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Frequently Asked Questions

 

 

What makes Liddle Kidz Foundation trainings different from other infant massage and pediatric massage therapy certifications?

Liddle Kidz Foundation courses are modern; evidence based and focus on giving you the tools and background you need to provide the best care for children, their families and caregivers.  Our training provides a dynamic class teaching format that professionals understand and embrace.   We utilize various teaching methods to provide education that best suits all learners’ needs.

All courses are developed and personally led by Ms. Tina Allen, who is considered to be the foremost international expert in infant and pediatric massage therapies.  Tina Allen, Liddle Kidz Foundation, Founder and Director, has personally developed all course curriculum based on her many years of experience working in the infant and child healthcare and development area.  Additionally, she blends her years of global traveling and teaching in many countries, within all of her courses.

Liddle Kidz Foundation is proud to provide a direct learning opportunity from the founder who has personally developed all of the materials, worked in pediatric hospitals, developed multiple pediatric massage programs internationally, worked in pediatric hospice, worked in orphanages all over the globe and consulted on numerous massage research studies.   This is an opportunity to study under a master educator.

During our courses, you will participate in listening to engaging lectures, group discussion, break-out sessions, visual demonstrations, DVD presentations and hands-on practice.   Our courses are not PowerPoint driven, so you will never feel like you are watching a “boring” PowerPoint all day long.

All courses are equipped with current learning tools.  Not only do you receive your printed course manual in the session, you are also welcomed to visit our current resource table.  Each course is equipped with a cutting edge resource table featuring Kindle Fires loaded with resource materials including books, videos and photographs.  The Kindle Fire resource table is updated on a regular basis, so each course has the most current information available in-class.  You always receive up-to-date information with Liddle Kidz Foundation.

During the Certified Infant Massage Teacher (CIMT) training, a modern, cutting edge marketing section is incorporated to give you the skills needed to share infant massage with families throughout your community, and beyond.  Marketing techniques include not only ideas for professional materials, presentation development, working with healthcare professionals, but also how to build a website, create an online presence and proper utilization of social networking for marketing purposes is covered.  Yes, you read that correctly – how to build a website – is covered during your course at no additional charge.  You leave our courses feeling inspired and armed with tools to put your education into action!
 

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What is the difference between certification as a Certified Infant Massage Teacher and a Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist?

Certified Infant Massage Teacher (CIMT)

The CIMT is a non hands-on course focusing on sharing infant massage and nurturing touch with families who have infants and young children.

This professional training is for those interested in working with families by becoming a Certified Infant Massage Teacher (CIMT).  A CIMT™ is an educator who teaches the art of infant massage to parents or caregivers in the presence of their babies. This training is open to those who care deeply about families and children. You do not need to be a massage therapist, or have any previous experience in the healthcare field to attend.

Certification qualifies the student to demonstrate knowledge and skill in guiding parents and families in the practical application of infant massage. Certified Infant Massage Teachers (CIMT) instruct parents & caregivers on how to massage their children in group and private classes. This is not a hands-on-baby course. Teachers & Students use baby dolls to practice & demonstrate strokes.

Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist (CPMT)

The CPMT is a hands-on course focusing on children from toddler age through late adolescence.

The comprehensive Pediatric Massage Training for massage therapists and health care professionals provides educational and professional training to those who wish to enhance their skills. Through this training, participants learn to provide massage therapy for children with special health care needs, who are hospitalized or have been diagnosed with a terminal illness in hospice care.

Massage techniques for working with children with varied physical, developmental, and mental challenges will be demonstrated and practiced during hands-on in class sessions. The benefits and importance of individualized adaptations, including cultural considerations, for using massage therapy will be explained.

At the completion of this training, you may be asked to provide pediatric massage therapy within a medical institution or other healthcare setting. In these situations, especially due to the vulnerability of children, we review the great importance of professional boundaries, safety guidelines, and considerations for working in medical settings including infection control and patient privacy

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I have already received training and/or certification in infant massage therapy.  May I train and recertify with the Liddle Kidz Foundation?

Yes, we would be happy to have you join one of our Certified Infant Massage Teacher courses so we can ensure you have learned the most up to date information available on infant massage today.  By attending our course, you will be trained in the proper application of infant massage and facilitation skills for best serving families.  Our Certified Infant Massage Teacher program is also a complementary course, and serves as an adjunct therapy, to the other pediatric and advanced infant massage courses offered by the Liddle Kidz Foundation.

