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Blog: Hospice & Palliative Care Insights - June 2015

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Looking Back at AIDS on HIV Testing Day

I first heard of AIDS in the mid-1980s as a middle schooler at a “very special school assembly.” Looking back on National HIV Testing Day, it’s amazing to see how far we’ve come, but there is still work to be done.

Long-distance Caregiving

Long-distance caregiving has become more and more common as families travel for work and new opportunities. When families are living in different cities, it is important to put safeguards in place to ensure loved ones get the end-of-life care they need.

The Culture Connection: Finding Common Ground at End-of-Life

We live in an amazingly diverse country. We have people from all over the world, from various religious backgrounds, various racial groups and all sorts of cultures and lifestyles. We live mostly with people much like ourselves, but there are many opportunities to interact with people with different backgrounds and traditions from our own.

Three Safety Tips for the Summer

“Stay safe!” That’s what we tell friends and family as they drive off, travel to new places or embark on new adventures. But what about safety in our homes and our day-to-day lives?