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Sectioned

Sin has left the building, sectioned under the mental health act and taken off to whichever hospital had a bed on the day. I imagine this is just what she wanted, after constantly calling herself ambulances and waiting outside Cable House with a suitcase for hours on end; she’s been building up to something and it wasn’t a suicide attempt. 733 more words

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Methods to Relieve Back Pain

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According to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke, back pain is the second most common neurological ailment in the United States. 115 more words

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Three Reason's To Purchase a Power Wheelchair

3 Reason’s To Buy a Power Wheelchair

Power mobility gives people with disabilities a freedom to move within their own homes and communities. It maximizes their independence by allowing them to do a lot more on their own without the help of an aid or loved one. 216 more words

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Hospital Beds, a sampling

They’re functional, medical, yet highly emotive, and are being used by artists.

Jean Michel Bruyère’s ‘Le Chemin de Damastès’ currently in an exhibition called ‘ROBOTIC ART’, designed and produced by the Cité des sciences et de l’industrie in Paris, in collaboration with Epidemic. 179 more words

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Central Bank to impose limits on home loans

  • Regulator said to be preparing to publish a consultation paper on its proposals

  

The Central Bank plans to impose limits for the first time on how much banks can lend home buyers as property values in Ireland soar, two people with knowledge of the matter said. 1,793 more words

Focus group feedback to 'Reassembled...' (Sept 14)

The development of Reassembled, Slightly Askew continues, with one more focus group held this month, in the same format as the one held in May… 438 more words

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3 Tips for Increasing Independence for Your Elderly Loved One

  1. Schedules/Reminders: Forgetfulness is a common symptom of elderly individuals, but it doesn’t have to mean that they need full time care. Try helping them to organize their life, by writing down medication schedules, and assisting with their calendar.
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