Kenny Slaught Discusses Support Of Hospice Of Santa Barbara

Real estate expert and Founder of Investec Real Estate Companies, Kenny Slaught has formerly served on the board of the Santa Barbara Hospice Foundation and remains a dedicated supporter of Hospice of Santa Barbara. The passionate philanthropist has recently expressed his enthusiastic approval of the organization’s ‘I Have a Friend Program’ by promoting it through his blog at KennySlaught.com.

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Slaught Discusses EMDR’s Benefits For PTSD Sufferers

“The professionals at Hospice of Santa Barbara strive to provide the highest level of service to clients by offering effective, cutting-edge therapies,” Kenny Slaught notes, praising the organization. “Dealing with grief and loss is extremely difficult, but a new therapy has emerged to help individuals through difficult times.” People dealing with PTSD undergo overwhelming and painful emotions whenever they remember a past trauma, similar to those dealing with loss and grief. EMDR allows these negative emotions to be mitigated. EMDR involves the practice of dual stimulation—both bilateral eye movements and tones or taps, during which clients recall past traumas in a safe environment while focusing on the external stimulus. Practitioners then assist clients in finding insight about the difficult emotions and make more positive associations with current triggers.

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SBMA Campaign To Happen Over Six Years, Notes Slaught

The renovations and the associated campaign will take place over the course of approximately six years, with changes completed in stages so that the museum can remain open to visitors throughout the entire process. The four goals of the campaign, according to Kenny Slaught, include Improving gallery space, growing community space, enhancing the overall museum experience, and handling the facility’s critical needs. He also noted how to support the campaign, “People can make a cash donation directly to the campaign through the Imagine More website at campaign.sbma.net. The museum also accepts donations of stock and securities, as well as real estate and personal property, which can help sustain the campaign through the entirety of the renovation process.”

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SBMA Campaign To Happen Over Six Years, Notes Slaught

The renovations and the associated campaign will take place over the course of approximately six years, with changes completed in stages so that the museum can remain open to visitors throughout the entire process. The four goals of the campaign, according to Kenny Slaught, include Improving gallery space, growing community space, enhancing the overall museum experience, and handling the facility’s critical needs. He also noted how to support the campaign, “People can make a cash donation directly to the campaign through the Imagine More website at campaign.sbma.net. The museum also accepts donations of stock and securities, as well as real estate and personal property, which can help sustain the campaign through the entirety of the renovation process.”

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Kenny Slaught Assisting SBMA Fundraising

Kenny Slaught, a passionate supporter of the Santa Barbara’s heritage and arts, recently publicized his support for the Santa Barbara Museum of Art’s “The Image More” campaign by promoting it on his blog at KennySlaught.com. The Santa Barbara Museum of Art plays a critical part in the local community’s creative space by offering educational programs and connecting residents and visitors to truly amazing works of art. They recently kicked off a major renovation project that includes the launch of the Imagine More campaign, a major fundraising initiative that will provide for better gallery space, more community space, necessary updates to the building, and an all-around better museum experience. The museum aims to raise $50 million in capital to achieve these goals through the Imagine More Campaign.

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Kenny Slaught Notes Low’s Impressive CV

Kenny Slaught notes that David Low was awarded his bachelor’s degree in biology from UC San Diego, Master’s Degree in microbiology from San Diego State University and a Ph.D. in cellular biochemistry from UC Irvine. While a postdoctoral scholar at Stanford University, Low conducted research in molecular microbiology in the lab of Stanley Falkow, who is now a professor emeritus in microbiology and immunology. In 1998, Low joined the UCSB faculty following 13 years as a professor at the University of Utah Health Sciences Center. He was elected a fellow of the American Academy of Microbiology in 2013, and the American Association for the Advancement of Science elected him as a fellow in 2003.

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Kenny Slaught Posts About GCE Grant For UCSB

Kenny Slaught, an active member and supporter of UCSB Foundation, has recently posted on his blog at KennySlaught.com that “The University of California Santa Barbara announced on May 26, 2016 that it is a Grand Challenges Explorations grant winner.” He extends his congratulations to the university.

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Kenny Slaught Notes Low Rates, Good Jobs Helping Real Estate

As the housing market reaches white-hot levels, many California buyers are finding that they must pay excessively high prices for older, less fashionable home options. Kenny Slaught points out that costs have been steadily rising since 2008, with the common reference Standard & Poor’s Case-Shiller home price index revealing that Los Angeles home prices hit their highest point during April of this year, the peak since October of 2007. Having grown beyond mere recession recovery, Southern California’s larger metropolitan areas are approaching their former peaks. Slaught says the turnaround is because of a number of factors, such as interest rates, job growth and supply and demand. A 30-year, fixed-rate mortgage is hovering around 3.5% or less, nearing 3.31 percent (the record low hit in November 2012) and pushing many toward buying. These enticingly low rates, coupled with strong employment numbers, such as a 2.4% gain in Los Angeles County and a 3.5% rise in Orange County, make it clear just why values have appreciated in an incredibly fast-paced manner. Despite home prices varying considerably statewide, the inflated asking price of higher-end residences outpaces all states other than Hawaii. The steady demand for housing cannot currently be met by the thin supply available, forcing many first-timers to opt for condominium-style units which are both obtainable and selling within a more modest price range.

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Colonial Architecture Makes Santa Barbara Unique, Says Kenny Slaught

Recognizing the natural charm of Southern California, Santa Barbara city planners developed legislation to preserve Spanish Colonial architecture as early as 1925, making the city became the first populace in the United States to consider the importance of historical buildings. Kenny Slaught notes that the most popular of these buildings is the county courthouse, adorned with brilliantly colored tiles and murals depicting striking scenes from the city’s past. A church in operation for over 200 years, The Old Mission, also known as the “Queen of Missions,” gives visitors an amazing view into the formation of the New World through an expansive museum and guided tours.

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Kenny Slaught Discusses Santa Barbara’s Architectural Integrity

Real estate professional, Kenny Slaught, talks about the integrity of Santa Barbara’s architecture and the steps taken to maintain it over the years. He discusses George Washington Smith, the architect who made the style popular in California, and the distinct characteristics that can be found within the architectural design.

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