Unlike other organizations, the Liddle Kidz Foundation does not require an annual recertification fee.  Once you have trained with us, completed all certification requirements, and become certified, you are certified.  New information and CEU recommendations are suggested periodically, but no annual renewal fees are required.  You are not required to pay more than your course fees to keep your certification.  We also offer an online directory at no charge to our teachers and therapists.

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Will I receive continuing education units (credits) for attending Liddle Kidz Foundation courses?  And, will these hours count towards my continuing education requirements?

Liddle Kidz Foundation classes are approved in the United States, Canada and overseas.

In the United States we are for massage CEUs through NCBTMB (National Certification Board for Therapeutic Massage and Bodywork).  Your course hours will count on a 1:1 basis for continuing education hours.  In addition to NCBTMB approval, we are also approved by many state massage therapy boards including New York, Florida, Texas, Louisiana, Delaware, Hawaii, Nebraska, and Arkansas.

We are also approved by the Registered Nursing Board, Physical Therapy Board and AOTA (American Occupational Therapists Association).

The CPMT course qualifies for 16 CEU/CEH and CIMT courses qualify for 24 CEH/CEU.

All 1 day courses qualify for 8 CEUs, 2 day courses qualify for 16 CEUs and 3 day courses qualify for 24 CEUs through NCBTMB.

State massage therapy and healthcare boards may have other methods of calculations as do other professional boards.  We also offer continuing education credits, hours and CEUS for Nurses, Physical Therapists (PT, PTA), Occupational Therapists (OT, OTA), Child Life Specialists (for PDH).

In Canada we are approved by the provincial boards for massage.  These approvals include Alberta – MTAA, British Columbia – CMTBC, Ontario - CMTO, British Columbia - CMTBC, Manitoba – MTAM, New Brunswick Massotherapy Association, Northwest Territories Massage Therapy Association.

We also provide continuing education to a number of other education and healthcare providers.  If you would like to be sure you can receive credit, please visit our CEU/CEH page and contact us with any questions.

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Where will the classes be held?

Our courses are held all over the globe.  The current training schedule can be found on the right hand side toolbar on the Liddle Kidz Foundation website.  However, it is always a good idea to check back, as we add additional course dates periodically.

If you are interested in hosting training in your area, please visit our host a training section of the website for more information. We would also be happy to add you to our contact list and send newsletters to keep you updated on Liddle Kidz Foundation activities.  If you are curious if a training course will be coming to your area soon, please contact us for more information.

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What time do the classes start?

Classes are typically held from 10:00 am – 6:00pm unless otherwise specified.  We like to allow some time in the morning for participants to get ready for their day.

We have many students who travel in for our courses, so having a later morning start gives the opportunity for you to arrive feeling refreshed.  We ask that you arrive 10 to 15 minutes before the start of your first day of class, so you are able to easily find your way into the venue.

When you register for your course(s), confirmation details will be emailed to the email address you provide on your registration form.  This confirmation email will include any additional details you will need to feel prepared for class.

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What are the required readings for the classes?

Please see the online description and registration form of each class for any recommended reading materials.

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What should I bring to the classes?

We ask that you please bring a writing utensil (such as a pen/pencil), notebook/paper, and possibly a pillow for floor sitting.

Infant massage certification: please bring a demonstration doll, and towel/blanket for doll to lie on.

Pediatric courses: please bring two sets of massage linens.

If anything additional is required, such as a massage table, you will be notified in your confirmation email.

Typically, our venues provide massage tables for our courses.  We will provide unscented natural oil for any course that requires hands-on practice.

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What if I'm interested in hosting a training course?

Please visit the host a training section of the website and complete our online application for hosting consideration.  You will be contacted to discuss arrangements and answer any questions you may have.

We provide courses at many different venues including; hospitals, hospice organizations, children’s healthcare facilities, colleges, universities, orphanages, holistic event centers and massage therapy schools.

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What if I'm interesting in having Tina Allen come speak at a conference or other venue?

Please visit our request an appearance page or contact us for more information. Ms. Allen has spoken at numerous international healthcare, massage and professional conferences and would be happy to consider the particular needs of your event.

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How can I become involved with Liddle Kidz Foundation?

Liddle Kidz Foundation provides many opportunities to become involved with our foundation.   We offer volunteer events throughout the United States, Canada and around the globe.  In addition to North American events, we provide volunteer opportunities to children throughout the world.

Please visit: www.LiddleKidz.org for more information about overseas volunteer outreach.

