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Hospice and Palliative Care Go Hand In Hand - CompassionCare Hospice

Hospice care and palliative care are very similar when it comes to caring for those who suffer from life-limiting illnesses. Most people have heard of hospice care and have a general understanding of what it entails. What people don’t know or what can be confusing is that hospice provides “palliative care,” and this includes  administering “comfort” care and is generally offered most by hospitals. Hospice and… Read more »


End-of-Life Care Planning Is A Must - CompassionCare Hospice

End-of-life conversation - CompassionCare Hospice Las Vegas

Having conversations with your loved ones about their end-of-life wishes can be a sensitive discussion, however these conversations matter and must be had to learn about your loved one’s wishes so they can be honored at the end-of-life. Although physicians have a tendency to wait until patients are on the decline or close to being imminent before raising… Read more »


CompassionCare Hospice Introduces the Kubi - CompassionCare Hospice

CompassionCare Hospice has recently partnered exclusively with HartRobotics to introduce a new way for families to stay in touch with their loved ones .  The “Kubi” uses a smart device (tablet) to allow face to face communication with loved ones, 24 hours a day, with access from anywhere in the world.  This technology gives a… Read more »


CompassionCare Hospice of Southern Nevada Video Introduction - CompassionCare Hospice

Pills arranger for each day with times for medical safety

CompassionCare Hospice of Las Vegas, Nevada is the leader in palliative care. The video below introduces you to a few of our core team members. We’re here to help you discover that hospice is about living and that we’re here to help guide you through this journey. Please feel free to view the video below… Read more »


CompassionCare Hospice – Susan G. Komen Race For The Cure - CompassionCare Hospice

CompassionCare Team in Front of Water Station

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure was this morning. And what a beautiful morning it was. Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure is an event to raise awareness for breast cancer. It is a great fundraiser as well. Susan G. Komen is the largest nonprofit supporter of breast cancer research. This research is… Read more »


Stress Management - CompassionCare Hospice

Stress Management

Stress can come from a wide variety of source… our jobs, family obligations, finances and so on. Usually these stressors are short term (acute) and once we deal with the stressful situation, we move on. There is even a type of stress that is considered “good” stress – that which makes us feel vital and… Read more »


March 22, 2016 – Diabetes Alert Day - CompassionCare Hospice

March 22, 2016 is American Diabetes Alert Day. The American Diabetes Alert Day is centered around awareness of type 2 diabetes risk and steps you can take to prevent the disease. This day is sort of a “wake-up call.” Type 2 diabetes is seen more in adults, though we are seeing more children develop this… Read more »


National Kidney Month - CompassionCare Hospice

March is National Kidney Month. CompassionCare Hospice is helping raise awareness about chronic kidney disease abbreviated to CKD. 1 out of every 10 adults over the age on 20 in the United States is affected by CKD. We are also raising awareness about people with end stage renal disease abbreviated ESRD and those who need… Read more »


Colorectal Cancer Awareness Month - CompassionCare Hospice

Colorectal Cancer Awareness Ribbon Background

March is colorectal cancer awareness month. Colorectal cancer is cancer of the colon or rectum also called the large intestine. The colon and rectum are both part of the gastrointestinal tract. The intestinal tract processes food for energy. And it also gets rid of the waste from the body. A healthy lifestyle can help reduce… Read more »


Dementia - CompassionCare Hospice

Senior with dementia enjoying the day

Dementia is not a specific disease, rather it’s an “umbrella term” and there are many diseases that fall under this umbrella. Dementia is a general term for a decline in cognitive ability severe enough to interfere with daily life. Thinking, memory, and reasoning are examples of cognitive ability. Symptoms also might include changes in personality,… Read more »