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The Five Senses of Caring

Sharing a person’s final days, weeks or months of life may be difficult. During this time, the people we love need our support and care. Sometimes it is helpful to know what to expect and how we can better communicate with the person who is facing this unique time in...

Home & Patient Environmental Safety

The following information is specifically for patients and families living in a residential home or assisted living facility. Electrical Safety To prevent fires Cords must not be placed beneath furniture or rugs. Replace frayed cords. Extension cords must not be...

Managing Common Symptoms

Hospice patients can experience many kinds of symptoms such as: pain, restlessness/agitation, confusion/delirium, lethargy/weakness, shortness of breath, and nausea/vomiting. Our doctors and nurses are committed to working with each patient, family and primary doctor...

Caregiver Tips

During our lifetime, many of us become caregivers. We’re often driven by a sense of obligation – but on a deeper level, caring for our loved ones demonstrates the love, gratitude and honor we feel toward them. Many caregivers believe that the role has...

Advance Directives

Making your Wishes Known You make choices on a daily basis. Perhaps one of the most important choices facing you is your choice for future health care. Who decides when enough is enough? You Do. (Download printable brochure, Having the Conversation) What if the...

Paying for Care

Medicare, Medicaid and Other Insurance Many of our hospice services are covered by Medicare, Medicaid and private insurance companies. When that is not possible – we’re here for you. Our services are available to anyone in our community regardless of ability to pay...