by Leah Jennings
Growing up, mental health was something we did not discuss in our household. In so many words — or a lack of words altogether — I learned seeking help for your mental health state was a sign of weakness, that it was for people who had too much time on their hands and that it was [...] [read more...]
Please join us on Saturday, July 12th from 9 a.m. – 2 p.m. for a FREE Community Health Fair! We will be in the gym behind Connection Pointe Church, 3016 Nolensville Pike. Check out the flyer below for more information.
Haga clic aquí para ver el cartel del evento en Español.
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By Leah Jennings
With work, our kids’ schedules and everything in between, sometimes the last people we think about are ourselves (have you seen your hair lately?) and the men in our lives. Thank goodness for reminders like Men’s Health Month in June to help us pause and re-calibrate our focus on some of the most important people to us: [...] [read more...]
by Kaelan Hollon and Marlene Sanders
When it comes to household safety, most people think about checking the smoke detectors or electrical outlets. Few people think about prescription and over-the-counter medications, but taking, storing and disposing of your medicines safely are important parts of keeping your home safe.
Prescription medications, when used correctly, are critical to improving and extending patient health. [...] [read more...]
by A. Pablo Juárez, M.Ed., BCBA
I met Carlos* for the first time during lunch at his high school. He approached directly, introduced himself, and asked what I brought to eat. This sounds like standard introductory behavior, right? Here is why it was not.
Carlos walks quite fast – almost runs, and he leans forward as he walks in a way that [...] [read more...]