Many people who are full-time or part-time caretakers of someone who is ill or aged also want to create. How can they do both? Creativity coach Pamela Yates provides some top tips.
Date published: 2021-4-13 Moms appreciate thoughtful gifts Moms, aunts, in-laws, and the special women in your life will be delighted to get a thoughtful gift for Mother’s Day. To help you find the perfect present, we’ve rounded up dozens of Mother’s Day gifts that she’s sure to love. This list covers 8 different categories including … Read moreDozens of Thoughtful Mother’s Day Gifts She’ll Love
As the day arrives for children to get vaccinated, how can parents and healthcare providers help kids navigate fear and pain?
Palliative care is focused on quality of life Palliative (PAL-ee-uh-tiv) care is medical care designed for people with serious health conditions. This type of care is focused on relieving pain, stress, and other disease symptoms. The #1 goal is to improve quality of life for patients and family. We explain how it’s different from hospice … Read moreHow Palliative Care Improves Seniors’ Quality of Life
Despite greater acceptance of mental health struggles, our healthcare systems have been hard pressed to make it easier for patients to receive the care they need.
Individuals who are pregnant during the pandemic may be more at-risk for mental health concerns. This is part 2 in a series of self-care tips provided to help promote coping.
An interview with Allen Frances, chair of the DSM-IV Task Force, on his life, career, and legacy.
Communication tips reduce difficult Alzheimer’s behaviors When someone with Alzheimer’s or dementia gets angry or agitated or simply refuses help, everyday life becomes even more challenging. New communication styles can help you reduce difficult Alzheimer’s behaviors and improve quality of life for both you and your older adult. We found a free Alzheimer’s Association webinar … Read moreChallenging Alzheimer’s Behaviors Solved with Expert Communication Tips
Hipness’s hefty price, not just in cash but in relationships and in career.
Words are powerful. We must use them with great care.