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 can be painful. This year, holiday festivities may be different for you due to COVID-19. Many people will not be gathering with family or traveling. If you’re grieving a loss,
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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.
One of the symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia is late-day confusion. Often called “sundowning,” this phenomenon usually worsens as the days get shorter. If someone you care for has dementia, you may
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,
“It is more blessed to give than receive” is one of the most repeated Biblical quotes in our language. This is most likely due to the fact that so many people have recognized it’s powerful truth.
Happy are the Meek In Matthew 5:5, Jesus says, “Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth.” I cannot think of anything more countercultural than that. In Jesus’ day, the Jewish people He taught
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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.