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Glenn Smith 18 Jun

Short-Term Rehabilitation

Trends in Short-Term Recovery

Key trends in short-term recovery programs.[…]

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Glenn Smith 15 May

Person Centered Care, Long Term Care

The Importance of Person-Centered Care in Senior Care Facilities

Person-centered care looks at the whole senior--not just their weaknesses and their struggles, but their overall quality of life. By choosing a facility that focuses on this type of care, you don't just increase quality of life.[…]

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Glenn Smith 25 Apr

Essential Nutrients Needed for Rehabilitation

Good nutrition is essential for maintaining optimal health, but it's especially critical when recovering from an injury, surgery or a medical problem, such as a heart attack or a stroke that can significantly affect the body.[…]

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Glenn Smith 11 Apr

Person Centered Care, Long Term Care

Selecting a Long-Term Care Facility for Your Loved One

Selecting a long-term care facility is a highly personal decision for each family. You want a facility that is affordable enough to be reasonable on your current budget, and one that is close enough to loved ones to make it easy to drop in and visit. Choosing the right facility for your loved one, however, is a big step--and you want to be sure that you're carefully evaluating the available […]

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Glenn Smith 27 Mar

Person Centered Care, Long Term Care

The Basics of Long-Term Care

Many young, healthy individuals have never had to think about long-term care and what it will mean for them. Unfortunately, as your loved ones’ age, you may find that long-term care is the best option for the entire family. Understanding the basics of long-term care will make it easier to find a facility where your loved one will be able to thrive despite an aging body. […]

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Glenn Smith 08 Mar

Person Centered Care, Importance of Cardiac Care Rehabilitation, Short-Term Rehabilitation

5 Benefits of Cardiac Rehabilitation

After a cardiac procedure or event, like a heart attack, it's time to focus on recovery and adopting a heart-healthy lifestyle to reduce your risk of another episode. Navigating these changes alone can be daunting or, for some, impossible, which is why many people choose a cardiac rehabilitation program. Like the American Heart Association says, "Cardiac rehab doesn't change your past, but […]

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