Get to know Licensed Practical Nurse, Beverly J. Slemmer, who serves patients in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
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(YorkPedia Editorial):- New York City, Jan 27, 2020 (Issuewire.com) – Beverly is a licensed practical nurse who specializes in medical-surgical nursing, rehabilitation, clinical research, and home care. She is the Co-Owner and Operator of A Day With My Friends, LLC in Langhorne, Pennsylvania.
A Day With My Friends, LLC evolved with the growing need for day programs that serve young adults with disabilities, including autism, cerebral palsy, epilepsy, Down syndrome, and other developmental or physical disabilities. The nurses working there have cared for bright, active young persons whose lives could be enriched by being with friends. Their belief is that everyone needs a place to go every day, to be with friends, to socialize, to be a part of the community, to live “Everyday Lives”.
Having always dreamed of owning her own practice to help people on a daily basis, Beverly has worked with special needs clients for 10 years. She understands the need for programs specifically designed for disabled adults age 18-59.
Back in 1993, she earned her nursing degree from Bucks County Technical School in Fairless Hills, Pennsylvania.
A licensed practical nurse (LPN) provides routine care for the sick or injured. They work under the supervision of doctors and registered nurses, performing duties such as taking vital signs, collecting samples, administering medication, ensuring patient comfort, and reporting the status of their patients to the nurses.
LPNs are generally hired in smaller settings, such as nursing homes, home health environments, and rehabilitation centers. They must be skilled in balancing care for patients and completing practical daily administrative tasks.
Learn More about Beverly J. Slemmer:
Through her online profile, https://todaysnurse.org/network/index.php?do=/4145298/info/ or through A Day With My Friends, LLC, https://www.adaywithmyfriends.org/our-staff
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