Making the decision to spend the remainder of your time at home provides you with a peaceful way to be surrounded by friends and family. However, depending on your condition, your home may not be suitable for someone who is ill and needs significant medical and nursing support. Caregivers who want to make their loved one as comfortable as possible have a variety of options that allow for intensive hospice care at home. These small additions to your living space can provide meaningful benefits to your loved one and caregivers alike.
If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with a terminal illness, palliative care may be the answer. The focus of this type of program is relieving troubling symptoms that make it difficult to continue living life on your own terms – for example, enjoying leisure activities like gardening or playing cards and spending… Read More »
Everything changes the day you’re diagnosed with a terminal illness. There are treatment options to consider, family discussions to schedule and choices to be make about care. One of the most crucial decisions for a terminally ill patient to make is whether hospice or palliative care is the best option. According to the Center to… Read More »