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Designated wellness leaders at the management level with direct access to the agency head are recommended to be involved with wellness committees and programs. Is there a paid worksite health and wellness coordinator whose job either part-time or full-time is to implement a worksite health and wellness program? Contracted personnel can manage a comprehensive program or provide specific services, such as exercise classes or an annual health fair. When certain conditions are met, an agency may pay for the rent and maintenance of space, equipment, janitorial services, and the start-up costs of facilities managed by employee organizations. Health education seminars, webinars, educational materials ; Social and environmental supports cafeterias, walking paths, lactation rooms ; Integration leadership involvement, employee involvement ; Linkages with related programs safety programs, ergonomics, Federal Employee Health Benefits FEHB ; and Screenings health risk assessments HRA , blood pressure checks. Any regular treatment programme will need to take this into account, or the patient may simply not be able to attend. Acupuncture Acupuncture can help with your specific symptoms, health problems or pains like osteoarthritis of the knee.

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This works in much the same way that an old cassette tape works. If you want to clear the information you simply change the polarity which neutralizes the information.

How is the Quantum Wave Laser different from other lasers? The Quantum Wave Laser is the first truly quantum laser rejuvenation system. The Quantum Wave Laser is revolutionary in its ability to neutralize and clear cell memory.

This unique feature is made possible by our patent pending scalar wave technology. All low level lasers donate energy in order to rejuvenate the cell.

What makes our soft lasers truly unique is the ability to clear the cell memory. Cell memory is the stress or tension pattern underneath all injury and dis-ease. Our proprietary technology activates scalar waves which neutralize all polarity and shift the cell memory. This quantum laser approach can be applied to any injuries, stress, tension, dis-ease, or to activate the key body systems such as the glands, organs, chakras, meridians or any of the cells which make up the body. The Quantum Wave Laser System is FDA registered for temporary relief of minor muscle and joint pain, arthritis and muscle spasm, relieving stiffness, promoting relaxation of muscle tissue, and to temporarily increase local blood circulation.

The System is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, mitigate, or prevent disease. If you have a disease or medical condition, consult with your physician or health practitioner before using the Scalar Wave Laser. Use only as directed. Uses for medical indications contrary to the FDA registration are unauthorized and render the warranty null and void. I am very excited about introducing Scalar laser therapy to my practice and hope this information is useful to you.

Please contact my office with any comments or feedback at I am hoping you can help me. I bought a scalar laser but am looking for some kind of training course.

The DVD is just not enough. Do you know anyone who provides a certified training course for this type of laser? Please let me know where I can purchase such a machine and how much it usually costs.

Has the laser been used to promote growth of insulin generating cells in the pancreas for type 2 diabetes patients? I am a massage therapist that has been practicing for 14 years. Any appointment will inevitably involve the disruption of normal routines and this is likely to be a source of anxiety for the patient with ASD.

In addition, even adults with a good level of functioning may well find the practicalities of getting to an appointment on time a considerable challenge. Adult patients will have had experience of medical appointments and examinations. However, they may have developed specific fears as a result of previous bad experiences and it is important to be aware of this and sensitive to it. However articulate patients are, they are likely to be highly anxious and may have difficulty explaining their symptoms, asking appropriate questions and absorbing information.

To allow for these difficulties they may require a longer consultation than is usual. It is important to make sure that the patient with ASD feels as comfortable as possible before a procedure begins. Spend time reassuring them about what is going to happen, through an intermediary if necessary.

Young Child - Jake. If patients are already physically stressed then it may be necessary to wait until they are calmer in order to gain their confidence sufficiently to go ahead with a physical examination or to gain a true picture of their health.

Use simple de-stressing exercises focussing on breathing and posture to help patients calm down. Only proceed with the intervention once the patient looks or says they feel calmer.

Where any kind of instrument, measure or piece of equipment is involved, make sure to clarify the purpose and procedure to ensure optimum cooperation. Taking the height and weight of patients with ASD may pose very little challenge to them as they are familiar routines in the home. However, the equipment may differ from the instruments the patient is used to.

The patient may not recognise your instruments and this could cause confusion and anxiety. Be clear in your explanation and demonstrate what the patient needs to do and how the instrument will provide a reading. Eliciting the reflex response may cause puzzlement and anxiety to the patient with an ASD.

It could be difficult to undertake if the patient is not fully relaxed. A high degree of skill may be needed in this situation.

A slow and careful approach with an explanation will be helpful to the individual. A fuller explanation of why the body responds at reflex points without our conscious desire will also help the able patient with an ASD to accept the approach.

The process of gaining medical information may also include other measurement such as that of head circumference. The guidance given so far will help to compose questions that will elicit clear and literal answers.

