Monthly Archives: April 2017

  • Why People With Autism Should Have A Medical Alert Bracelet

    Health problems associated with autism

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    Difficulty communicating is one of the most common side effects of autism, with some people remaining mute throughout their entire lives.

    To compensate for the inability to speak, a medical alert bracelet is a valuable tool.

    When people think of this kind of bracelet, they might jump to the conclusion that the only folks who wear them are elderly or diabetic.

    Although those are very common reasons to wear a medical alert bracelet, that idea is a completely false one.

    The benefits of wearing one of these bracelets are countless, and people with all kinds of conditions use them every day.

    Let's discover some more reasons to wear a medical alert bracelet.

    There is a long list of health issues that autism can cause. Every person who suffers from autism is a unique case, so there is no one-size-fits-all approach to treating it.

    We have always believed that

    Medical bracelets are a day-to-day form of protection for autistic people who suffer from some of these conditions: Continue reading

  • Don't forget to thank a nurse!

    nurseblog-webWe love nurses. Everyone’s life is touched by a nurse at some point, from helping usher new family members into the world to caring for us in our time of need. This is why we want to encourage everyone to thank a nurse in honor of National Nurses Week (May 6th -12th).

     

    It seems like it would be easy to get official recognition for a holiday to celebrate and appreciate nurses, after all, they work tirelessly to improve the lives those in need. But it took nearly 20 years from the first proposal in 1953 to February of 1974 when President Nixon issued a proclamation making National Nurse week official. Continue reading

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