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How physical therapy can help home care patients
Physical therapists and physical therapy assistants who work in home health care help their patients develop strength and endurance. To honor their contributions to improving lives, October is National Physical Therapy Month.
How signs may help those who are grieving stay connected to loved ones
Signs from a loved one who has died can be a normal part of grieving. Here are 5 stories of signs that brought comfort and healing.
Physician reveals: Getting the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant
HopeHealth physician Rebecca MacDonnell-Yilmaz, MD, MPH, writes about her experience getting the COVID-19 vaccine while pregnant.
The surprising truth: Some patients live longer on hospice care
Carole thought her brother had weeks left to live after a serious illness. Then he started hospice and lived five more months. Learn why.
LGBTQ grief support: Journey through love, loss, and renewed hope
LGBTQ grief support group attendee shares about complicated grief and how support groups help.
Hospice aide bonds with patient over shared love of NY Yankees
HopeHealth’s Director of Clinical Outreach Services shares her personal experience of hospice: when a hospice aide cared for her dad.
6 ways to help you heal after the loss of a parent
Losing a parent can be a complicated grief journey. For Father’s Day, HopeHealth Grief Counselor Diane Lambert offers some advice to help you heal.
Q&A: Hospice aide Audrey Thomas goes above and beyond with care
The role of a hospice aide is so vital at end of life. Read how Audrey Thomas, CNA, helps patients and families make the most of every day.
Memorial donations express love, support community
Edye De Marco’s choice to name HopeHealth a beneficiary of in lieu of flowers donations in memory of her husband made a lasting impact.