Chronic Diseases and Conditions - Video Library
Using Speech Therapy to Treat Dementia PatientsPublished on - July 29, 2019
Imagine not being able to communicate your wants and needs with family, friends or even your caregiver. This happens a lot to people who suffer from dementia. But speech therapy can help. Here’s how…
Introducing the Therapy SystemPublished on - April 2, 2018
A new wound-vac system called SNAP (Smart Negative Pressure) is lightweight and easy to use—an excellent option for at-home wound care.
COPDPublished on - August 31, 2017
Beverly White, Branch Director at PHC Nanticoke, visits Delmarva Life to share her knowledge on COPD and pneumonia and her advice for prevention.
Congestive Heart Failure and How Telehealth Can HelpPublished on - April 11, 2017
Congestive heart failure is one of the most common reasons for hospital admissions among those 65 years old and older. Almost 6 million Americans are living with the condition and don’t even know it.
What is Congestive Heart Failure? Think of your heart as a pump. It’s when your pump isn’t pumping enough blood to support your body. Beverly White, Peninsula Home Care at Nanticoke Branch Director explains what PHCN is doing to help people manage this chronic condition and stay OUT of the hospital.
Breast Cancer at HomePublished on - October 26, 2016
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month but people live with the disease year round. Peninsula Home Care offers services for those dealing with the diagnosis from wound care after surgery to conditioning the body to prepare for chemotherapy treatment. Our skilled nurses help patients find comfort in recovery at home.
SepsisPublished on - April 3, 2016
Many people have never ever heard of Sepsis. We all need to know the facts because Sepsis is a life-threatening condition. It occurs when the body’s response to an infection injures its own tissues and organs. Common signs include fever, increased heart rate and breathing and confusion.