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Blog: Hospice & Palliative Care Insights - November 2018


Gifts for Someone with Parkinson’s Disease

The symptoms of Parkinson’s disease start slowly. Often, individuals will just feel a slight tremor in one of their hands. But the symptoms of the progressive nervous system disorder develop into more serious tremors, stiff muscles, and poor balance and eventually cause difficulty standing, walking, speaking, and eating.

2018 Gift Guide for Hospice Patients

When a loved one is approaching end of life, the greatest gift you can give them is your time. Tell stories. Listen to favorite songs. Treasure every second you have together.
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Hospice in Ohio: Resources & Information

Ohio residents considering hospice care for a family member or other loved ones should consider a range of options when making their decision. Learn more about Ohio hospice resources and information below.
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As Seen on TV: Palliative & Hospice Care in Pop Culture

If you’ve ever watched an episode of Grey’s Anatomy, ER, or Law and Order, chances are you’ve seen a fictional character face death. Despite the fact that our culture tends to shy away from talking about and accepting death, death and dying are commonly explored concepts in many TV shows and films.
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Pilgrim Hat Place Card: Activities for Dementia Patients

Thanksgiving is a cherished holiday because of its focus on family and tradition. When someone in your family is coping with Alzheimer’s disease or other dementias, it’s important to plan ahead so you can have a holiday gathering that meets your loved one’s needs.