By Sheree Jordan, Harbor Chase Huntsville HarborChase of Huntsville, a local assisted living and memory care community, is announcing plans to reopen its doors with some exciting new additions for residents and guests. Later this summer, HarborChase will be rolling out a variety of brand-new dining venues for residents and their loved ones to explore … Continue reading HarborChase of Huntsville to Celebrate its Reopening with New Dining Venues
By Tommy and Gleria Anderson, Owners Tommy and Gleria Anderson are owners of Home Care Assistance of Huntsville Franchise and have been providing service to the senior community since 2017; with a team of trained caregivers who are dedicated to prolonging the quality of life of the elderly. Tommy and Gleria both served in the … Continue reading Home Care Assistance of Huntsville
Learn more about how IASIS Micro Current Neurofeedback can help you by visiting our open house! Reboot Wellness Open HouseAugust 20th 3 pm - 7 pmCome and Go Are you dealing with the stress of life from the chaotic environment around you? Dealing with anxiety or depression or other issues and would like a medicine free alternative … Continue reading Visit Reboot Wellness for an OPEN HOUSE!
By Dawn Tucker, DVMAnimal Emergency and Critical Care Summer is here! This means a dramatic increase in the risk of heat related illness in dogs. With an increase in temperature and humidity, a constant eye is needed, because the onset of heat stress is quick with little to no warning. It is important to know … Continue reading Keeping Your Dog Safe This Summer
By Bev Capps, District Executive Director, Heart of the Valley YMCA The YMCA has worked with Ditto Landing and Operation Green Team for a number of years as part of a YMCA Togetherhood program. The purpose of the Togetherhood Project is to invite YMCA members to activate their social responsibility by participating in the Y's … Continue reading Did You Know?
Ty Oswald is an Army veteran, dad, husband and has PTSD. He is a Huntsville native (Buckhorn High School) and the military was always his calling. “Both of my parents served and I couldn’t see myself doing anything else. He served for 6 years as an OH 58 Avionics and Weapons Systems Specialist. He deployed … Continue reading Following his calling: Meet Ty Oswald
Jennifer L. GreggPh.D., LPC-S, NCCRegistered Play TherapistPlay and Grow Counseling, LLCOften, we think of play as a means of relaxation or relief from working. Having time to play is used as a reward or something your child is allowed to do during free time. ‘You can play AFTER you finish your homework,’ or ‘you can … Continue reading The Effects of Play on Your Child’s Mental Health
By Dr. Donald Klasing, Medical Director, Unity Psychiatric Care at Huntsville Living through this pandemic has caused a lot of stress, anxiety and grief, which has led to a spike in mental health problems. Yet, researchers have discovered something surprising: Older adults generally have had fewer mental health struggles during this period than younger people. … Continue reading Senior’s Mental Health Can Be Harmed by Many Factors
By Kim DillonCertified EPT PractitionerRelief Thru EPT, LLC I thought this topic to be fitting for Mental Health Month, because many of us are going through big changes right now. It seems life has turned the page into a new chapter for many of us. Here are some ways to do well in the midst of … Continue reading Doing Well In the Midst Of Big Change
By Lisa PhillippartLPC NCC, BCPCC, BC-TMH Welcome to Mental Health Awareness Month 2021! This year, the National Alliance on Mental Illness has chosen the campaign theme of, “You are not alone.” In light of the past year and the isolation created by the pandemic, the need to find ways of staying connected has become more … Continue reading Connecting