The American Stroke Association has designated May American Stroke Awareness Month in an effort to spread the word on identifying, preventing and treating stroke…But it’s not all bad news. Strokes are preventable. Read More
Today’s guest post is from Roger Sims, the resident medical supplies expert at locostmedical.com. No one wants to go to the Emergency Room. Frequently crowded, ER visits also require waiting for treatment and have a reputation for impersonal care. ER visits place you at the luck of the draw for the medical care provider you’ll get. Yet… Read More
Falls account for serious injuries, confinement to nursing homes, and death every year. Many falls are preventable. Read More
Not only can you find that time spent with loved ones over a meal is pleasant for you, you’ll also have you a good chance to observe any mental or health changes that have taken place since the last time you ate together.
Making decisions for aging parents often falls into a gray zone because adult children must decide if making choices on behalf of their parents is even appropriate. Read More
If an individual is at high risk for falling, an accident does not need to be inevitable; there are steps one can take to reduce the chance. Read More
If you have older or disabled loved ones who are living on their own, it might be helpful to them if you spent some time exploring their world from their perspective. Read More
I put him close to a CD player and turned Hava Negila up very loud. Nathan clapped his hands and sang in his babbling way. It was beautiful. Read More