Our focus to provide the best care for children and their families.  Please contact us for more information in becoming involved in one of our many outstanding opportunities.

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What if I want to start a pediatric hospital massage program?

Liddle Kidz Foundation is dedicated to ensuring the safe professional practice of pediatric massage therapy in a variety of settings.  We are happy to discuss your thoughts for developing pediatric massage programs.

Ms. Allen is also available to consult with healthcare facilities on the safe development of such programs.

Tina Allen’s expertise has been utilized by The Mayo Clinic, Nationwide Children’s Hospital, Suttons Children’s Hospital, AI DuPont/Nemours Foundation, Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Mattel Children’s Hospital at UCLA, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, Hasbro Children’s Hospital, Connecticut Children’s Medical Center, Shriners Hospitals for Children and more.

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I am not a licensed massage therapist. Will I still be able to participate in your courses?

Liddle Kidz Foundation classes are open to massage therapists, physical and occupational therapists, nurses, child life specialists, doctors, parents, infant massage teachers and others involved in supporting the ever growing health needs of children.

Massage therapy students may also attend with proof of enrollment in massage therapy school.  For massage therapy students, certification will not be granted until they have completed their massage therapy program.

If you are interested in our courses, but you would like to discuss your qualifications and eligibility, please contact us.

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What are the benefits of infant massage and pediatric massage?

Please review our article section to learn some of the many benefits of infant and pediatric massage therapy.

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Who can attend the Certified Infant Massage Teacher Training?

Unlike many other healthcare fields, no previous training is necessary.  We’ll teach you everything you need to know to start your new career, or enhance your existing career with the loving touch of infant massage.

The background of those who attend our infant massage certification course varies from physicians, nurses and healthcare professionals to moms, dads and grandparents.

Some of the many students who have attended our trainings include:

  • Massage therapists and bodyworkers
  • Physicians and Doctors
  • Nurses
  • Physical therapists
  • Occupational therapists
  • Yoga instructors and teachers
  • Social workers
  • Child and family welfare advocates
  • Child life specialists
  • Early childhood educators
  • School administrators and teachers
  • Daycare staff
  • Child and family intervention specialists
  • Military family specialists
  • Healthcare researchers
  • Directors of health and human service organizations
  • Psychologists
  • Adoption specialists
  • Speech therapists
  • Lactation consultants
  • Childbirth educators
  • Doulas
  • Midwives
  • Hypnobirth educators
  • Retirees looking to start a new path in the field of infant massage.

This is not a “hands-on” certification course.  You do not need to be “licensed or certified to touch” to attend. All that is required is that the student be 18 years of age or older and have a desire to learn about infant massage with the goal of passing along the information to others.  So, in short, who may attend this course?  Anyone!

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How long is the CIMT™ Training?

The evidence based training course is provided over three comprehensive in class training days.

After the in class training, you will also be required to complete after course practicum.

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What is required to become a Certified Infant Massage Teacher?

Attend all three comprehensive in class training days and required after course practicum.

After course practicum includes teaching 3 families infant massage, asking the 3 families to complete evaluations and designing 3 infant massage handouts.

The 3 evaluations and 3 handouts are returned to the Liddle Kidz Foundation within 6 months of your course completion.

Once your work has been reviewed and accepted, you will receive your CIMT™ certificate.

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What is the CIMT™ required after class practicum?

  • Complete infant massage lessons with 3 families (3 babies with their caregivers).
     
  • Ask caregivers to complete class evaluations at the end of your last session with each family.
     
  • Design 3 handouts for infant massage classes (more information provided during CIMT™ Course)
     
  • Return all of your work within six months of the last day of your CIMT™ Training course for review and approval
     

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How long does it take to become a CIMT™?

First you attend the full 3 day comprehensive in class course. Then complete after course practicum.

We ask that you complete and submit the after course practicum for review and approval within six months of the last day of the course you attended.  However, you can complete this process much sooner, if you are able to complete your after course practicum in a shorter timeframe.

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What is a CIMT™ able to do/not do?

  • Provide infant massage lessons to parents and caregivers, in group or individual sessions
     
  • Give presentations, informational talks and lectures on the wonders of infant massage
     

The certification does not allow you to:

  • Train or certify others to be teachers of infant massage
     
  • Offer any type of continuing education units and/or continuation hours
     
  • Provide infant massage instruction for child with advanced special healthcare needs
     
  • Provide hands-on massage therapy for infants
     

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I am enrolled in an upcoming CIMT™ course, can I invite families to attend the in-class parent-baby infant massage sessions?

