Dementia is an extremely challenging disease and affects millions of families worldwide, but it is still possible to be prepared for the worst. With a full understanding of what the disease brings and how to properly treat it, families will have control over their lives.
Dr. Thierry Duchatellier, chief of cardiology at Mercy Hospital in Rockville Centre, will discuss ways to keep your heart healthy with the latest information in a webinar, Heart Health What’s New in 2021, hosted by Schneps Media, the parent company of the Long Island Press.
Experts spoke in a Schneps Media webinar, “Women's Heart Health 101,” on Feb. 12. The panelists were Stacey E. Rosen, MD of Katz Institute for Women’s Health, and Britt Burner, Esq. of Burner Law Group, P.C.
Implementing tactics from how video games are created could be successful in maximizing a child’s online learning experience, experts say.
Facing the reality that a loved one may be suffering from dementia is difficult, but getting the right care doesn’t have to be.
Dr. Kimberly Berens hosts the webinar "Thriving in a Virtual World: Making Video Games and Zoom work for you” on Jan. 26.
Dealing with the various options for senior care can be stressful for those with a loved one in need of assistance—especially during the COVID-19 crisis.
Teaching and learning during the Covid-19 pandemic has posed great challenges for teachers, students, and parents.
Choosing suitable senior care options for an elderly loved one is a difficult decision for any family at any time. There are many questions and challenges, especially now during the Covid-19 pandemic.
On Jan. 12, Schneps Media hosts a panel of professionals for a webinar called “Pandemic Teaching: How to Make the Best Out of a Bad Situation.”