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I’m Not Ready for That!

I’m Not Ready for That!

We all await milestones in our younger years, like getting a driver’s license or graduating high school. Those are exciting times, but later in life, we can become overwhelmed or perhaps even dread what aging may have in store for us. The good news is that aging can...

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Healthcare at Home Helps You Stay YOU!

Healthcare at Home Helps You Stay YOU!

July is meant for the social butterflies! From Family Reunion and Picnic Month to Social Wellness Month, it’s time for those who like to visit to shine. What do social events have in common with home health, outpatient therapy, or hospice services? Staying social is...

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Home Health Can Offer Hope for Alzheimer’s

Home Health Can Offer Hope for Alzheimer’s

June brings us the longest day of the year, the one with the most light. The Alzheimer's Association honors The Longest Day to raise awareness and funds in the fight against Alzheimer's disease. Across the globe, there are 55 million people diagnosed with Alzheimer’s...

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Safety Tips for the Outdoors this Summer

Safety Tips for the Outdoors this Summer

Summer months are so enjoyable and precious that most people want to soak up every second of the beautiful rays. It’s important to make memories while the weather is nice, but having some sense of safety before spending time outside can help you enjoy the season!...

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These Boots Are Made for… Walking Month!

These Boots Are Made for… Walking Month!

May is National Walking Month. It seems like a fitting time to celebrate because it’s also Nurse’s Month, and no one gets their daily steps in like a nurse on the go! Getting plenty of exercise and hitting step goals can seem easy while we’re feeling our best, but as...

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Hooray for all the Nurses!

Hooray for all the Nurses!

During the month of May, don’t forget to celebrate the fantastic folks who serve as angels on Earth—our nurses! In our fast-paced world, convenience is key. For that very reason, you'll find nurses working in schools, private office buildings, satellite clinics,...

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Celebrating the Hope of Outpatient Therapy!

Celebrating the Hope of Outpatient Therapy!

April is Occupational Therapy Month and Parkinson’s Awareness Month. What do the two have in common? Occupational and other therapies can help those living with Parkinson’s! Before we explain how occupational therapy can help Parkinson’s, let's shed some light on this...

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Get Some “Spring” in Your Step!

Get Some “Spring” in Your Step!

Perhaps you’ve had a recent fall or a near miss or didn’t move as much as you would have liked this winter. Aging, injuries, stiffness, and being cooped up indoors can slow us down. The good news is there’s room to improve! Did you know that walking speed can predict...

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Blazing Trails for a Bright Future

Blazing Trails for a Bright Future

To all the women rolling up their sleeves to make the world a better place, we celebrate YOU this month! It isn’t news to us that women can do all things, and we’re honoring one of ours who keeps getting it done. This Women’s History Month, we’re celebrating Angela...

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Breaking Down the Walls of Hospice

Breaking Down the Walls of Hospice

Former President Jimmy Carter has now been in hospice for a year. This is remarkable news because of the many myths surrounding what hospice can do for those who need it. The average enrollment for hospice patients is around three months, with the median being just 18...

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