What A Midwife Can Do For You

Posted on: 18 June 2017

As a woman, at some point you are going to need to see a health practitioner who specializes in the female reproductive system. You can choose to go to an OB/GYN or see a midwife. There are a number of misconceptions about midwifery you should have cleared up before deciding who to see for proper medical care. Here is a little clarification about what a midwife is and does. What is a Midwife?
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Don't Shy Away From Asking For Help From Your Home Health Aide With These Things

Posted on: 15 June 2017

When you hire a home health aide, you expect that he or she will take care of a number of health-related tasks. For example, if you need help getting in and out of the tub, changing a dressing on a surgical incision, or assistance with a daily stretching routine, the home health aide can help you in these ways. What you might not know, however, is that home health aides can often help you with a variety of other tasks that aren't necessarily related to healthcare.
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Entering Your Senior Years? 4 Benefits To Having The Assistance Of A Case Manager

Posted on: 15 June 2017

If you're a senior, and you live on your own, you need a licensed case manager on your support team. Even if you're managing well-enough on your own, a case manager can help things run smoother, and point you in the direction of services that you might not have known were out there for you. Here are just four of the services that a case manager can help you with.
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Important Points Every Caregiver Of A Senior Needs To Keep In Mind

Posted on: 14 June 2017

Are you the caregiver of a senior? Perhaps this a lifestyle change that is about to occur in your life due to a loved one no longer being able to care for themselves. You may even be a person who has been caring for a loved one, and now you need to return to work. Sometimes people who have to care for their loved ones get to a point of feeling overwhelmed.
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