“How do I know I am making the right decisions when it comes to my family’s care?”
For new mothers, it is easy to find yourself being overwhelmed. From dealing with changes to your own body, to shifting focus to the needs of your baby, everything can feel overpowering at once. While enjoying life with the newest addition to the family, mothers tend to forget about their own well-being.
Since 1902, Visiting Nurse Association of Ohio has provided community health services to individuals recovering from illness, injury, or surgery in their homes. Today, the organization serves thousands of patients and families throughout more than 30 counties in the state.
Since 1917, Occupational Therapists have provided customized interventions designed to meet the specific goals of every individual. This April, the country celebrates the 35th annual Occupational Therapy Month and the importance of services for those regaining their ability to maintain safe and independent living.
When an aging loved one is admitted into the hospital or a nursing facility, it is important that everyone is prepared for the decisions that lie ahead. If your loved one has prepared the essential legal documents, the time can be spent together rather than worrying.