During Memorial Day weekend, families and friends will get together to celebrate the unofficial start of summer. Whether you head to beaches of Lake Michigan or host a back yard barbecue, it is important to remember to have fun but be safe doing so. Here are a few Memorial Day Safety Tips from our Corporate Compliance Director, Steve […]
Fewer than 1 in 10 people know the simple acronym used to teach stroke warning signs and save lives. Do you? Can you spot a stroke? When it comes to stroke, every second counts. Nearly 2 million brain cells die each minute a stroke remains untreated! This is why rapid access to medical treatment often times
It’s day two for Jami (President and Founder) and Suzie (Corporate Director of Clinical Services) at this year’s Annual Education and Conference Expo hosted by the Michigan Association for Home Care and the Hospice and Palliative Care Association of Michigan. It was quite a full day for the pair, read about it below!
Because every 4 minutes someone dies from a stroke in the U.S, we are encouraging you to recognize you have the power to prevent stroke. Use Life’s Simple 7 tips to help teach your loved ones on healthy lifestyle steps they can take to prevent a stroke.
Members of our leadership team are attending this year’s Annual Education Conference and Expo! This event is jointly hosted by the Michigan Association for Home Care and the Hospice and Palliative Care Association of Michigan. Jami Dobson, President and Founder, and Suzie Pierce, Director of Clinical Services, are spending three days meeting with other professionals in Home
The American Stroke Association states that In the United States, someone has a stroke every 40 seconds. When someone suffers a stroke, the effects can range from vision and speech problems to behavioral changes and paralysis. The extent of the damage done by a stroke depends on the location of the obstructions (such as the left
The reason we celebrate our nurses this week (May 6-12) and the advances the healthcare industry has made all boils down to one individual: Florence Nightingale. Today marks the 196th birthday of the woman known as the founder of modern nursing. Her courageous efforts, passion for assisting those in need, and no nonsense attitude laid
Today our Director of Operations, Jenna Schrumpf, is in Lansing to meet with fellow brain injury advocates and legislative leaders. We invite you to follow along her day in our Capitol Day interactive timeline! [prezi id=”<http://prezi.com/laabkf35ysrl/?utm_campaign=share&utm_medium=copy&rc=ex0share>”]
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