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Ways to Help Seniors Stay Positive

Staying positive is a hard thing to do. Especially when problems are unceasingly chasing us wherever we go. Having a positive outlook in life may be harder to do for the elderly. That is why many seniors struggle with depression. Helping them cope with their sadness, loneliness, and depressive states can bring them a sense … Continue reading

Hospice Care: Do You Need It?

Opting for hospice care is never an easy decision. For most people, it may seem like giving up on a family member’s health condition, but in reality, it provides for a smoother transition into their twilight years. Hospice care lets them live their final years in dignity and wellness instead of a constant panic of … Continue reading

Looking for the Right Hospice Care Program

Hospice and palliative care are sensitive matters. The family of the terminally ill needs to look for care that can provide for the medical and non-medical needs of the patient. The financial factor should also be weighed in, as well as the services included in it. As a leading provider of palliative and hospice nursing … Continue reading

Things a Visiting Hospice Nurse Can Help You With

Taking care of a terminally-ill loved one can take a physical and emotional toll on a family caregiver. Having someone who can help is important to ensure that the patient is in good hands and also to allow the family caregiver to have some rest. A visiting hospice nurse can help by providing the following … Continue reading

What Hospice or Palliative Care Can Help You With

Hospice care entails taking care of someone with a terminal illness typically at their place of residence; this is delivered by hospice providers. Palliative care, on the other hand, is caring for people with a serious illness who have been diagnosed by the doctors to only have a short time to live, often attended to … Continue reading

Little Steps to Grief Recovery

Grief is a natural response to loss. When we lose a loved one, going through grief might be too difficult that we sometimes feel that it is impossible. While in the process, we might even feel guilty thinking that if only we have provided them better palliative care, they would still be with us. Again, … Continue reading