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Blog: Hospice Views

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Take Me Out to FanFest

Jim Robbins has been a lifelong Kansas City Royals fan and attended the 1985 World Series Parade, so we knew his Gift of a Day would involve the team.
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Does palliative care mean a person is dying?

When hearing that someone is receiving palliative care, the first question people often ask themselves is “does palliative care mean a person is dying?” For many years people have spoken about hospice care and palliative care as though the two terms are synonymous. However, palliative care is different than hospice. All hospice care is palliative care, but all palliative care is not hospice.
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After A Loved One Has Passed, What Happens Next?

In the initial moments after a loved one has passed away, it’s important to know that nothing needs to be done immediately. Some individuals choose to stay with their loved one for a period of time, others will move to another room. Do what feels right for you. Whatever feels right for you–Crossroads Hospice & Palliative Care is here to support that decision.
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Hog Heaven: Harley Davidson Gift of a Day

Rodger Butts has been a lifelong Harley enthusiast and has owned three of them. For his Gift of a Day, he wanted to take a tour of the 358,000-square-foot Harley-Davidson Vehicle and Powertrain Operations in Kansas City, MO to see how these beautiful machines were built.
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What To Expect With Hospice At Home

According to a Dartmouth Atlas of Health Care study, more than 80% of patients with a chronic disease say they want to avoid hospitalization and intensive care when they are dying. Despite this, only 25% of Americans die at home.
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3 Common Questions About Pap Smears for Seniors

Nearly 13,000 women in the United States are diagnosed with cervical cancer each year – yes, senior women included. Each January, Cervical Health Awareness Month opens the year by spreading information about the disease, including some of the things women can do to avoid getting it.