Even as the pandemic has eased, telehealth technology has continued to evolve. While some emergency situations will require in-person care and treatment, routine appointments can continue to be done virtually.
Of course, it is never easy to discuss topics like death and end-of-life care, but doing so now—rather than waiting for a crisis scenario—can be the difference between having many options for your care and feeling trapped in a situation.
As we spend time outdoors in the heat or plan for activities, we know that we need to stay hydrated. However, during the winter, it can be easy to forget that our water intake is just as important—if not more important.