Senior Care of Midland, Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Facility Our gorgeous Midland location is nestled in the upscale neighborhood of North Midkiff. Ou...
How IBM Watson Could Help Identify Patients for Home Care
IBM’s Watson gained fame for beating human Jeopardy! champions at the game, but the cognitive computing platform also could have some winning answers for the U.S. health care system—which cou…
What Does Nursing Mean to Home Care Assistance Nurses?
In light of it being National Nurses Week, we wanted to spend some time listening to the wisdom and experiences of the amazing nurses in our company. Deanne Belcher, who has been in the home care industry for over 30 … Continue reading →
Memory Care: Assisted Living & Long Term Care for Memory Loss
Memory care facilities provide long term care for memory loss patients. See tips for when assisted living is needed & how to pay for a residential care facility.
Join me for my Upcoming Webinars!
Non-Profit Success seeks to empower and motivate passionate professionals-who are dedicated to making a positive impact on our community. We equip our members with the tools and supports needed to start and sustain a successful non-profit organization from concept to implementation. You have been cordially invited to participate in my webinars on Non-Profit Leadership. A schedule of our webinars are listed below. Our topics will include: non-profit start-up, how to start and operate a residential program, non-profit funding and compliance. At Non-Profit Success we help make your dreams of helping others become a successful reality! And Only Succeeds With a Plan!
Frozen Shoulder: How can Physical Therapy Help Loosen the Joint?
Are you dealing with a pain in your shoulder during the day and at night? Are you noticing stiffness and decreased motion in your shoulder, making it difficult to perform your daily tasks? There is a chance you may have Adhesive Capsulitis, also known as Frozen Shoulder. Adhesive capsulitis commonly affects women more than men and it usually occurs between the ages of 40-70 years old. There is no known cause why people develop frozen shoulder, but studies show that those with diabetes, stroke, or Parkinson’s may be at a higher risk. It also tends to develop in those that have had an injury to the shoulder, or during periods of immobilization. The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint. It is made up of three bones, the humerus, scapula (shoulder), and clavicle (collar bone)…