A disability does not only impact the affected individual; it affects the entire family and especially the primary caregiver. There are many different types of disability support available. In the following, three different supports are described: 1) Family, Friends, and Community Once a disability is discovered, caregivers and other family members or friends need to draw upon the resources available to them. One of the first things sought after should be the help and support of family, friends, and community.
A few months ago, I woke up one morning with a high fever. Because I hadn’t felt ill the day before, I didn’t understand why I was running a fever. I took over-the-counter medications all that day to control my situation. Unfortunately, I still had the fever the following day. I was concerned about the situation, so I visited a local health care clinic. After an examination, the physician on call told me that he believed I had some type of stomach infection. After a couple of days of taking antibiotics, my fever went away. If you are running a fever for no apparent reason, you should visit a health care clinic immediately, because a fever is an indicator of some type of infection in the body. On this blog, you will discover several possible causes of fevers.