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Our mission at Eleanor Health is to help people struggling with addiction live amazing lives. As an integrated, multidisciplinary team, we’re focused on delivering whole-person, comprehensive care. We are passionate about transforming the quality, delivery, and accessibility of addiction treatment. Every member of our team works together integrating care and coordinating services to improve our members’ quality of life.Our actions are rooted in respect for each member’s values, culture, and ...
 
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Suboxone vs. Methadone – How are They Different? Suboxone and Methadone are both highly effective in treating opioid use disorder. Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/methadone-or-suboxone Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-caroli…
 
Kratom and Alcohol – The Risk of an Overdose Combining kratom and alcohol can increase the risk of an overdose Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/kratom-and-alcohol Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-carolina/high-point…
 
Naltrexone Uses in Addiction Treatment Naltrexone is an FDA-approved prescription medication used for treating alcohol use disorder and opioid use disorder. Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/what-is-naltrexone-for Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth…
 
Bupropion Naltrexone This combination medication is utilized in treating obesity and meth addiction. Read More : https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/bupropion-naltrexone Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-carolina/high-point…
 
Vivitrol Treatment for Alcoholism and Addiction Vivitrol is an FDA-approved effective treatment option for alcoholism and opioid addiction. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/vivitrol-medication Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-…
 
The Use and Misuse of Benzodiazepines Benzodiazepines (benzos), also known as minor tranquilizers, are man-made pharmaceutical drugs and are some of the most widely prescribed medications in the United States. Despite their tremendous medical benefits, benzodiazepines also carry a high risk of causing dependence and tolerance. Read More: https://ww…
 
The Pros and Cons of Bupropion Bupropion is an antidepressant drug approved by the FDA for the treatment of Major Depressive Disorder, Seasonal Affective Disorder, and as an aid for smoking cessation. When bupropion is misused, dangerous doses of the drug enter the body and increase the risk of an overdose. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/…
 
Side Effects of Bupropion Bupropion is a safe and effective antidepressant with a favorable side effect profile. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/side-effects-bupropion Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/locations/north-carolina/high-point…
 
How Does Methadone Work? Methadone is used to treat opioid use disorders, such as heroin addiction, and has been successful in the battle against the opioid crisis. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/does-methadone-work Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhe…
 
What are Benzos? Benzos are a class of psychoactive drugs that are highly effective as a short-term treatment of certain psychological disorders. Read More: https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/what-are-benzos-drugs Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health High Point 206 Gatewood Avenue High Point NC 27262 336-814-8152 https://www.eleanorhealth.com/location…
 
All About Kratom The FDA has voiced concern over Kratom use, as it's shown to affect the same opioid brain receptors as morphine and contains properties that expose users to the risks of addiction, abuse, and dependence. Regular use of Kratom is known to cause dependence and addiction in some users including withdrawal symptoms when they stop using…
 
5 Tips for Making the Most Out of Your Addiction Treatment Experience Most people entering treatment for the first time don’t know what to expect. They might be worried about treatment impacting other areas of their life, like family and loved ones, work, and other responsibilities. It’s okay to feel nervous at first but it shouldn’t derail the pro…
 
How to Tell Your Family That You’re Struggling With Addiction Admitting that you need help can feel like a terrifying and overwhelming experience. Will my loved ones be angry? Being honest with your family and reaching out for support is an act of courage. It’s a major accomplishment that can put your recovery on the right track. Read more... https…
 
Signs and Symptoms of Drug Addiction - How to Tell if Someone Needs Help for a Drug Problem Read more... https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/signs-and-symptoms-of-drug-addiction-how-to-tell-if-someone-needs-help-for-a-drug-problem Facility Spotlight Eleanor Health Durham 3711 University Drive Durham NC 27707 919- 752-4028 https://www.eleanorhealth.c…
 
Alcoholism: A Family Disease - How Alcohol Addiction Affects Families Alcohol use disorder (AUD), commonly called alcoholism, is often called a “family disease” because it impacts more people than just the individual with alcohol addiction. Read more... https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/alcoholism-a-family-disease-how-alcohol-addiction-affects-fam…
 
8 Reasons to Start Your Addiction Recovery Today It’s better to get help at the first sign of the problem and before a substance addiction becomes overwhelming. Here are the top reasons to seek addiction treatment today and take the first step in the recovery journey. Read more... https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/8-reasons-to-start-your-addiction…
 
