Both individuals facing death and their loved ones have to deal with anticipatory grief as the unavoidable draws near, notes Kenny Slaught. He notes an unmatched level of professionalism and compassion that the dedicated staff of Hospice of Santa Barbara has demonstrated to help loved ones and those with terminal illness confront and handle this grief in constructive ways so that they can enjoy their final days together with minimal stress and anxiety. Facing this grief directly can boost communication between loved ones and allow for saying what needs to be said and achieving a sense of closure, which can ease the grieving process after the loss occurs.

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Kenny Slaught, influential thought leader, business strategist and property investor, is committed to helping individuals and groups in need throughout Santa Barbara. In keeping with his life’s work as a respected philanthropist, he has promoted the many community-centric initiatives at the Hospice of Santa Barbara – such as counseling and support services. As he strives to increase public knowledge about the impact of social support, particularly for people who have experienced the loss of a loved one, Slaught has recently advocated for these programs on his blog at KennySlaught.com.

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When children experience the loss of a parent, they may feel that their lives will never be the same. They often feel loss and abandonment. As pointed out by Kenny Slaught, “The I Have a Friend mentor program allows these young people to share their feelings with someone who has experienced something very similar.” The individual will have a companion for as long as he or she needs, and can explore some of the most sensitive subjects in an open and supportive environment with the mentor. In turn, the mentor offers support and practical guidance on the hurdles that will come.

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Real estate professional, Kenny Slaught, discusses the iconic features of the Spanish Colonial architecture that can be found throughout Santa Barbara. He suggests various places in the city where the features are architecturally amazing, as well as highlights the movement of the style to the area by architect, George Washington Smith.

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Kenny Slaught, a long-time backer of community initiatives, Santa Barbara-based real estate investor, and leading force in the property sector, has fully embraced Hospice of Santa Barbara’s numerous  ways to help people experiencing hardship in life experience joy and meaningfulness through empathy and self-care. In keeping with his life philosophy as an entrepreneurial philanthropist, Slaught advocates for the Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Anticipatory Grief Services initiative as he continues to educate the broader public of the importance of social support, particularly for people who have experienced the loss of their beloved, he has recently promoted these programs via his blog, KennySlaught.com.

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Real estate professional, Kenny Slaught, discusses the iconic features of the Spanish Colonial architecture that can be found throughout Santa Barbara. He suggests various places in the city where the features are architecturally amazing, as well as highlights the movement of the style to the area by architect, George Washington Smith.

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Continued supporter of outreach initiatives, Santa Barbara-based entrepreneur and leading force in the real estate sector, Kenny Slaught gladly embraces Hospice of Santa Barbara’s various initiatives aimed at helping those who suffered hardship in their lives to learn to experience joy and meaningfulness again through empathy and self-care. In keeping with his intentions as a visionary philanthropist, he advocates for the Hospice of Santa Barbara’s Anticipatory Grief Services program and continues to educate the broader public about the importance of social support, particularly for people who have experienced the loss of those closest to them. With this goal, Slaught recently promoted these programs on his blog, available at KennySlaught.com.

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Professor David Low from UCSB’s Department of Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Biology, will pursue an innovative global health and development research project titled “Strategy for development of enteric pathogen-specific phage”. Low’s research focuses on a ground-breaking way to deal with serious bacterial pathogens that are evolving to become resistant to many once-powerful antibiotics. “He will engineer phage to selectively target and destroy several pathogenic bacteria to prevent enteric diseases in infants,” notes Kenny Slaught.

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The project applauded by Kenny Slaught works towards the protection of the old-fashioned character of physical building while also providing for ground-breaking upgrades. Furthermore, through fortifications like seismic upgrades, both the building and the tens of thousands of pieces of art inside will be better protected. The plan also creates 25 percent more gallery area to make the museum an even better center of the Santa Barbara community. In short, the revamp project is the most inclusive ever commenced by the museum.

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The planned changes of the campaign will be scheduled through a period of about six years. All changes will be made in stages so that the museum can stay open to visitors through the whole process. Kenny Slaught reveals four basic goals of the campaign, including making the gallery more spacious, increasing community space, enhancing the complete museum experience, and concentrating on the facility’s topmost needs. Similarly, he has presented ways to support the campaign, “People can donate cash straight to the campaign through the Imagine More website at campaign.sbma.net. Also, the museum receives donations of stock and securities, as well as real estate and personal property, which can help propel the campaign through the prevalent renovation process.”

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