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Hospice Is Helping Others - CompassionCare Hospice

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Hospice is a different type of care, provided by a team of dedicated health professionals in your home or wherever you and your love-ones need their help. Those who are eligible for hospice services must be diagnosed with a life-limiting illness or disease and choose to forgo aggressive treatments. Centered on palliative care, hospice closely monitors… Read more »


Finding Hope in Hospice - CompassionCare Hospice

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Surrounded by myths and misconceptions, hospice remains a misunderstood service that people still can’t grasp. The word itself has a negative connotation because many feel it means “giving up” when actually it means much more than this. There is hope in hospice. Hospice is aggressive in pain and symptom management-just not aggressive treatments. Everything is done… Read more »



Summer Travel Deals - CompassionCare Hospice

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Summertime is a time for traveling – many of us are taking family vacations or quick weekend getaways. If you’re considered a senior (50+) there are some pretty amazing deals you can take advantage of. Remember, with the extremely high temperatures we’ve been facing it’s important to stay hydrated in route – the combination of heat and dry… Read more »


The Hospice Referral Process - CompassionCare Hospice

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Modern medicine has always focused on the cure. But what if there is no cure? In the past we used to be told , “Nothing more can be done.” With hospice, there is much more that can be done. Anyone with a progressive, life-limiting illness or condition may be appropriate for hospice. A patient themselves,… Read more »


Men’s Everyday Health - CompassionCare Hospice

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June is Men’s Health Month, a time to bring awareness and action to being healthy, safe, and encourage the men and boys in our life to make their health a top priority. In the United States more than 300,000 men are diagnosed with some type of cancer each year. The most common types are skin, lung, prostate, and… Read more »


Supporting Someone Through Grief - CompassionCare Hospice

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Mourning the loss of a loved-one is difficult in itself, but feeling helpless about how to help a friend who is facing loss can be just as hard. Sometimes it’s the little things we do that count the most. Here are some simple ways you can help someone who’s grieving. Listen-there’s no need to rush… Read more »


Hospice Supports Those at Home - CompassionCare Hospice

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Living with a serious illness or caring for a loved one who is seriously ill can be one of life’s most challenging times. Many people are surprised to learn hospice is intended for weeks and months of care, not just for the last days of someone’s life. People are also under false pretenses that hospice is… Read more »


Heat Wave Safety Tips - CompassionCare Hospice

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There’s no doubt Las Vegas summers are HOT! Heat is one of the leading weather-related fatalities in the United States, sadly resulting in hundreds of heat related illnesses and deaths each year. Both are preventable by taking the proper steps to protect yourself and others during the summer months and the extreme heat waves that come… Read more »


National Nursing Home Week - CompassionCare Hospice

Nursing Home Week

National Nursing Home Week, beginning each year on Mother’s Day, was established by the American Healthcare Association in 1967. This week of recognition provides an opportunity for residents and their families, staff, volunteers, and surrounding communities to recognize the role of skilled nursing facilities in caring for seniors and individuals with disabilities. This year’s theme, “The… Read more »