What to Know About Outpatient Addiction Treatment When it comes to addiction treatment programs, many people might first think of 30-day inpatient rehabs, as seen in countless TV shows and movies. Inpatient treatment has been popular for many years but for some people, leaving their jobs, homes, and loved ones for an extended period isn’t an option…
 
Six Questions to Ask When Choosing an Addiction Treatment Program When it comes to making life-changing medical decisions, education can save time, money, and most importantly, lives. If you or a loved one needs surgery, researching surgeons and hospitals would be your first step. Read more... https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/six-questions-to-ask…
 
Signs and Symptoms of Alcoholism - How to Know if Someone Has a Problem with Drinking Throughout history, alcohol has played a significant role in different cultures around the world. Alcohol is used by people as a way to relax, bond, celebrate, and socialize. Read more... https://www.eleanorhealth.com/blog/signs-and-symptoms-of-alcoholism-how-to-k…
 
Mary Elizabeth Parker returns to update listeners on the what's happening in the world of rare and undiagnosed diseases. She has spent time at NIH and with the leading researchers in the area of genetics and rare diseases. She will also update us on her organization U R Our Hope. Also, appearing on the show is Deanna who tell us her story of search…
 
Healthcare Whisperer welcomes Catherine Grace to the show. She is a writer, editor, and breast cancer survivor. She is here to discuss her journey throught the maze of cancer from diagnosis to treatment to remission. Her story will give us insight to the impact on one's life, emotions and relationships. It is a story of strength, courage, love and …
 
Howard Block and I will be discussing how to talk about end of life care with a loved one, patient or friend. It can be difficult to know how to approach the topic and exactly what to say. We will discuss why it shouldn't be a conversation with only your doctor but also your family. Why is it important? It is a topic no one wants to have but it can…
 
In this episode, Guila Muir, owner of Say Yes! to Life Swims will be discussing her love and passion for open water and long distant swimming. And I will tell you now, it is very infectious. Her company provides organized and supported open water swims in the Seattle area from Lake Washington to the Puget Sound. She will be discussing her journey f…
 
I am continuing my audio blog, moving away from my experiences with my journey with my mother to patient and healthcare stories. It is my hope that these stories will be informative and instructive. When you hear them, you may think, is she making this up. No, they are real.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
Dr Ron Hirshberg is to animals what healthcare advocates are to patients. He has dedicated his life to finding solutions to the pain and suffering of animals. He has always been innovative in his treatments and care. He discovered low level laser therapy when the arthritis in his hands was becoming painful and needed to find a viable treatment that…
 
This show is two healthcare professionals talking about their expreinces of death and dying both professionally and personally. Mary Elizabeth Parker, PT,PhD, NCS, PCS, medical liaison for U.R. Our Hope, has dedicated her life to those with undiagnosed and rare illness. In her work, she has been a witness to the death and dying of children and been…
 
Surviving death is about the days after all the details are done, memorials and estate issues, and the grief begins to take hold. I am going to talk about what it is like to suddenly find yourself alone with your loss, the emptiness and the sadness. A conversation as difficult in our society as dying. How I learned and witnessed my own rawness and …
 
This is the continuing story of my mother's passing. In this episode I will talk about what happens after the death, the details like dealing with planning two memorials, social security, finances, wills and final bills. I don't think a person is prepared for what has to be dealt with. I want to provide some insight as to what it is like during thi…
 
This episode is about my experience of my mother's final days. How hospice care was critical, how the assisted living staff dealt with the process and the details after death. It is a time of joy and sadness, grief and celebration. It will be about the impact of the year of care giving and the road to recovery when all is said and done. The informa…
 
Have you ever wondered what it took to be a bone marrow donor? Sat Nirmal K Khalsa was a donor for her sister who contracted a blood disorder from being a first responder on and after 9/11 at Ground Zero. Without her bone marrow, her sister would die. She had no idea what it meant to donate her bone marrow and was surprised at how much simpler and …
 
This episode continues the journey of dealing with my mother's dying and the facility indifference. I will be talking about my insights into being a caregiver. I know many others have had similar experiences, the loneliness one can feel and how family and friend support make the difference.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
This is a continuation of my journey with my Mother. This episode I will talk about what has happened lately and the constant worry one has as a caregiver. I never know when the next problem will arise or what it may entail.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
Today's guest is Howard Block, elder care patient advocate expert. He is my go to person for any difficult situations with my elder clients. He has been practicing in this field for over 20 years and his expertise is inspiring. One of the issues we have been discussing recently is a person's wishes at the end of life and how to get facilities and f…
 
