If you have a loved one in a nursing home, you trust the home to care for your mom, dad, or grandparent. However, not all nursing homes take good care
A Comprehensive Guide to Filing a Claim for Nursing Home Abuse People go to nursing homes to receive quality care and treatment. However, some facilities abuse, neglect, and mistreat their
Wait, What? My Grandchild Is At Risk? What do you do when your grandchild needs your help? BY LISA HOLLIDAY You notice things, you are a parent too and you know something
Do You Know About Emotional Survival? BY JACK LEVINE When we think of physical survival, we all understand that nutrition, health, activity, safety, and shelter are basic needs. As for
Opioid abuse: signs and symptoms – a hard pill to swallow BY TARA YOMBOR Identifying the signs of opioid abuse may be difficult as typically the loved one of an
by Sue Gillespie (Grandma Sue) Victim thinking is a learned trait. It usually starts in childhood, but it can easily continue on and become a habit even if there is no
My oldest daughter, Ruth (age 11) and I spent girl time together. We shopped and ate and talked. I wanted the same experience with my middle child, Carolyn (age 10).
April is Child Abuse Prevention Month across the nation. Focusing on prevention is a most noble calling. Learning from mistakes is valuable, but keeping bad things from happening is an