Accredited Hospices of America discusses Home Health care vs Hospice care

Contact: Debbie Mosbacher 832.408.7999 October 14, 2015 There is a difference between the emphases each industry has. Hospice focuses on the quality of life and patient comfort. Hospice has the experience and specialization in pain and symptom management as well as support management as will as support services providing counseling and education. Home health generally...
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Accredited Hospices of America receives gold seal of approval

June 12, 2015 Contact: Debbie Mosbacher 832.408.7999 debbie@accreditedhospicesofamerica.com ACCREDITED HOSPICES OF AMERICA AWARDED GOLD SEAL OF APPROVAL FROM THE JOINT COMMISSION HOUSTON, TX, JUNE 12, 2015, Accredited Hospices of America today announced that it has earned The Joint Commission’s Gold Seal of Approval® for Hospice Accreditation by demonstrating continuous compliance with its performance standards. The...
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It’s Okay to Ask for Help

How Do I Know if I Need Help? One of the biggest hurdles many family caregivers face is reaching out for help. Between knowing what to ask, when to ask, and whom to ask – taking such action can be challenging. Whether due to uncertainty, reluctance or refusal, not reaching out for help can eventually...
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Why People Are Afraid of Hospice

Hospice is not a place. It is a different kind of care. It is comfort care for people who are expected to die within six months or less. This prognosis is determined by a physician. Hospice has many benefits for people who need end-of-life care. A specialized team of social workers, nurses, doctors, spiritual care...
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