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If you’re sending your parents off on a trip overseas, you’ll want to make sure they have everything they need. Here are several tips on how to keep everyone happy. Go for a cruise Book them for a cruise, the Reader’s Digest suggests. They’re going to love participating in planned activities on the boat. The relaxing pace of the trip coupled with plenty of downtimes during the days is something they’re sure to appreciate and
Getting into an accident while you’re on a trip is a nightmare. Here are a few things to help you deal with the situation if it happens to you. Be prepared If you plan on touring locally, it may best to hire a local driver to take you around. Driving on unfamiliar roads with signs you can’t understand may lead to a car crash, Travel Insurance Review says. Follow the rules Don’t try to skirt

Case Management Conference in Houston, TX

Posted by FNI on June 25, 2018
Category: Uncategorized
Flying Nurses International was very well represented recently by Dana Erskine-Pando, BSN, FNP, COO and lead coordinator of FNI, along with her husband, Darren Pscion, retired firefighter and EMT, at two outstanding Case Manager conferences.  The first was the ACMA (American Case Managers Association) conference in Houston, Texas, in April.  The pair greeted hundreds of attendees and really enjoyed putting faces with names, as they met many of the case managers FNI has worked with
Travel is often fun and exciting. But even with all the precautions you take, unexpected things could happen on the road and derail your fun. If you find yourself in an accident and you are injured, here are top tips on how to deal with the situation: Get to a hospital Getting to a hospital and having yourself checked out is the first order of business, says the Thrillist. If you’re traveling with a group
Make travel easier for your loved ones. If your parents are traveling abroad or coming home for treatment, then hiring the services of an emergency flight nurse is a must. Read on to understand why: Offer much needed assistance If your parents are hurt on vacation and they need to get home for treatment or if they’ve already received treatment and are now in recovery, then they might not be up to boarding a plane