Peter D. Busacca takes the reader through each department of a nursing home to show them the complexities of what goes on there to deliver quality care to the patient/resident. Healthcare is the fastest-growing sector of the economy, so a young person thinking of a career in healthcare could see what they are going to get themselves into, and a family member who has a loved one in a nursing home can learn more about the process
Peter D. Busacca, BA, MBA, ACHA, LNHA has been a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator since 2003. He has a Bachelor of Arts in the Natural Sciences and Mathematics, a Masters of Business Administration, an Advanced Certificate in Health Administration, and is a Licensed Nursing Home Administrator in the State of New York.
TUES JULY 9th
BEATTY COHAN, MSW, LCSW, AASECT is a nationally recognized psychotherapist, sex therapist author of the groundbreaking book, For Better for Worse Forever: Discover the Path to Lasting Love, national speaker, national radio and television expert guest and host of the ASK BEATTY SHOW on the Progressive Radio Network. She has a private practice in New York City and East Hampton.
Through her research and book and over 35 years of clinical experience, she has discovered the 3 things that we all need to DO, so that we will never make a mistake in love again.
Her presentation will change the way that you look at relationships forever. It will educate, empower and keep you safe!
SAT June 1st
Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome author Christie Leigh Babirad as she discusses her novel As the Winds Change. If you were given one more chance to talk with someone who passed away, what would you do? What would you say? When April Miller’s estranged childhood best friend, Johnny, is killed in a car accident, April is confronted with his spirit as she’s heading to work one day, making the phrase, “It’s never too late,” all the more poignant.
SAT June 29th
To Register: Call (631) 324-0222 Ext. 3, Stop by the Adult Reference Desk OR Visit the Eventbrite link below:
Join the East Hampton Library as we welcome author, Charles Hunter, as he discusses and signs copies of his first book, My Sicilian/American Life in New York City. Charles begins life with his Sicilian grandmother in a four-floor, walk-up tenement building, a life now long gone from the streets of Manhattan’s Eastside. There’s love, hate, revenge, and tales of attempted murder involving Charles, his family’s beloved Catholic priests and his Irish dockworker buddies from Hell’s Kitchen.
Sat, September 22, 2018
1:00 PM – 2:30 PM
To Sign Up: Call 631-324-0222 ext 3, stop by the Adult Reference Desk or click the link below:
October 14th is Indie Author Day
We’re excited to support our local authors for #IndieAuthorDay on Oct. 14!