The Dragon app has a cool new feature that detects when you’re driving and automatically switches to hands-free, eyes-free access. It includes voice notifications that will read back to you things like Facebook status updates, text messages, incoming calls, and upcoming appointments. Users can even use Dragon to update their social media just by speaking the status they’d like to post. Dragon Mobile Assistant is available on Google Play.
For over 25 years we have been dedicated to providing In-Home Care for the disabled and elderly population. Around The Clock Care is dedicated to providing each and every client with a high quality of life. Our professional staff assesses the needs of each client to ensure our services meets their needs while maximizing their physical and mental potential. Around The Clock Care is here to assist you or loved one age in place and maintain that independence in the home as long as possible.
Mercy Hospital of Buffalo is the only hospital in Buffalo certified as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Joint Commission and American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, the highest stroke designation available in the nation. At Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, our physicians and staff with specialty training in the treatment of stroke are dedicated to treating the people in our region. Our Joint Commission certification as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center means that our patients receive:
Medications delivered directly to the brain. Doctors may insert a long, thin tube (catheter) through an artery in your groin and thread it to your brain to deliver tPA directly into the area where the stroke is occurring. This is called intra-arterial thrombolysis. The time window for this treatment is somewhat longer than for intravenous tPA, but is still limited.
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Medford – The Stroke Support Group offers emotional, educational and social support for stroke survivors as well as their family members and caregivers. Individuals are encouraged to attend to receive encouragement from others coping with similar issues. The group meets the third Tuesday of the month (except on holidays) at 1 pm. Meetings are held in the Community Education Room at Aspirus Medford Hospital. For more information, call Aspirus Medford Hospital at 715-748-8100.

India's cultural view of elderly care is similar to that of Nepal's. Parents are typically cared for by their children into old age, most commonly by their sons.[33] In these countries, elderly citizens, especially men, are viewed in very high regard. Traditional values demand honor and respect for older, wiser people.[34] India is facing the same problem as many developing nations in that its elderly population is increasing tremendously, with a current estimate of 90 million over the age of 60.[35] Using data on health and living conditions from the India's 60th National Sample Survey, a study found that almost a quarter of the elderly reported poor health. Reports of poor health were clustered among the poor, single, lower-educated and economically inactive groups.[36]
Best Personal Care is a wonderful facility. I put my father at this facility 10 months ago. The staff at Best Personal Care communicated consistently and helped my father to become independent again. They made sure that he took all his meds and took him to his doctor appointments. They also were very helpful in making sure that he had continuous activities to help keep his mind occupied. I highly recommend Best Personal Care. Arnie and Anglelina are very caring people. My father has been to many other facilities that were not near as proactive with his care. Best Personal Care lives up to their name and made a big difference in helping my father to get better and be able to live independently again.
Our senior living community is conveniently located in the heart of Voorhees in a quiet, country-like setting, complete with scenic pond and garden. The natural environment and wooded backdrop provides the sights and sounds of nature while remaining just minutes from shopping and restaurants, hospitals, and cultural attractions, including public parks, recreational complexes, performing arts venues such as the Voorhees Ballet Theatre, community events, and more.
Mercy Hospital of Buffalo is the only hospital in Buffalo certified as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center by the Joint Commission and American Heart Association/American Stroke Association, the highest stroke designation available in the nation. At Mercy Hospital of Buffalo, our physicians and staff with specialty training in the treatment of stroke are dedicated to treating the people in our region. Our Joint Commission certification as an Advanced Comprehensive Stroke Center means that our patients receive:
Our residents receive personal care and service based on their individual needs and preferences. Regardless of your length of stay, our team of health care professionals will work with you to develop a specific plan of care designed to meet and exceed your recovery goals. We accomplish this by consulting with you and your physician to determine your needs for nursing care and/or rehabilitative services.
Working with a planning professional can help expedite access to Veterans Benefits by expediting the application process. Veterans typically takes at least 9 months and a planner may be able to get it done faster by knowing which forms to use and how to submit a "fully qualified claim". If you currently do not meet the requirements for Veterans because you have too many assets, the planner can also help with that.

The GWTG-Stroke program is a voluntary program created by the American Heart Association and made available to all hospitals in the U.S. in 2003. To receive a PAA from the program, participating hospitals must meet each of seven individual performances measures -- such as prescription of anti-thrombotic medication within 48 hours of admission -- in 85% of hospitalizations for at least 1 year.


Our 24.7 Premium Home Health Care Service provides a safe alternative to institutional living. We provide the exact combination of in-home care you need, up to 24 hours a day, for needs such as medical monitoring, assistance with personal care and chores, care for people with dementia such as Alzheimer’s, and temporary care while recovering from illness, injury or surgery.
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