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Blog: Hospice & Palliative Care Insights - February 2016

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5 Things To Do For Your Heart

Heart disease is the leading cause of death for both men and women. Throughout Heart Month, we have shared how the Crossroads Hospice HeartLink program helps patients with end-stage heart disease.
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The Silver Screen of Death and Grief

Last month, a few of us gathered around here at Crossroads Hospice and discussed television. We didn’t discuss our favorite episode of House Hunters; we discussed the all too real lessons about death and dying we’ve learned through television.

St. Teresa's Students Give Back

Students from St. Teresa's Academy joined us this week to volunteer with our patients. Once they completed the required training, they had many different opportunities to spend time with our patients.
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Bringing Hospice to Prisons: A Founder’s Story

“There are so many people dying in prison and they are dying in huge numbers,” says Jane Moore, CEO of Missouri Hospice and Palliative Care Association. “We have this aging prison population that nobody is really prepared to deal with. Prisons are not set up to handle a dementia patient who can’t figure out how to get to roll call [and other things like that].”
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Live Chat: Hospice Care is Just a Click Away

In today’s busy world, it can be hard to find time to make a phone call, especially during the day, during business hours. When you need help or information about hospice, the Crossroads Hospice After Hours Care Team is available by live chat 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.
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Role Reversal: The Transition from Child to Caregiver

When we are born, the first caregiver you meet is your parent. You open your big eyes and stare right at the person who has carried you for the last nine months. You cry because it’s cold. Your parent wraps you up and holds on tight, keeping you nice and warm.