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YEC Members Expand Company Offerings to Help Clients Succeed

As the holidays approach, two YEC members have announced program launches aimed to help their audience/customers become their best selves. While both of their companies remain the same, these new expanded products will only improve their platforms and client quality of life.

  1. Richard Lorenzen, CEO and Founder of Fifth Avenue Brands


Early last month, Fifth Avenue Brands launched AchieveIconic.com, a site surrounding personal development and peak performance for entrepreneurs. Every day, they share new strategies for how founders can manage their time, build their teams, grow their revenue, strategically scale their companies, and improve their communication and negotiation skills. They also plan to regularly bring on a team of expert contributors to share their entrepreneurial experience.

As CEO Richard Lorenzen traveled the country speaking about entrepreneurship, especially to audiences of high school and college students, he saw the growing numbers of young people aspiring to become entrepreneurs. He decided he wanted to create a fresh resource for Millennials to learn how to build a successful business and more importantly, maximize their potential in every area of their life. AchieveIconic.com is his project to bring entrepreneurship and personal development to Millennials who are craving it.


2. Mark Salamon, Administrator at Gold Crest Care Center

Bronx Nursing Home, Gold Crest Care Center, Named One of New York&apos;s Best Nursing Homes of 2015 by U.S. News and World Report (PRNewsFoto/Gold Crest Care Center)

Mark Salamon also recently announced a big launch. Their new Skilled Nursing Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program treats high-risk pulmonary patients. The addition of the program will make Gold Crest Care Center one of just a few nursing homes in the area to offer this type of advanced treatment.

The Skilled Nursing Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program operates on guidelines established by the American Association of Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation (AACVPR). Patients participating in the program will receive a comprehensive personalized care plan determined by a respiratory therapist's interdisciplinary team.

Typically, the program is administered over a period of 8-12 weeks and includes daily physical therapy sessions, as well as occupational therapy. Patients also receive weekly personal sessions with the on-site respiratory therapist. Patients suffering from a number of disorders will be eligible for the program: conditions including emphysema and COPD, lung cancer, asthma, cystic fibrosis, neuromuscular disease, bronchiectasis, respiratory conditions related to obesity, as well as those who have recently undergone thoracic or abdominal surgery, or who are dependent on a respirator to breath.

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