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Georgia Nurses Association Hosts Community Outreach Initiative in Atlanta for Families

06:43 EST 6 Mar 2017 | PR.com

Atlanta, GA, March 06, 2017 --(PR.com)-- On Saturday, April 15, 2017 at 11:00am, The Georgia Nurses Association will host its inaugural Spring Family Expo on the GNA campus at 3032 Briarcliff Rd NE Atlanta, Georgia 30329. The purpose of the Spring Family Expo is to celebrate the Easter holiday and encourage the local community and the nursing community to keep family unity as a priority. The Expo is free to attend and will not only offer family oriented activities, but also activities for kids and individuals as well as mini-seminars focused on overall well being (www.SpringFamilyExpo.Eventbrite.com).

A few highlights at the Expo include live performing musical entertainers, exhibitions, prize giveaways, vendor showcase as well as health and wellness activities. A few of the mini-seminar topics include College Readiness, Retirement Readiness, Fitness & Nutrition, Child Protect Programs, Divorce Prevention and Recovery, Women's & Men's Health, Financial Management, Stress Management & Reduction, Single-Parent Household resources plus much more.

The PEW Research Center reported a study on the American Family Today in 2015. The study revealed that two parent households have declined to 69% while single parent households are on a steady climb with an increase to 26%. The study further revealed that single parent households and two parent households that spend extensive time in the workforce, demonstrated increased stress levels, behavior issues among children, financial imbalance and family disruptions (www.PewSocialTrends.org). The Center for Disease Control and Prevention - National Center for Health Statistics reported in 2014 there were 3.2 divorces per 1,000 population (www.CDC.gov). Nurse Choice reported The U.S. Census Bureau American Community Survey revealed Nursing is among the top ten professionals most likely to divorce to due stress (www.NurseChoice.com).

The GNA Spring Family Expo seeks to offer families an opportunity to embrace family unity, thwart divorce, encourage communication and learn how to manage today's demands on life. Georgia Nurses Association (www.GeorgiaNurses.org) invites and welcomes corporations and local businesses to join this community outreach initiative by partnering with the Expo for April 15, 2017.

Currently, GNA would like to thank Impact Branding Consulting, Mutual of Omaha and Amerigroup for sponsoring the Expo. They also thank 106 Live Radio and BizLynks TV for media sponsorship. More opportunities are available, please contact Impact Branding at 678-390-2681 for sponsorship information. Participants are invited to view the event information and to register to attend the Expo online at www.SpringFamilyExpo.Eventbrite.com.

About Georgia Nurses Association:
GNA was founded more than a century ago in 1907 for the purpose of uniting the nursing profession. GNA is the state's largest professional nursing association for registered nurses in all practice settings. GNA provides enormous support to advance the profession on a whole as well as the nurses as an individual. GNA advocates for the nurse while they advocate for patients. GNA is focused on taking care of the Whole Nurse.

Contact Information:
Georgia Nurses Association
Natasha Davis, PR Team
678-390-2681
Contact via Email
www.georgianurses.org

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