Blog: Hospice & Palliative Care Insights - November 2020

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Gift Ideas for Isolated Seniors

Social isolation is a serious health threat. It doesn’t matter if the person is isolated due to mobility issues, a lack of social relationships in their area, or from COVID-19 restrictions. The fact remains that being home alone day after day is hard on the soul. This holiday season, consider sending gifts for seniors in isolation that help make things a little easier while still being cheerful and fun.
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Subscription Box Gift Ideas for Seniors

When selecting a gift for seniors, subscription boxes are the gift that keeps on giving. Arriving monthly for anywhere from three to twelve months, subscription boxes can be a warm reminder of your love long after the holidays are over. These days, there’s a subscription box for seniors for any hobby, personality, and budget.
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25 Shades of Green: Introducing Project Manager Laura Buxton

Carrefour Associates, LLC is the management firm for Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care. Headquartered in Tulsa, Oklahoma, the corporate team of 45 is small but mighty, overseeing the growing interstate provider of hospice and palliative care with 11 locations in seven states serving 2,300 patients with 1,350 employees.
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What Google Gets Wrong About Hospice & Palliative Care

A language barrier can sometimes present a difficult obstacle for physicians, patients, and their families to overcome. Throw in the fact that many different cultures have many different understandings of end-of-life care and it can be even harder to ensure these patients and families understand the truth and value behind these services.
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Pinecone Turkey: Activities for Dementia Patients

Thanksgiving is just around the corner. It’s probably going to look a little different this year as families take proper precautions to protect each other from COVID-19, but it should still be a day to connect with your family however you can.
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75 Years After World War II

2020 has been a challenging year for everyone. We call it “unprecedented.” Yet, we have faced many challenges in the past and we have come together as a country to get through them. 75 years ago, we saw the end of World War II. While the circumstances were very different from our current pandemic, everyone in America was affected by that war – both on the battlefield and here at home. We call the people who lived through it “The Greatest Generation” for good reason.
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