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Synonyms for assist

to give support or assistance

the act or an instance of helping

Synonyms for assist

the activity of contributing to the fulfillment of a need or furtherance of an effort or purpose

(sports) the act of enabling another player to make a good play

act as an assistant in a subordinate or supportive function

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work for or be a servant to

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Clinton: Brianna Bedard, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Devin Blakely, Certificate in Massage Therapy; Kristopher Blakely, Certificate in Massage Therapy; Carol Kilcoyne*, Certificate in Medical Assisting.
Fitchburg: Ayla Rivera, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Daniel Comeau, Certificate in Culinary Arts; Sasha Johnson*, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Janice Kennefick**, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Beatrice LeBlanc, Associates in Science in Medical Assisting; Felicia Levesque*, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Sashay Montero, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Sahira Santiago, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Jelissa Vicioso*, Certificate in Medical Assisting.
Hardwick: Bridgit Borey*, Associates in Science in Medical Assisting.
Leicester: Stephen Lund**, Certificate in Medical Assisting; Brittany Wilson*, Associates in Science in Medical Assisting.
She was honored for her continuing role of volunteer service to the ADAA, currently as 10th District Trustee, and for the role model she provides to dental assisting students and constituents.
She has been active as an advocate for dental assisting legislation and has spoken at open hearings regarding this type of legislation on several occasions in Rhode Island.
was recognized for her ongoing contributions of time and effort to her state and local ADAA components and particularly for her continuing efforts legislatively in behalf of dental assisting in the State of New York.
Religious identity correlates with attitudes toward the ethical status of assisting in suicide.
Clinton: Christine Casasanto, Medical Billing and Coding; Jessica Fadgen**, Medical Billing and Coding; Kathleen Gadomski**, Medical Billing and Coding; Donna Gadoua**, Medical Assisting; Susan Gjelteman**, Medical Billing and Coding; Alexandra Hicks, Computerized Accounting; Carmen Luksha**, Medical Billing and Coding; Katelynn Walker**, Medical Assisting; Adrianna Washington*, Medical Assisting
Dudley: Anne-Marie Barnett*, Medical Office; Virginia Bombard, Medical Billing and Coding; Christine Bubon**, Medical Assisting; Christine Price*, Medical Assisting; Kylie Nygard, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting
Gardner: Stephanie Garlisi*, Associate in Science in Medical Assisting; Alexis Leblanc*, Medical Assisting; Cathy Scott, Medical Assisting
Second District: Colette Jesikiewicz, CDPMA, Wyoming, PA, for her efforts in starting a new local in her home area and in organizing a drive to adopt a military unit and spearheading an effort to create dialogue with state legislators concerning dental assisting credentials.
Seventh District: Natalie Kaweckyj, FADAA, CDA, CDPMA, COA, COMSA, RDA, Minneapolis, MN, recognized for her achievements in dental assisting professionalism through earning designations, serving on dental-related committees including consultancy to the Minnesota Board of Dentistry, for community service and for her service to the ADAA including most recently serving as national Secretary and currently as Seventh District Trustee.
Tenth District: Jackie Kulbel, CDA, Mukilteo, WA, recognized for organizing and operating the WSDAA information booth annually and working to emphasize the importance of education as the main focus in developing the career of dental assisting as a profession.
ASC Medication Assist is located in Tulsa, Oklahoma and has been assisting patients in need for the past eight years.