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Lawson Turns One
Published March 26, 2018
Lawson’s first year of life has been a difficult one. Born at 26 weeks in March of 2017, Lawson was in the hospital for 300 days before he came home. He was born one pound and eleven ounces, with a congenital heart disease and respiratory issues. He…
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How a Feeding Tube Changed My Life
Published March 8, 2018
By Jordan Robison MS, RDN, LD When I tell people that I have a feeding tube, most of the time I get looks of disbelief. They don’t see how an active 24-year-old woman like myself, could be dealing with something that sounds so terrifying. Sometime…
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Five Practical Ways to Take Care of You
Published Feb. 5, 2018
After years spent as an active field nurse, a nurse supervisor, a clinical leader, and a mom, Aveanna Clinical Operations Specialist Jacqueline Holland knows just how hard it can be to find realistic ways to take care of yourself. Jacque has manage…
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Beth's Four Steps to Self-Care
Published Jan. 26, 2018
It is no secret that nurses struggle to practice self-care. They are so dedicated to taking care of everyone else, so driven to nurture and heal others, that all too often they neglect their own health. This neglect may not always have dramatic effe…
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A Mom’s Reflections on Caregiver Burnout
Published Jan. 17, 2018
“Any mom I meet, I encourage her to be selfish.” This statement comes from Marisa, an Aveanna mom whose daughter, Brylee, was born with nemaline myopathy. After Brylee’s birth, Marisa dedicated her entire life to her daughter’s care. For the first …
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