“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
From free respite care to expert advice, here’s how the Alzheimer’s Disease Assistance Program is helping two Massachusetts families — and how it could help yours.
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.
Sometimes even Santa has a wish for the holiday season. Learn the inspiring story of how HopeHealth’s team helped one patient once again play the role he was made for: Santa Claus.
When time matters most, what defines quality end-of-life care for people with life-limiting illness? The answer is not so simple. Dr. Vinay Rao, palliative care physician for HopeHealth, explains.
Read the inspiring story of how hospice helped one Rhode Island couple accomplish what they most wanted: to stay together.
Advance directives help you express what matters most to you at the end of life. Learn why it’s so important to let your loved ones and doctors know your wishes.
February is National Heart Month, a great time to remind people living with heart disease of important ways to stay safe and comfortable at home.