HopeHealth Cares Every Step of the Way
Our compassionate, experienced caregivers bring comfort, respect, and a personal touch to every service we provide.
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.
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.
Grief & the holidays: Practical advice when you have experienced the loss of a loved one
If you’ve lost a loved one, your grief may feel particularly intense around the holidays. Here are tips to get through the season.
Hospice program honors 92-year-old veteran for military service
Over his military career, “Buzz” Tilton flew everything from fighter jets to transport planes. At age 92, his community and hospice team honored him with a veteran pinning ceremony.
Healing at home: Meet a home care physical therapist
It takes years of training to become a physical therapist. It also takes a lot of compassion. Meet one of our own, from HopeHealth’s home care team.
The role of spiritual care in mental wellness
Spiritual care is about the whole self: body, mind and spirit. At the end of life, it can play a powerful role in mental health and well-being.
How to Talk About Death With a Child or Teen Who’s Near the End of Life
Kids and teens who are seriously ill often need to talk through their thoughts, questions and fears about death. Here’s how to create a safe space for them.
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.