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Why It’s Important to Establish a Morning Routine

Hospice in Victoria

There’s no question that having a morning routine can be extremely beneficial for caregivers. When you establish a morning routine, it helps to set the tone for the day and makes it easier to stay organized. Not only that, but a morning routine can help to give you some much-needed peace of mind and make … Read more

Finding Jesus In the Small Things

Victoria Hospice

Life is full of ups and downs. We experience happiness and sadness, laughter and tears, love and loss. In the midst of all this, it’s important to find Jesus in the small things. During times of grief, it can be hard to see Him at all. But if we open our hearts to Him, we … Read more

Maintaining Your Mental Health During Seasons of Loneliness

Victoria Hospice

It’s no secret that seasons of hardship and grief can create intense feelings of loneliness.  Perhaps you’ve recently lost a loved one or you are dealing with the stress of becoming a full-time family caregiver. Maybe other circumstances have forced you to isolate yourself from others and it’s causing depression to set in. Whatever the … Read more

What Is the Difference Between Hospice and Palliative Care?

Victoria End of Life Care

If you or a family member has a serious illness, treatment decisions often focus on attempts to cure their condition. But what about other needs, like relieving pain and improving quality of life? What about other life challenges that often come with an unexpected health crisis? That’s where palliative care comes in. Unlike treatments designed … Read more

Palliative Care for Dementia Patients

Home Hospice in Victoria

Families find themselves coping with a great deal of stress when a loved one is diagnosed with dementia. One major concern is how to provide the best quality of life as the condition progresses.  This is where palliative care plays a role in your loved one’s care plan. The goal of palliative care is to … Read more

What Are the Signs of Grief in a Child?

Bloomington Hospice

The loss of a loved one is a difficult experience no matter how old you are. Children, in particular, face a unique set of challenges when coping with grief.  The reality is, kids grieve differently than adults. They may show little or no emotion when they first learn about the death, only to suddenly have … Read more

Caring for Someone with Dementia

Hospice Care in Bloomington

If you are caring for a loved who has dementia, you are far from alone. Around the world, someone is diagnosed with dementia every 3 seconds. More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s disease, including 400,000 Texans. New cases are expected to grow significantly by 2050. Dementia is a progressive condition that worsens … Read more

How Can You Help Someone Who Is Grieving?

Bloomington Palliative Care

How can I help? What should I say? When someone you know loses a loved one, you want nothing more than to show you care. But all too often the fear of saying or doing the wrong thing leads to doing nothing at all. The coronavirus pandemic has also presented new challenges for coping with … Read more

Great Summer Activities for Seniors

Bloomington End of Life Care

Longer days and warmer weather mean plenty of opportunities for fun, healthy activities, both outside and indoors. Even for those who need to continue social distancing to reduce the risk of COVID-19, there are many ways to have a safe and enjoyable summer.  Here are just a few excellent summer activities for seniors that support … Read more

Paying for Hospice Care: Understanding Your Options

Bloomington Home Hospice

When a loved one is diagnosed with a terminal illness, it can be an emotional and stressful time.  Hospice care focuses on keeping patients comfortable and providing a better quality of life in their final days. It can also be a valuable resource for family members, helping with caregiving and providing bereavement support after a … Read more

Respite Care Offers a Helping Hand to Caregivers

Home Hospice in Bloomington

Taking care of a loved one in their time of need is a selfless act of devotion.  But it’s hard to give them your best if you’re always feeling exhausted.  Caregiver burnout is a very real experience that happens to lots of folks when a family member has a long-term illness. You may find yourself … Read more