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Caring for a Child with Cerebral Palsy

Caring for a child with cerebral palsy (CP) requires patience, understanding, and lots of effort. While there is no universal advice for caregivers and parents of children with CP, there are things you can do to become a more successful caregiver. 10 Tips for Caring for a Child with Cerebral Palsy These 10 tips for caring for…

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Caring for a Child with Cerebral Palsy

Checklist of Essential Senior Documents

In the event of an emergency, could you quickly locate your loved one’s insurance policy? Banking information? How about his or her safety deposit box? For family caregivers, having these documents & information readily available will not only help save time, but also help you make decisions about your loved one’s health and assets down…

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Checklist of Essential Senior Documents

Caring for a Child with Down Syndrome

Caring for a child with Down syndrome isn’t easy. It requires patience, empathy, and so much more. Many parents and caregivers of children with the chromosomal condition are left wondering where do I start? From research to online support groups to self-care, there are lots of tips that can help make caring for a child with Down syndrome easier….

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Caring for a Child with Down Syndrome

How to Make Stairs Safe for Seniors

Stairs can be dangerous for your elderly loved one, particularly if they’re already at risk for falling. It’s essential that you take stock of your loved one’s stairs and check for potential safety problems. 4 Ways to Make Stairs Safer for Seniors Here are some ideas that can make their stairs safer than ever. 1….

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How to Make Stairs Safe for Seniors

Diabetic Retinopathy

If you or a loved one has diabetes, then you know how difficult managing the condition can be. Diabetes can affect nearly every part of the body, even the parts you wouldn’t normally associate with diabetes, such as the eyes. For those with diabetes, a condition known as diabetic retinopathy can be a big concern…

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RN Diane Pennington Dedicates Her Entire Life To Home Healthcare

Diane Pennington has been a registered nurse for over 40 years. She has spent half of her career in hospitals, and the past 20 years in home healthcare. She joined Sonas Home Health Care in 2005, and since 2017, she has been working 12-hour shifts as a pediatric RN to help take care of 14-year-old…

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RN Diane Pennington Dedicates Her Entire Life To Home Healthcare

9 Different Types of Wound Dressings & When to Use Them

Chronic wounds are wounds that will not heal on their own. Most wounds will heal within two to three months, but when a wound still hasn’t healed after this period, it is considered chronic. Although anyone can experience a chronic wound, they are most common in the elderly. If your loved one has a chronic…

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