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Tag Archives: Hospice Care

Common Myths About Grief and Grieving

Losing a loved one is a painful experience that can change you as a person. The way one grieves and copes can vary from one person to another and may take time. As a provider of senior care in San Antonio Texas, we offer services to help families grieve for their departed senior loved ones. … Continue reading

Hospice Care for Dementia: When Is It Time?

Most families with no prior exposure to hospice care may not know that a patient does not need to have to a terminal diagnosis to be qualified for hospice care in San Antonio Texas or elsewhere, for that matter. Among the conditions that hospice care can be effective for include heart failure, COPD, amyotrophic lateral … Continue reading

Just a Distraction: Mental Pain Relief

Is it possible to get relief from pain without the usual medications? The answer can be “yes”— but with some background story. As your leading choice for senior care in San Antonio, Texas, we understand the importance of pain management. Our seniors should be given more time to enjoy themselves and their families and not … Continue reading

Understanding the Grieving Process

Grieving is not a one-time event that just passes. Grieving comes through different phases at different speeds for each individual. Grieving can be similarly painful but at the same time different for each person. Understanding grieving is the first step to help our loved ones and ourselves get into the healing stage. The more we … Continue reading

The Benefits of Pain Management Services

Pain management is one of the many different kinds of services you or a loved one can expect through our hospice care in San Antonio, Texas. This service can be used for a number of different purposes, such as reducing pain from a condition, treatment, or from other reasons. The main purpose of this service … Continue reading

Dementia Care: How Challenging Is End-of-Life Care?

When your family member is diagnosed with dementia, one of the things you will be informed with is that this illness is progressing. It means that as the years go by, their condition can get complicated. You might even need some help from providers of senior care in San Antonio, Texas when caring for your … Continue reading