Diabetes Awareness Month is a great time to educate everyone on the impact of diabetes.
A vulnerable elder, also known as a solo senior, may not have family or community support. Here are a few things to keep in mind when caring for older adults.
Thanks to a 2022 grant, a diabetes clinic in Primary Care has provided chronic disease management and education for hundreds of patients.
“I’m not feeling well. Should I use myDH to contact Primary Care?”
APD’s Multi-Specialty Clinic offers imbedded medication-assisted treatment (MAT) within primary care. A patient shares her story.
Music benefits our health, which is why APD proudly supports the Upper Valley’s only community music school.
APD shares the best ways to protect yourself and those you care about from ticks.
APD patients with food insecurity are offered food bags, a hot meal at Alice’s Café, Listen vouchers for clothing, and more.
Oriana McNally suffered a traumatic injury but found healing at APD.
Connectedness (the awareness that people care about them, their well-being, and success) has long-lasting benefits for kids of all ages.