Archive for July, 2013

Some Strategies For Managing Anxiety Without Medical Assistance

[ 0 ] July 26, 2013 |
Some Strategies For Managing Anxiety Without Medical Assistance

It is in our nature to protect ourself from harm and to seek comfort, stability and security. Anything that tends to threaten these areas will set off a chain of emotional reactions and in some cases, feelings of anxiety can begin to manifest. Anxiety can be defined in a simple manner as being when a […]

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Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and Autism During Times Of Change

[ 0 ] July 19, 2013 |
Supporting People with Learning Disabilities and Autism During Times Of Change

Many people find change difficult, with surveys showing that moving house is one of the most stressful life experiences for many. However, for people with learning disabilities and autism, change can be particularly stressful. Stressful changes that people with such disabilities can face will include moving from children’s to adult services, moving to a new […]

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An Argument Against Preventative Health Care For the Elderly

[ 0 ] July 12, 2013 |
An Argument Against Preventative Health Care For the Elderly

The goal of preventive health care is to delay potential diseases and illnesses in order to prevent premature death. However, the theory of prevention does not address many aspects related to health care for adults whose lifespans have exceeded the average. In recent years, numerous concerns have arisen regarding health care and aging. Preventive interventions […]

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