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Venture Tours , Inc.
South Military Highway
South Military Highway, Virginia 23464
United States

Company Description: (757-494-1480) Why settle for just another bus when you can enjoy premium service in tastefully appointed luxury for about the same price? Venture Tours offers you...   more
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Employment History

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Ramblin Express - Contact Information
www.ramblinexpress.com, 17 Jan 2012 [cached]
Transportation Director: John Tate
Transportation Director: John ...
www.ramblin.com, 17 Mar 2007 [cached]
Transportation Director: John Tate
Ramblin Express / Denver875 West 64th, Building C Denver, Colorado 80221(303) 572.8687 - (877) 726.2546Fax (303) 438.2118
Transportation Director: John ...
www.ramblinexpress.com, 1 Mar 2006 [cached]
Transportation Director: John Tate
Ramblin Express / Denver875 West 64th, Building C Denver, Colorado 80221(303) 572.8687 - (877) 726.2546Fax (303) 438.2118
NewsAdvance.com | Filling the void
www.newsadvance.com, 8 Nov 2004 [cached]
Biancia and John Tate are trying to start 'Brain Injury Network,' a nonprofit corporation to provide help in the community for people with brain injuries.John suffered a brain injury in 1992.
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In November 1992, the Tates were two weeks from celebrating their first wedding anniversary when John Tate developed a life-threatening problem in a network of blood vessels within the brain.The surgical procedure he underwent at the University of Virginia Medical Center didn,t work.And John Tate had what he called ,a bad brain bleed.,
The result was a traumatic brain injury and two-and-a-half months in a coma.
,It is such a terrifying world,, said Biancia Tate. ,You,re hearing all these big terms like intra-cerebral hemorrhage, subarachnoid space, cardiovascular accident,, she said. ,And you see your person in a coma.You see all these tubes, all this equipment, but you don,t know what it means.,
John Tate was in and out of intensive care and transferred to several hospitals before coming home.
,The problem was when we came home - there were no services, period, to help us deal with the trauma we had been through and to help us learn to live with brain injury,, said Biancia Tate.
They now want to establish ,Brain Injury Network,, what they hope will be a nonprofit corporation.Its first service will be case management - a team dedicated to finding services and solving problems in the community for families and patients.
Before Tate,s traumatic brain injury, Biancia Tate was a social worker and John Tate served as a supervisor at a correctional facility in Buckingham.
After his injury, neither could work - he because of the brain damage, and she because she was taking care of him.
They could not afford to continue insurance and lived on Social Security income. ,We didn,t have his retirement at this point,, said Biancia Tate. ,All we could do was wait on Medicare.,
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John and Biancia Tate don,t want to travel long distances to get what they feel should be available locally.
,We live in Bedford now,, said Tate. ,It,s unbelievable the need we see.,
Specialized counseling, and neuropsychological evaluation just aren,t available, said Tate, who,s now in the process of forming a board to establish Brain Injury Network and hoping to get professionals on the board as well as patients and families.The Tates work continuously on the project, and were recently in contact with people from Washington, D.C., where a new population of brain-injured patients are being seen, she said, coming back from Iraq.
Filling the void
presstowardssoulsdestiny.centralva.net, 8 Nov 2004 [cached]
Biancia and John Tate are trying to start 'Brain Injury Network,' a nonprofit corporation to provide help in the community for people with brain injuries.John suffered a brain injury in 1992.
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Biancia and John Tate don't know the estimated 1,750 people in Central Virginia who have brain injury, but they do know there's a pretty good chance at least some of them have had a very hard homecoming.
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In November 1992, the Tates were two weeks from celebrating their first wedding anniversary when John Tate developed a life-threatening problem in a network of blood vessels within the brain.The surgical procedure he underwent at the University of Virginia Medical Center didn't work.And John Tate had what he called "a bad brain bleed."
...
John Tate was in and out of intensive care and transferred to several hospitals before coming home.
"The problem was when we came home - there were no services, period, to help us deal with the trauma we had been through and to help us learn to live with brain injury," said Biancia Tate.
They now want to establish "Brain Injury Network," what they hope will be a nonprofit corporation.Its first service will be case management - a team dedicated to finding services and solving problems in the community for families and patients.
Before Tate's traumatic brain injury, Biancia Tate was a social worker and John Tate served as a supervisor at a correctional facility in Buckingham.
After his injury, neither could work - he because of the brain damage, and she because she was taking care of him.
...
"I'm not the old John," said Tate.
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John and Biancia Tate don't want to travel long distances to get what they feel should be available locally.
"We live in Bedford now," said Tate."It's unbelievable the need we see."
Specialized counseling, and neuropsychological evaluation just aren't available, said Tate, who's now in the process of forming a board to establish Brain Injury Network and hoping to get professionals on the board as well as patients and families.The Tates work continuously on the project, and were recently in contact with people from Washington, D.C., where a new population of brain-injured patients are being seen, she said, coming back from Iraq.
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