January 26, 2018

3 Reasons to Think about Hospice Early (Rather than Later)

The decision to choose hospice care is never an easy one. But for those facing a terminal illness – and for their families and loved ones – thinking about hospice earlier on can be beneficial. 1 – Making Life Meaningful “We have a certain taboo in our culture about talking about death,” said Michael D. […]

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September 27, 2017

Compassion in Action – Hospice Care Enhances End-of-Life Experience for Franklin Couple

Barbara Roberts’ lovely Franklin home is replete with charm, exemplified especially by a cheery sunroom bursting with orchids in various stages of growth. Her domestic environment, however, belies the stress she endured for several years recently. In 2010, Barbara became the caretaker for her husband of 31 years, Tom, after a sudden accident. The former […]

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August 17, 2017

What Is a Hospice Social Worker? Four Ways They Make Things Easier in Difficult Times

By Dylan Babb Community Outreach Manager, CarePartners A hospice social worker wears many hats. They have a role of far-reaching impact, drastically improving the lives of patients and family members. They also have a role of such diverse responsibility and detail, that many may be unclear as to what exactly a hospice social worker does. […]

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