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Some Signs Your Loved One Needs End-of-Life Care

Coming to terms that your loved one is going to need hospice care in San Antonio, Texas, is hard. No one wants to walk around with the knowledge that you’ll be saying goodbye to your loved one at any moment. For families caring for a loved one with a terminal illness, this is an inevitable … Continue reading

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

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

How Soon Should a Patient Ask for Palliative Care?

There is this misconception that seeking out hospice care in San Antonio, Texas for an ill patient means you’re preparing for that person to die soon. While ensuring end-of-life care is indeed one of the missions of hospice care services, it is not the only goal for these facilities. Simply put, palliative care means making … Continue reading

How to Deal With an Angry Patient

Anger is a common emotion. When our loved ones are angry, managing the situation can be frustrating. It is easy to return anger with anger. Unfortunately, this is not the best option. There are many reasons why your loved one is angry – especially when they are seriously ill. They must receive excellent hospice care … Continue reading