Yes, absolutely!  Please contact our office to find out the detailed times the courses will be offered or feel free to share our information with families you wish to invite.

Although space is limited, we do our very best to accommodate all families who wish to attend.

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I am enrolled in an upcoming CIMT™ course, what should I plan to bring to class?

First, you need your infant massage teaching doll.  The doll should be 19” – 21” in length.  Have a soft body, hard plastic face, hands/arms and feet/legs.  When you lay the doll down the eyes should remain open.

Please also bring a blanket, towel or pillow to lay your teaching doll on.

You may wish to bring notepaper, pen and/or pencil to class to take notes.  You will be provided educational materials in class, but it is highly likely you will wish to take notes.

We sit on the floor for many portions of the course, so you may wish to bring a pillow or something else to sit on.

Please feel free to dress comfortably and in layers.  The temperature of the training space may fluctuate.  During the parent-infant in class massage sessions, the room will be warmed to a comfortable temperature for babies.  This may feel quite warm to us, so dressing in layers allows you the ability to be comfortable during the entire course.

We do take frequent breaks, but also encourage the student to remember their needs.  So, please feel free to bring water and snacks as needed to keep you energized throughout the day.  We will offer a lunch break for at least one hour each day, and you are welcome to bring your own lunch, or find a local place in the area.

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What does the Certified Infant Massage Teacher Training Consist of?

During the 3-day comprehensive course, various learning methodologies are utilized to provide the participants with the most effective learning experience possible.  To enhance your learning experience we provide training via lecture, demonstration, hands-on practice, in class exercise/activities, supervised practical experience, audio and visual presentations.

Our CIMT™ Training Course includes:

  • The history & global use of infant massage as a parenting practice
     
  • Infant massage techniques and methodology
     
  • Massage Stroke Adaptations for infants with special healthcare needs, babies born prematurely, strokes for common childhood discomforts such as Colic, Gas, Constipation, Congestion and Teething
     
  • Recognizing Infant’s verbal and Non-verbal communication
     
  • •Current infant massage research and how best to stay in touch with current research developments
     
  • Benefits for both infants and caregivers
     
  • Teaching and facilitating skills
     
  •  Nurturing Touch for the Growing Child
     
  •  for providing classes to families of all kinds, including cultural considerations for families from varied ethnic and cultural backgrounds, extended families, stepfamilies, grandparents raising children, adoptive families, gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender (GLBT) parents and teenage parents
     
  • Marketing Skills and techniques for setting up and marketing successful infant massage classes

Our Certification Course also includes:

  • CIMT™ Teaching Guide (provided in class)
     
  • Supervised Practical Experience: Parent-Baby infant massage class is provided on two days of the course.  On the 2nd day for the course, student participants observe the Master Teacher who will conduct the infant massage class, and on the 3rd day of the course, student participants conduct the supervised infant massage class.  During this supervised session, student participants have an opportunity to conduct the parent-baby class and put their education to use immediately
     
  • Exam – the exam is administered and graded in class to ensure full understanding of the material presented, and to give participants any additional guidance prior to completing the CIMT™ course
     
  • After course mentoring from our Master Teacher
     
  • Processing of CEH/CEU paperwork and certifications as applicable

    Certification Process:
     
  • Student participants complete the entire 3-day in class course session and in-class exam

    Additional after course (out of class) requirements:
     
  • Complete infant massage lessons with 3 families (3 babies with their caregivers)
     
  • Ask caregivers to complete class evaluations at the end of your last session with each family
     
  • Design 3 handouts for infant massage classes (more information provided during CIMT™ Course)

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Who can attend the Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist Training?

Health care professionals, professional massage therapists and body workers, parents and caregivers of children with specific medical conditions which may benefit from the use of massage therapy.

This course as a stand alone course does not provide certification to provide hands-on therapy for pediatric clients.  This is a continuing education course designed to expand your practice.

In order to provide hands-on therapy for pediatric clients you must possess a hands-on certification or license prior to providing touch therapy for pediatric clients.  For example certification/license in massage therapy, physical therapy, nursing or as a physician.

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How long is the CPMT™ Training?

The training course is provided over two comprehensive in class training days.  The training includes hands-on practice and an end of course exam.

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What is a CPMT™ able to do/not do?

