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Our compassionate, experienced caregivers bring comfort, respect, and a personal touch to every service we provide.
Change a Life - Become a Hospice Volunteer
Embark on a profoundly rewarding journey by becoming a hospice volunteer with HopeHealth in Massachusetts. Your compassion and presence can bring comfort and solace to individuals and families when time matters most.
Tips for coping with grief on Valentine’s Day
Valentine’s Day is often full of memories, which can bring on intense feelings of loss. If you’re grieving, here are tips to get through the day.
The reason I do this: How a hospice volunteer finds his purpose
When Phil saw the ad for hospice volunteers in Massachusetts, he wasn’t sure if a guy like him could help. But he knew he wanted to try.
10 ways to manage stress in winter
There’s a reason you’re more vulnerable to stress in winter. Luckily, there are also simple ways to lift the winter blues — including tiny changes you can start today.
12 music activities & tips for someone with dementia
If your loved one has dementia, music can be a powerful tool to connect with them, calm them, and support their activities of daily living.
How do palliative social workers help people living with serious illness?
For people living with a serious illness, palliative care social workers help with everything from day-to-day stressors to big-picture decisions.
B.U.R.N. I.T.: Simple reminders to stop caregiver burnout
Through our palliative care fellowship, a nursing student explored the causes of caregiver burnout, and how to stop it before it starts.
How a theater workshop helps kids and teens navigate grief
With the help of two professional actors, kids and teens at Camp BraveHeart tapped into the power of theater to navigate grief.
Home-based palliative care helps patients with advanced illness
HopeHealth’s Advanced Illness program provides palliative care to patients in the later stages of serious illness — right in the comfort of home.
By Judy’s side: A husband’s perspective on hospice
When Judy was diagnosed with dementia, the doctor suggested hospice. “It the best thing that we have done,” says her husband, Frank. “Hospice is not what I thought it was.”