Accidents Happen: A Guide to Children's Emergencies
When a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness, it can be an overwhelming and emotional time for both the patient and their family members. Making the decision to start hospice care is never easy, but it’s important to consider all of the options available to ensure that your loved one receives the best care possible. One option that many families consider is in-home hospice care. In this blog post, we’ll explore the benefits of in-home hospice care and why it might be the right choice for your family.
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One of the things I learned when I had children was that accidents can happen at any time. Unfortunately, my children's pediatrician was not always available when those accidents did happen. I had to learn what was considered an emergency and what could wait until the doctor's office was open. Knowing the difference and what to do in non-emergency situations can be confusing. That is why I created this blog. I wanted to provide other parents with a guide that helps them to understand when it is time to head for urgent care or the hospital and when injuries could be treated at home.