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Being Prepared for Recovery at Home  

Being prepared for recovery at home is necessary whether you are returning directly from the hospital or from a rehabilitation facility. Because patients are rarely released at 100% from either facility, there is usually a transition period to get you up to 100%. Therefore it’s good to consider your needs so you will be fully[…]read more

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Packing Checklist – Post Hospital Rehab Stay

As a follow up to last week, we’re providing a Packing Checklist – Post Hospital Rehab Stay to help save you time, and help make move-in/move-out go more smoothly for you or a loved one. Unlike a hospital, a transitional rehabilitation center will expect you to have your own personal items during care because you will be[…]read more

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Your Post-Hospital Rehab Packing List

You made a packing list for camp when you were young. You made a packing list for your European vacation. You pre-packed a bag when you were pregnant for that spur of the moment trip to the hospital. Now that you’re older, you or a loved one will likely need a post-hospital Rehab packing list.[…]read more

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Healthy Eating Tips for the Week

It’s important to eat healthy when you are caring for someone else. Today, an estimated 65.7 million Americans, or nearly 30 percent of the general population, provide care for an older adult or someone living with illness or disability. (n4a.org/caregivers) That means we have that much more demand on our time. Add to that the emotional[…]read more