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March 21, 2023

Need summer child care? Start looking now

Are you ready for the summer child care schedule? When thinking about summer child care for your school-age children, it can be a bit stressful and costly. Many parents greet this time of the year with excitement and a bit of anxiety. There tends to be a lot of juggling to create a reliable summer child care plan. Finding the right summer options will require some intentional planning and focused time.

October 27, 2022

FSA debit cards now usable at all UK Retail Pharmacies

We have great news for employees with a health care flexible spending account or health savings account! You can now use the debit card that comes with your FSA or HSA at all UK Retail Pharmacies and UK Retail Pharmacy Mail Order. For quick reference, to request a prescription refill and for UKHC Pharmacy locations go to UK Retail Pharmacies. You can also reach any of the retail pharmacy locations by calling 833-333-UKRx (8579).

August 09, 2021

Living with dementia: Uncovering unmet wants and needs

Have you ever completely blanked on a name or couldn’t find the right words to say? It’s embarrassing, frustrating and a bit scary. These are everyday occurrences for someone living with dementia. Over time, those with dementia lose their words and can’t tell others what they want or need. Why meeting unmet needs is important

July 13, 2021

The Infertility Journey

  Some people have no idea how to respond to a person that shares they are experiencing infertility. If you are a parent that had no issues conceiving, this is a foreign concept to you. If you are a person that is childless by choice you can nod with empathy, but you may not understand the emotional toll infertility has on the person that is trying to conceive. This is where empathy and compassion are our friend. We can be kind and respect where people are on their infertility journey.