5 Important Reasons “National Family Caregivers Month” Matters Even More in 2020 “National Family Caregivers Month” (November) has been recognized in the United States since 2000. Coinciding with the emergence of an aging baby boomer population, most Americans have at least some awareness of the sacrifices many make to care for family members, neighbors, and friends in need. But despite the progress, their work is still underappreciated in 2020. And with the COVID-19 pandemic, family caregivers are under more stress than ever before!
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Some of you may have noticed that you’re spending far less than usual due to social distancing. However, that also means that you’re probably spending more time at home which may result in increased bills in other areas. There are things you can do around your home that don’t require sweeping changes in order to keep more money in your pocket.
It's that time of year again, folks. Every year, we observe Daylight Savings Time (DST) and when it comes time in the Fall to "fall back" or set your clocks back, many people find their schedules thrown off. While it seems like just one hour, it can be a real pain when that time comes and you find your day, even week, is out of whack. This year we “fall back” on November 1.
Reminds Healthcare Professionals and Families to Work Together for Better Health Outcomes! Healthcare “awareness” campaigns are common these days, and It can be hard to keep track of the various causes. But October focuses on a topic that directly affects countless families and medical workers across the country: “patient-centered care.” And while people mostly associate the month with Halloween and the transition to Fall, patient-centered awareness is worth a closer look!
With summer officially here and the days are warming up, it’s important to know and understand the signs and symptoms of heat related illnesses. Even if you are spending hours in and around the pool, you aren’t immune to heat exhaustion or other heat related illnesses.
Let’s face it, we’re tired of COVID-19, heck maybe even all of 2020! COVID-19 and other events in our community have had devastating effects on jobs, finances, health, and more. In the worst of cases, there are individuals who have lost their lives or the life of a loved one. We can’t imagine the loss nor do we want to minimize or make light of the situation.