The holiday season is a time of joy, love, and togetherness for many families. It's a time when we gather with loved ones, exchange gifts, and create lasting memories. However, for those who have a family member or friend in hospice care, the holidays can bring a mixture of emotions.
Crossroads Hospice began in Oklahoma as a small family-owned hospice care provider in 1995 with two guiding principles: 1. You shouldn’t die in pain. 2. You shouldn’t die alone. 28 years later, those two principles still guide our care.
As the leaves change colors and the air turns crisp, fall reminds us that change is an inevitable part of life. It's a season of reflection and preparation, making it the perfect time to engage in a vital aspect of personal planning: advance care planning.
Hospice care is a unique and invaluable form of healthcare that focuses on providing compassionate end-of-life support to individuals and their families. In this delicate and emotionally charged environment, the role of the chaplain in hospice care is particularly significant.
When facing the challenges of a terminal illness, having access to compassionate care around the clock can provide immeasurable comfort to both patients and their families. Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care understands the importance of being there when you need us most, especially during the after hours when concerns and needs can arise unexpectedly.
Finding joy in simple moments is a beautiful way to enhance the quality of life for a loved one receiving hospice care during the fall season. Hospice care focuses on improving the comfort and well-being of individuals with terminal illnesses and providing them with opportunities for joy and connection that can be incredibly meaningful.