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Bible verses for you!

Do you help someone in palliative care, nursing home or a hospital? Do you need some strength? God is always here for you! Ask Him! You say                                   God says                     … Read more

What is a fidget blanket?

What is a fidget blanket? These are great for little kids or seniors who have alzheimers, dementia, in hospice care, or need some help keeping busy. It gives the fingers and hands something to do.   It can provide motor and sensory stimulation. Different activities reduce boredom and increase attention span for people with dementia. … Read more

How to help kids through grief

Reading a story can help kids see they are not on their own and make them feel more normal with what they are going through.  It can offer a safe way to open a conversation with kids about death and grief, in groups, as a family, or one-on-one. We have a list of 15 children’s books … Read more

How can animals help with hospice care?

How can animals help with hospice care? Pets have an age-old history of providing authentic camaraderie and displaying unreserved love for the people in their lives. This camaraderie and love forms a great emotional connection between animal and human. The connections that people share with pets can have positive outcomes: lowered nervousness and pressure, more feelings … Read more

3 Habits Of Stable Caregivers

Caregiving can provide uplifting moods to the caregiver. Here are just a few: Contentment: The deed of caring for another person can be an overwhelming but satisfying opportunity.  Living in such an essential and gratifying role can offer the caregiver a sense of significance. The gift of time: In some circumstances (not all) being someone’s caregiver … Read more