The endless drama continues. I have learned to never let my guard down and expect the unexpected. I am going to talk about DNR and specialized Physician signed specific orders on what you want at the end of life. A DNR may not be enough and even then, nobody may read it.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
The world of assisted living and hospice is not easy. Walking the road with my mother as she is dying is painful and inspiring. Some days I feel very lucky to have this time and other times my head is spinning.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
Just as Meghan Trainor says in her song"It's all about the bass", I say with assisted living and hospice, "it's all about the regs". I have kept my mother safe by knowing what her rights are and what the regulations are. This blog will be about how I faired knowing certain regulations.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
What a crazy ride this journey is. Minefields galore. My mother continues to decline and I can hardly keep up. This blog is about working with hospice and getting the assisted living to respond. Lessons learned that I hope will help youโดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
I continue talks about caring for my Mom in assisted living and hospice. My hope is my experience will help others. I have just returned to New Mexico and witnessing the changes that have occurred in the last two weeksโดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
This is the continuation of the journey through assisted living and hospice. My goal is that by listening, you will gain insight into the process. This blog speaks to some key factors caregivers needs to think about when selecting an assisted living and hospice, what to do when things don't seem to be going your way and keeping your loved one safe.…
 
Here is another installment about life with Mom in assisted living and hospice. There bever seems to be a dull moment. She continues to decline and I continue to try to keep her comfortable and safe.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
This is a continuation of my experiences dealing with assisted living and hospice. It is my experience of dealing with with all the issues and the constant rebalancing. My hope is the information from my experience will be of help to others. This blog will be about hopsice and talking to my Mom about dying…
 
My blog continues about what it is like to be the caregiver for a parent in assisted living, nursing home and hospice. In this episode, I will speak about Hopsice and my Mother's choices about her death. I will talk about the prospect of her death and how the Hopsice services have helped.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
I feel very lucky and excited to have Michele Rosenthal back on the show to talk about her new book, Your Life After Trauma:Powerful Practices to Reclaim Your Identity. Her book is a continuation of her work helping people with PTSD. This book offers practical, simple and hands-on examples to help with the effects of an identity crisis caused by PT…
 
This is day three of my blog and the saga continues with the facility, hopsice and care manager. What a life being a caregiver! I hope to offer some tips on the best way to get what is needed for a loved one in this situation. Even though I have advocated for clients in similar situations, it doesn't make it easy. I think I am just faster at knowin…
 
This is the second audio blog post about my journey with Mom, her dying and dealing with the Assisted Living/Nursing Home staff. Today, I will talk about the Ombudsman program and how it can help solve problemsand deal with issues in the residents favor.โดย Healthcare Whisperer
 
This blog is in addition to my radio show. It is my journey with my Mother since she had he stoke one yeear ago. It is about my experience dealing with the world of geriatric care, assisted living, nursing home, hospice and my mother's personal care aides. I hope it will provide insight and valuable information that can help someone else on this jo…
 
This show is the amazing story of Jade Grace, who grew up with a mother who lived in an iron lung. The iron lung was a tank respirator used to help people artificially breathe used often during the polio epedemic. It's use was usually only for several weeks until the lungs regained strength. For some like Jade's mother, it was for a lifetime. She l…
 
I am very excited to be broadcasting live at the U R Our Hope Gala. This is their annual fundraiser celebrating all those who have worked hard to help families and individuals with rare and undiagnosed illnesess. This event is being held at Russell's Bistro in Austin, Texas. I will be speaking with board members, parents and supporters of this grea…
 
What happens on the day you realize your parent/parents can't live in their own home anymore? You would love to have them live with you but that isn't possible. You start looking for options, one being assisted living faciltiies. I don't think anything prepares you for this journey. Margret Kogan and Kathleen Murphy are here to discuss what that jo…
 
This show is about the courage of two families to find answers to their child's undiagnosed illness. It is the story of learning to be the voice and advocate for your child. It is the story of never giving up or taking no for an answer. This is the story about wanting the absolute best for their child. This is the story of grace, love and strength.…
 
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