Kalandra Education Group Blog

Published on 22nd November 2022

Autism is a lifelong neurodevelopmental condition that affects how people perceive the world, how they think and behave, and how they communicate and interact with others.
Put simply, autistic people see, hear, and feel the world differently to other people.

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Published on 14th November 2022

Osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disease, characterized by low bone density and mass, and increased bone fragility. It affects 200,000 million people worldwide with significant potential complications. It is overlooked, undertreated and preventable. It is more common in the elderly > 50 years of age; in women more than in men with a ratio of 4:1; and in postmenopausal women.

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Published on 7th November 2022

The older adult looks back at life, viewing it as either a meaningful, productive, and happy experience or a major disappointment full of unfulfilled promise and unrealised goals. One’s life experiences, particularly social experiences, determine the outcome of this final life crisis.

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Published on 31st October 2022

Dementia is a term used to define a group of symptoms related to different changes in how our brain functions. This condition can affect anyone. As we age the risk of developing dementia increases.

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Published on 26th October 2022

Neck and Back pain are extremely common, and can happen to anyone. This includes HCAs where it can be extremely debilitating. Learn more here

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Published on 18th October 2022

Postpartum mood disorder is the term used to describe distressing feelings that occur after pregnancy (postpartum). Feelings can be mild, moderate, or severe. Parents of every culture, age, income level and race can develop postpartum mood disorders.

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