Advanced Bio Treatment Receives A+ Rating from Better Business Bureau

ABT awarded BBB accreditation Indicating the business has committed to meet certain principles of creating and maintaining trust August 29, 2016 – Advanced Bio Treatment is proud to announce it has met the accreditation standards required by the Better Business Bureau for membership with the organization. ABT knows that finding the right biohazard cleanup company can be difficult and by receiving the seal of accreditation from the BBB, Advanced Bio Treatment hopes to help potential customers feel comfortable when choosing them in their time of need. The BBB seal helps ensure that customers understand who ABT is, the core values held by ABT, and the very high ethical standards enforced by the Better Business Bureau. Being affiliated with the BBB verifies that ABT is part of the elite biohazard cleanup companies in the United States that not only supports the BBB's services, but it shows that ABT also subscribes to the idea that ethical business is good business…

High Risk of Unattended Death: Summer Safety Tips to Prevent Hyperthermia

The blazing weather of summer brings special dangers to everyone who enjoys the outdoors, specifically the elderly, who run a risk of unattended death. However, high temperatures during heatwaves can even cause problems indoors when people fail to take the proper precautions. The elderly are especially at risk for hyperthermia in hot weather, because their bodies may not be able to adjust to the heat stress efficiently. Caregivers should take particular attention to provide proper hydration for their elders when a heat advisory warns of unusually high temperatures for the day, and they should be ready to provide fluids and cooler temperatures whenever heat-related symptoms threaten these individuals, to avoid the possibility of medical problems or worse, the risk of unattended death. The Dangers of Hot Weather Working, playing or simply moving around during periods of high temperatures can subject individuals to increased temperature stress. The human body can adjust…

How to Discuss the Topic of Death with Your Children

How to Discuss Death with Children Death is a difficult subject especially when try to discuss death with children. It is an unavoidable part of life and it is inevitable that you will have to discuss death with your children at some point. Opening up the subject for discussion will help them when they are upset about the loss of a grandparent or loved one. Parents should support their communication by being open, honest, at ease with their emotions. Paying attention when their children open up. You may be surprised by how informed your children are about suicide and death. Children read about death in fairy tales, role-play death in school, and even watch it in cartoons. They don't putt much thought to it and without knowing that it is a normal part of life. The Child's Timeline of Understanding Death The most important thing to remember when trying to talk to your children about death is…