Helping Your Loved One Settle Into An Assisted Living Facility
19 February 2015
Moving into an assisted living facility can be a huge change for anyone. Most people who enter assisted living are elderly, disabled, or both. It can be especially difficult for someone to transition into a new lifestyle when they have already spent many decades in the old one. Assisted living facilities are there to give your loved one the physical and emotional help they need as they age. While this does require relocation, it doesn't mean that the new environment has to be an alien one.
Three Questions To Answer Before Going For Hip Replacement Surgery
18 February 2015
If your hip joint is painful, stiff, and cannot accommodate your normal movements such as climbing stairs, then you may be a good candidate for hip replacement surgery. It involves removing your affected joint and replacing it with an artificial one (usually metal and plastic). Here are three things to do before going for the surgery:
Consider All the Alternatives
Hip replacement isn't the only option for dealing with pain in this joint.
How To Spot Autism Symptoms In Your Infant And/Or Young Child And How To Treat Them
15 October 2014
Determining whether or not your infant or child has autism can be a difficult task. However, there are certain behaviors that you can look for to indicate that they may suffer from this disorder. While these are just symptoms, and not actually a diagnosis, they are still helpful to get you on the right track for a diagnosis. This article will talk about how you can spot certain symptoms of autism spectrum disorders, and how you can proceed with treatment if your child is diagnosed with autism.