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Ways to Cope with the Loss of a Loved One

Losing a loved one will never be easy. While many of us are able to cope with the death of a relative, others may need a bit more help with coping. Four Seasons Hospice is here to offer up a few tips that may help you out: Don’t bottle it up. Loss is a painful … Continue reading

Care Tips when Someone You Love is Dying

If your loved one is in hospice care in San Antonio, Texas, it simply means they are reaching the end of their lives. Your loving care is more important than ever. However, it can be difficult to know how to effectively handle such difficult conditions. These tips may assist you and your dying loved one … Continue reading

Understanding the Five Stages of Grief

Mourning is a personal experience for every one of us. If you or someone you care about has suffered a loss, the new feelings might be overpowering and perplexing. This guide to the stages of grieving will assist you in identifying and navigating them and eventually find comfort. Stage 1: Denial You may experience this … Continue reading

Do You Need Palliative or Hospice Care?

If you have a senior loved one who needs health care, you may be considering either palliative or hospice care. However, what is the difference between these two? As a provider of senior care in San Antonio Texas, we often get asked this question. Both offer relief from pain and symptoms of serious illnesses and … Continue reading

Planning Wisely for Advanced Heart Failure

Heart failure is when the heart is no longer pumping as well as it should be. Congestive heart failure is a type of heart failure that requires seeking timely medical attention. This is a serious condition and usually, there is no cure. However, many people with heart failure led a full and enjoyable life when … Continue reading

Deciding When to Stop Dialysis

Some dialysis patients may come to a point in their lives wherein they feel that they want to stop treatment. Sometimes, this feeling can be triggered by the notion that dialysis is no longer maintaining or improving their quality of life. If this does occur, you must know that you have the right to decide … Continue reading