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Communication Tips for the Tracheotomy or Ventilator Patient

Communication Tips for the Tracheotomy or Ventilator Patient Imagine waking up one day and not being able to speak.  Feelings of anxiety, frustration, and fear would surely arise.  This is how a tracheotomy or ventilator patient feels. In order to make your Tracheotomy or Ventilator patient feel as comfortable as possible, it is vital to

Gift Giving Ideas

Gift Giving is Very Personal! When buying a gift for a friend or a loved one, hopefully you know their wish list or some of their favorite things to help make the gift special. Shopping for a resident at Fox Subacute is just like gift giving for any one. We definitely suggest getting your loved one's their

Verna’s Story #ThankfulThursday

Verna's Story Verna at the Fox Subacute Warrington facility has a special story to share. She requires long-term ventilator patient care and tells us about her care at Fox Subacute, how she stays involved in resident life through the Under 17 Club, and gives our dietary team a great shout out. Watch her story:   We

How to Maintain ALS Patient Care with Oral and Dental Care

How to Maintain ALS Patient Care with Oral and Dental Care ALS Patient Care includes Oral and Dental Care Oral care and dental care is extremely important for everyone. For the majority of us, oral and dental care is something that we do with a low amount of effort. On the other hand, maintaining

Did You Know That Exercise is a Crucial Part of Ventilator Patient Care?

Did You Know That Exercise is a Crucial Part of Ventilator Patient Care? Exercise is important for quality ventilator patient care ~ Fox Subacute Most people realize that a lack of exercise or movement in general can be bad for a person’s health. But they also recognize that sometimes loved ones are incapable

America’s Youth Made Aware of MDA Patient Care Through Popular TV Show

Do you watch the television show, Teen Parent 2? If not, you may be surprised to learn that it has brought the subject of muscular dystrophy (MD) to the attention of today’s youth via one of the show’s stars, Leah Messer-Calvert. She gave an interview to inTouch magazine reporter, Carly Sitzer, earlier this year in