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How to Help Make Decisions on Behalf of an End-of-Life Patient

If you have a parent or other close incapacitated family member in Los Angeles palliative care, you may find yourself being named the medical power of attorney. In other words, you are the one responsible for making choices on the behalf of their end-of-life care. Even if you regard yourself as a sk...
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How Can Hospice Care Benefit Patients with Alzheimer’s Disease?

When a member of your family has been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s Disease, the most common type of dementia, it can raise much confusion and a multitude of questions for everybody involved. You may feel unsure of what the necessary steps to take are. Because the condition is permanent and always ev...
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How Does Hospice‌ ‌Care‌ ‌Affect a Patient’s Mental health?

When it comes to mental health, concerns such as depression and anxiety are common with hospice care Burbank Ca patients as well as their family members. The seriousness of mental health concerns in hospice‌ ‌patients and their effect on their general quality of life and well-being should not be...
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How Older Adults Suffer from Urinary Incontinence

As we age, our bodies endure a lot, and sometimes that means an older adult may experience urinary incontinence. It’s a common challenge for many older adults getting hospice‌ ‌care‌ in Burbank, Glendale, or Pasadena. A 2014 study from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) men...
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What To Expect In the First Ten Days of ‌‌Hospice‌ ‌Care‌

The doctors and nurses providing hospice‌ ‌care‌ in Burbank‌ ‌Ca‌ offer a valuable and professional service to people with terminal illnesses who are not expected to live more than six months. Getting this kind of diagnosis can be extremely emotional, and the process of starting hospice ...
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When Is a Loved One with Alzheimer’s Ready for Hospice Care?

The hospice and palliative care Los Angeles staff of Faith and Hope Hospice and Palliative Care makes it clear to us that Alzheimer’s patients need extra care as their illness goes on from the early to mid-stages of the disease to the later stages. They make sure your loved one receives the care t...
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