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April is Occupational Therapy Month

April 2022 | From our Desks

  Occupational therapy is a familiar term, especially for those who have suffered severe injuries or illnesses that affected motor…

Celebrating Black History Month

February 2022 | From our Desks

February is Black History Month. All month long, we will be celebrating the life, achievements, and accomplishments of notable African…

Diagnosing and Treating Cataracts

January 2022 | From our Desks

A cataract is a common eye condition where the lens becomes progressively opaque, resulting in blurred vision. Having a cataract…

Hand Hygiene is an Important Step in Everyone’s Health

January 2022 | From our Desks

During cold and flu season we pay attention to hand sanitation and hygiene, but that attention can slack off in…

Practice Good Hygiene to Combat Sickness

September 2021 | From our Desks

Fall season is upon us and, with cooler weather right around the corner, it’s a great time to enjoy fairs,…

September is Healthy Aging Month

September 2019 | From our Desks

This is the month to celebrate life and turn over a new leaf because September is Healthy Aging Month. We’re…

Don’t Get Burned by the Summer Sun

July 2019 | From our Desks

Ah, summertime. It’s time to enjoy more daylight in the evenings, vegetables fresh from the garden and sunshine. Now, about…

Hand Hygiene is an Important Step in Everyone’s Health

May 2019 | From our Desks

During cold and flu season we pay attention to hand sanitation and hygiene, but that attention can slack off in…

Bring Spring Inside to the Homebound

March 2019 | Article

While the official first day of spring is later this month (March 20), milder temperatures often arrive a few weeks…

Get to Know the Thyroid

January 2019 | Article

A Letter from the Director of Nursing January is Thyroid Awareness Month, set aside to promote the prevention, treatment and…

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