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Additional Resources


Crown Hospice Victoria is passionate about providing family members and caregivers with the support and educational resources they need to comfort and care for their loved one. Our articles provide in-depth information and seek to help caregivers feel more equipped, more educated and less isolated. Read our blog below.

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Activities to Enjoy with your Loved One

Taking care of a loved one as they begin to near the end of their days can be filled with many joys and challenges.  There …

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5 More Hospice Myths Answered

Hospice is an often misunderstood branch of medical care, and as a result, many who may benefit from hospice or palliative care simply fail to …

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5 Myths About Hospice Answered

Hospice is a commonly misunderstood branch of medical care. This is troubling, especially because many who may need hospice for themselves or a loved one …

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Palliative Care & Hospice Care: Knowing the Difference

Palliative care is a relatively new concept in medicine, so it isn’t a familiar term to many. In addition, it is easy confuse palliative care …

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3 Habits Of Stable Caregivers

Caregiving can provide uplifting moods to the caregiver. Here are just a few: Contentment: The deed of caring for another person can be an overwhelming but …

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5 Smart Summer Tips for Seniors

Summer for most people is a period of joy and rest. However for seniors, the temperatures and sun can be hazardous if the appropriate provisions …

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8 Tips for a Caretaker

It is imperative to deal with your own worry and welfare as a helpful family member or friend. So how does a caretaker look after …

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3 Steps for Supporting Grieving Family and Friends: Support vs. Comfort

What is the difference?  Well, comfort suggests a longing to free someone from their pain and make them feel a smaller amount of sadness, while support suggests a longing …

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10 Signs of Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease (AD)

What Are the Symptoms of Early Onset Alzheimer’s Disease? AD is the most common form of dementia. Dementia is a broad term for the loss …

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10 Essential Steps for Dealing With Grief

Grieving is not an easy process and everyone mourns in their own way. Some are open and communicative about their feelings; others are reserved and …

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Don’t Wait To Secure Hospice Care


If your loved one is eligible for hospice care, don’t wait to find a program. Hospice care will provide your loved one with comfort, care, and support.