Hospice: The Gentle Goodbye by Phyllis

Just after dawn on December 11, 2007, my mother went to God. There was a beautiful peacefulness that fell over that bright, winter morning that seemed perfect. Mom had battled several chronic, debilitating diseases that slowly robbed her of her energy and physical function. Her mind was always clear and her determination to live to […]

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Closing the Patient Discharge Gap for Your Organization: Share The Care

The video below was filmed during the Annual International Planetree Organization in Boston, Massachusets this past October. The Planetree Organization is committed to quality, compassion, and partnership which is the essence of person-centered care. I had an opportunity to explain how the Share The Care Organization caregiver model can assist acute and subacute healthcare organizations […]

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4 Eye Care Tips from Eye Specialists A Guest Post by Personal Eyes

To imagine a life without the ability to see all the beauty around us is nothing less than a nightmare. So it’s evident why you need to take good care of your eyes and prevent them from suffering any kind of damage. Even a slight problem with your vision can be very distressful and might […]

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Helping a Senior Regain Confidence after a Fall A Guest Post by Natalie Kelly

Originally posted August 22, 2017: https://www.fivestarseniorliving.com/blog/health-wellness/helping-a-senior-regain-confidence-after-a-fall   Did you know that once you reach the age of 65 you have a one in four chance of falling? And that falls are the number one cause of injuries for older Americans each year? With statistics like these, it’s easy to see why falling is a major concern for […]

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