Since 2004, our nation has recognized the month of September as “Emergency Preparedness Month.” The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) encourage the public to take time this month to prepare ourselves … [Read more...] about September is Emergency Preparedness Month
In between the BBQs and the boating, take a little bit of time to read about the history of Labor Day – how it came into being, what we are celebrating, and The first observance of Labor Day most … [Read more...] about For the Love of Labor
Whether you are afraid of dogs or a true dog-lover, occasionally, dogs may attack or bite. Whether the cause is a perception of threat, an injured animal or poor training, the importance of knowing … [Read more...] about Once Bitten, Twice Shy
As the summer draws to a close and parents and children alike become eager to get “back-to-school,” here is a handy checklist to make sure that your child’s transition back to the classroom is … [Read more...] about Back to School Rules!
This is the second in a two-part series about nursing home neglect and what you should look for in order to protect your loved ones. Last week, we detailed the categories that most cases of nursing … [Read more...] about Protecting the Vulnerable (Part II)
It’s both heartbreaking and maddening when the most vulnerable in our society are abused, neglected, or harmed in any way. We like to believe that in our great country, we take care of the elderly in … [Read more...] about Protecting the Vulnerable