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Safely Visiting Your Doctor During the Pandemic
Published May 5, 2021
If you need treatment for an illness unrelated to COVID-19, or if you have a preventative health appointment, you might wonder if you can safely visit your doctor’s office during the pandemic. Getting proper medical care is an essential, important …
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Learn to Prevent Falls
Published March 16, 2021
Did you know that 1 out or 5 falls causes a serious injury such as broken bones or a head injury? This is Patient Safety Awareness Week, and just one reason we want to help you prevent your loved one from falling. These tips* from Centers for Diseas…
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Davis and Nurse Meg
Published March 11, 2021
Davis has been with Aveanna for about nine years now. He’s had several nurses work with him over the years, but Davis and Nurse Meg have developed a special bond. They enjoy every day they get to spend together. We asked Davis and Meg what Aveanna m…
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Growing and Thriving with a G-Tube
Published Feb. 18, 2021
Melia was born with a rare genetic disorder called epidermolysis bullosa, which causes frequent blistering of the skin. Melia’s skin may be fragile, but she certainly isn’t! She’s an independent fighter through and through. But even the strongest f…
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Staying Diligent in the Face of COVID-19
Published Sept. 25, 2020
By Beth Rubio, Chief Clinical Officer After seven months of fighting on the front lines of this pandemic, we remain steadfast in our efforts to keep our patient families and employees safe. Much of what we have to say about the virus may seem redund…
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