A NEW RESEARCH and data project will examine the lives of children in care and adults in care as children, the Minister for Children and Equality has announced. Roderic O’Gorman said the research will be “the most thorough and comprehensive examination of Ireland’s alternative care system ever undertaken”. The minister …Read More »
As Jim Curtis roams the ground of Tahoma National Cemetery, visiting the grave of an old Marine Corps friend, a helicopter hovers overhead. Curtis, who suffers from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), said the noise is similar to the sounds of helicopters that frequently fly over his North Bend home – …Read More »
The Biologics Wound Care Products Market is Estimated to Surpass US$2.3 Billion with a CACR of 6.9% Over the Forecast Period by 2028 | Smith & Nephew Plc., Organogenesis, Inc.
Biologics for wound care are advanced bio-engineered products used for non-recoverable lower limit wounds. The demand for biologic wound care products is expected to completely increase as early diabetic ulcer intercession can prevent serious complexities such as illness, hospitalization and removal. The market for biologic wound care products is expected …Read More »
North Carolina Demonstrates and Lends a Toothbrush Pillow to Residents with Independent Living Disabilities
AMERICAN BUSINESSMAN AND INVENTOR ANTHEM PLEASANT SUPPLIES TOOTHBRUSH CUSHION TO NORTH CAROLINA STATE ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGY PROGRAM RALEIGH, North Carolina, USA, January 24, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In North Carolina, Tar Heel State, acquiring the right equipment, technology, and tools to increase, maintain, or improve the functional abilities of people with disabilities …Read More »
Shortage of providers triggers care access crisis for Utahns with disabilities / Public News Service
Advocates say Utah lacks skilled workers to provide home and community services for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Lawmakers at the state and federal levels are debating measures to increase funding for public and private health care providers, but no action has been taken. Utah lawmakers heard a report …Read More »
1,100 Australian aged care homes are on lockdown due to COVID. What have we learned from deaths in care?
Australia’s aged care homes are devastated by the current wave of COVID infections, with more than 1,100 households affecting more than 7,000 residents and staff. Fear of epidemics has caused other homes to close, and their residents are suffering the severe physical and psychological effects of isolation and, at times, …Read More »
Retirement homes and assisted living facilities are not the only option for people in need of long-term care. For people who cannot age in place but want to live in a smaller, more affordable place than an assisted living facility, there are adult family homes, a home run by a …Read More »
MP Brittany Lauga at the North Rockhampton Nursing Centre. Brittany joined the Care Army on April 1, 2020. NOTICE with MP for Keppel Brittany Lauga Now, more than ever, our community in central Queensland relies on the military. In this case, it’s the Care Army where volunteers are once again …Read More »
Current recommendations for migraine care do not reflect recent advances in the scientific understanding of migraine disease. The National Headache Foundation (NHF) has released new migraine care recommendations that challenge health insurance payers for unequal treatment of migraine patients. “Current models of care have not kept pace with the many …Read More »
A Leeds employment tribunal has ruled that a care home assistant disobeyed a legal instruction from management by refusing to be vaccinated against COVID-19 and, as a result, was fairly dismissed. Facts The employer operated a retirement home providing residential care for people with dementia. In December 2020, the government …Read More »