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Community Resources For Hypothyroidism
Chck medicaid: Check with your sate medicaid program if this patient is eligible, some states have home aid service. ...Read more
See below: If you're working with a social worker, you can ask your provider for the information in your state. Here's the websites that can be used as resources. Contact them http://nami.Org/ http://www.Nmha.Org/ good luck! ...Read more
See below: Look at the following websites... www.dbsalliance.org www.Nami.Org they're geared for mentally ill; however, they might have information about caregivers support groups. The contact info is there. Good luck! ...Read more
Does the state of connecticut have a comprehensive dental care program for adult medicaid recipients?Is there a participating provider listing online?
More resources: University hospital are teaching hospital almost every speciality available .Have more resources for special tests and referral net work and lot more resources and sometime new medication trial etc. ...Read more
Suggestions for uninsured 32yo woman to work through health phobias at home? Books, audio, internet sites? Out of work, no money to see counselor :-(
Resources: Books on cognitive-behavioral therapy by aaron beck or david burns, specifically to treat phobias and anxiety disorders. You need grounding in the cognitive model to understand your thinking, feeling and avoidant behavior better. Browse for titles on amazon then go to the library or bookstore for reading. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Anxiety relief: I'm assuming you want online resources for anxiety relief, since there are countless online sites that can make anxiety worse. :-) here's a site that has some practical suggestions: http://www.Helpguide.Org/mental/anxiety_self_help.Htm at the bottom there are some helpful additional links also -- including mindfulness meditation. Also, many people enjoy heartmath: http://www.Heartmath.Com/. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is there any provision for free residential care in the malaysia for elderly people with mental illness?
I'm not sure: I'm not sure about this, buti do have patients who have an orphanage in malaysia and i would consider asking what they think. ...Read more
Community health ctr: There are 2 separate questions here. I will provide info for one. Funding for community health centers varies. However, the federal government is one source of funding. You can read this article for the bigger picture: http://www.Hhs.Gov/recovery/programs/hrsa/index.Html. ...Read more
Online: Several associations and societies have websites and advocate for people affected with this condition. All of them surely will help you find local chapters in your area, will share tips, support, referrals, resources. ...Read more
What is a reliable website for researching general medical information for patients and their families?
Medlineplus.gov: Medline Plus is a very reliable site managed by the National Institutes of Health. It is full of reliable information on almost any medical topic, and has many links to other reliable medical organizations' information, all searchable and organized by topic. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi - desperately looking for respected doctors that accept insurance in dc area to provide integrative care (testing, nutrition) for add symptoms. Thx?
Call State Med Socie: I personally am not aware of any specific md that meets that criteria, but you can get guidance from the local chapter of the medical society (state and local). They can direct you to a list of names or refer you to another resource. Good luck. ...Read more
Stress reduction: Parenting is the most important job one can have and therefore support in the process from fellow parents is critical to helping keep the stress under control. Whether this comes formally through support groups or informally through friends and family, support is part of self care and helps us keep our stress at bay. Support can provide us with tips and relief in times of need. ...Read more
Level of care: Honestly there is considerable variation from place to place about how this works. However if you want to get a sense of how things "ought" to work you should search for the "level of care and utilization system" of the american association of community psychiatrists. It is a bit complicated but covers the factors that determine medically appropriate residential care. ...Read more