April is World Autism Acceptance Month, so throughout the month, we want focus on sharing stories and providing opportunities to increase understanding and acceptance of people with Autism, fostering worldwide support. Read on to learn about three practices every provider should know to help create a safe space for their Autistic patients.
Choosing AllWays Health Partners means access to an innovative health plan with benefits that help patients stay healthy—and save money. That's why it's important that providers and patients know about all of the different initiatives we offer and how they work. Below you'll find some popular benefits every provider should know about.
COVID-19 can be tough on people recovering from Substance Use Disorders (SUDs). People with SUDs are typically encouraged to reach out to others and spend time with peers, whether it's attending self-help groups or hanging out with friends and family. Isolation is typically not part of the recovery plan, so it is important to ensure patients with SUDs are getting the care they need, even if it's virtual.
While you’re taking care of your patients’ well-being, it’s important to keep your own well-being in mind as well. The COVID-19 pandemic may be causing you more stress than usual, just as it is for many others. It’s important to keep your own mental health in mind during this time. Here are some tips for reducing COVID-19 stress.
September is National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, and this topic is more important than ever. The isolation brought on by COVID-19 is especially hard on people at risk for suicide. Here are some things you can do to determine if you have a patient who’s contemplating suicide and ways to help patients who’ve reached out to you with suicidal feelings.