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In response to changing economy, more families seek home care services for seniors

Home care services for seniors

More and more people are turning to home care services for seniors as an alternative to assisted living.

Kids and cars: 5 things you need to know

Children's car injury attorney La Jolla

By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert Every parent feels the same emotions when leaving the hospital with a newborn. It’s a sense of overwhelming protection and willingness to keep your child safe at all costs. And the feeling never fades as most parents work hard to ensure their child’s safety throughout the years. [...]

Family elder care: identify key points of conflict – and learn how to avoid them

Family elder care

Learn how to avoid conflict when planning family elder care.

Understanding bionic devices, elective amputation, and the future of artificial limbs

San Diego Injury Attorney - Prosthetics

By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert When it comes to prosthetic devices, amputees expect artificial limbs to look good, function well, and perform just as nature would have intended. Now more than ever, amputees are adapting to sophisticated technology called “bionic” devices. These complex prosthetics use a combination of motors, natural-looking skins, and [...]

Defining parents’ role in education for optimal student experience

parents role in education

Defining a parent’s role in education is all about support, involvement, and communication.

Health care for baby boomers poses challenge for families, raises demand for caregivers

Health care for baby boomers

As the population ages, health care for baby boomers will likely fall into the hands of family members and loved ones.

The Sublime Ale House signs a lease at Polo Plaza near Del Mar, Solana Beach and Rancho Santa Fe

Sublime Ale House has signed a 10-year lease to take over the location formerly occupied by Tommy V’s restaurant, located at 3702 Via De La Valle, 92014.

7 Tips to Safer Winter Driving in San Diego

winter driving car accidents in San Diego

By Michael Pines, Accident & Injury Prevention Expert San Diego’s rainy season persists from late January through March with February being the rainiest of all the winter months. With perpetual downpours closely on our heels, now is the time to get your vehicle ready for San Diego County’s wettest month. 7 Tips to Safer Winter [...]

Encouraging values through action with community service for high school students

Community service for high school students

Community service for high school students teaches young people civic responsibility and respect.

San Diego elder care: dealing with displacement in the wake of natural disaster or trauma

San Diego elder care

San Diego elder care managers must remember the anxiety that can come with displacement and trauma, and work to help seniors recover in the wake of accidents and natural disasters.

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