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Virtual Fundraising Event: Spring Break
Join us for a virtual event to benefit HopeHealth Community VNA's Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Program on Wednesday, May 18 at 4:30 p.m.! The event will be hosted by Maria Stephanos, anchor of Boston’s WCVB Channel 5 and The 10 O'Clock News on MeTV Boston.
From the ER to home care: A HopeHealth cardiac nurse shares her journey
In honor of Nurses Week, we spotlight Trish Diorio, cardiac nurse specialist for HopeHealth Visiting Nurse. “The whole reason you go into nursing,” says Trish, “is to make a difference.”
With volunteer’s help, hospice patient shares her legacy
Hospice volunteers share their unique gifts and personal touch to make a difference for patients. For Erin Hazlett and 96-year-old Ruth Rotenberg, simple companionship turned into a legacy project.
This can help when a loved one won’t eat or drink at end of life
Here’s what you should know when your loved one no longer wants to eat or drink while receiving hospice care.
Peer debriefing: We now pause to support each other
A new initiative brings HopeHealth clinical care teams together to talk about difficult cases they are encountering and to support each other.
What hospice care can do for advanced cardiac patients
Hospice care helps patients with heart failure avoid trips to the emergency room. Learn how this Medicare-covered benefit helps provide an extra layer of support to improve quality of life for people with advanced cardiac disease.
Sharing love after loss: Widower writes book to help his grandchildren with grief
Guy Marini was inspired by what he learned from participating in a HopeHealth grief support group. So he wrote a children’s book about grief to honor his late wife’s memory and comfort his two grandchildren.
Starting hospice care: What families coping with dementia should know
HopeHealth’s Circle of Love Dementia Care offers specialized care and resources for hospice patients with dementia and their families. Here’s what families should know about how and when a loved one is ready for hospice.
What were the top 5 stories of HopeHealth’s 2021 blog?
HopeHealth recaps its top 5 most popular blog stories of 2021. Topics included family love and empathy, end-of-life spiritual questions, the science of hospice care, pandemic myths and the nursing profession.
5 ways to help your child cope when a loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia
Children and teens struggle with complex emotions when a loved one has Alzheimer’s or dementia. A HopeHealth grief counselor offers parents guidance for parents to help their children cope.