Hi there! Welcome to my blog. My name is Debbie and I am a housewife from Alice Springs, Australia. I love the life I have here with my wonderful husband and our four kids. It all started about a year ago when I realised that I couldn't read the label on a jar of food I was trying to open. I asked my husband if there was a problem with the way the label had been printed but he said he could read it just fine. He booked me an appointment at Vision2000Kota and they carried out some test to rule out any serious problems. Thankfully, I just needed to start wearing glasses. I hope you enjoy my health and medical blog.
18 September 2018
Juggling a job with caring for a parent with dementia is hard. There will be times during the day when you can't be there and can't know what your parent is up to. Even if you have care givers coming in regularly while you're at work, and your parent generally copes well alone, then there may be times when your parent wanders off, and you don't know where they are.
23 June 2016
When someone you know dies, you may be asked to write their obituary. But what is an obituary and how do you go about writing one? Read on for some helpful tips. What is an obituary? An obituary is an announcement of someone's death that is published in a newspaper or on a newspaper's website. The piece will contain some information about the deceased's life, together with information about their funeral service and arrangements.
24 May 2016
Intimacy is a brick in the foundation of a good relationship and ensures the health and well being of each partner. Many couples tend to find that intimacy fades in their relationship as time goes on. This is because all relationships need work. If you're not constantly putting in work in your relationship, this foundation will crumble. If you and your partner crave more intimacy, relationship counselling can really help. Both you and your partner will learn exercises that build intimacy.
23 May 2016
There are some misconceptions in the in-home health care regarding granny flats. Some of these misconceptions deal with how much care the family member will need and exactly what the granny flat could offer them overall. Before you buy or build a granny flat, you should consider the misconceptions and the truth behind them in order to understand the full benefits for your particular situation. Here are a few of those misconceptions.