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A Career Spent Serving Others, and Now Hospice is There for Him

For the better part of 30 years, Don Walsh worked as a friendly sleuth. That’s what good librarians do, after all. They discover things on behalf of others. Now, at
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Sooner Than Later: The Best Way to Support a Loved One With Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer’s disease. It takes lives and devastates loved ones. There is no cure. And predictions for the future aren’t promising, as the number of Americans expected to suffer from Alzheimer’s
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Hospice Uniquely Qualified to Assist Caregivers Belonging to “Sandwich Generation”

You feel like you’re in the middle of an old-fashioned taffy pull – being stretched at both ends and there’s no way out. Welcome to the “sandwich generation,” which finds
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You’ve Filed Your Taxes. Now Do Something Else Important For You and Your Loved Ones.

OK, you’ve made the mid-April tax deadline. Congrats. Now what? Here’s a thought: Get something arguably as important – or even more so – in order next. We’re talking about
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Music Therapists Strike a Loving Chord With Hospice Patients

You might say that for hospice music therapists like Roger Scott, they perform their work in the key of C, where the “C” translates to care, compassion and comfort. Along
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Home is Where the Heart is – and How That Heart is Cared for

Two sobering facts to consider: One, that heart-related disease is the leading cause of death among U.S. adults. And two, that hospice care is vastly underutilized by that very population.
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