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The Difference Between Hospice Care and Palliative Care

Most people mistake hospice care and Palliative Care as being the same. Many think these care services have the same function and that palliative care is just another term for hospice care or vice versa. Thus, we want to help you know the differences between the two in various categories. Treatment and comfort. The primary … Continue reading

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How to Enhance the Quality of Life of Hospice Patients

Patients who have terminal illness need comfort, care, and compassion. That is why it is the duty of caregivers and their family members to prioritize in improving their quality life so will be comfortable despite during their final days. Here are some ways that you can do to enhance the quality of life of your … Continue reading

Signs of Loved Ones Ready for Hospice Care

Aging is a natural process of life. However, the changes that come with aging can be overwhelming for a lot of seniors. This can be one reason why they don’t always speak up about what they truly feel. Noticing our loved ones’ health declining can be both intimidating and worrisome. But the sooner we find … Continue reading

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Introducing Our Bereavement Support

Bereavement support is the assistance given to the grieving family members after the passing of their loved one to help them navigate their emotions and process their loss. Along with palliative care, this type of support is especially important because processing a loss is always different for everyone. There are some who can cope a … Continue reading

How to Choose the Right Palliative Care Provider for Your Senior

Being recommended for palliative care does not mean near is death or that it will hasten death; in fact, it seeks to improve the quality of life for both patients and their families. This is possible because unlike hospice care in Ontario, California, or elsewhere, that begins after the treatment of the disease is stopped … Continue reading

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Essential Tips to Communicate With Terminally Ill Patients

Initiating a conversation with terminally ill loved ones is not an easy feat. However, death is an event that we have to accept, no matter how much we dread the possibility. If you have loved ones who are terminally ill, now is the best time to communicate with them openly about death. How? Check out … Continue reading