Category Archives: Hospice Care

Resource Guide for Seniors

Navigating the myriad of resources available to seniors can be challenging. However, seniors are not without help. In the Piedmont Triad alone, there are several agencies designed specifically to meet…

5 Common Misconceptions of In-Home Hospice Care

Hospice care may or may not be a phrase that most people can accurately define. But, it is a health care service that is often misrepresented. Meaning, people are often…

Role of Health Care Proxy and Power of Attorney

Most of us undervalue our ability to speak and communicate. The majority of us have been blessed. As you get older, your health changes. Life throws you many curve balls,…

July Promotion for New Clients!

For July, we want to give back to you! For the first four (4) new private pay* clients who sign up and receive at least 24 hours of service, you’ll…

Screening Methods for Elder Care and Nursing Home Facilities

Once the difficult, emotional decision to place an elderly or infirm family member into nursing care has been made, there comes the decision of choosing the best, safest, most reputable,…

Emotional Support for Families

Often, family members are the first caregivers for the elderly and infirm.  What are some tips for your family to reduce the stress of being a caregiver, to give you…

When to Choose Elder Care and When to Choose Hospice Care

Hospice Care is palliative, holistic end-of-life care.  Elder Care is different, and encompasses care for either short-term or long-term patients.  When is the best time to choose Elder Care and…

What is Hospice Care?

Hospice is a philosophy and practice of care that focuses on relieving and preventing the suffering of terminally ill patients as they near the end of life. This palliative care…