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Note to Nurse

Note to Nurse

Dear Nurse or Healthcare Professional: This year has brought unthinkable hardship for long term nursing facilities. Covid19 has devestated more residents’ lives than we could have ever imagined. And it was sudden, it was cruel, it was quick, stealing the lives of our...
June is Alzheimers Month!

June is Alzheimers Month!

Just the word, Alzheimers, is dreaded worldwide and the scientific community is on the verge of transformational developments fighting the battle to put an end to this diagnosis. It is predicted that the first survivor is alive today, the cure no longer “if” but...
Be Aware of Early Signs Of a Stroke

Be Aware of Early Signs Of a Stroke

May is American Stroke Awareness Month and in consideration that five out of six people are unable to name the three signs signifying a stroke, it is a perfect time to go over the basics. Approximately 133,000 people die annually from strokes and is the leading cause...
Healthcare Providers Careers

Healthcare Providers Careers

There is a lot of emphasis placed on healthcare providers and career openings these days. The health crisis in America has raised our awareness of the dedication and love that healthcare workers bring to their profession. We always cherished their importance but are...
When Wandering Becomes an Issue

When Wandering Becomes an Issue

Wandering among persons with Dementia or Alzheimer’s is dangerous but there are some strategies to help prevent it. Today, we are living through uncertain times but the person who is diagnosed with either disease is currently facing additional risk. Besides the major...
Choices Empower Your Caregiver

Choices Empower Your Caregiver

Given the power of choices can be empowering to say the least. Because having the power to choose can bring positive changes to the care of your loved ones, caregivers should have a voice. Every health situation is unique and each caregiver has to rise to specific...
Keep Health Care In The Comfort of Your Home

Keep Health Care In The Comfort of Your Home

Ever consider home health care while recovering from surgery, an accident or caring for a sick child? There are many misconceptions about the home health care industry that prevents many of those in dire need to consider a care partner. It might be time to dispel some...
Prescription Adherence

Prescription Adherence

Our doctors write a prescription for medications that will help ease symptoms and manage our medical problems. Each and every prescription is specific and prescribed for a reason and their importance should be understood by the patient. If struggling with disease,...
Sometimes Life Gets in The Way

Sometimes Life Gets in The Way

We are well aware that life can be difficult, sickness, an accident or surgery can be life altering. Those are occasions when life can get rough. These are some occasions when people need more than a hug; they need some emotional and physical support. Empathy Not...
Holiday Thoughts for The Chronically Ill Patient

Holiday Thoughts for The Chronically Ill Patient

Some patients who are chronically ill have their symptoms hidden, tucked away inside and not easily perceived. It seems that during the holiday season many people are struck by emotions that are out of their control and feel isolated from sharing in festivities. The...