“I think something bit me!” Not sure whether or not to have someone take a look at that insect bite? Emma Mills speaks to Pat Kinman, Nurse Practitioner and Clinic Manager of The Occupational Health Clinic to discuss insect bites, how to treat them at home, when to see a doctor… and when it might...
Adoption is one of the most unselfish acts a birth parent can make for a child when the birth parents, for whatever reasons, are unable to raise the child themselves.
Stacey Kendrick recently spoke with Mohana Karlekar, MD, FACP, Medical Director, Vanderbilt Palliative Care about advance directives.
Keep drugs that are no longer needed out of the medicine cabinet and dispose of them safely.
Big Brothers Big Sisters Volunteer Program for Seniors Stacey Bonner from the Child & Family Center spoke with Rochelle Fuller, RSVP Coordinator for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Cheatham County and Judy Gilmore, a mentor for Big Brothers Big Sisters about the Retired and Senior Volunteer Program.
Learn how to prevent caregiver burnout and find resources to assist you in that role.
As parents age, it is important for the whole family to discuss financial issues, health needs, and other important lifestyle decisions. While these can be difficult conversations to have, it is important to pro-actively make plans before a crisis necessitates action.
If you're new to caregiving, this checklist can help you learn more about how to cope with the new responsibilities you have.
Communication to Enrich Your Relationships – Part 2 Ralph Topham continues his conversation with Anna Guest-Jelley and Kayti Protos of the Margaret Cunninggim Women’s Center about language within relationships. Our ability to strengthen and enrich our experiences within caring relationships can be developed with better communication. This is part two of a two part series. Listen...
Communication to Enrich Your Relationships – Part I Ralph Topham talks with Anna Guest-Jelley and Kayti Protos of the Margaret Cunninggim Women’s Center about language within relationships. Our ability to strengthen and enrich our experiences within caring relationships can be developed with better communication. This is part one of a two part series.