National Autism Month

This April we proudly commemorate National Autism Month! We celebrate the resilience of those with autism and applaud their unique talents! During this month we want to create better awareness, to inform and encourage communities to celebrate differences, and become more inclusive of individuals with autism. This year, the theme is ‘Inclusion in the Workplace: Challenges and Opportunities in a Post-Pandemic World.’

Autism Awareness Month, is a nationwide effort started by the Autism Society. Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. It is reported that approximately 1 in 54 children in the U.S. is diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and indicates that genetics are involved for the cause in the vast majority of cases. Early intervention affords the best opportunity to support healthy development including, improve learning, communication and social skills, as well as underlying cerebral development. Many children affected by autism also benefit from other interventions such as speech and occupational therapy. Research demonstrates that job activities that encourage independence reduce autism symptoms and increase daily living skills.

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World Health Day

World Health Day marks the anniversary of the World Health Organization. The WHO uses their anniversary not only as a day of celebration, but as an opportunity to highlight a current global health priority. Health is not just about physical well-being but also about the mental and social aspects. A person is said to be healthy if he/she possesses all three. According to the WHO, health is central to human happiness and well-being. It also makes an important contribution to economic progress, as healthy populations live longer and are more productive.

Millions of people around the world are prey to many terrible diseases. Therefore, to raise awareness about the overall health and well-being of people across the globe every year World Health Day is celebrated.

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National Physicians Week

March 25th to 31st marks National Physicians Week. This week long celebration is to acknowledge and appreciate all Physicians around the world for all the hard work they do to drastically improve the duration and quality of life for everyone. Let’s all take a moment to honor these hardworking heroes, who are devoted to keeping us and our loved ones healthy. Physician appreciation is also symbolized by a red carnation, so be sure to bring one to your favorite doctor this week!

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World Tuberculosis Day

World Tuberculosis Day is commemorated annually to raise public awareness about the global devastation caused to millions owing to Tuberculosis (TB). Public campaigns aim to help create this global outreach successful in an effort to end TB. Observing World Tuberculosis Day is especially critical today given the wide spread COVID-19 pandemic.

TB remains one of the world’s deadliest infectious killers. According to WHO, each day, nearly 4000 lives are lost to TB and close to 28,000 people fall ill with this preventable and curable disease. In 2019 alone 10,000,000 people fell ill due to TB, out of which 1, 400,000 lives were lost.

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Brain Injury Awareness Month

March is Brain Injury Awareness Month.
Every year it brings awareness and provides support for individuals suffering from traumatic brain injuries. Every 9 seconds, someone sustains a brain injury.
At least 2.5 million people sustain brain injuries in the U.S. each year, and 50,000 die as a result.
More than 3.5 million children and adults have acquired brain injury (ABI) a year and live with brain injury-related disabilities.
This year’s theme for brain injury month aims to de-stigmatize brain injuries through outreach within the brain injury community and empower those who are survivors of brain injury and their caregivers.


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International Women’s Day

International Women’s Day is commemorated worldwide in honor of the historic journey all women have embarked to accomplish. The first women’s Day was celebrated in 1911, spearhead by Clara Zetkin from Germany. It is now a celebrated globally on March 8th of every year.

We are proud and grateful for the strong and courageous women in our lives, our workplaces and communities. Thank you for always safeguarding our health, comforting us when times have been hard, and for all the amazing work done for the healthcare industry. Medical care would be impossible without women! Thank you!

The theme for this year’s International Women’s Day is #ChooseToChallenge, indicating that a “challenged world is an alert world, and from challenge comes change”. To all the beautiful women who are fierce and uplift up one another Happy Women’s Day!

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National Employee Appreciation Day

On Employee Appreciation Day, we would like to appreciate and spotlight all hardworking healthcare heroes who dedicate their time and skill to our seniors. Their exceptional commitment to the company and the safety of our community does not go unnoticed.


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National Social Work Month

National social work month is here and we at Windsor Estates want to say thank you to all who give their heart, soul, and time to make positive and impactful changes to the lives of many individuals, families, and entire communities. Let’s honor and celebrate all social workers for their important contributions.

Every day about 68,2000 social workers across the nation work ardently acting as advocates to enhance the well-being of others.

Let’s say thank you to the bravery and care for the courage and dedication they continue to possess during covid times.

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