Modern Nails

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Modern Nails is listed in the Manicuring & Pedicuring category in Vancouver, Washington. Displayed below are the social networks for Modern Nails which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Modern Nails on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 15.

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6700 NE 162nd Ave
Vancouver, WA 98682
(360) 882-8049
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@TheWanderingLa We are really sorry you are having so much trouble. Are you trying to do an online transaction or at an office?

DOL is aware of the Department of Homeland Security’s plan to begin posting signs in airports across the country announcing the January 2018 date for requiring a federally compliant form of identification to board domestic commercial flights under the REAL ID Act. It is important for all Washington residents to know that a regular Washington state driver license or ID card will be acceptable for commercial air travel until at least the 2018 deadline. [ 260 more words ] https://licensingexpress.wordpress.com/2016/12/14/real-id-update-legislation-to-bring-washington-into-compliance-with-real-id-filed-for-upcoming-session
DOL is aware of the Department of Homeland Security’s plan to begin posting signs in airports across the country announcing the January 2018 date for requiring a federally compliant form of identif…


REAL ID update: Legislation to bring Washington into compliance with REAL ID filed for upcoming session licensingexpress.wordpress.com/2016/12/14/rea…

On the last day of Older Driver Safety Awareness Week 2016 we're highlighting the final topic: Staying Engaged in the Community. When an older driver discovers the need to make adjustments to drive safely or can no longer do so, families and friends can help him or her take these changes in stride. See more at: http://seniordriving.aaa.com/ and http://www.aota.org/Conference-Events/Older-Driver-Safety-Awareness-Week.aspx#sthash.UzH2ttUP.dpuf
It is a fact of life that people grow older every day. With increasing age come changes in physical, mental and sensory abilities that can challenge a person's continued ability to drive safely. But there are a variety of safe travel options for people of all ages. The real need is a broader awarene...

Physical changes that come with age or medical diagnosis can affect or even impair driving in the traditional way that an older adult may be accustomed to. Occupational therapy practitioners are available to suggest equipment that can extend safe driving life. - See more at: http://www.aota.org/Conference-Events/Older-Driver-Safety-Awareness-Week/Thursday-full-article.aspx#sthash.XHlnBK8D.dpuf
AOTA Podcast: Physical changes that come with age or medical diagnosis can affect or even impair driving in the traditional way that an older adult may be accustomed to. Occupational therapy practitioners are available to suggest equipment that can extend safe driving life.

Checking up on a loved one's or your own driving fitness is important because driving requires complex physical, visual, and cognitive abilities. The free AAA Roadwise Review interactive driving evaluation features a series of computer-based exercises that can be completed in 30 to 45 minutes and help you identify steps to reduce driving risks in eight key areas. Visit http://seniordriving.aaa.com/evaluate-your-driving-ability/interactive-driving-evaluation/


@w_hat_the_heck in general, an exempt (government) plate number that contains a C is a county-owned vehicle.


Family & friends play a major role in initiating discussions about older driver safety. AOTA offers resources to he twitter.com/i/web/status/8…


RT @AOTAInc: Work with older adults? Here's why you (yes, you!) should address driving with all of your clients ow.ly/QmTU306QcQj

Family and friends play a major role in initiating discussions about older driver safety. There is no simple or easy way to address the subject, but if you want to help preserve an older driver in your life's personal freedom and mobility, while ensuring safety on the road, there are resources available. For tips about how to start the conversation visit http://www.aota.org/Conference-Events/Older-Driver-Safety-Awareness-Week/Tuesday-full-article.aspx#sthash.vpbyw1tO.dpuf or http://seniordriving.aaa.com/resources-family-friends/conversations-about-driving/
AOTA Podcast: While family and friends play a major role in discussions about older driver safety, many people put off a conversation about an older family member’s or friend’s abilities because they may be unsure how to start it, when to approach it, or how to remain respectful of their loved one.…