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The thought of hospice initially alarmed Clint Baldwin. But he felt calmer and less alone because he knew he was surrounded by a team of people who knew how to care for his loved one.
Edward Rafuse was diagnosed with ALS. While it was a turn in his story that he wasn’t expecting, he counts it all as part of the adventure.
There are no age limits when it comes to quality care that takes place at home. Home Health can also be a valuable and needed service for the youngest members of our population.
From music and art to therapy dogs, along with massage and fulfilling wishes – hospice offers the depth of special features that can accompany the care their loved one gets while in hospice care.
Avera@Home hospice is teaming up with the We Honor Veterans program, an effort that combines education and training to better serve – and honor – veterans.
There are a few key considerations everyone should know before developing their own advance care plans.
In the face of some medical conditions, the best way to help a patient is by using intravenous (IV) medication. With home infusion services people can receive much-needed IVs at home.
Home health care teams give people who recently had a knee or hip replacement the support they need during sometimes challenging transitions.
While the holidays are supposed to be joyous and magical, facing a holiday season after a loved one has passed can be especially difficult.
Life at home, for anyone from 12 to 102, is all about freedom. But as we age, mobility and perception can dwindle.
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