The Role Of Service Animals
15 December 2016
Service dogs are not an uncommon sight. They often can be seen walking next to a person with a disability who might require some extra help. The most commonly seen service animals are dogs that help people who are seeing or hearing impaired, but a variety of animals can be trained to assist people who have a variety of conditions.
A Short History of Service Animals in the US
In the US, dogs were first trained to help people with visual impairments in the late 1920s, though there were documented cases of service dogs as early as the mid-1700s in Paris.
Cataract Surgery Preparation And Recovery Guide
9 December 2016
Cataracts occur when the lens of your eye begins to cloud up. Your vision gradually dims if steps aren't taken to correct the issue. Fortunately, most cataracts can be corrected with simple, laser cataract surgery. The following guide can help you know what to expect so you can prepare appropriately.
How many appointments can you expect?
In the weeks leading up to surgery, you will have at least one appointment with the doctor so they can measure the shape and size of your eye.
How To Afford Doctor Appointments Without Medical Insurance
29 November 2016
If you currently find yourself in a position where you do not have any major medical insurance for the time being, you may want to learn how you can still get treatment without going broke. This way, you will not have to worry about refraining from seeking medical care while you are waiting to obtain a new medical insurance plan.
Look For Charity Medical Facilities
You may need to get a referral from a church or a local charity, but there is a good chance that there are some medical and dental offices nearby that can assist you without charging you a lot of money.
Why You Should Attend A Funeral, Even If Doing So Is Difficult
8 November 2016
People respond to the death of someone they care about in a variety of ways. For some people, attending the funeral is a must. Yet, for other people, attending the funeral may seem like an insurmountable challenge. If you find yourself among the latter group, you may have some perfectly good reasons for wanting to skip the service. For example, perhaps you don't like the thought of being emotional in front of other people, and you expect that you'd cry at the service.