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Three things you should know this week

Articles, commentary, research, and more from the past week:

Study takes on “Dying in America”
With its new report, Dying in America, the Institute of Medicine hopes to start a conversation that could lead to improvements in end-of-life planning and care. 197 more words

Senior Care

New Product Videos

Stop by our website and check out our new Product Videos! The videos will explain how the product works, as well as showing the durability of some of our products. 31 more words

Behavioral Health

September Associate of the Month - Jerome Estes

Congratulations to our September Associate of the Month, Jerome Estes of the Behavioral Health Department.

Jerome is great at providing clinical support to other departments within the hospital, and truly embraces the concept of the team approach in providing the best care possible for the patient, whether it’s through the ability to collaborate with others to determine the optimal outcome for the patient, or through researching the latest information available on a particular medication. 38 more words


A Story For My Children

I hate to talk about it, it still hurts.
Why didn’t I tell the doctor about it?
Here we were sitting in the waiting are of the behavioral health office. 509 more words

Down the rabbit hole...

I will admit to being a person who has always tried my best to appear strong.

The kind of person who makes things look effortless with a witty comment for everything. 597 more words


Youth Suicide Prevention: Information that Can Help Save a Life

by Sara Jackson, LCSW
Center for Safe & Healthy Families

Youth suicide has unfortunately become a pressing matter in the past few years. With the increased stresses that youth face, some consider suicide because they simply do not know how to ease their pain. 368 more words

Children's Safety

Our New Life

What’s new?

Well, we made it to Maine. We have officially settled in. And now? We are trying to make progress. I am happy to say that I was offered a dual position with Providence Services of Maine, working as a Behavior Analyst Technician/Behavioral Health Professional. 349 more words