Death and Dying Process from Caregiver Prospective - Brainfoggles
During death and dying process as a caregiver you will have to make difficult decisions. It is an emotional time, but make sure wishes are met. Get support.
How a colon cancer caregiver learned to live in the moment
After her husband started hospice, cancer caregiver LeAnne Gibbs learned what living in the moment is really all about. #quote #inspiration
Join Our Team - Volunteers Integral Part of the Assisted Hospice Team
In 2012, an estimated 1.5 to 1.6 million patients received hospice services. You can make a difference in one of these lives. Become an Assisted Home Hospice Volunteer and see how rewarding it is to make someone’s last moments their best moments. Visit us at www.assisted1.com or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to become a volunteer today. #HospiceCare #Volunteer #TheAssistedDifference
Hospice of Santa Cruz County
“I get to accompany people at an amazingly challenging time—when people have nothing to lose in being fully themselves. This reality draws me to be fully present with each one.” #hospice
The Healing Power in Laughter
As some of you may know, I have been a self-help junkie for many, many years. I have always been attracted to those topics and the people that authored them. At some point during those years I heard there was a best-selling book about a man that healed himself from a terminal illness using laughter by watching the Marx Brothers. Some of you may not be familiar with the Marx Brothers but if you google them you'll find this description on Wikipedia:
Something I forgot to Share! - Beneath My Heart
Hey friends! I hope you are having a wonderful weekend! Yesterday, when I posted my favorite pins from Pinterest this past week, I totally forgot to share with you my favorite one. This is the one that exemplifies what I have experienced the past few weeks.