have your/your loved one’s eyesight checked regularly. • Keep the living area as well-lit and clutter-free as possible.
Consider this checklist for preventing trips and topples: • Check home walkways and paths for rugs or narrow areas/ turns that may make it hard to navigate or create tripping hazards. • In doorways where a transition in flooring may occur, insure that there isn’t a “lip” or “bump” that may snag footing or be of hazard to someone with a shuffling gait.
Regular attention to the aforementioned tips goes a long way towards keeping little tumbles and major spills at bay. For those who require more assistance, VIP America can refer a caregiver who is trained on proper transfer techniques and ambulation assistance. Call us today at 561.585.4535 for a complimentary assessment.
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