By: Katherine Collier and Nicole HardyHomeCarePreneursCompassionate Friends Care, LLC Who are we? We are Katherine Collier and Nicole Hardy, the two proud owners of Compassionate Friends Care LLC. We’ve been friends for more than 20 years and we think of one another as sisters. Combined we have over 30 years of direct elderly care. We … Continue reading Serve First
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Can You Be F.A.S.T.E.R. this May?
By Kelly EichelbergerOTR/L Owner /TherapistMagnolia Neuro RehabEvery May, the United States observes National Stroke Awareness Month. It’s a great time to brush up on general knowledge, what you can do to prevent stroke, and some ways to plan for action should you ever experience or witness signs and symptoms of stroke.Types of StrokesThere are two … Continue reading Can You Be F.A.S.T.E.R. this May?
Rocket City Remediation
By Austin ManhartOwnerRocket City RemediationMy name is Austin Manhart, owner and operator of Rocket City Remediation LLC. We are a small Veteran owned business local to Alabama. Rocket City Remediation LLC is a licensed and insured business. We pride ourselves by being the highest rated business of this kind on Angi, Google, Yelp and HomeAdvisor. … Continue reading Rocket City Remediation
The Science of CBD
By Madilyn TuckerSunmed HuntsvilleIn recent years, CBD has quickly emerged as a defining industry in the health and wellness field. According to statistics by CFAH, 26% of American adults are now using CBD, up from just 6% in 2018.While CBD interest is climbing, so is its confusion. The general public still has many questions surrounding … Continue reading The Science of CBD
Spring Cleaning Time Is Here
By Mykhala Chatman-NashBBC Sanitizing Spring is coming! It is time to open windows, say goodbye to dust bunnies and clean up any lingering holiday clutter. Let us not forget the bittersweet parting of our uninvited tenants & their cobweb homes. Yes! I am talking about Spring Cleaning. Ironically, this time of year can evoke a … Continue reading Spring Cleaning Time Is Here
How to Successfully Age-In-Place
By Kelley Pacillo OTR/L ECHM andKelly Eichelberger OTR/L Owners /TherapistsMagnolia Neuro Rehab “Aging-In-Place” has become a keyword for safely staying in one’s own home as we get older. According to a survey published by AARP, 76% of adults aged 50 and older want to remain in their current homes as they age. This can be done successfully … Continue reading How to Successfully Age-In-Place
HarborChase of Huntsville is a Surprisingly Vibrant Community
By Kristen Warren Director of MediaHarborChase of Huntsville Ask friends and family if they want to dine out at a senior living community or attend special events and classes on any given day, and they might politely decline. HarborChase of Huntsville is turning the tide and the perception of what senior living looks like and … Continue reading HarborChase of Huntsville is a Surprisingly Vibrant Community
The Eyes are the Window to Your Body?
By Dr. Patricia FulmerOwnerLegacy Vision Center Why Annual Comprehensive Eye Exams are So Important We’ve all heard the adage “The eyes are the window to the soul” …but have you ever really stopped to think about what your eyes are saying about you? Sure, they can communicate to the world when you’re happy or sad, … Continue reading The Eyes are the Window to Your Body?
An Introduction to Magnolia Neuro Rehab, A Place Where You Can “Get Back To You” Following A Neurological Diagnosis
By Kelley Pacillo OTR/L ECHM and Kelly Eichelberger OTR/L, Owners/TherapistsMagnolia Neuro Rehab What is Occupational Therapy? Occupational therapy is a science and person-driven therapy that focuses on increasing independence with daily tasks. Occupational therapy can address any deficit that affects your ability to complete a meaningful activity. For example, if you are having arm weakness … Continue reading An Introduction to Magnolia Neuro Rehab, A Place Where You Can “Get Back To You” Following A Neurological Diagnosis
Do You Hear What I Hear?
By Anita Giles MS, CCC-A AudiologistPhysicians Hearing CenterTis the season for celebrations, gatherings of family and friends, music and merriment and all holiday things. It’s a time to renew acquaintances and make new ones. Hearing is the vital sense that allows us to maintain relationships and make connections with family/friends; making it possible to engage, … Continue reading Do You Hear What I Hear?