Author Archives: Louise Savoie
What Is the Family’s Role in Hospice Care?
Hearing the news of your loved one getting diagnosed with a terminal illness is hard for everyone. But in order to help your loved one cope, you have to be strong for them, at least until their final moments. You may be considering hospice care to help reduce their pain and suffering but it leaves … Continue reading
Ambulation and Mobility: Keys to Expedite Recovery
Has your loved one recently undergone surgery? If so, it’s time for them to start receiving thorough post-hospitalization care from a team of specialists to enhance their recovery. At Beacon Hospice Care, we know what is needed to maintain our patients’ comfort and well-being following their stay in the hospital. We ensure that if they … Continue reading
Things You Need to Know About Palliative Care
Palliative care is a medical support system focusing on people with serious illnesses managing symptoms, concerns, and preferences. It aims to improve your loved ones and your family’s quality of life. Palliative care can be provided at home, in nursing homes, or a hospice care in Ontario, California. Palliative care can be offered at any … Continue reading
Hospice Care Can Improve Your Loved One’s Mental Health
Learning about serious illnesses or life-threatening diseases can increase a person’s risk for depression and anxiety. This is true for both the patient and their families. Due to this, Hospice Care in Ontario, California provides symptom management focus and improves the patient’s quality of life through comprehensive methods. Beacon Hospice Care, as a provider of … Continue reading
Benefits of Bereavement Support Services
Bereavement support is a program provided to family members who have lost a loved one. Grief is not easy to manage. That is why support services are provided to help them cope with the loss. It is important to have the right support during this difficult time. You don’t have to go through this alone. … Continue reading
How Can Palliative Care Benefit an Ailing Loved One?
Also known as comfort care, the goal of palliative care is to provide specialized medical care for patients living with serious illnesses. This type of care covers a broader scope than hospice care, and it can also last longer. It is more common for people who have been diagnosed with cancer or have suffered heart … Continue reading