Where any kind of instrument, measure or piece of equipment is involved, keep the guidance in mind to help clarify the purpose and procedure to ensure optimum cooperation. This should be approached in a logical and systematic way.

The basic guidelines of clear literal questions will help to compile an accurate record. Patients with an ASD may have a poor or incomplete memory of their childhood and it may be necessary to ask for another source of this information.

Questions about childhood diseases and infections may not be understood; give fuller information if you can. Patients with an ASD may have very accurate information on dates and times when they needed to be admitted to hospital, but a sketchier memory of why. If this information is needed it may need to be followed up. The patient with ASD may need a physical examination.

This will help to establish whether the patient knows what to expect in this examination and will give you guidance on whether they may react adversely. It will be helpful for patients with ASD to see what implements are to be used and to know the order in which they are going to be used.

Using simple words, check if they have had that type of physical examination before. The taking of a blood pressure reading can follow the basic guidelines of asking, checking, explaining and reinforcing. Show the patient the equipment and explain in simple terms what is going to happen.

If using a manual device it may be helpful to demonstrate the noise the monitor will make when it is used. For patients with ASD who can understand, a basic explanation about the instrument may also be beneficial. Measuring body temperature will be greatly eased by using one of the types of non-intrusive thermometers. As with other procedures, ask, check, explain and reinforce before beginning the taking of temperature. For visual checks on eyes, hands, nails or glands, make sure the patient with ASD knows what is going to happen before you approach them to start the examination.

A full physical or intimate examination requires a degree of intrusion which can make the patient feel vulnerable or uncomfortable, and may cause pain or discomfort. The patient with ASD may require preparation in advance, particularly if the situation is unfamiliar. Give a double appointment to ensure that there is enough time to conduct the procedure and to minimise any stress which could prohibit a successful examination. It is important that you as a practitioner secure the comfort and confidence of a patient with ASD before you start a procedure.

Failure to do that may mean that the procedure has to be postponed because the patient is too upset. Take the lead from patients, checking if they are able to articulate how they are feeling, and that they know how to stay calm. The patient with an ASD may need extra time for an appointment.

Provide a written summary after the appointment for the patient. The process of undertaking treatment can be problematic for adults with ASD. The skills needed may be limited for adults with ASD and this can cause a treatment plan to fail. Individuals may need support to:. As above, treatment can fail for many reasons and at any stage. A clear follow-up strategy will provide a vital safety net. The majority of people with ASD will have taken oral medication at some point in their lives, even if it is only basic pain relief.

For some, taking a range of supplements orally or ingesting tablets will be no problem. Be specific about explaining how tablets may be taken. It could be that a liquid would be preferable. Ensure that the dosage is explained clearly and give other verbal or written information on what to do if the symptoms persist.

You may have to make a judgement on the likelihood of the ointment staying on the body area for long enough to be effective. Where a patient with ASD is bothered about personal invasion then the prescription of ointments may not have the desired outcome. Ensure that the dosage is explained clearly and guidance is given on how much to apply. Give other verbal or written information on what to do if the symptoms persist. However, the adult with an ASD may need the same consideration of taste and smell that could apply to a much younger person.

Consider prescribing a more child-friendly medication or look at other forms of prescription, e. Intravenous medication is usually only given in practice in an emergency such as a life-threatening anaphylaxis or severe pain. We are also a registered yellow fever centre and offer yellow fever immunisations to registered and non-registered patients. For more information about yellow fever please see our Practice Information.

The following websites will help you. We provide free bereavement support to: On our website you will find information about local care providers, services and activities, along with links to other useful websites and resources.

We aim to provide a joined-up service so you only need to tell your story once and have a single plan for achieving your health and wellbeing goals. We will provide the right care at the right time so you feel supported and empowered to make informed choices and take control of managing your health.

Use this visual guide to help you identify common conditions and illnesses that may affect your child. Includes conditions such as measles, slapped cheek syndrome, chicken pox and warts. When your child is unwell, it can be hard deciding whether to keep them off school. These simple guidelines should help.

Parents, carers and healthcare professionals can access expert advice about common childhood illnesses and how to treat them via a mobile app, called HANDi App. It is free and can be downloaded to any Apple or Android smartphone or tablet. Download a personalised vaccination calendar, which highlights the dates your child needs to have their vaccinations by.

Discover Organisations and Events in Bath and North East Somerset for a range of family issues, childcare, parenting support, benefits, school and much, much more. Acupuncture can help with your specific symptoms, health problems or pains like osteoarthritis of the knee. You could also use acupuncture because you feel generally unwell but do not have an obvious diagnosis. Caroline has been practising since and can advise you on the best treatment for your particular condition.

