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2 Important Things Your Home Health Care Supervisor Should Be Doing

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If you have been recently diagnosed with a serious ailment, you may have opted for in-home healthcare over uncomfortable hospital stays. After all, who wouldn’t prefer their own soft bed and cable network over the standard hospital experience? Like any healthcare system, home healthcare has its own set of checks and balances to keep you safe and comfortable. Here are two important things your home health care supervisor should be doing, so that you know what to expect.…

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Blindness Doesn't Have to Be the End—How to Keep Moving After You Lose Your Vision

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Whether you’ve recently lost your vision due to an accident or a progressive disease, going blind in adulthood is a big change. You’re probably feeling very lost and unsure about what to do next. To help you find your way, here are a few tips for navigating this difficult time in your life and getting back on the road to independent living. Bring Your Concerns Up with Your Doctor After a serious injury, it’s common to feel embarrassed if you can’t do the same things you used to.…

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What If You Can't Afford To Pay For In Home Post-Operative Care?

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If you’ve recently had an operation or other procedure that requires extensive post-operative care – such as a knee or hip replacement or insertion of a heart catheter or stent – one of your primary concerns may be your ability to handle this care yourself. Although family members may gladly pitch in to help out, if you need daily care for a period of time, this could be more than even the most dedicated family is equipped to handle.…

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