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Did you always know what you wanted to be when you grew up? I didn't. I knew I wanted to help people. After trying my hand at a number of small ventures, I finally learned that if I just start moving forward, putting one foot in front of the other, the hurdles would began to look smaller and smaller.
This is my advice to my readers. If you want to become a professional caregiver, don't let anything stand in your way. There are several great opportunities out there and what a better time to get started then now. Put one foot in front of the other and make the move.
We hope you enjoy our April issue that contains two guest articles this month. Joe Fleming has written another great article Titled Bedside Care Tips for Post Surgery Patients. Our newest guest article written by Emma on the Top 5 ways for Seniros to live happier lives is also another great read.
Patients who have undergone a surgical procedure are usually advised to rest and recover in bed for a couple of days before they ease their way back to their normal routine. The recovery period usually depends on the nature of the illness and the type of surgery performed. People who have an underlying disease or other medical condition might need a longer time to recuperate.