Visitation Protocol During the Covid-19 Pandemic

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10 New Year Resolutions for 2023

Do you hear everyone around you making new year resolutions and you don’t know where to start? Read below and stick to any that resonate with you. Have any new year resolutions you want to share with us. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Instagram and let us know in the comment section […]

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5 Gift Ideas for Seniors This Christmas

Are you stressing over what to buy your parents or grandparents for Christmas? When thinking of gift ideas for seniors, we try to be thoughtful and practical. Shopping for others can be difficult, but shopping for our senior loved ones can be especially challenging. We have a few ideas that might help you when you […]

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Five Ways To Care For Caregivers

November is National Caregivers Month. A caregiver’s job can be overwhelming, exhausting, and be overlooked. They also need attention and caregiving to allow them time and space to recharge and carry on their mission. If you’re wondering how you can help, here are 5 ways to care for caregivers. These are just some ways you […]

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Benefits of Physical Therapy for Stroke Patients

October is Physical Therapy Month. A stroke often leaves individuals with impairments. Using physical therapy, most patients regain lost function and learn or improve skills that can compensate for lost abilities. The success of rehabilitation depends on specialized health care professionals who coordinate a customized rehabilitation program specifically for the patient. This interdisciplinary team can […]

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Protect Your Legacy

September is National Preparedness Month

Are you ready? We have some advice from about the ways you and your family can stay safe and be prepared for disasters! Kids Children are the future & an important part of building a national culture of preparedness. Prepare your kids for disasters and emergencies. Take time to make a plan and have […]

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10 Back-To-School Tips for Your Family This Year

“If you fail to plan, you are planning to fail!” Benjamin Franklin Can you believe its time to go back to school already? As summer comes to an end and South Florida back-to-school season begins, it can be hard to get back into a regular schedule — both for kids and adults. This transition period […]

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The Surprising Benefits of Ice Cream

Today is National Ice Cream Day!! There’s nothing like a refreshing scoop of rocky road or very berry strawberry on a hot summer day—but if you’re very health conscious, you might pass on ice cream no matter the season. Well, what if we told you it isn’t so bad for you after all? In fact, […]

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Heart-Healthy Benefits of Chocolate

Did you know? July 7 is World Chocolate Day! We thought you would like to know how good chocolate can be for you in moderation. Dark chocolate is the chocolate of choice when you want to indulge in a heart-healthy way. Chocolate comes from Cacao, a bean full of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Many studies […]

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June is Men’s Health Month

Men’s Health Month

Did you know? June is Men’s Health Month, a national observance used to raise awareness about health care for men and focus on encouraging boys, men and their families to practice and implement healthy living decisions, such as exercising and eating healthy. This is the perfect time to learn more about preventable health problems and […]

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Summer Sun Safety

June is here and summer is around the corner. If you’re in South Florida, however, summer temperatures and activities are already here. Spending time outside without the proper protection raises your skin cancer risk. Here are some reminders on how to protect your skin from the sun. While protection from UV rays is important all […]

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