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Multigenerational Living - CompassionCare Hospice

Today, like many generations ago, extended families share the same household. Often this means that typically three generations (adult children, children, and grandparents) live under the same roof. Rising costs of real estate, healthcare and childcare make more families consider joining forces across generations. However, togetherness such as this has its benefits and drawbacks and… Read more »


Hospice is Hope - CompassionCare Hospice

Hospice is about quality of life-not quantity. Hospice does not hasten or postpone death. Hospice allows a terminal illness to run its natural course while giving patients hope. Hope for comfort, dignity, and hope for living each day of their life. If you or a loved-one are struggling with an illness, hospice can help. It’s… Read more »


Holiday Fraud-Beware - CompassionCare Hospice

With just a few shopping days left until Christmas, many are still scrambling to find that perfect gift for that special someone. We should always be aware of the scams and frauds that are out there, but particularly this time of year! Our senior population become the target audience for many scam artists. Don’t become… Read more »


Brain Power - CompassionCare Hospice

As we age it is important that we continue to take care of ourselves, physically and mentally. Our brain needs a good workout just as our bodies do. Exercising the brain helps improve our memory, concentration and overall intelligence, as well as, sharpening our decision making, and the ability to better remember facts, dates, and… Read more »


The Sound of Music - CompassionCare Hospice

Music is a powerful force. It can evoke feelings of happiness, sadness, or just pure excitement. Learning to play an instrument can have a strong lasting effect on ones mind, body and soul, completely re-shape our brain and how it functions. This is true in any individual at any age. Research suggests that an instrument played… Read more »


Senior Holiday Travel Tips - CompassionCare Hospice

With Christmas just a week away many will be traveling to be close to family, loved ones, and friends. An international study conducted found that those age 50+ are the largest group of travelers out there. In and out of airports and stuck in an airplane for several hours can leave us susceptible to germs… Read more »


An End to Alzheimer’s? - CompassionCare Hospice

A California neurologist (Dr. Dale Bredesen) conducted a study on 10 individuals diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, his findings were astonishing. Six of these individuals who had been struggling with work due to memory loss and other issues had improved in their work performance due to a well-balanced diet, adequate sleep, stress reduction, specific supplements, and overall… Read more »


Hospice Holiday Help - CompassionCare Hospice

The value of hospice volunteers cannot be overstated. The spirit of hospice volunteering comes from a genuine desire to give support, peace, and comfort to patients, caregivers, and families during their end of life journey. Hospice volunteers have a tremendous impact on the lives of the patients that they serve along with the hospice team members…. Read more »


Rheumatoid Arthritis & the Cold - CompassionCare Hospice

Many people with arthritis swear by the pain in their joints as a predictor of cold weather that’s on the way. Whether the joint pain and weather connection is scientifically true or not, you can still use these pain-relief tips when your aching joints act up this winter season. Try to keep yourself nice and… Read more »


Holiday Depression Common - CompassionCare Hospice

The holiday season can sometimes bring on feelings of stress and depression. And it’s no wonder with high expectations, spending money, and other holiday concerns, we can become more sad than joyful this time of year. It can be especially difficult to deal with when one is already struggling mentally. Preparing yourself this holiday season… Read more »