Elisa A. FerrellHuntsville City Schools Presidentand Board Representative District 3 Back in the day, when all my children were still living at home, I had four boys and one girl all under one roof. Over the years I have seen more than my fair share of Disney movies, PBS Kids, Nickelodeon, Cartoon Network, superhero movies … Continue reading To Boldly Go
By Jennie Robinson, Huntsville City Council Representative District 3 The Sandra Moon Community Complex on Bailey Cove is coming to life! Formerly the site of the old Grissom High School, it is taking on a new look. In addition to a new main entry road, the North Entrance to the Community Center building has been … Continue reading What’s Happening at The Moon?
By Richard Reynolds, M.Div., M.Ed., Ed.S. Executive. Director & Principal at Huntsville Achievement School AT&T has started an ad campaign that states for one to not just settle for “ok.” The ads are humorous and eye catching to prove the point that "just ok is not ok." We settle in many areas of life for okay and … Continue reading Is Okay Enough?
By Unity Psychiatric Care Huntsville Caring for someone with Alzheimer’s disease can feel like you’re never in control, especially when a loved one’s behavior becomes erratic and unmanageable. Jane’s family knows this all too well. Jane (whose name was changed to protect her privacy) suffers from Alzheimer’s disease and had moved in with her son … Continue reading Psychiatric Hospital Helps Family Caregivers Manage Alzheimer’s Disease
By Jake Wilson, MD Premium Family Care Unfortunately, the Coronavirus still presents a challenge to our health and society. With no vaccine and no effective treatment, the most important tools in our arsenal continue to be social distancing and face masks. Judging from what I have encountered in my medical practice there still appears to … Continue reading The Truth About Masks