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How to Get Help from your Kids Around the House? Try Asking Them their Opinion

By Natasha Barrett The dishes always seem to quickly pile up in the sink. “Laundry Mountain” gets bigger and bigger in every bedroom.  The floor needs to be swept. The trash needs to be taken out. The everyday chores around the house never end. According to Mariam Wahby, Ph.D., LMFT, education specialist with Behavioral Services [Continue Reading]

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The Lingering Effects of COVID-19 & Rehabilitation: What should COVID patients look out for post recovery?

By Jade Waddy As more information and research becomes available about COVID-19, many COVID-19 survivors are simultaneously beginning their journey towards recovery. If you, a family member or friend is entering COVID-19 recovery mode, it’s important to be aware of the lingering effects of the virus, as it can look different for everyone. Dr. Gerard [Continue Reading]

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“You Are All Warriors” – COVID-19 Survivor Believes Doctor’s Attitude Helped Pull Him Through

By George Kovacik One day in late June, Danny Davis felt like he had the flu. He had the chills, a mild fever and felt very tired. His doctor prescribed some antibiotics and he began to feel much better. However, a couple of nights later, he woke up and was having trouble breathing. It got [Continue Reading]

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On the Frontlines of COVID: “They’re asking for my help, and I’m willing to give it”

By Daniel Wingard, PT, DPT It’s my job to help patients recover from neurological illness or injury. COVID-19 makes that much more complicated. The No. 1 priority of most of my patients is to improve their balance, strength and endurance. They’re asking for my help, and I’m willing to give it, even during a pandemic. [Continue Reading]

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Road to recovery: One doctor’s journey in rehabilitation after battling COVID-19

By Jade Waddy Dr. Grant Lashley spent nearly six weeks in the TIRR Memorial Hermann COVID-19 Rehabilitation Program. Dr. Lashley spent 37 days on a ventilator in the ICU at a Louisiana hospital before coming to TIRR Memorial Hermann where he would relearn to walk and so much more. Watch his story. To learn more [Continue Reading]

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