Category Archives: Health & Recovery

Broken and Healing

Did your mother’s femur break and then she fell down or did she fall and then her femur broke? I asked this question just a couple weeks ago as I was meeting with the son of a potential client. He … Continue reading

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Drink Water First

Drinking 8 ounces of water first thing every morning is good for your overall health for several reasons. Doing something simple like drinking water can motivate you to make other good decisions for living a healthier lifestyle. Below are just … Continue reading

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Pathway to Independence

When illness or injury strikes, you don’t have to surrender to it. There are things that you or your loved one can do to recover and/or maintain independence. Having to depend on others for support and assistance can be frustrating … Continue reading

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Hygiene; Too Important To Ignore

I walked into the home of  an elderly couple and asked them a question which I repeat almost daily, “What is the most important thing we can do for you?” The husband spoke up saying that his wife needed help … Continue reading

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Living In Clothes

How should our clothes fit as we age? Can we still have swag when our body starts to demand certain accommodations? An elderly person may still appreciate style, but find it is hard to keep up. Not that I am … Continue reading

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Home Visit & Medications

Most people know that it is bad when medications prescribed by a physician are not taken as prescribed. It is equally as bad when a physician prescribes new medications without knowing that their client hasn’t taken their current medications properly. … Continue reading

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Stuck in Park

The lady I met yesterday lived in a lake house. She was bruised from a recent fall, and spoke but would get stuck on her words. Her daughter was quick to tell me that she was not suffering from dementia, … Continue reading

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