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Caregiver Confidence Series
If you’re caring for a loved one with a life-limiting illness, you may be navigating challenges you never imagined, and looking for answers to questions that are hard to ask. Starting this summer, you can sign up for free educational workshops with experts who can help. The 90-minute virtual workshops are free and open to the public. Like all of HopeHealth’s educational programming, they’re also live, interactive and taught by leaders in the field. The courses are available in both English and Spanish.
5 ways physical therapy empowers patients
From learning to live safely with a chronic condition to getting back to 100% after an injury, physical therapy builds patients’ strength, skills — and confidence.
Activities to prepare your child for the death of a loved one
Kids with a parent, sibling or loved one on hospice need help coping with anticipatory grief, and preparing for what’s ahead. These activities can help.
A matter of wellness: Why health workers need a Professional Pause
Healthcare work is a special calling, with unique emotional demands. To support employees, HopeHealth launched Professional Pause. These monthly “well-being debriefings” use a simple, powerful technique to prevent burnout.
In the halls of Hulitar: An inpatient hospice nurse opens up
An inpatient hospice nurse opens up about his experiences at Hulitar Hospice Center, and what it means for patients and their families spending their final moments together.
What to expect from hospice care? A South County volunteer tells her story
Joy, comfort, connection: In 10 years as a HopeHealth volunteer, Dace Krasts of South County, RI, has seen the many sides of hospice care.
Connected, even after death: Where to put your love when you’ve lost someone special
When you’ve lost someone special, your love for them continues. Where can you put that love? A grief expert shares ways to heal and feel connected after a death.
How to plan meaningful activities for someone living with dementia
If your loved one is living with dementia, meaningful activities can help them feel connected, engaged and valued. Here are tips and ideas to get you started.
South County spotlight: After personal loss, a grief counselor finds her calling
When Marsha Ireland was 36, she lost her husband and the father of her young children. In the wake of that loss, she found her calling as a grief counselor.
From a dementia caregiver: 3 lessons that changed everything
Caring for a loved one with dementia can often feel isolating – but you’re not alone. A dementia caregiver shares his top three pieces of advice, one caregiver to another.