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Different Methods of Cheering Up Our Elderly

It is common for the elderly to feel anxious, stressed out, lonely, and depressed. These feelings that trigger sadness and depressive episodes are usually caused by social isolation, financial woes, ability loss, such as driving and traveling,...

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Common Challenges in End-of-Life Care

Many facilities in the United States offer palliative care to patients who are terminally ill. But over time, it has been reported that these facilities face the same challenges and issues in patient care. Like our hospice in Burbank,...

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Caring for Patients Who Have Dementia

Dementia is an overall term for diseases that are characterized by a continuous degeneration of memory and thinking skills, which in turn affects a person’s ability to execute everyday activities. Dementia is one of the health conditions that...

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Bereavement Support in Palliative Care

When a person is in critical condition due to illness, his or her family members are likewise not spared from grief and bereavement. Whether grief is because of the difficulties met while caring for a family member who is ill or because of such...

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Depression and Anxiety in Palliative Patients

A terminal illness can bring about different kinds of psychological and emotional effects on patients. Patients in palliative care can experience anxiety and depression. Proper care for them must be followed to reduce the incidence of these...

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The Levels of Hospice Care Services

Hospice is also called “comfort care” because it provides specific care management for people with a terminal illness. With hospice care, providers create comfortable ways of managing their clients’ illnesses to allow them to enjoy a high...

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