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Learn More About Hospice Care & Discover Resources

Our blog covers a wide array of interesting and enlightening topics. Readers can learn how to provide their loved ones with the comfort they deserve, access insightful spiritual and Biblical interpretations, and receive hospice care information.

How is Pain Management Important to the Care of a Terminally Ill Patient?

Pain management is an important aspect of care for a terminally ill patient. Pain can be caused by the illness itself, or by treatments such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy. It is important to discuss pain management options with the patient and their family and to choose the option that provides the most relief. There are many different types of pain management, and each has its

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What Do I Do Now That My Spouse is Gone?

Grief After The Fatal Toll Of Mesothelioma  Written by Dr. T. David Willets (GC-C) Jessica and Michael finally made it!  Empty nesters.  After years of raising three kids, the big day came. Their youngest moved away

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How to Keep Your Loved Ones Warm this Winter

The body’s ability to regulate its own temperature changes as it ages. That’s why it’s extremely important for a senior’s temperature to be monitored during the chilly winter months. It’s worth considering that the number of

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Top 5 Best Gifts for Seniors

The hardest people to buy for… If you’re like most of us, the hardest people on your Christmas list to buy for are the oldest. I could never think of what to buy for my parents

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Seasons Hospice is an independent community health care provider, not a large for-profit organization. We would not be able to offer our hospice services if we did not have the support of passionate community members who understand the importance of cost-free hospice care. To simplify the hospice process for patients and families, we rely on the generosity of our donors.