Osteopathy can treat a wide range of conditions and ailments. In addition to neck and back problems it can even treat things including digestive and circulatory problems.

My aim is to help clients to open up their vast potential, to overcome obstacles like unwanted feelings or to break habits. The facility is funded by the Organisations holding Events in our premises and by Donations from our visitors and members. We also receive some grants locally. We have built up a range of services, advice and information, training courses etc. Keynsham Action Network is our response to what we see as a loss of connection and a loss of deep meaning in our culture.

We believe the answer is to help people build …. Our Alcohol and Drugs Service ensures that our clients have the support they need to give up substances and get back an independent life.

The overall ethos behind the project is to provide a physical space in which young people want to spend time and can then access a range of services. Project 28 works with young people up to the age of 18 who are resident within Bath and North East Somerset. Alcoholics Anonymous AA is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking.

Drinking a bit too much can sneak up on you. Our free drinks tracker app makes it easy to keep an eye on the booze and take control with daily tips and feedback. BaNES Talking Therapies practitioners are trained to help people to understand more about these difficulties. They can also help to find ways of talking or coping with them. Bath Mind works to improve the lives of people experiencing mental ill health. We are here to make sure anyone with a mental health problem has somewhere to turn for advice and support.

Call Samaritans free, 24 hours a day days a year. I offer private counselling and psychotherapy in Bath, private sessions in Saltford GP Surgery, near Keynsham, and supervision to other counsellors, therapists and those working in the helping professions.

Psychotherapy or counselling can address a number of issues such as: Depression, anxiety or other mood difficulties. We offer you an opportunity to talk to someone in complete confidence within a peaceful, safe environment.

Focus Counselling is a highly respected and busy counselling Agency in the centre of Bath. We provide affordable person-centred therapy for those people in need from Bath and its surrounding areas. We support individuals and their families, who have mental health problems or are experiencing mental distress. Those referred are allocated a befriender who visits or phones on a regular basis, at times to suit both the Befriender and person visited. Free online courses covering low mood and stress and all of the common linked problems this causes.

Work out why you feel as you do, how to tackle problems, build confidence, get going again, feel happier, stay calm, tackle upsetting thinking and more. Womankind provides women in the Bristol area with free or affordable professional counselling, psychotherapy and on-going support.

We support families in Bath and North East Somerset BANES dealing with issues like physical disability, domestic abuse, sexual violence, substance abuse or long-term mental health problems. With our expert support, families can move forward positively.

We are an independent family run business and we are dedicated to providing the highest standard of care. We provide Ear Syringing and Microsuction. This document explains treatments for the build-up of Ear Wax.

We give care and support to patients and their families in Bath and north east Somerset and parts of Wiltshire and Somerset, whenever they need it; at home, in the hospice, or at one of our outreach centres. We respect the uniqueness of each patient and their family, and empower them to choose the type of care they receive.

Passport to Health is the local exercise referral service for people who are inactive and have or are at risk of developing other long term medical conditions.

Meetings, Online or a little bit of both. The Couch to 5K app has been designed to get you off the couch and running in just 9 weeks. Grab your trainers, download the app and follow the step-by-step instructions. The free Easy Meals app is a great way to eat foods that are healthier for you. We are here to guide you and support you to improve your wellbeing, whatever stage you are at. Our friendly team will support you to make life style changes that will not only benefit you but also your family.

We offer home visits for your comfort and convenience or we can see you at your birthing centre or GP practice. Baby Buddy is an award winning mobile phone app for new parents and parents-to-be, created by mums, doctors and midwives. Our services support many mums, dads and families living in Bristol and beyond, offering befriending, supportive groups, one-to-one listening, advice, information and hope for anyone affected by antenatal and post-natal depression.

We are a group of mothers, most of who have suffered postnatal depression or distress after the birth of one or more of our babies. We offer support, advice, information and most of all a listening ear for any worries or concerns you may have.

School nurses help children and young people learn how to make decisions about living in a healthy way so that they can enjoy and achieve things in their lives. Sometimes children and young people feel unable to talk with their parents or carers about health problems or worries. School nurses can listen and help them to decide what to do next. To support young people to empower and intellectually defend themselves through the provision of mental health services and development work.

Bath and North East Somerset Community CAMHS is a specialist service that helps children and young people who are struggling with a range of different mental health issues. We draw from the experience of many who have been touched personally by young suicide across the UK and speak on their behalf in our campaigns and in our endeavours to save young lives.

Together we believe that with appropriate support and education, many young suicides can be prevented.

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