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Starting hospice care: What families coping with dementia should know
HopeHealth’s Circle of Love Dementia Care offers specialized care and resources for hospice patients with dementia and their families. Here’s what families should know about how and when a loved one is ready for hospice.
What were the top 5 stories of HopeHealth’s 2021 blog?
HopeHealth recaps its top 5 most popular blog stories of 2021. Topics included family love and empathy, end-of-life spiritual questions, the science of hospice care, pandemic myths and the nursing profession.
5 ways to help your child cope when a loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia
Children and teens struggle with complex emotions when a loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia. A HopeHealth grief counselor offers parents guidance for parents to help their children cope.
The healing power of a Barbie Christmas card
A silly holiday card, exchanged between two households for 26 years, has becomes an unlikely source of grief support.
Caring virtually: How telehealth helps home care patients stay safe at home
Home care patients manage chronic conditions, gain peace of mind and avoid hospitalization by learning to measure their own vital signs and check in with telehealth and remote monitoring nurse.
Why it’s never too soon to ask about hospice or palliative care
There’s an ideal time to ask about hospice or palliative care if you or a loved one has a life-limiting illness. Learn when it is and what to look for.
Why kindness counts for home care aides
A certified nursing assistant shares why she loves working in home care as she approaches her 25th anniversary with HopeHealth Community VNA.
How palliative care nurse practitioners help patients and families make informed decisions
What does a palliative care nurse practitioner do? HopeHealth’s team of palliative care consultants help patients and families understand the prognosis and make informed decisions about their care. It all starts with active listening.
Hospice chaplain: How embracing spirituality brings comfort at end of life
A hospice chaplain reveals how he guides end-of-life spiritual discussions and brings comfort to patients and families of all faiths and beliefs.