What Do I Do Now That My Spouse is Gone?

Grief After The Fatal Toll Of Mesothelioma Written by Dr. T. David Willets (GC-C) Jessica and Michael finally made it!  Empty nesters.  After years of raising three kids, the big day came. Their youngest moved away to college.  It was a bitter-sweet moment as she backed out of the driveway, into the street and around […]

Springfield hospice elderly winter care

How to Keep your Loved Ones Warm this Winter

The body’s ability to regulate its own temperature changes as it ages. That’s why it’s extremely important for a senior’s temperature to be monitored during the chilly winter months.  It’s worth considering that the number of cold-related deaths, such as hypothermia, significantly increases for those aged 75 and older.  Hypothermia is a threat for seniors […]

Visiting Hospice Patients: Top 5 Questions Answered

Visiting a Patient in Hospice Care If you know someone in hospice care, you may have concerns about visiting. Will you disturb them? Will you make them feel worse? Will they be able to enjoy your visit? These are all valid questions, and their answers may depend on specific circumstances. However, there is one question […]