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Palliative Care vs. Hospice Care

May 16, 2019

Assisted living facilities exist to provide a safe and caring environment for those who can no longer care for themselves due to old age, disability, or disease. Both palliative and hospice care aim to provide comfort and relaxation to people suffering from serious illness, but are distinctive in that they provide their services at different […]

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Getting Ready for Hospice Care

May 7, 2019

The end of one’s life is often challenging for everyone involved. It is a time of reflection and, inevitably, of anxiety. Though no one wants to think about the prospect of leaving this life behind, it is essential to plan to ensure that one’s end-of-life care is handled with respect and dignity. Today we’re going […]

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What is Pain Management?

January 16, 2019

Not all illnesses have a cure and for those that endure chronic pain, the future may seem rather dim. However, there is a branch of medicine known as “pain management” and this branch works to help patients improve their quality of life by addressing their pain. Today we’re going to talk about pain management, who […]

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Important Questions to Ask Before They’re Gone

December 18, 2018

Planning for the end of your loved one’s life is incredibly difficult, but it is an important part of life. If your loved one is in hospice, then the need is even greater. Before they’re gone, there are a few questions that need answers and though this conversation will be hard, it’s far better to […]

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Better Understanding Hospice

October 11, 2018

Hospice is a very important decision that may come at the end of your loved one’s life. It may be the most difficult decision you ever make, so today we’re going to be talking about it today in a little more depth. The goal here being so you can understand hospice a little more before […]

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What is Palliative Care?

June 22, 2017

Palliative care is often used as a synonym to hospice and typically refers to a person’s end-of-life care. Palliative care doesn’t particularly focus on curing a patient’s illness; the diagnosis is commonly too severe and the illness incurable. Instead, palliative care focuses on improving your loved one’s quality of life as opposed to attempting ways […]

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When is Hospice Care Required?

October 18, 2016

Hospice care isn’t for everyone, but it is very advantageous to those who need it. Hospice care workers do their best to eliminate chronic pain in patients, as well as tend to their emotional and spiritual needs when they are suffering from a serious or terminal illness. So when is hospice care a requirement? When […]

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What is Hospice Care?

February 16, 2016

At some point in our lives, almost all of us come to know of hospice care one way or another. Maybe we have a relative who received hospice care, or maybe we saw it mentioned in a brochure in a doctor’s office. But until we actually need hospice care for ourselves or for our loved […]

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