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Blog: Hospice Views

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Care Management of Hospice Patients with Dementia

Robert was living in a nursing facility following a series of strokes. As his dementia advanced and his health deteriorated, his family chose to begin hospice care. While Robert was always cheerful, his ability to self-feed and to speak slipped away. His day-day-care became more rigorous; and the added skilled hands of his hospice team were welcomed by his facility.
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Real Heroes Wear Dog Tags: Women Veterans

When you think of a Veteran — a hero — what is it you see? On Veterans Day, we explored this concept in the ways that it has evolved over time.
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Onboarding Patients with Dementia to Hospice

Larry sang to me. He sang to his wife of 58 years. Once, I even saw him serenade a young reporter. Since Larry had a great voice and seemed to sing with joy, no one minded when his meandering conversation was abruptly cut short by song. We should all be so lucky, I thought.