Month: December 2019

As we counsel families through the process of selecting compassionate service when hospice is recommended, we encounter a myriad of widely-believed myths about hospice care that prevent many people from getting the support they need when they need it. Here, we aim to debunk the most common hospice myths we hear and, in the process,… Read More »

Whether it’s the loss of a loved one, a relationship, a pet or a job, the feelings that follow a major loss can be overwhelming. The most common and natural response to loss is to grieve. Every loss is different, which means that every grieving process is different, but with the proper support and guidance,… Read More »

Nearly three-quarters of a million Americans suffer from stroke each year, with two-thirds of those individuals surviving and requiring extensive rehabilitation or therapy after their stroke. While victims of a mild stroke may be able to quickly return to their normal day-to-day life, it’s much more likely that survivors will require extensive therapy that lasts… Read More »

Nerve pain can be debilitating and demoralizing, especially when you are already in palliative care and suffering from a long-term illness or serious injury. The symptoms could include everything from burning or tingling to stabbing pain which may come and go. While there are some medications that can be prescribed to help, natural methods of… Read More »