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who is Will Wade.
Frank Williams Wade (born November 26, 1982) is an American college basketball coach who is the current head coach for the Louisiana State University (LSU) men’s basketball team. He got coach of the year award in 2014.
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When LSU basketball won its final regular season Southeastern Conference game of the 2020-21 season at Missouri, it marked 39 league wins over a three-year period.It was the maximum SEC wins by any group in the league over that same period.It was part of a correctly negotiated pandemic year in which the team and its staff had to stop this system for almost two weeks in December, still won 19 games, completed third in the league, made the SEC Tournament championship game for the first time since 1993 and advanced to the second round of the NCAA Basketball Tournament.
Opposition says a putrid disability case exposes the stench of a ‘scandal’Almost 400 safety incidents were stated in 15 months at the same provider where a stunning neglect case concerning a disabled man in “putrid” conditions was discovered. of Ann Marie Smith Marie Smith’s final years were lonely and isolated. Now her horrific death is shining a highlight on the NDIS and disability. The government care facility at the centre of a distressing disability care failure had almost 400 reportable incidents logged in just 15 months, it has emerged.It follows news the previous day that discovered paramedics on a triple 0 call last May had found a disabled man with an infected wound laying unwashed in his own faeces at the facility – which at the time was housed in the Hampstead Centre.Many were indexed as “insignificant” or “minor”, and more than half involved aggression by clients towards staff including bodily assaults.Other incidents blanketed ignored medicine, sexual assault, self-harm, falls, stalking, stolen property, fights, absconding, attacks on visitors, property damage, smoking in rooms and alcohol hidden in water bottles.It is understood almost half of the incidents related to just seven clients. Much of the documents are heavily redacted.Health and Community Services Complaints Commissioner Associate Professor Grant Davies investigated the initial incident and made 13 recommendations which have all been accepted, and Premier Steven Marshall offered an “unreserved apology to this patient and his family”.Human Services chief executive officer Lois Boswell.Human Services chief executive officer Lois Boswell.“There are also some incidents involving medication and many of these include clients who refuse to take medication, which they can do.”“When there’s now so many cases revealed of missed medications, drug and alcohol use, instances of self harm, and violence through the facility there needs to be a thorough investigation.