A Quick Guide to Hospice Care

Beginning hospice for the first time can seem daunting with the bevy of information available online and the sheer number of hospices to choose from. Here is a quick breakdown on getting started with hospice care and how the process comes together. Hospice care for families is often available through insurance such as Medicare, Tricare,...
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How Hospice can Help You as a Caregiver

When I was taking care of my mother every day felt like keeping up double the normal routine. I would wake up and make oatmeal with blueberries for both of us. Then I would help her eat by giving her a small spoon full at a time and then once she was finished I would...
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Hospice Care at Home is Easing the End

If you or your family member is sick and the sickness is terminal, there are chances that the family of the patient and the patient gets broken emotionally. At such situation, giving Hospice care is something that can soothe and help in controlling pain. During the time when a family member is about to die...
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Houston Hospice – The misconceptions and the Reality

The main intention of hospice care is to offer assistance to the patients who are suffering from the sickness that is not going to be cured. The patient and their family members understand that the illness will take their life and the patient does not have a lot of time to love. In order to...
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Hospice Facilities in Houston TX: What All Comes Under It

 If you have given a thought about choosing to start hospice facilities in Houston TX, it is definitely going to be a life-changing experience and a difficult choice for sure. This article is going to help you as a volunteer hospice care provider for a terminally ill person. This is going to help you in...
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What all care comes under volunteer help in Houston?

If you are planning to take the life-changing decision of volunteer help in Houston, you will definitely add value to your life. Hospice care Houston Texas gives you the opportunity to encourage compassion and a sense of community service in your life. Engaging yourself in various activities of volunteer help in Houston will definitely be...
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It always seems too early, until it’s too late.

April 16th is National Healthcare Decisions Day (NHDD) and will be recognized all week. NHDD, an initiative of The Conversation Project, was created to inspire, educate and empower people and healthcare providers when it comes to advance care planning. NHDD encourages people to express their wishes regarding healthcare and for providers and facilities to respect...
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PTSD and Hospice Care

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder After a traumatic event, most people have painful memories. For many people, the effects of the event fade over time. But for others, the memories, thoughts and feelings don’t go away – even months or years after the event is over. Mental health experts are not sure why some people develop...
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Dealing With Not Saying Goodbye

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is never easy, whether it is unexpected or not. In 2016, the whole world experienced unexpected losses of beloved celebrities to health issues and unsung Americans to senseless violence. Those are the stories that make headlines, but the losses that hurt most are the personal ones. When...
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Dealing with Loss During the Holidays

November could be considered the kick off to the holiday season, but is also host to National Hospice and Palliative Care Month. This is the perfect time to talk about dealing with losing a loved one during these usually happy times. The holidays in which family’s gather for meals and gift exchange tend to be the...
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