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End of Life Care

Vacation for individuals in Hospice

March 9, 2014 · · Assisted Vacation, End of Life Care, General, Our Team · 0 Comments

  We will all eventually encounter the multifarious emotions of dealing with our own mortality or that of a loved-one. The Kübler-Ross model, or the five stages of grief, is the series of emotional stages that someone experiences when faced with impending death. While the five stages of grief are a framework, each individual is.

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Bucket list- A Hospice Holiday

November 18, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, End of Life Care, Quality of life · 0 Comments

The email was straight to the point, suggesting that the writer did not have the inclination to waste time on pleasantries. “I’m dying and I’ve never been to Hawaii”, it read. “I want you to take me and my family over there next month.” Our company provides staff and planning services to support our guests.

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Planning for care in old age

November 16, 2013 · · Elder Care, End of Life Care, Quality of life · 0 Comments

A little bit of planning goes a long way. Consider Jim’s story: Jim was a WW II veteran who spent his career after the war as a plumber. He worked hard, raised a family and had an intense passion for the Chicago Cubs baseball team although he lived six hundred miles from Chicago. One of.

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“Death Tourism?”

October 1, 2013 · · Assisted Vacation, End of Life Care, Medical Tourism, Travel · 0 Comments

I must admit, I am guilty of being woefully ignorant of current events in Tasmania. This would not be so if there were more hours in the day, but my son is ready for breakfast every morning before 5am and I’ve chosen to make him a priority over my knowledge of the news in southern.

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