Finding beauty in something that oftentimes comes with so much stress and hardship can completely go over our heads, but let’s stop to think about this for a moment.  Stopping in his tracks to notice frozen droplets glimmering on a leaf in the wintertime, or watching the wind rippling through a puddle, exclaiming that ‘it looks like waves in the ocean!’.  Seeing ‘rainbows’ on bubbles or putting his face right next to mine because he’s staring at the reflection of the TV through the lenses of my glasses. Then there’s the look of sheer joy on his face when a strong gust of wind blows through the trees so they sway back and forth.  I’m seeing the world through my child’s eyes and it’s beautiful to me,” writes Stephanie of Autism Journey about her autistic son and the joy of his beautiful lens. 

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Post-hospitalization, recovering from a car accident or surgery—SYNERGY HomeCare home care ensures a speedy recovery, reducing the risk of caregiver handing glass of h2o to senior woman soshe can take her medicinereadmission.

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According to the US Census Bureau, over 50 million people are age 65 or older.  That’s a lot of seniors and even more potential senior isolation.

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