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April: National Occupational Therapy Month

Helping Seniors with Independent Living Through Occupational Therapy April is National Occupational Therapy month. Occupational therapy (OT) helps people of all ages maintain, or regain, the skills necessary to perform daily activities. Similar to physical therapy, OT provides countless benefits throughout the body. While Physical therapy focuses on improving pain in one part of the …

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Should Seniors Get The COVID-19 Vaccine?

There has been a lot of controversy regarding the COVID-19 vaccine and whether or not we should get vaccinated. The answer here is very obvious, of course we should get vaccinated! Even if an individual was previously diagnosed with the coronavirus and has developed antibodies, they can get sick with it again. According to recent …

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The Move Towards Normality

Finally! Things are starting to re-open and life is slowly returning to normal. This might be enough for some to ditch their mask and call it a day with social distancing and hand sanitizer. That however, would not be wise. Just because COVID cases are steadily decreasing in some areas, does not mean that we …

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COVID-19 Vaccines: A Comparison

The moment we’ve all been waiting for… the COVID-19 vaccine has finally been released! Even more surprising, not only has one vaccine been approved and released, but rather two. These incredible vaccines go by the names of Moderna and Pfizer-BioNTech. Both have been available to Americans since December and are considered mRNA vaccines. What Are …

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