Welcome to the Communities of Care blog. Since 1999, we have been providing home care nurses for medically complex children and adults who live in the Minneapolis/St Paul metro area. Many of our clients need home care nursing for conditions like ventilator dependence, tracheotomies, seizure disorders, respiratory disorders, genetic syndromes, heart conditions, neurological conditions, and...Read more
There has historically been a lot of fraud in home care billing. The federal government has a branch called the OIG (Office of Inspector General) that is dedicated to monitoring, researching, investigating, and prosecuting Medicare and Medicaid fraud. There is also an OIG at the Minnesota state level. When people...Read more
Continuing our summer exploration series, here are some of the top Twin Cities tourist attractions. For more details on wheelchair-accessible adventures, check out Spin the Globe.Read more
- Walker Art Center and Minneapolis Sculpture Garden - With eight levels of artifacts spanning 20,000 years, the Walker has plenty of art across all forms of...
One of the best parts of a Minnesota summer is the bounty of locally grown fresh fruits and veggies! Our company president Joan is a strong advocate for supporting local and organic produce, even raising her own vegetables in a backyard garden. The presence and peace found in gardening is a wonderful antidote to the...Read more
The world's most premature baby, weighing only one pound at birth, has just celebrated his first birthday and set a Guinness World Record. Richard Scott William Hutchinson was born at Children's Hospital in Minneapolis five months before his due date. Despite being given a 0% survival chance, Richard was released from NICU after six months and...Read more