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Day care by Jean MacLeod Patient Expert Posted Wed 02 Sep 2009 6:36pm Drop off at day care has been much easier since I stressed he could “discuss it with Dr.***” at our October appointment. Thankfully, he seems to remember that it is the wish of the Doc which I am honoring. When we park, I undo his seat belt and he hesitates just ever so slightly before getting out. Before, he would drop his chin, ask what we a ... Read on »
Alzheimer's Day Care, Bingo, and Dotty in the Morning by Bob DeMarco Patient Expert Posted Thu 05 May 2011 9:53am We usually start our day with a discussion like this one.... By Bob DeMarco Alzheimer's Reading Room I am a strong advocate of Alzheimer's Adult Day Care. It works. However, Dotty has never been in day care. Recently, I had several conversations around this issue with Carole Larkin. Carole feels strongly that Dotty wou ... Read on »
Girl's Day by Lisa Posted Wed 31 May 2006 12:00am Tomorrow Olivia and I are having a "girls day." We're dropping Braeden at day care, then she will come with me for my last hour of "teaching" for the year. After that, we have an appointment to get her hair cut... finally. I have really put it off because I'm so nervous about what it will look like, but it's what she wants. Oh well. It'll g ... Read on »
Adult Day Care Update - - - by Jean MacLeod Patient Expert Posted Sun 31 May 2009 11:40pm Forgot to mention that he is doing  really well “one on one” with day care. The aide takes him walking if he decides “he’s going for a walk”. He likes the physical games but soon as he is not busy, he’s telling them he’ll just go for a walk. I offered to keep him home but I guess the bags under my eyes suggested he attend:)  Actually, they are ... Read on »
The Year in Medicine, from Time by Linda MacDonald Glenn Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth Maven Posted Mon 29 Dec 2008 4:51pm A Synopsis of The Year in Medicine 2008: From A to Z The financial world blew itself up, the political world turned upside down, but in 2008 the world of medicine just kept chugging. In good times and bad, science doesn't sleep, and every year brings breakthroughs, setbacks, reasons for worry and reasons for joy. TIME' s annual alphabetical ro ... Read on »
What do you do with an extra day off? by Bethany H. Posted Mon 20 Apr 2009 11:48pm Why drop the kidlings off at school/day care, crawl back into bed until noon, and then eat at the local greasy spoon diner for a brunch. Or early dinner. Or whatever an 1500 calorie meal called a "garbage plate" can be. It was awesome. Read on »
The Big Day by Lisa Posted Fri 21 Sep 2007 12:00am Yesterday was great! Went off without a hitch. The night before I found out that the time had been moved up to 9:30 instead of 10. Ok. But all went well. Braeden was a nut. He was going crazy. Thank goodness my friend was there to help, and that the GAL had dum dums! :) It was really funny though when everyone kept pronouncing Olivia's o ... Read on »
Autistic Child Left on Hot School Bus - Time for No Child Left Behind to Mean Something by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Sat 10 Jul 2010 1:39am  We have been suffering through a pretty severe heat wave, by our standards, here in Fredericton.  But it has not hit the 103 F(39.4 C) temperature in Richmond, Virginia this past Tuesday, the day an autistic boy with asthma, was found left on a hot locked school bus.   I am absolutely disgusted to read the news in the article Pair ... Read on »
A SUMMER SONG AND PETS ON VACATION.... by Helpful Buckeye Doctor of Veterinary MedicineHealth Maven Posted Sun 29 May 2011 12:00am Memorial Day weekend...signifies a couple of things to most of us.  With the armed forces of the USA deployed in hot spots around the world, it's even more important to remember that Memorial Day was set aside to honor those who have sacrificed themselves for our country.  Beyond that, with Memorial Day weekend coming near the end of ... Read on »
A Lovely Drink by Katie! Medical Student Posted Sat 06 Aug 2011 12:57am In trying to do what I thought best for her, I may have done Caroline a disservice. Colin had a bottle of formula very early in his life, in the hospital on his second night of life, in fact. I don't remember the details - probably better that way - but it was something about him not having made enough urine and needing supplementation or some ... Read on »