3 Reasons To Invest In Dementia-Friendly Certification For Your Business

Posted on: 17 April 2020
Hospitals and nursing homes are not the only businesses that should know how to meet the special needs of people who suffer from dementia. Every business can invest in certification to become dementia-friendly whether it's a grocery store, a clothing outlet, or a restaurant. If your business hasn't yet become dementia-friendly, there has never been a better time to consider doing so. Here are just a few reasons why: Create a Reliable Reputation
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3 Helpful Tips When Choosing a Pill Organizer Kit for Prescription Medication

Posted on: 22 October 2019
If you have to take a bunch of medication throughout the week, it can be time-consuming taking pills out of each bottle. Instead, you're better off looking for a pill organizer kit. Choosing one will be easy too if you utilize these selection tips.  Look for a Clear Design When you put pills in one of these organizer kits, it's ideal that you're able to see through. You can then make sure you're grabbing the right pills before opening up the lid.
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Been In A Car Accident? Two Tips To Help You Find A Good Lawyer

Posted on: 22 October 2019
A car accident can change the course of your life in a matter of seconds. In a single instant, you move from the timeline of happily heading to work to one where you are being transported in an ambulance on your way to the hospital and an unexpected fate. Once the smoke has cleared and you're working toward recovery, you realize that you're going to need a lawyer. The only problem is that you've never been in this kind of situation so you don't really know where to turn.
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Preparing Your Lesson Plans For The New Year? 4 Reasons You Should Have Sensory Toys In Your Classroom

Posted on: 9 September 2019
If you're a teacher, you owe it to yourself – and your students – to maintain a collection of sensory toys in your classroom. You may be thinking that sensory toys are only necessary when you're working with special needs students, but that's not the case. Sensory toys can actually help all your students stay focused and ready to learn. Here are just four of the reasons you need to have sensory toys in the classroom.
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