hospice

Special educational program on End of Life Care

Wednesday, November 2, 10:00 am to 12:00 noon Sponsored by Capital Caring, Insight Memory Care Center, and the Parkinson Social Network. As the end of life approaches, it can be a very difficult time to deal with the variety of emotions, while still coordinating care for a loved one. In honor of Hospice Month, please […]

It’s still a good idea – more about hospice

How often have you said, “I wish I’d known that!” especially when it comes to your health or lifestyle choices? I’ve heard it many times, and said it a few times myself, so I hope that the information I’m presenting to you here in this blog will spare you a few “I wish I’d known […]

It started off as a good idea

The concept of hospice, to care for a terminally ill people, has been around since the 11th century and hospice as we know it today, is still very much the same. When a patient’s prognosis is terminal, palliative (rather than curative) care is provided to relieve the patient’s suffering either in an inpatient facility or […]

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