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How Do I Select the Best Hospice Care Near Me?

August 8th, 2022|Comments Off on How Do I Select the Best Hospice Care Near Me?

Making the decision to seek hospice care for yourself or your loved one is not easy. You and your family deserve support during this highly emotional season. Cardinal Hospice has cultivated a patient-first culture, putting more

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End of Life: Grief and Bereavement

May 28th, 2022|Comments Off on End of Life: Grief and Bereavement

Losing family members or loved ones—or even seeing them in their last few days—can be one of the most painful things to go through in life. There’s never an easy way to handle such a more

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11 End Of Life Signs: What to expect?

May 3rd, 2022|Comments Off on 11 End Of Life Signs: What to expect?

It’s never easy to think about your or your loved one’s death, but the reality is that everyone reaches this stage at some point in their life. While we all go through a different journey, more

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End of Life Care: Providing Care and Comfort

April 8th, 2022|Comments Off on End of Life Care: Providing Care and Comfort

The end of life is a natural event that no one can prevent nor postpone when it is time. Eventually, your loved ones will get old and reach their final hours. However, this does not more

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3 Questions to Ask Yourself: Is it Time for Hospice?

February 22nd, 2022|Comments Off on 3 Questions to Ask Yourself: Is it Time for Hospice?

One of the most challenging seasons in life is caring for aging and ill family members. It is difficult to watch your loved ones suffer from symptoms of terminal illnesses, such as cancer, dementia, and more

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5 Common Hospice Diagnosis

February 22nd, 2022|Comments Off on 5 Common Hospice Diagnosis

It is an unfortunate misconception that hospice care is only for those expected to die in a few weeks or a “place” for the dying and hopeless people with terminal illnesses. Hospice care is in more

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Misconceptions: 10 Hospice Myths and Facts

January 6th, 2022|Comments Off on Misconceptions: 10 Hospice Myths and Facts

Hospice care has been gaining significant traction after countless studies have documented its notable benefits. In fact, the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization reported that about 1.55 million people sought and received hospice care more

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The 5 Stages of Palliative Care

January 6th, 2022|Comments Off on The 5 Stages of Palliative Care

Having a chronic, ultimately terminal, illness takes away a lot of one’s freedom to choose. For example, the choice to eat any food you want, to travel, or do your favorite activities. But there’s one more

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What Is Hospice Care At Home: A Comprehensive Guide

October 22nd, 2021|Comments Off on What Is Hospice Care At Home: A Comprehensive Guide

According to studies, if given a chance, seven in ten Americans would prefer to pass peacefully in the comfort of their home. However, not everyone has the opportunity to choose their own end-of-life care plan more

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7 Important Benefits of Respite Care

April 22nd, 2021|Comments Off on 7 Important Benefits of Respite Care

Caring for a loved one can be physically, mentally, and emotionally draining. If you’re caring for a family member or friend, it’s essential to maintain your health and well-being. Being at your best will hugely more

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What Is Continuous Home Care And Is It Covered By Medicare?

February 17th, 2021|Comments Off on What Is Continuous Home Care And Is It Covered By Medicare?

As of January 2021, there were 62 million recorded Medicare beneficiaries across the country. With the rise of healthcare crises in 2020, this number had increased significantly from previous years. Medicare is a federal program more

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3 Proven Benefits of Hospice Care For Your Loved One

October 13th, 2020|Comments Off on 3 Proven Benefits of Hospice Care For Your Loved One

Did you know that more than one million Medicare beneficiaries were enrolled in hospice in 2017? While you may be on the fence about joining this percentage, we understand this may be a tough decision more

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5 Astonishing Major Benefits of Hospice Care

August 10th, 2020|Comments Off on 5 Astonishing Major Benefits of Hospice Care

Are you finding yourself searching for "hospice near me?" If you do, this article is especially for you! Here, we will discuss everything about the major benefits of hospice care and some details about the more

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Cardinal Hospice COVID-19 Response

April 22nd, 2020|Comments Off on Cardinal Hospice COVID-19 Response

We at Cardinal Hospice pride ourselves on offering outstanding end-of-life care. As such, our priority is protecting our patients and our team members from exposure to COVID-19. With the firm understanding that our population is more

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Surprising Differences Between Hospice vs. Comfort Care

April 16th, 2020|Comments Off on Surprising Differences Between Hospice vs. Comfort Care

Comfort Care vs Hospice Hospice care and comfort care are similar options for end-of-life care. Even though the two are set up to offer comfort to the patients, their programs differ significantly regarding payment, timing, more

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How to Avoid Hospice Care Nightmares Easily

March 30th, 2020|Comments Off on How to Avoid Hospice Care Nightmares Easily

If you have a loved one that will soon require end-of-life care, you might be looking into all of the options that exist to provide them with the best level of care. You also might more

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Talking About In-Home Palliative Care For Aging Parents

February 28th, 2020|Comments Off on Talking About In-Home Palliative Care For Aging Parents

Every year, approximately 1.4 million people receive in-home palliative care. Of this group, about 66 percent received care where they lived rather than at a separate facility. Are your parents dealing with chronic illnesses? Do more

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Everything You Need to Know About Respite Care

December 16th, 2019|Comments Off on Everything You Need to Know About Respite Care

What if you could better take care of yourself while still taking care of a loved one? Many who provide long-term care for a loved one have trouble practicing self-care. After all, it's difficult to more