This month is National Hospice and Palliative Care month. Hospice is designed to help assist those who are terminally ill. This type of care is designed to help take some of the stress off of the families who are dealing with a loved one who is terminally ill.The hospice caregiver will generally help assist by making regular visits and providing essential information to the victims. Hospice is available to anyone regardless of the age, race or gender. There are hospice care centers, located outside of a person's home as well as in-home care treatment. Hospice is on call 24-7 and has helped millions nationwide. Generally hospice can offer bereavement counselors, speech, physical, occupational therapists and more. Hospice is centered around caring and loving individuals through an extremely difficult time, not finding a cure.
November is National Hospice &
Palliative Care Month
- THREE SIGNS IT IS TIME TO CALL HOSPICE FOR YOUR LOVED ONE
- GRIEF HEALING, HOW DO YOU KNOW WHEN
- FIND A HOSPICE NEAR YOU
- EAGLE TRIBUNE, NOVEMBER IS NATIONAL HOSPICE & PALLIATIVE CARE MONTH
- HOW TO BECOME A HOSPICE VOLUNTEER
- A MESSAGE TO THE SICK AND DYING FAMILIES
- NAHC, HOSPICE & HOMECARE INFORMATION!
- WHAT TO DO WHEN YOU FEEL LIKE NO ONE CARES?
- WHY DO BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE
"And we know that ALL things work together for the good, to those who love him and have been called according to his purpose