Learn to care for your physical wellbeing
Learn the patient-centered holistic philosophy of hospice and how each member of your loved one’s hospice team is dedicated to their quality end-of-life care.
The approach of the winter season is an excellent time to review how we are doing now, to think about how we were doing this time last year, and what we hope for in the future. Join Dot Franks, MA as she discusses this season.
Learn how grief depletes your emotional bank account as a caregiver and why you must take time away from the sadness of grief to recover and rebuild.
Learn to care for your spiritual wellbeing
Hospice and palliative care expert Dr. Marcia L. Howland explains how the integration of spirituality into all facets of life provides you with vitality and reinforcement for the mind and body.
The astronomical phenomenon of the longest night and the shortest day is called winter solstice. Caregiving ebbs and flows through the longest nights and the shortest days. Exercising faith during the darkest days of caregiving reaffirms that spring is coming.
Learn to care for your emotional wellbeing
Learn the causes of caregiver burnout, the warning signs, and how to effectively manage your stress and workload as a caregiver to your terminally ill loved one.
Learn the meaning of anticipatory grief, its various aspects, and how it is important for you to experience your grief when losing a loved one.
Learn how to let go of stress and thrive as a caregiver to a terminally ill loved one.
Understand where and why stress takes root as a caregiver and how you can effectively manage your stress.
Grief is a painful and unique experience for each person. Learn the 5 primary stages of grief and how you can grow to achieve comfort and peace.
When a loved one is admitted to a long-term care facility, there are three key emotions families feel that can hamper the pursuit of excellent care.