Kids coping with grief can find comfort and peace at HopeHealth's Camp BraveHeart, which is taking place virtually this year August 17 - 20 through Zoom. This free camp will include daily virtual sessions such as art, music, peer group support, an interactive animal program and remembrance ceremony.
Finding hope while raising a sick child: pediatric palliative care for children
HopeHealth’s palliative care providers help the Oliveira family avoid burnout and maintain hope while caring for a 2-year-old with a severe health condition.
GQ magazine shines national spotlight on HopeHealth hospice and palliative care physician
Our medical fellow, Dr. Leah McDonald, reveals how pandemic conditions affect hospice and palliative care. Look inside the partnership of HopeHealth and the Warren Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
Summer Remembrance 2020 keynote speaker: “How hospice brought me peace”
A Rhode Island businessman and town councilor credits hospice care and grief support in helping him become a better father—in this preview of HopeHealth’s 2020 summer remembrance event.
Grief during coronavirus COVID-19: how to recognize it and cope
Feelings of grief in times of crisis are valid and worthy of attention, even when no one has died. Our grief counselor explains the complex emotions of the coronavirus pandemic, and how you can cope.
Mother’s Day story: on hospice and unexpected gifts
HopeHealth CEO Diana Franchitto reflects on her mother’s last month of life under the skilled, compassionate care of hospice providers. “Every day was true living,” Diana shares in this Mother’s Day tribute.
A hospice nurse reveals life on the front line of coronavirus
A hospice nurse in Rhode Island shares how frontline workers are going above and beyond to care for patients in the coronavirus COVID-19 crisis.
Meet Kit and Ken: wife-husband team and hospice volunteers
Celebrating National Volunteer Month: A couple enriches their marriage post-retirement by bringing love and laughter to hospice patients and families.
Dementia caregivers: How to protect your loved one during coronavirus COVID-19
From hand-washing reminder notes to virtual family dinners, here are creative ways for dementia caregivers to keep themselves and loved ones safe during the coronavirus COVID-19 situation.
The gift of peace: Five things you don’t know about hospice social workers
Asking for help from a social worker when your loved one is on hospice could be the greatest gift to you and your family. Learn the surprising ways they help in our latest blog.