Is A Continuing Care Community A Good Option For Your Loved One?
27 November 2014
A Continuing Care Community, or CCC, is a fairly new living option with a lot of appeal for those with family members who need assistance with day-to-day tasks. These facilities offer a variety of living options that range from a single campus to residential units for older people who are still active. Some CCCs offer special accommodations for patients who need Alzheimer's care. It important to understand the potential benefits for your loved one when deciding whether this option is right for their needs.
How To Overcome Dental Anxiety: What You Need To Know
26 November 2014
Many people around the country suffer from the same affliction. They have an absolute abject fear of going to the dentist. Even if it is a basic cleaning appointment, they simply cannot handle the prospect and therefore avoid treatment altogether. If you are among these people who suffer from a phobia of going to the dentist, you may be doing untold damage to your teeth and gums. Dental care is of vital importance to your overall health.
Five Ways To Help Keep Your Daughter Safe From Cheerleading Injuries
25 November 2014
When your child gets involved in cheerleading, you may think that she's at lower risk for injury than if she played a contact sport. But that's not necessarily true. Cheerleading is responsible for more catastrophic injuries for female athletes over the past 25 years than any other sport.
Cheerleading has plenty of advantages, of course. Participants learn about teamwork, fitness, and discipline, which can serve them well throughout their lives. But as a parent, you'll want to make sure your child is safe by following these five tips:
What To Consider In Your Financial Planning: Don't Forget The Details
24 November 2014
When it comes to planning your finances, you may be at a loss as to where to start. After all, you are young and just starting out in the world, just getting yourself established in your career and finally getting away from living paycheck to paycheck. Now that you have extra cash on your hands, you can start your official financial planning. You may think that you should just sock you extra money away in a standard savings account.