“To every thing there is a season and a time to every purpose under heaven.” - Ecclesiastes 3:1

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Seasons Hospice Resources

Educating the Community on the Benefits of Hospice Care

The Seasons Hospice blog provides a variety of resources for family members of those considering hospice care. Topics include tips on how to enjoy this time of life with your loved one, and a more intensive overview of palliative care.

Chats with the Chaplain: Preparing for the Loss of a Loved One

Pain and heartache are a part of life. Death is a reality we all must face eventually, but this knowledge doesn’t make us more prepared to lose someone. Everyone copes with loss differently, and there’s no normal way to grieve. The emotions you feel—no matter what they are—are normal.  Experiencing loss can test you spiritually and challenge your perspective of the world. As you grieve, you

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What Are Hospice Levels of Care?

If you’ve looked into hospice for a loved one, you may have run across the term “levels of care.” Medicare and Medicaid offer four levels of hospice care. These levels define the types of hospice care

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Caring for A Loved One With Dementia

Dementia can make it hard to care for a parent or grandparent. Patients with dementia gradually lose their ability to think, remember and reason. Dementia is an umbrella term for a decline in cognition, and several

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Coping with Grief During the Holidays

The holiday season is in full swing—cue the Christmas music, festive lights and candy canes. Most people view this as a happy time of year, but holidays after the loss of a parent or loved one

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Seasons Hospice is an independent community health care provider, not a large for-profit organization. We would not be able to offer our hospice services if we did not have the support of passionate community members who understand the importance of cost-free hospice care. To simplify the hospice process for patients and families, we rely on the generosity of our donors.