Biometrics and what you should know

Category Archives: Workplace Health

Biometrics and what you should know

My husband hates going to the doctor. I’m pretty sure he would rather change diapers for a month straight before volunteering to get an annual exam.  As a wife, mother, nurse and fan girl of my main squeeze this is concerning. I started to think about how many other people avoid the doctor.  My guess […]

100 Years of OT

This April is an extra special National OT Month as we celebrate 100 years of Occupational Therapy.  We think we have some of the best OTs around!  To celebrate we asked a few of our fabulous Home Health OT’s share how and why they decided to become an OT. Monika Lukasiewicz, OT “The match to the […]

An Avenue to Solve Personal Problems for Employees

Workers today report significant levels of stress, citing low salaries, lack of opportunities for advancement, and heavy workloads as major contributing factors. According to a recent study by the American Psychological Association, two-thirds of adults in the United States say that their work causes them stress, and one-third of respondents cite their work as a […]