Preparing Your Child For An Eye Exam

Going to the doctor, even an eye doctor, can be a daunting experience for a child. You can help make the process easier for them by preparing them in a few ways. Here are things you can do to help your child feel ready for their eye exam (from a specialist such as Envision Eyecare - Dr. Erika Duggan and Dr. Marilyn Lehrner). Explain to them what will happen Read More 

Could Your Dream Career Ultimately Lead To Foot Surgery?

You've just started your dream career and are excited about finally finding something that will keep you active and on the go all day long. You've worked hard to get this position, and you're building up your body over time to help you succeed in this career. However, some of these dream careers can lead to serious foot injuries later down the road--injuries that might ultimately result in surgery. If you work in one of these fields, then you can expect to need surgery at some point down the road unless you get extremely lucky. Read More 

3 Ways To Know It’s Time For Your Parent To Move Into Assisted Living

Assisted living is a service available for seniors that are having problems living alone, but are not quite ready to move to a nursing home. It can be hard to know if your parent is ready for this move, but there are certain signs that should alert you to begin thinking about it. Here are three ways you will know if now is the right time to begin considering this move for your parent. Read More 

4 Ways To Pay For Home Health Care Services

Home health care for a parent is more than just finding the right provider. You also have to worry about paying for the care. With the costs of health care increasing, you might find the bill a bit more than you can handle. Luckily, there are ways that you can get the care your parent needs for a reasonable price.  Health Insurance One of the obvious methods of paying for the home health care that your parent needs is health insurance. Read More