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Without Music, Life Would be Boring

 Ageless Grace:  Brain/Body Fitness with Music  by Dawn Wiggins, RPN,  PAC Certified Independent Consultant, Trainer, and Mentor  Article featured on Teepa Snow\’s Online Journal- July 2019   Quote: “Rhythm and its entertainment of movement, (and often emotion), its power to ‘move’ people, in both senses of the word, may well have had a crucial cultural …

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Fever- Not always present with infection in older adults- What else can we look for as a sign of infection?

Covid-19 has been wreaking havoc on our society for quite a few months now. Things are changing everyday. Hopefully everyone is doing their part to help prevent spreading this further. This virus has brought up a great point about infection signs and symptoms. Therefore, I wanted to share a reminder, for those who knew it …

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Safe Patient Transfers – It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It

Safe Patient Transfers – It’s Not What You Do, It’s How You Do It One of the top occupational hazards for a healthcare professional might surprise you. If you guessed, “what is, broken bones due to ‘sticks and stones’?” then you just lost your turn at Jeopardy. Other than some of the more obvious hazards …

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