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Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates in Norwalk CT: Active Aging

Active Aging May Help Speed Up Recovery

By Syd Kain | Aug 11, 2017

Stephen never really thought much about the prospect of having a heart attack. At 72 he was in relatively good health. He had just visited his doctor for an annual checkup and was given a clean bill of health. “You have the health of a 50-year-old,” his doctor said with a smile. That made Stephen…

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Reducing Hospital Readmission Rates in Norwalk CT: Safety

Safety Risks a Loved One Could Face After a Hospital Stay

By Syd Kain | Mar 7, 2017

Your mother was recently hospitalized. As she is being set for discharge, the doctor has recommended she rely on proper support and care when she returns home. You live relatively close so you’ve decided to take care of her yourself. It’s noble, but is that the best thing for her? Are you thinking about hospital…

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Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates

Take Care of Yourself First, then the Senior Who Needs Help during Recovery

By Jay Kiley | Jan 18, 2017

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Fairfield CT: It’s important for you to take care of yourself, to put your own oxygen mask on, so to speak, before worrying about your senior loved one’s particular needs.

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Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Norwalk CT

3 Reasons Every Senior Should Consider the Flu Vaccine, Even If They’re Not Dealing with a Recovery

By Dennis Patouhas | Nov 8, 2016

Reduce Hospital Readmission Rates in Norwalk CT: Having to recover from any type of physical ailment, health emergency, or some other reason to be hospitalized can take quite a bit of time. As people get older, the recovery process may become more complicated and it might take longer.

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