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How to Make Hospice Meaningful for Patients with Dementia

Hospice experts in Los Angeles CA say that at least 5 million people in the United States are currently living with age-related forms of dementia. As you may or may not know, dementia is a general term for cognitive decline that interferes with a person’s daily life. Alzheimer’s disease accounts...
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Stress and Grief

Stress can make everyday worries, including grief, feel worse and harder to manage. Our brains are like computers. There is only so much that we can process at once. When we reach a certain level, things just start to fall apart. For computers, this means it takes longer to process information or to...
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New Volunteer Opportunities

This year has been bizarre, to say the least. COVID-19 drastically changed the way hospice care is provided, leaving us in a perpetual state of change. That’s true for Faith and Hope Hospice in Pasadena. One major change limits volunteers’ ability to see patients, as we’ve had to stop all face...
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Epilogue Feedback Survey

Epilogue is the official bereavement newsletter of Faith and Hope Hospice.   The newsletter is one of the ways we support our clients currently receiving bereavement support and serves as a resource for the community too.  Epilogue provides information on grief and the grief process by...
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