  • Provide hands-on massage therapy for pediatric clients with appropriate consent (medical, parental and child’s)

The certification does not allow you to:

  • Train or certify others to provide pediatric massage
     
  • Offer any type of continuing education units and/or continuation hours

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I am enrolled in an upcoming CPMT™ course, what should I plan to bring to class?

Please bring at least two sets of massage linens to class as you will participate in hands-on practical demonstrations.  In many cases massage tables will be provided, if they are required you will be notified prior to the course.

You may wish to bring notepaper, pen and/or pencil to class to take notes.  You will be provided educational materials in class, but it is highly likely you will wish to take notes.

We sit on the floor for many portions of the course, so you may wish to bring a pillow or something else to sit on.

Please feel free to dress comfortably and in layers.  The temperature of the training space may fluctuate.

We do take frequent breaks, but also encourage the student to remember their needs.  So, please feel free to bring water and snacks as needed to keep you energized throughout the day.  We will offer a lunch break for at least one hour each day, and you are welcome to bring your own lunch, or find a local place in the area.

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What does the Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist Training Consist of?

During the 2-day comprehensive course, various learning methodologies are utilized to provide the participants with the most effective learning experience possible.  To enhance your learning experience we provide training via lecture, demonstration, hands-on practice, in class exercise/activities, supervised practical experience, audio and visual presentations.

Our CPMT™ Training Course includes:

  • Pediatric massage techniques and methodology
     
  • Massage Stroke Adaptations for children with special healthcare needs
     
  • Age appropriate approach and communication
     
  • Overview of growth and development
     
  • Current relevant massage research and how best to stay in touch with current research developments
     
  • Benefits of pediatric massage
     
  • Considerations for providing massage therapy for children of all backgrounds, including cultural considerations
     
  • Medical, healthcare and parental consent considerations

Our Certification Course also includes:

  • CPMT™ Guide (provided in class)
     
  • Supervised Practical Experience: In-class hands on practice
     
  • Exam – the exam is administered and graded in class to ensure full understanding of the material presented, and to give participants any additional guidance prior to completing the CPMT™ course
     
  • After course mentoring from our Master Teacher
     
  • Processing of CEH/CEU paperwork and certifications as applicable

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Do you offer advanced and specialized training in pediatric massage therapy?

Yes, we do.  In addition to our evidence based Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist course, you may also wish to explore Liddle Kidz Foundation advanced pediatric training course options.

We offer a number of courses to help advanced your professional credentials in the field of pediatric massage therapy including:

(please feel free to click on any of these course listings to learn more)

Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Autism (Pediatric Massage for Autism Spectrum Disorders)

Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Cerebral Palsy (Pediatric Massage for Cerebral Palsy)

Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Cancer (Pediatric Massage for Oncology Diagnoses)

Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz (Pediatric Massage for Healthy Children)

Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz with Common Childhood Discomforts

Touch Therapy for Liddle Kidz in the NICU (Pediatric Massage for Infants in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit)

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Do I have to attend the CPMT (Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist) or CIMT (Certified Infant Massage Teacher) Course before I attend an advanced infant/pediatric massage course?

While it is strongly recommended that anyone wishing to pursue advanced training in pediatric massage therapy attend the CPMT (Certified Pediatric Massage Therapist) Course, it is not required.  However, this course will give you a strong foundation to be able to best share pediatric massage, touch therapy and nurturing touch with children and their families.

Those wishing to attend advanced training in infant massage and NICU massage, may also consider first attending the CIMT (Certified Infant massage Teacher) Course, to receive the best foundation for this work.  Again, however, it is not required, but strongly recommended.

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I attended a Liddle Kidz™ training course and loved it.  How can I let others know how wonderful your course is?

Thank you!  Please let us know what you think about trainings and courses, so that we can add your thoughts or comments about your experience with us to the testimonials page of our website. We appreciate having you in class and are delighted that you enjoyed it.

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I would like to volunteer to provide overseas outreach and massage to orphans and children in other countries.  How can I learn more about volunteering with the Liddle Kidz Foundation?

Thank you for your interest in wishing to bring nurturing touch to children around the globe.

The Liddle Kidz Foundation offers an internationally recognized volunteer program and aims to share the benefits of pediatric massage and nurturing touch through our skilled volunteer teams.

Please visit the Liddle Kidz Foundation Global site to learn more: www.LiddleKidz.org

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I have additional questions that have not been answered here.  How can I learn more?

Please feel free to contact us at anytime via our contact section.  We are more than happy to answer additional questions and provide more information.

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