Hospice Care

When most people hear the term hospice care, they think that accepting the care means that they are giving up on their loved one. It is common for people to think that hospice care is only a service provided for those who will pass away within a few days or a few weeks.

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One of the most difficult topics among people of all ages to discuss are anything relating to the end-of-life. Unfortunately, this is a topic many have to discuss with their elderly parents and grandparents in order to ensure their wishes are known and met in case their health should start to decline. As someone’s health declines, the family will often discuss the idea of hospice care, whether hospice care should be in a facility or at home and do you know when it is an appropriate time to consider hospice care.

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During November, the home care and hospice community honor the millions of nurses, home care aides, therapists, and social workers who make a remarkable difference for the patients and families they serve. These heroic caregivers play a central role in our health care system and in homes across the nation.  And as the Baby Boomers age, the role of the home health care worker will become increasingly important.

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