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Five Unexpected Places Where You Should Put A First Aid Kit

7 November 2017
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If you're like most homeowners, you've already got a good first aid kit in your home so that you can deal with minor cuts, scrapes, and other conditions such as contact dermatitis in a timely fashion. You probably keep it in your kitchen or bathroom and make certain that it's well-stocked and that items are replenished after they are used, and chances are good that you've got a smaller version of your household first aid kit in your vehicle. Read More …

Three Things To Know When It Comes To Insurance And Wheelchair Rentals

2 May 2017
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If you are recovering from a stroke or other type of injury that requires you to rent a wheelchair to help with your mobility, it's important to know what it takes to get this type of medical equipment covered by insurance. Here are three things to know when it comes to insurance and wheelchair rentals. The Wheelchair Is Medically Necessary No matter what kind of insurance you have, even if it's Medicare, they will need to know why you need a wheelchair. Read More …

Tips For Making Your Home More Accessible To Those With Mobility Scooters

4 March 2016
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If you have family members that use mobility scooters, there's a good chance that your current home set-up is not going to be able to accommodate them or their scooters. This could cause a huge problem if they try to visit you for the holidays or for your birthday. In order to avoid alienating these family members, you will need to be certain that your home is more accessible to those with mobility scooters when they come for a visit. Read More …

4 Tips For Breaking In Your Hearing Aids

7 October 2015
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When you first receive new hearing aids (from an outlet such as Bentley Hearing Services), the sound will likely be overwhelming and you will need to work on making some adjustments. You may even need to take your hearing aids into the audiologist with help for adjustment, as well. Here are four tips to help you break in your hearing aids in the best way possible:   Start Off Easy: The first thing you will want to do is get used to the white noise around you. Read More …