28 Jun Hospice Care: Sooner is Better

Sooner is better "I only wish I had contacted hospice care for my loved one sooner." -Hospice patient family member This is a common feeling expressed by family members. Over our years of caring for patients with terminal and life-limiting illnesses, we've heard it many times. And...

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23 Apr 3 Ways to Avoid Caregiver Burnout

Caregivers are heroes If you're a caregiver for a hospice patient, Alzheimer's patient, or anyone with long-term needs, you are a true hero. You sacrifice in ways many others do not understand. Yes, it's rewarding, but it can also be very taxing emotionally as well as...

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27 Mar Are You Storm-Ready?

Spring is Here! Spring is here! That means different things to different people. For kids it means more hours playing outside. For families it may mean planning a vacation. But for all of us, it means getting ready for storms! Spring storms can present problems for anyone,...

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15 Jan 5 Ways to Avoid Falls For Seniors

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the number one cause of injury-related deaths among elderly Americans is falling. In winter, we often think of falling on snow and ice, and that's very important to watch out for. However, most injury-causing falls happen...

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