Nourishing Notes: Part Two

Nourishing Notes: Part Two

Feeding cues and latching on Infant feeding Cues: Hands to mouth. Sucking movements. Cooing sounds. Stretching. Crying is a late sign of hunger. If you wait until then, calm your baby before breastfeeding. If your baby does not show cues after 2-3 hours, wake him or place him skin to skin. Latc…Continue Reading.
Nourishing Notes: Part One

Nourishing Notes: Part One

Having a baby, whether it’s your first one or not, can be exhausting or confusing on what to do. These tips will help you to get a good idea of what to do once you give birth or leave the hospital: Getting off to a good start Begin nursing as soon as possible after delivery, ideally within…Continue Reading.
Healthcare’s Most Wired Award

Healthcare’s Most Wired Award

Technology is making it easier for patients and providers to interact, thus improving communication, safety and patient-provider relationships. New tools are helping patients become more actively involved in their care and maintaining their health, according to results of the 19th Annual Health C…Continue Reading.
Patient Success Story

Patient Success Story

Mr. Frederick Major is a 68 year old who served in the Air Force for 8 years. He also served his country in Vietnam. He continues to serve by working for the state of Indiana, Department of Veterans Affairs. He presented to the wound center on 10/11/16.  A blister had developed on his left foot,…Continue Reading.
First Step Back

First Step Back

Conveniently located in Greenfield, Indiana, Hancock Counseling and Psychiatric Services delivers compassionate, professional care to patients in Central Indiana.  For more than twenty years, patients have sought and received high-quality psychiatric and counseling care from the highly-skilled t…Continue Reading.
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