Prevea Health in Rice Lake to offer audiology care: Prevea Health is now offering audiology care in Rice Lake at the Prevea Rice Lake Health Center, 1051 West Ave.
Audiology care in Rice Lake is provided by Dr. Shawna Lee. A Doctor of Audiology, Lee provides pediatric and adult hearing care; occupational hearing testing; cochlear implant programming services; vestibular evaluations; ototoxicity monitoring; hearing aid evaluations, fittings, modifications and repairs; tinnitus and hyperacusis evaluation and management; and custom ear protection.
Aging & Disability Resource Center offering bladder/bowel workshop: Workshop meets for three two-hour sessions, every other week, Thursday, Aug. 27, Sept. 10 and 24 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.The “Mind Over Matter: Healthy Bowels, Healthy Bladder” online workshop is designed to give women the tools they need to take control of their bladder and bowel symptoms. Class limited to 10 women. Advanced registration required at least one week prior to class www.adrcevents.org or contact Aging & Disability Resource Center at 715-839-4735 or 888-338-4636.
HSHS, Prevea say talk to kids about wearing a mask: One of the most effective ways to help your child become more comfortable with wearing a mask is by being a role model. When you also wear a mask, and do so with a positive attitude, your child is likely to follow your lead, according to HSHS hospitals and Prevea Health.
Children under age 2 should not wear a mask due to suffocation and choking hazards. In addition, parents of children with cognitive or respiratory impairments should use caution with masks for their children.
Other tips for getting kids to wear face masks include: Looking in the mirror with your child while you each wear a mask and talk about it; finding a face covering your child can put on and take off themselves; putting a mask on a favorite stuffed animal; decorating the child’s masks so they’re more personalized and fun; and practicing wearing the mask at home to help your child get used to it.
From staff reports