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Support for the dementia journey: 4 programs for patients and caregivers
“I wish I had done this sooner.” We hear this a lot from dementia caregivers. They say it when they see their loved one’s face light up for a respite visitor. They say it when they learn a new way to soothe challenging behavior. They say it when they discover a community who truly understands Read More
“Make the most of every moment”: Neil’s story
Diagnosed with terminal brain cancer, 19-year-old Neil chose to embrace life in every moment. By sharing his experience with hospice, his family hopes he can help others do the same.
What palliative care means for liver disease
When you’re living with liver disease, extra support can make all the difference. That’s the idea behind palliative care. It’s an additional layer of care to help you navigate the unique challenges of your diagnosis. “We want to be sure that throughout the course of your illness, your symptoms are well managed and your quality Read More
Talking about my dad: A daughter’s tribute
A young woman shares her experience with sudden loss, grief, and healing. “It is almost impossible to understand what grief is like until it happens to you,” she says.
In sickness and in health: Joanne and Ron’s story
As a long-time nurse, Joanne took care of countless people. At the end of her life, her husband and hospice team were honored to take care of her.
He lost both his parents. Now, he’ll help kids and teens heal at Camp BraveHeart.
After losing both parents within just a few months, Jay needed help coping with his grief. Now, he’ll help kids and teens cope with theirs.
What palliative care means for Alzheimer’s and dementia
For people living with Alzheimer’s or another dementia, palliative care means extra support for quality of life — theirs, and their family’s.
How does dementia feel? A new training builds understanding & empathy
It’s one thing to witness dementia in someone you care for. It’s another to experience it, even briefly, for yourself. That’s where the Virtual Dementia Tour comes in.
Belong, understand, heal: Join our LGBTQ+ Grief Support Group
For LGBTQ+ people, grief is often layered with additional stress and loss. Our LGBTQ+ Grief Support Group is a safe, inclusive place to heal.