Face the reality of death head on - Alz Live

Hospice and Palliative care guide for Caregivers - what to look for when your loved one is at the end stages of life.

Hospice is... So beautifully stated and so very very true! Hospice care providers, bless you!

Beautifully stated ~ Working in Hospice was one of the most rewarding experiences of my life.

I was working in a hospice 25 years ago. This particular night, we were full – 12 patients with just me and one other nurse on night duty. Around 10pm, I was trying to get the night time medications dispensed so people could get pain relief and start to think about sleeping. - See more at: http://ripplekindness.org/helping/#sthash.oURsg0Ic.dpuf

To make a difference in someone’s life, you don’t have to be brilliant, rich, beautiful, or perfect. You just have to care.

Accepting a referral to hospice simply means you have chosen to focus on the quality of life for however much time you have left. The goal of Hospice care is to reduce physical pain, create emotional well-being and enhance spiritual peace.  #nationalhospicemonth

Accepting a referral to hospice simply means you have chosen to focus on the quality of life for however much time you have left. The goal of Hospice care is to reduce physical pain, create emotional well-being and enhance spiritual peace.

During National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Midland Care is spreading the word that #HospiceHelps. Learn more about our work at www.midlandcare.org  If you’re a not-for-profit hospice provider, you are welcome to use these infographics with your own logo. We want them to be a resource! Contact us to get files you can edit.

During National Hospice and Palliative Care Month, Midland Care is spreading the…

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