As a parent, helping your child learn at home can be a challenge. If you’re new to homeschooling and just settling into a new role as your child’s teacher, or just trying to help them with schoolwork, you may feel pressured to ensure your child gets the most out of their time learning at home. … Continue reading 7 ways to encourage your child’s learning
The Medicare Annual Wellness Visit (AWV) is an effective health benefit for keeping the senior population healthy as they age. A Medicare Annual Wellness Visit is free of charge for people with Medicare Part B and is a great way for you to connect with your primary care physician. Completing your Medicare Annual Wellness Visit … Continue reading How to make the most of your Medicare Annual Wellness Visit
This blog post is the fourth in the Supply, Demand and Medicine series on health care reform. If you received your childhood education in America, chances are you spent much of your youth under the watchful eye of a homeroom teacher. You may have passed through many other classrooms with many other teachers, but your homeroom teacher was … Continue reading Doesn’t Your Health Deserve a Home?
When a loved one is diagnosed with dementia, the patient’s caregiver may feel overwhelmed with “what if’s” and the burden of accomplishing daily activities with someone losing their memory. But thanks to Alan B. Stevens, Ph.D., and the Scott & White Caregiver Program, these men and women, who sacrifice their time to care for another, … Continue reading Caregivers of dementia patients get a hand up with new program