Terminal lucidity is a confusing phenomenon that often happens near the end of life. End of life care can help families to recognize this condition and be prepared for the next steps.
Anticipatory grief can be a huge barrier for families as they face a big loss. Hospice care services can offer solutions that help immensely.
So many family caregivers find it difficult to know what to say at a senior’s funeral. These tips can help when planning a eulogy.
Grove Park Hospice team members and volunteers enjoyed their quarterly staff support program at the agency office last week.
Phyllis Parker of Grove Park Hospice Care provided education on a variety of community health care resources to seniors living at Amelia Village on August 17.
Comfort is key when someone is near the end of life. Offering comfort at the end of life is an act of love and compassion. Here are some tips.
Words cannot express how grateful we are for your help in our time of need. Your mercy, kindness, and loving care of my mother will never be forgotten.
Our family wishes to thank all of you that ministered to the welfare of Helen. We were very pleased with your loving care.
Thank you for the wonderful care that you provided to my dad before his passing. You were also wonderful to the rest of the family.
“Thank you for the excellent care you showed to Mom and us. Thank you for helping us make Mom’s final days peaceful on Earth.”