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    Hph Hospice

    HPH is a community-based organization comprised of staff & volunteers who care about what’s on your mind.

    November is National Hospice Month which recognizes the dignity hospice provides for patients and the people who are dedicated to serving hospice patients. #nationalhospicemonth

    For caregivers, figuring out how to speak to a dying loved one can be both challenging and emotionally wrenching. Fortunately, there are things you can say that will help your loved one maintain dignity and respect during their final days.

    What hospice care really means, and how little people know about it . . .

    How do you let go and forgive yourself for the mistakes you've made while caregiving? #caregiver

    6 Tips for Taking the Keys Away From a Senior Parent

    Nursing Home Care vs Home Health Care

    #Infographic on #caregivers in the USA -- take a closer look at the "invisible" population of caregivers in the United States www.caregiversurv...

    Hospice care can be so empowering for patients navigating their final days. Do you have experience with hospice? Some of our staffers shared their stories here. Re-pin with any thoughts on how hospice has affected you.

    HPH Caregivers — Find support here and read our HPH Stories

    HPH-Hospice-Careers. Take a look here for available positons at HPH Hospice and HPH Home Health.

    HPH Hospice | Volunteers — Valuing and appreciating our volunteers.

    HPH Hospice — our website offers education, information and inspiration regarding hospice care.

    Ejourneys, who cares for her partner and blogs on, created this vision board, her "Well-Being Vision Board."

    Grief Healing: Feeling Pressured to"Move On" in Grief

    #Infographic on #caregivers in the USA -- take a closer look at the "invisible" population of caregivers in the United States www.caregiversurv...

    And Still They Bloom: A Family's Journey of Loss and Healing

    Children and families who use the facility were treated to a royal tea party at the Prince of Wales' royal residence at Llwynywermod

    Grief counseling expert Dr. Louis LaGrand describes 101 tips and prescriptions to help mourners through their tragic loss. Reviewed by Maureen Hunter here:

    The four things that matter most by Canadian Virtual Hospice. Dr. Ira Byock, MD, is Director of Palliative Medicine at Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center in Lebanon, New Hampshire and a Professor of Anesthesiology and Community and Family Medicine at Dartmouth Medical School. He discusses what matters most to people who are dying.

    A survey revealed that the majority of family caregivers are deeply impacted by the financial and emotional costs of caring for their loved ones. Their Costs of Caregiving infographic highlights their primary concerns.

    Photo I'm painting for hospice patient